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No Need to Pout About Thin Lips Anymore

Full lips have long been associated with beauty and youth. With age, however, the amount of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid in your lips begins to decrease-just like it does throughout the rest of your face. Your lips also lose water and oil, particularly if they've been overexposed to the sun, wind and other environmental elements. Because the surface skin layer (epidermis) of the lips is thin to begin with, your lips gradually "flatten," becoming much less full. The V-shaped "Cupid's bow" in the center of the upper lips flattens, and the corners of the mouth angle down. And as the skin ages around your lips, small wrinkles begin to form.

Returning Fullness

A variety of safe and effective injectable dermal fillers can restore fullness to your lips, enhance their contour, and give them re-definition. Some fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm contain hyaluronic acid; others, purified human or animal collagen. As for those vertical "smoker's wrinkles" around your mouth: they can also be treated with dermal fillers or with more aggressive treatments, such as laser therapies.

The Patients Guide® to Lip Injections

New dermal fillers come on the market almost every year. The trend has been toward ones that last more than a few months. Before you undergo any kind of lip enhancement procedure, you need to discuss your options thoroughly with a physician who is up to date on all the latest treatments. We've created this website to help you understand your choices and make an informed decision about how best to improve your skin's appearance, including that of your lips. The content here is edited and published by some of the leading cosmetic physicians in the world. As a Patient's GuideĀ® website, we're committed to the highest standards of medical accuracy and review. We hope this information is helpful, and we look forward to your feedback. Please do note that no website, advertising, or opinion can replace consultation with an expert physician. Before making any decision on treatment, it's advisable to speak with your doctor first.

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