Who doesn’t love a sexy pout? With the emergence of luscious lips like Kylie Jenners, young women everywhere are doing everything possible to create a plumper pout. Avoid the YouTube tricks of sucking on a bottle and lip glosses that claim to plump up your lips in minutes, and opt for a filler that will give you the results you deserve.
Two of the most popular lip fillers on the market are Juvederm and Restylane. Both fillers will provide you with the perfect pout, are composed of hyaluronic acid (a substance to help plump the lips from the inside out), and both are approved by the FDA, so how can you decide which filler is right for you? Read on to learn more.
Because Juvederm contains 35 percent more cross-linked hyaluronic acid than Restylane, your results will typically last longer, leaving you out of the doctors chair and doing things you love instead. However, due to its ingredientes, Juvederm has a more granular texture than its counterpart.
Many doctors prefer Restylane to Juvederm just because of it’s consistency. Due to its gel-like consistency, restylane can provide individuals with smoother and more natural lips than other fillers. However, as mentioned above, Restylane doesn’t last as long as Juvederm.
How Fillers Work
Both Juvederm and Restylane contain hyaluronic acid which binds with water and fills out wrinkles from the inside. When injected into both the upper, lower, and outside portions of the mouth, the hyaluronic acid helps to plump up your lips, giving you a fuller pout and sexier overall look. If you’re opting for a more subtle and natural look, make sure to tell your doctor to only inject small portions throughout your mouth–you can always go back in for more injections at a later time.
Choosing between Juvederm and Restylane is a decision that you and your doctor are going to have to make together. Whether you prefer the overall look and texture of your lips or the longevity of the procedure, you really can’t go wrong with choosing one of these fillers.
To learn more about these fillers or to schedule an appointment with one of our doctors today, contact our office!