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YOUR LIPS ARE UNIQUE
DO THEY REFLECT THE INNER YOU?
GIVE YOUR LIPS THE IDENTITY THEY DESERVE !
We all dream of having perfect lips that reflect our personality. Beautiful, well-shaped, soft, luscious, plumped, sophisticated, refreshed, kissable… all lips are unique!
Beautiful lips can give us that little boost of confidence.
However, some of us are not entirely happy with the shape of our lips. Too thin, too small, too flat… they’re rarely exactly the way we would like them to be!
REFLECT YOUR INNER SMILE
As we age, our lips change – they flatten, lose their volume and plumpness, and the contours become blurred. Often due to these changes, how we look on the outside does not reflect how we feel on the inside every time we look in the mirror.1,2
WHAT IS YOUR UNIQUE LIP IDENTITY ?
TEOXANE HAS THE PRODUCT TO MATCH YOUR LIPS
Every smile is unique, which is why TEOXANE has the solution to address your individual lip concerns with a range of dermal fillers and a cosmeceutical product suitable for different needs. Your practitioner will assess your smile and choose the perfectly matched product to achieve your desired outcome.
REFRESHED, REDESIGNED LIPS CAN GIVE YOU THAT EXTRA BOOST OF CONFIDENCE AND PUT THE RADIANCE BACK IN YOUR SMILE.
Whatever your age, your personality, or the result you are looking for, your practitioner will customize your treatment and choose the best hyaluronic acid (HA) gels to enhance your smile area, such as the vermillion border, Cupid’s bow, barcode lines, upper lip wrinkles and philtrum. In addition, our latest [3D]Lip will maintain your smile with a plumping, hydrating and nourishing effect.
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1. Weinkle S. Injection techniques for revolumization of the perioral region with hyaluronic acid. J Drugs Dermatol. 2010;9(4):367-71.
2. Michaud T, et al. Facial dynamics and emotional expressions in facial aging treatments. J Cosmet Dermatol. 2015;14(1):9-21.