How to Get the Most Out of Your Lip Fillers

  • Posted on: May 15 2018
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Facial FillerIn the world of plastic and cosmetic surgery, there are trends that come, trends that rarely go, and trends that are here to stay. If there’s one trend that Hollywood has recently made popular— thanks to celebrities like Kylie Jenner— it’s full lips. And because most people aren’t naturally born with full, sexy lips, that’s where lip fillers come into play.

Here at Sasson Plastic Surgery, we can accentuate your natural pout to give you the fuller, sexier lips you have always wanted with lip injections. By making strategic injections in and around your lips, we can help temporarily transform your look. To help you get even more out of your fillers, we have created a brief guide. Let’s take a closer look.


Nothing is worse than having new lips that are covered in dead, dry skin. To help get rid of that chapped skin, try using a gentle exfoliating lip scrub after your lips have healed from injections. By gently rubbing an all-natural sugar or salt scrub on your lips, you can get rid of the chapped skin in no time.


Just like your skin, your lips are just as susceptible to burning if you are spending a lot of time outside. Make sure to keep your newly plumped lips shielded from sunburns and wear a lip balm or lipstick that contains an SPF in it.


Even though matte lipsticks are particularly popular right now— they can also dry your lips out. To keep your sexy new pout looking fresh, make sure that you are keeping it moisturized throughout the day with an all-natural moisturizing lip balm.

Are you ready to take your appearance to the next step? Schedule a lip injection consultation with Dr. H. Sasson at our Great Neck office today.

Posted in: Facial Filler, Non-surgical Treatments

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