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‘Lip Filler’ is one of the most Googled beauty search terms in the UK. It’s a safe bet then that a lot of you are at the very least a little curious…

Yes, lip fillers have a bit of a bad rep. But, that’s mostly down to a handful of celebrities that have taken their lip size beyond what anyone could possibly consider ‘natural’. Thanks goodness that the treatments have advanced.  Silicon-injections are now largely a thing of the past here in the UK. Hurrah!

Today’s sophisticated fillers are made of Hyaluronic Acid (or HA) – a substance that’s found naturally in the body. It’s a pretty useful beauty ingredient because it’s able to hold up to 1,000 times its own weight in water. This is the reason why you’ll find it all over the packaging of premium skincare products. In a cream it can only do so much because it can’t penetrate the outer layers of your skin to reach a depth where it can have an instant and noticeable impact. That’s where the needle comes in. We need to get this good-stuff further into the skin.

Here at Doctors’ Laser Clinic we use award winning Belotero HA fillers. We chose this product because it integrates so easily with your own skin-tissue. It really is the best around. The aim with our lip-treatment is for a natural looking enhancement. The results are instant and your skin will look and feel beautifully natural as soon as you leave the clinic.

The treatment will make you lips look fuller and better defined and also eliminate fine-lines. It’s long-lasting treatment, but it’s not permanent as the Hyaluronic Acid gets naturally absorbed back into the body. Most of our clients continue to show visible improvements for at least 9 months after treatment. Many opt for follow-up treatments every 6-12 months to maintain optimum kiss-abilty.

So what are you waiting for? Book in for an individual consultation and let’s get your lips ready for some serious romance.  Call us at 01603 360360 or email

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*Results and patient experience may vary. These are dependent on a number of factors such as age, medical history and lifestyle.