About Treatment For Reverse Lips™
It’s clear that in this beauty-competitive world we live in, women not born with plump lips are treated unfairly, perhaps even biased. Big lips are the craze of Hollywood. Yet, some women find themselves in a unique position of having a bigger top lip than bottom lip—Reverse Lips™.
Is having Reverse Lips™ necessarily a bad thing? “Watch out if your upper lip is filled larger than your lower lip— that means you’re someone who loves to create drama in relationships,” says Cosmopolitan, in reference to Chinese superstition. If you find yourself not loving the size of your lips, what can you do?
How Does Treatment For Reverse Lips™ Work?
By making a selection of hyaluronic fillers that suits your needs best, your Doctor will plump your lips. Conventionally, both lips are injected to desired firmness, resulting in a smoother look.
Reverse Lips™, as the name implies, reverses the lip sizes to give the conventional lip look. The bigger top lip no longer overshadows over the bottom lip. Now bottom lips bigger than top, both lips create a sensual, youthful look. Why are women searching for this treatment?
Is Treatment For Reverse Lips™ What I Need?
Though the unconventional look is available, Reverse Lips makes you stand out. It makes a bold statement that Hollywood loves. They crave it. Don’t believe it? Google search “Big Lips” and feast on the results. It’s no lie, treatment for Reverse Lips is sweeping the nation.
Results may vary for each person but the benefits are proven to last. You may want to re-touch at points to maintain an optimal improvement in your look. Because only you know what look is right look for you, it’s important to discuss treatment with Doctor Mirza. During a consultation, he can determine if treatment for Reverse Lips™ is right for you, and how much product is appropriate to enhance your look.
Are There Any Side Effects?
The most common side effects are redness, bruising, or swelling. These side effects generally last for a short time and are mild in nature. As with all procedures that involve an injection through the skin, there is a risk of infection.