Achieve Fuller, more Youthful Lips that let your Smile shine through

As we age, our lips can lose volume and elasticity, leaving us feeling self-conscious when it comes our smiles. Fortunately, there are effective treatments available to help restore your lips’ youthful appearance. In this blog post, I will explore both clinic treatments and at-home solutions that can help improve the look and feel of your lips. Whether you’re a busy professional or juggling multiple responsibilities, don’t worry – I have solutions tailored to fit into your lifestyle.

Rejuvenation Through Clinic Treatments: Clinic treatments offer a range of options to enhance the natural beauty of your lips. At TD Aesthetics, I specialise in dermal fillers, skin booster injections, and microneedling, which can significantly improve the skin’s elasticity, resilience, and volume. Carefully administered fillers can restore lost volume, while skin booster injections stimulate collagen production, resulting in plumper lips. Microneedling, on the other hand, boosts blood circulation and enhances the absorption of topical treatments, helping your lips stay hydrated and youthful.

Now, you might be wondering if these treatments will leave you looking unnatural or plastic. Rest assured, my aim is to create natural-looking results that enhance your features, not alter them. As a qualified nurse prescriber, I maintain the highest standards of safety and precision, ensuring that you achieve the results you desire.

Taking Care of Your Lips at Home: While clinic treatments are highly effective, it’s important to complement them with a good lip care routine at home. Here are a few practical tips and products to consider:

  1. Hydration is Key. Proper hydration is essential for plump, healthy lips. Make sure to drink plenty of water throughout the day and consider using a humidifier in dry environments. Not only is water good for your internal and overall health, drinking enough fluids is a step to better skin – and lip – health.
  2. SPF is for Lips too. Lips are just as susceptible to sunburn as the rest of your body. In fact, because they don’t produce melanin pigment, they are more likely to burn if unprotected. Remember to regularly apply a sun-protective lip balm, lipstick with SPF or other lip protecting product daily. Albus and Flora lip balms, available in clinic and at, are formulated with nourishing ingredients and offer broad-spectrum sun protection. Remember that matte lipsticks can also be very drying, so perhaps use a hydrating lip balm underneath.
  3. Shed Dead Skin with Gentle Exfoliation. Incorporate gentle exfoliation into your weekly routine to remove dry skin. Just like the rest of your skin, lips love a good exfoliation. You can buy lip exfoliators with fruit-acid-based alpha or beta hydroxy acids that rejuvenate lips by sloughing away the dead skin. As with any type of facial and body exfoliation, you really only need to exfoliate your lips once every week. Alumier’s Microderm polish, available in clinic and at, is a fantastic option for revealing softer, smoother lips without causing irritation.
  4. Stop Licking your Lips. Yes, I know it’s a habit but constantly licking and moistening your lips can actually dry them out. If you’re tempted to moisten your lips with your tongue, stop and apply a hydrating lip balm instead. Try soothing ingredients like shea butter, beeswax, and vitamin E, or you could even use petroleum jelly.

Even with the best will in the world, you can sometimes have problems with your lips that don’t seem to go away. Here’s how to fix common lip problems:

1.    Splits in the Corners of the Mouth

This can be down to lack of hydration, so if it’s a common problem, keep your lips well hydrated with a moisturising lip balm. You could also apply a very tiny amount of over-the-counter hydrocortisone cream to the cracked corners. If the problem persists, see a medical professional for advice.

2.    Peeling Lips 

Often caused by an allergic reaction, your lips might be making a point about a new lipstick, toothpaste, food, or medication you’re taking. For example, if you’ve recently started using Accutane, you might find that it really dries out your lips. Talk to me about your symptoms. I could help with a mild topical hydrocortisone cream to help decrease the irritation. Also, stop using the product or eating the food that caused the reaction.

Testimonials and Success Stories. At TD Aesthetics, I am committed to providing exceptional service and delivering outstanding results. Here is what some of my satisfied clients have to say:

  • “Tawa’s expertise and friendly consultation put me at ease. The lip filler treatment she recommended was just what I needed to regain my confidence.” – Sarah H.
  • “I was worried about looking unnatural, but Tawa’s approach ensured that my lips look plump and yet completely natural. I couldn’t be happier!” – Lisa M.

Book Your Appointment Today. If you’re ready to enhance the natural beauty of your lips and achieve a more youthful smile, book your appointment with me at TD Aesthetics using the link below:

Don’t let thinning lips hold you back from radiating confidence. Discover the transformative possibilities of clinic treatments and elevate your lip care routine today. I look forward to helping you achieve the fuller, more natural-looking lips you deserve.

Remember, I’m here to guide you every step of the way. Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns you may have.

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