Lip blush treatment works by depositing organic pigment into the dermis of the skin, thereby creating fuller, more defined lips. But how long do these benefits last? How often should you top-up your lip blush treatment? And what’s the real difference between permanent and semi-permanent lipstick? Let’s explore.
Collagen Induction Therapy is one of our most sought-out treatments, but we’re going to level with you, it requires maintenance. While you will likely see improvements after just one session, if you want to keep your skin looking fresh, smooth and full, you’ll need to maintain regular sessions. But why is this? How many Collagen Induction Therapy sessions do you need?
For Collagen Induction Therapy to be truly successful, you’ll need to know what to expect. You’ll need to know how to protect your skin afterwards, and you’ll need to know all the dos and don’ts of microneedling treatments.
Lip Blush (also known as Lip Tattoo or Permanent Lipstick) is a professional cosmetic and aesthetic procedure that uses a machine similar to a tattoo machine to implant colour pigment (of the client’s choice) into the dermis of the lips, resulting in fuller and more defined looking lips.
So you’ve invested time in choosing an SPMU therapist and money in your procedure – you don’t want to waste the results! If you look after them well then the results will last a long time, saving you time and money in the long run as you won’t require top ups and colour boosts so often.
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