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Lip Volumizers: How are they Used, and Which Ones are the Best?

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Lip volumizers: How are they used, and which ones are the best? – Surely you have realized that the mouths of the famous are no longer the same. Instead, most people’s lips look fuller and juicier. Some have opted for the Russian lip trend by injecting hyaluronic acid; others achieve this effect with an alternative that does not require needles, the lip plumper. Others are lucky that nature and genetics have left them with goddesses’ lips.

We can admit that the Kardashians have been perhaps the most influential in this regard. Especially one clan, Kylie Jenner. But other celebrities like Angelina Jolie have also set a milestone for wanting lips like hers. In Spain there are many who also boast of lips Georgina Rodríguez, Pilar Rubio, Vicky Martín Berrocal, Sara Carbonero…

Once again, the lips are the undisputed protagonists of our look to show off a good face. “There are as many lips as fingerprints,” says aesthetic doctor Alejandro Segarra. “And 95% of women are unhappy with some aspect of these,” according to aesthetic doctor Julián Bayón.

Too delicate, too small, too flat. We are rarely satisfied with the shape of our lips. Concerns vary by age. “For the youngest, between 20 and 35 years old, the main concern is the lack of volume. And from the age of 40, women focus on the absence of form, hydration and juiciness”, points out Dr Bayón.

Lip Volumizers – Lips natural effect, fashion

Regardless of age, naturalness is the main object of desire. “All lips are different, almost like a fingerprint. So doctors have the responsibility to beautify them without falling into artificial results. And for this, it is important to get the hyaluronic acid, the technique and the quantities right”, adds the aesthetic doctor Alejandro Segarra.

And, although a priori everything suggests that the mask impedes retouching, the data says that it has meant. Demand has increased by 20% this year of the pandemic. “The mask has encouraged those people who were afraid to touch up due to the inflammation and bruising left by the procedure,” says Dr Segarra.

One of the inconveniences of touching up a lip is the recovery period, which means being out of circulation for 48 hours or going through the trouble of having everyone ask you what you have done. «After the session, the lips are swollen, asymmetrical and with bruises. Something that perfectly hides the mask”, agrees on Dr Bayón.
However, there are less aggressive options, so lip plumpers are a hit on the market.

Lip Volumizers – The best lip plumpers

Lip Volumizers – Plumping Lip Oil from my Rebotica (19.90 euros)

Mi Rebotica’s Lip Oil has 93.54% ingredients of natural origin, such as plant active ingredients, natural oils and vitamin E, just what you need to make it an essential part of your facial routine. The Plumping or filler effect with a novel plant-derived active ingredient obtained from sesame seeds. It provides greater volume by increasing the accumulation of lipids in the fatty tissue of the lip.

Roselash, by Rosegold (27.90 euros)

Roselash is Rosegold’s lip serum, a balm composed of hyaluronic acid, natural ingredients and powerful active ingredients that offer fast and effective results. It repairs the lip and keeps it hydrated; it also provides volume to show off your lips on the outside.

Roselash by Rosegold

Camaleon volumizing gloss (€6.95)

Camaleon Cosmetics has launched its new plumpers, which leave behind the usual gloss to welcome a much more futuristic one to achieve nourished, voluminous lips with different finishes: from the typical glowy to vibrant colours or even metallic. These permanent lip glosses have a 3D effect, so thanks to them, they promise plump lips that will increase over time since they do not have immediate effect components such as pepper. Still, instead, it is a  treatment that increases its effectiveness with the uses.

The secret of these lipsticks consists of an active ingredient made up of a tripeptide and hyaluronic acid that moisturizes, softens and plumps the lips, improving their appearance and giving them a youthful touch. In addition, they do not contain parabens and are suitable for vegans and celiacs. Among its main ingredients are:

  • The tripeptide protects from external aggressions and prevents premature ageing.
  • Hyaluronic acid provides instant hydration and elasticity and produces a long-term volumizing effect.
  • Rosehip oil repairs the delicate skin of the lips.
  • Grape seed oil provides essential fatty acids to provide firmness and protection to the outermost layer of the lips.
  • And vitamin E, which prevents oxidation and moisturizes chapped lips.
  • Apply over regular lipstick or directly on lips. Transform your lipstick with a single swipe and give it a glossy finish. Let dry between coats. Repeat as many times as necessary. For a visual effect of more volume, apply to the centre of the lip.

Eye and Lip Contour Care, from LPG (€66)

With a soft, velvety and shiny texture, Soin Contour Yeux et Lèvres, by LPG, is used to ‘fill in’ the contour of the lips and the nasolabial folds. Its innovative patented applicator provides an immediate cold effect. Smoothes wrinkles and expression lines, intensely hydrates and firms, and sets makeup.

Catrice Lip Volumizers(4.59 euros, at Druni)

With a shimmering pink hue, the lip soufflé is lightweight and plumping. It also has a pleasant mint scent.

Nyx Professional Make Filler Instant de Nyx Professional Make up (6,90 €, en Drunk)

The Filler Instinct Volumizing Gloss contains Vanillyl Butyl Ether, a component that provides a slightly spicy tingling sensation thanks to the increase in volume .

Extreme Lips, de Carla Barber y You Are The Princess (19,95 euros)

Aesthetic doctor Carla Barber has her line of volumizing lipsticks alongside You Are The Princess ‘Extreme Lips’. It is a capsule collection of lipsticks, a practical option for plumping and volumizing effects without injections or surgery. Its active ingredients cause a controlled inflammation in the lips and stimulate the blood flow that generates that volume.

“You can apply a little to give your lips a juicy tone and volume or apply more and have a more intense pigment; I love the combination of several of the colours,” admits Barber.

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