RUSSIAN LIPS TREATMENT
ADVANCED INJECTING TECHNIQUE
Advanced Aesthetics Injecting Technique... when we can achieve:
sharp and defined cupid’s bow
most desired heart shape
flat side profile
Russian Lip Technique is a method that contours the lips into a modest heart shape with increased volume near the center. It lifts the lip rather than adding volume, making it great for lip filler rookies or those looking for a natural look.
The Russian Lips technique accentuates the cupid's bow to resemble a heart shape by injecting additional volume and lift into the center part of the lips, while the sides still remain relatively in line with the face. The result is doll-like while still appearing naturally full and plump.
This ultimately gives a more structured and plump appearance to the lips.
Frequently asked questions
HOW LONG DO RESULTS LAST?
Results can typically last for up to 12 months. The longevity of the results depends on the amount and technique used, as well as the individual's lifestyle, as highly energetic lifestyles metabolise the product faster.
IS THERE ANY DOWNTIME?
There is no or minimal downtime with this procedure, with any minimal swelling or bruising settling within a few days.
HOW MUCH PRODUCT WILL I NEED?
At Aesthetiva we support the less is more approach, as we aim for elegant and natural results. We would only use up to 1ml per session to treat the lips.
WILL IT HURT?
A topical anaesthetic numbing cream will be applied to the lips before treatment. This will make the treatment more comfortable however you may still feel slight stinging during the procedure.
CAN I HAVE RUSSIAN LIPS FILLERS?
We will take a detailed medical history and an assessment of your needs and expectations to ensure this is an appropriate treatment for you.
Dermal fillers cannot be used in pregnant or breast feeding women.
Not suitable if you are currently taking certain medicines, particularly drugs that affect the immune system.
If you have previously experienced adverse reactions to dermal fillers or local anaesthetic.
Treatment is not recommended if you are suffering from any skin infection in or near the treatment area or are unwell in any way (even a cold).
Not suitable for patients with bleeding or scarring problems.
If you are taking any medicines which affect bleeding, such as aspirin or warfarin.
If you are currently or have recently completed a course of Roaccutane (acne treatment) in the last 18 months.