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Anyone know a Lip Plumper that actually works?

  • tammy44
  • Indianapolis Indiana
  • 6 years ago

I bought a lip plumper for $30.00 from a popular cosmetic company and it was a total waste of money. Does anyone know a lip enhancer that really works?

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Vivite' is very good but expensive...supposed to apply 2 x /day! For an inexpensive brand try Sally Hansen's Lip Inflation Xtreme...but it's getting harder to find. I combine the 2 products for extra "milage"! Salley Hansen's lubricates my lips too...so I like that...good for dry weather. When I don't use them...it looks like I need to go get lip fillers injected...it's that effective!
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Try the "its secret" by kristina tuckute its a new one and so far the reviews seem to be very good..
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Though I didn't use lip plumpers, one of my friends used a lip plumper. She bought it from Angellift Cosmetic and it really worked well for her. The result made her felt confident. Earlier to using them, she had tried others and wasted a lot of money over them. She used this and was very satisfied with the result.
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I'd love to know this, too. I've tried City Lips and it didn't work worth a hill of beans.

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The only lived pumpers that I know are injectable fillers or permanent implants such as Perma. The patient has never had any lip augmentation, I usually start with injectable filler because you can adjust the size. Once you know what size patients are happy with, you can eventually insert the silicone implants which give the best result. They come in four different sizes.
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Hi Dr. Perlman. I have a question about getting lip implants. I live in San Antonio so there are two Dr.s that do the silicone implants. One is a certified PS the other is an MD and the medical director of the clinic. I had a consult with the MD but I was seen by her staff not her. I did see before and after pics that were great. I felt very comfortable and at ease but I'm skeptical of having her do the procedure. I haven't ever had fillers but have always wanted fuller lips mainly only the top lip. What are ur suggestions. Thanks in advance. Rocsi
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I usually have patients go with a filler first,to get a feel for what they're looking for in terms of size. The filler will last about nine months. Most permanent implants look and feel quite natural, but if you have any reservations, go with filler first
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Working of lip plumper is totally depend on its ingredients. You have to choose the best plumper that contains all essential ingredients. View this site for more information: http://www.consumerhealthdigest.com/lip-plumper
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I recently bought a 'lip pump' from thelipplumpingshop.com and in my opinion this is the only lip plumper that works. I have tried soooo many plumpers, but this one is my fav. The cheapest one is $50 but it is a plastic device, so u dont need to replace it because it never runs out, unlike a gloss, ive had mine for 2 years now and it still works.
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Oil of clove will pump up lips too as will eating a very hot pepper.
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I agree with the Vivite lip plumper statement by Dr Perlman. Patients seem to really like it. Most lip plumpers are subtle though..so dont expect world changes from it.
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Vivite is great!
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My patients and I love LipTox Lip Plumper.It doesn't have a tacky/sticky feel. Also, it doesn't taste bad, plumps the lips and keeps them pouty. It runs around $24. Enjoy! Sofia Rubbani, MD, FACS, ASLMS AACS NYU School of Medicine
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Vivite has a new lip plumper on the market. We have been giving it to patients is a promotion with Juvederm. I live in a humid climate so dry with us is not a problem here except in the wintertime. My patients have noticed a slight improvement since using Vivite Lip Plumper
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$30 is a bit of a shell-out for a lip plumper you're not satisfied with. While I'm sure I've got the same one you refer to, there are a couple of others that you might want to try. One is Bare Escentuals Buxom Lip. It runs about $18, and comes in a range of colors. This one seemed to work for me, but you'd have to try it yourself. Another, for much less, is Sally Hansen Lip Inflation and Lip Inflation Extreme. I haven't tried these, but the price is right and they're available at any local drug store. Good luck and let us know how you make out!
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I've been very pleased with Vivite' combined w/ Sally Hansen's Lip Inflation Xtreme...Sally Hansen's is good for protecting the lips in dry weather too & very reasonably priced..
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