Want the kind of fill, lush lips that will make you look like you walked straight off of a cover of a magazine?
You’re not alone. Millions of Americans are fascinated with bigger lips, thanks in part to social media and celebrity makeup products (Kylie Jenner lip kits, anyone?). That’s why we’re excited to announce that Juvederm Volbella XC – a new lip augmentation injection – is now available at Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa in Pewaukee, WI.
What Is Volbella?
Volbella uses the power of hyaluronic acid to temporarily augment and smooth out the lips. Volbella is perfect for candidates with smoker’s lines around the mouth, as well as clients who want the appearance of fuller lips.
Volbella uses a thinner hyaluronic acid gel to produce these effects, which helps plump up the appearance of lips while maintaining a more natural look and feel. This lip augmentation injection also contains Juvederm’s proprietary Vycross technology, which helps thin out the gel without compromising on its volumizing effects.
Is Volbella Permanent or Not?
Volbella is not permanent, although it is the longest-lasing lip augmentation injection on the market today. Clinical trials have shown that the effects of Volbella can last for up to twelve months.
Volbella injections take just minutes to administer; side effects are minimal, and typically include temporary swelling and minor bruising.
Volbella at Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa
Get the volumized, younger-looking lips you’ve always wanted. To learn more about Volbella injections, schedule a consultation with board-certified surgeon Dr. Deborah Manjoney at Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa in Pewaukee, WI. Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa serves the greater Milwaukee metro area.
Dr. Deborah Manjoney is a board-certified surgeon and physician with extensive training, including cardiothoracic surgery. She founded the Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa in 2002, where she specializes in vein treatments and minimally invasive aesthetic procedures. Dr. Manjoney is nationally recognized, having spoken at conferences, received awards, and contributed to medical publications.