Lip enlargement at the clinic of aesthetic medicine Carpe Diem Warsaw

Hyaluronic acid is an increasingly popular preparation for enlarging lips, filling wrinkles or shaping the cheeks. This is not a name for a mysterious compound, but a component that naturally occurs in the skin. It is a polysaccharide, a complex sugar, responsible for water binding. He is responsible for maintaining the proper level of skin hydration and firmness. Protects the skin against loss of water and fight against free radicals, which are responsible for the premature death of cells. It is he who provides protection against frost, strong wind or sun. Over time, however, the amount of hyaluronic acid decreases, resulting in dry skin, wrinkles, and loss of cheeks and lips.

Action and description of the treatment

The advantage of hyaluronic acid is that it is almost painless and fast - it takes about 30 minutes. Properly selected technique and amount of preparation allows to achieve a subtle and natural effect. The mouth can be filled by increasing its volume as well as applying a preparation that only moisturizes. It is also possible to select the tool by which the treatment will be performed. If the patient is very sensitive to pain, it is advisable to use a cannula that reduces discomfort to the treatment. At the same time you can use an anesthetic preparation - everything to make the patient feel as comfortable as possible.


Hyaluronic acid used in aesthetic medicine is a preparation for smoothing wrinkles or enlarging lips. Treatments with this acid make the skin surface smooth and color. We can increase its volume, shape the shape and emphasize the outline of the mouth.


  • pregnancy and lactation
  • Active cancer disease process
  • Decadent diabetes
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid
  • Tendency to keloid formation
  • Inflammatory skin lesions, infections
  • Use of permanent fillers
  • Taking anti-inflammatory and anticoagulants

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