Plumper lips are in. And so are many products that claim to make them look fuller, redder and more voluptuous. These cosmetics work in different ways to achieve the same result - making lips appear fuller and more luscious. There are many different types of lip plumpers on the market, some are temporary, lasting only a few minutes, others need to be reapplied frequently over a period of time, while still others have long-lasting effects. Most plumper lip products use one or more of these three ingredients to achieve their desired effect. Let’s take a look at what they all do.
Glycerin is a colorless, odorless, viscous liquid that's also called glycerol. It's obtained from fats (and is also present in blood and tissue). It is a humectant that can draw moisture from the air and hold it against the skin. Glycerin can be found in many moisturizers, lip balms, and even lip plumpers. It's a natural ingredient and is considered safe for use. So what's the point of glycerin? Well, glycerin is an emollient and acts as an emulsifier to bind water and oil together. If a lip-plumping product contains glycerin, it will probably help to draw moisture to the lips, making them softer and ultimately causing them to swell. Glycerin swells the lips when it's applied because it can draw moisture and water to the lips. And since it's already a liquid, it's able to penetrate the lips and make them swell up. And because it's a water-soluble compound, it will get flushed out of the lips (along with the water) once it dries out.
Shea butter is a plant-derived substance that's extracted from the nut of the African Karite tree. It's a very common ingredient in skincare and beauty products. It is a natural emollient that's used as both an ingredient in skincare and as a moisturizer, and it is a rich source of vitamins and minerals that are very beneficial for the skin. Most lip-plumping products contain shea butter because it's a natural emollient that can help lips look fuller, smoother, and more moisturized. So, the lips will look and feel more plump, shiny and healthy when using products that are enriched with shea butter. That's because shea butter is an effective moisturizer that provides nourishment to dry lips and makes them look fuller. This makes it a good ingredient for lip plumpers. The only drawback is that shea butter takes a few minutes to work.
This is a naturally occurring protein found in skin, hair and nails. It is commonly found in skincare products and is said to be especially helpful for aging skin. Collagen is mainly responsible for keeping the skin plump and youthful. In lip-plumping products, collagen is often combined with other ingredients, such as vitamin E, to enhance its effectiveness. The combination of these ingredients has been proven to increase collagen production and improve elasticity. According to studies, collagen in lip-plumping products is able to increase lip volume by up to 50%. It works by increasing the production of collagen and elastin. It also helps with lip hydration and improves the skin's overall texture.
Vitamin B and E
Vitamins B and E are ingredients that are commonly used in lip plumpers. Vitamin B, also known as Biotin, is a water-soluble vitamin that's naturally found in some foods, such as yogurt and certain vegetables. Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that is found in various skincare products and moisturizers. Vitamin B increases the amount of collagen in the lips, which makes them plump. Vitamin E works as an antioxidant, which means that it destroys harmful free radicals in the body, and prevents premature aging. Both vitamins are water-soluble compounds, which means that they are easily dissolved in water, and therefore can easily be flushed out of the body. That's why these ingredients don't last long, and you have to reapply them frequently to maintain the desired effect.
These are tiny pieces of surgical gauze that are used to remove fat during liposuction procedures. They are usually added to lip-plumping products because they have been proven to be very effective in lip augmentation. The lip-plumping product that contains liposuction particles works by expanding the lips temporarily, while the surgical gauze remains lodged in the lips. After a few hours, the surgical gauze swells up, causing the lips to swell even more. The good thing about these lip-plumping materials is that they are completely natural, and therefore completely safe to use. The negative thing about them is that they are quite messy to use.
Fillers: Synthol and collagen
This is the most effective way to plump the lips. It's also the most expensive and has the longest recovery time. The collagen used in this treatment is like the type found in skincare products. However, it's been specially treated to make it more potent for use in the lips. Synthol is a synthetic liquid that's injected into the lips to make them look bigger. It's a non-medical product that's used by bodybuilders to increase their muscles. It works by increasing the volume of the lips, which makes them fuller and more luscious.
Cosmetics that plump the lips are a great way to make your lips look fuller, but they should be used sparingly. Some of the ingredients used in lip plumpers can be harmful if used too often. Use lip plumpers sparingly, and choose products that contain natural ingredients. Be careful not to overdo it, as you can end up with lips that look too big.