Luscious Lips Scream Kiss Me

Written by Sher Matsen


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Artecoll is a synthetic material that plumps uprepparttar lips. It is synthetic so there is a higher risk of having an allergic reaction, however it lasts longer than collagen.

Autologen is an injection of your own collagen, extracted from another place on your body. There's no risk of allergic reaction. Results are temporary.

Collagen is extracted from cows and then injected into your lips. There is a risk of allergic reaction. Results are temporary lasting from 1 - 3 months.

Dermalogen is collagen extracted from deceased human donors. It's also called injectable Human Tissue Matrix. Also temporary.

Fascia injections use connective tissue harvested. Usually this tissue comes from your own body but it may come from a deceased human donor. It can be implanted surgically or injected. Lasts for about a year beforerepparttar 148526 body reabsorbs andrepparttar 148527 process needs to be done again.

Fat from your own thighs or abdomen can be injected into your lips. There is no risk of allergic reaction. You might be able to achieve permanent results.

HylaForm is a material created from natural body substances. There's no risk of infection, but you will need repeated treatments to maintainrepparttar 148528 result as it's only a temporary fix.

Restylane is a clear gel. It contains hyaluronic acid, which naturally occurs in humans, so there's little chance for an allergic reaction. It will last for about 6 months beforerepparttar 148529 body reabsorbs it.

3. There are also surgical options available that you can further investigate.

If your wish is for full luscious lipsrepparttar 148530 options are endless!



Copyright Sher Matsen, All Rights Reserved.

About the author: Sher has been serving customers for over 20 years, providing affordable estate jewelry, and a wealth of information on jewelry, fashion, designers, and beauty with on staff industry professionals. Please visit us at Estate Jewelry International.


Luscious Lips Scream Kiss Me

Written by Sher Matsen


Continued from page 1

Artecoll is a synthetic material that plumps uprepparttar lips. It is synthetic so there is a higher risk of having an allergic reaction, however it lasts longer than collagen.

Autologen is an injection of your own collagen, extracted from another place on your body. There's no risk of allergic reaction. Results are temporary.

Collagen is extracted from cows and then injected into your lips. There is a risk of allergic reaction. Results are temporary lasting from 1 - 3 months.

Dermalogen is collagen extracted from deceased human donors. It's also called injectable Human Tissue Matrix. Also temporary.

Fascia injections use connective tissue harvested. Usually this tissue comes from your own body but it may come from a deceased human donor. It can be implanted surgically or injected. Lasts for about a year beforerepparttar 148525 body reabsorbs andrepparttar 148526 process needs to be done again.

Fat from your own thighs or abdomen can be injected into your lips. There is no risk of allergic reaction. You might be able to achieve permanent results.

HylaForm is a material created from natural body substances. There's no risk of infection, but you will need repeated treatments to maintainrepparttar 148527 result as it's only a temporary fix.

Restylane is a clear gel. It contains hyaluronic acid, which naturally occurs in humans, so there's little chance for an allergic reaction. It will last for about 6 months beforerepparttar 148528 body reabsorbs it.

3. There are also surgical options available that you can further investigate.

If your wish is for full luscious lipsrepparttar 148529 options are endless!



Copyright Sher Matsen, All Rights Reserved.

About the author: Sher has been serving customers for over 20 years, providing affordable estate jewelry, and a wealth of information on jewelry, fashion, designers, and beauty with on staff industry professionals. Please visit us at Estate Jewelry International.


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