The Lip Flip
“She has those lips. Those lips that make strong men weak and wise men foolish” JMStorm
What is a lip flip?
A lip flip is a quick, in-office cosmetic procedure that lasts about 10 to 20 minutes. It involves the injection of a nuerotoxin into your Cupid’s bow, which is the middle of your upper lip, and into the corners of your mouth.
The injection temporarily relaxes the muscles around your lip. This causes the part of your upper lip that’s inside your mouth to “flip” upward and outward, giving your lip a fuller appearance.
Generally, the effects of the procedure last for 8 to 12 weeks. If you’re looking for a more permanent option, lip lifts or dermal lip fillers might be better for you.
It should take only around 10 minutes.
Following a lip flip, you’ll be able to resume most daily activities, though your upper lip may feel slightly numb and look swollen.
Lip flips are not permanent. Results last around 2 to 3 months. Once you start to notice that the effects are wearing off, you can choose to maintain your results by having additional injections.
What are the potential side effects?
Lip flips are generally considered a safe, low-risk procedure, especially because they use such a small amount of nuerotoxins. Minor bruising or swelling may occur at the injection site.
10 minutes - $200