The Importance of Keeping Your New Lips Moisturized

dry lipsWhen you look at images of the most beautiful women in the world— Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Lopez, and Cate Blanchett to name a few— they all have a few things in common, one of them being naturally full lips. However, if you weren’t born with naturally plump lips, Dr. Gregory Wiener can help. By using a dermal filler like Juvederm or Restylane, Dr. Wiener will be able to add more volume to your lips and may even be able to shape them. To maintain your luscious lips. However, it’s important that you keep your lips smooth and moisturized— especially during this time of year. Read on to learn more.

They Can Hurt

Cracked, dry lips are not only unappealing to look at but they are also extremely uncomfortable and even painful. During this time of year, it’s easy for your body to get dehydrated and your lips to crack, peel, and even bleed. To keep your newly plump lips in the best shape possible, try using a hydrating lip balm that contains ingredients like beeswax, coconut oil, and even petroleum jelly.

You Paid for Them

You paid good money to have your lips done by Dr. Gregory Wiener and the less you take care of your lips, the worse they will look. To maintain your results and get the most out of your newly plumped pout, make sure that you are using a moisturizing lip balm at least a few times a day. In fact, we encourage our patients to apply a lip balm to their lips after every meal and directly before bed every night.

They Will Look Better

Nothing is quite as unattractive as applying lipstick to dry lips that are starting to peel. To make sure your lips look in the best shape possible all the time, keep them constantly moisturized. The more moisturized they are, the smoother your lipstick will go on— which means that you will look on top of your game.

Having dry, cracked lips is awful— especially when you just got them done. By keeping them moisturized, you can feel more comfortable, get the most out of your money, and look more attractive. To learn more about dermal fillers, contact Dr. Gregory Wiener today!

 

 

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