Narrow or asymmetrical lips

Similarly to our fingerprints, our lips also have their individual appearance. The patterns of these wrinkles make the lips unique in every way. In individual cases, it can even be used as forensic evidence to help identify a person, which is called cheiloscopy.

Lips are the most sensitive part of our body, and unlike the skin on our face, lips are made up of only three to five layers of cells and have millions of nerve endings. Thin layers signify more evident blood flow in the lip area. Lips can also be the first indicator of sickness or cold. Their colour may change from red to blue or pale. Since there are no sweat glands in the lips, there is no mechanism to protect and care for the delicate skin of the lips. For this reason, it is no surprise that lips tend to dry out and become chapped more quickly. Lips also have a minimum amount of melanin, which makes them more UV sensitive. Using a lip balm or lipstick which contains SPF, will help protect your lips and keep your skin healthy.

Youth and sexiness are often associated with full lips. It has been proven that fuller lips improve the overall aesthetic appearance of the face, but it is often not known that aging and loss of collagen are often the reasons why lips become thinner and lose their volume and plumpness over time.

Despite the natural beauty of our lips, many women seek ways to make their lips a little fuller and voluptuous.

Luckily, there are several ways to make lips fuller and achieve the desired result:

  • Creative use of lipstick can quickly provide the desired effect. Using lipstick in a small colour variation can create a temporary illusion of perfection.
  • Topical creams enriched with hyaluronic acid are also an option for refreshed lips.
  • For a more permanent effect, however, lip filler injections, chemical exfoliation (Dubai Lips) and LipLase laser treatment come into play. Filler injections are one of the most popular procedures in our beauty clinic, ensuring a long-term volume-enhancing effect on the lips.