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Lip Enhancements

Lip Enhancement provides improved lip fullness to the body of the lips. Volume loss of the lips occurs naturally with time, and replacing this volume can result in more youthful looking lips. Here at Elements MediSpa we will be able to advise you on the appropriate treatment for the aesthetic outcome you are looking for.

Before having the treatment an anaesthetic is injected to numb the lips prior to lip enhancement and areas such as the vermilion border, the philtrum, cupids bow, and lip body can be enhanced. There may be some swelling and bruising after lip enhancement.

Lip Enhancements

Treatment Price
First Syringe £180 BUY NOW
Extra Syringe £150 BUY NOW

Frequently Asked Questions

Any volume that is added to the lip will tend to improve lines near the vermilion border (the border between the red and white skin of the lip).

Downtime after cosmetic procedures is usually a few hours to a day, depending on the specific procedure and areas treated. Office procedures are performed under local anaesthesia, if any anaesthesia is required. Most patients do not require any time off from work, and may even return to work on the same day

Lip augmentation treatments are relatively quick cosmetic procedures. The length of treatment may range from 15 minutes to an hour.

Most patients do not require any time off from work, and may even return to work on the same day. A longer period of recovery may be necessary for combined procedures.

How to Book

* Our reception team will be happy to make your appointment and answer any questions you may have.

* Your name, address, date of birth and telephone number is required at the time of booking.

* A £20 deposit is required to secure every appointment. Please see our cancellation policy.


Procedure Time

40-55 Minutes

Back to Work

Next Day


Topical Cream or Dental Block

Results Seen in




Duration of Results

6 Months

Potential Side Effects

Swelling Lasting 48-72 hours

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