Although lip fillers have become increasingly fashionable we believe the best results are the ones that are undetectable and leave you looking natural.
Through careful application of filler, we are able to shape, volumise, smooth, hydrate, as well as correct asymmetries in the lips.
Different lip fillers can achieve different results and every lip is unique, which is why our consultation process is so thorough, as they allow us to tailor our treatments to your individual needs.
Most types of dermal filler are composed of Hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid naturally exists within the skin and it’s what helps give the face volume, shape, hydration and elasticity.
Dermal fillers can be injected into the skin to add volume to areas of the face which have lost their support and can also be used for facial re-contouring to improve facial features and rebalance profiles.
As skin ages, our natural supply of hyaluronic acid, elastin and collagen, which helps shape and support the face, depletes. This loss of volume results in sagging skin and changes to facial contours.
Treatment is usually quick and the results are normally immediate.
At the Melissa Coupe Luxury Wellbeing Clinic, all advanced aesthetic treatments are carried out by experienced aesthetic doctors and dentists. Only the most premium products on the market are used. A thorough consultation is carried out before any treatment and only the most premium products on the market are used, to guarantee long-lasting, yet natural results.
We understand that every client is different, so we will always tailor treatments to meet individual concerns and to ensure optimal results.
We will always provide you with our professional opinion. Most importantly, we will realistically explain what you are likely to achieve from treatments, in terms of end results.
We do not carry out any treatments that we do not feel will benefit or deliver the specific results our client is looking for.
Please note: Prices vary for different regions of the face, depending on the area of the face being treated, the degree of correction required, desired results and therefore the amount of filler required.