Thin Lips

Why Are My Lips Thin?

While some people may have naturally thin lips, they can also be a sign of ageing or result from smoking. As you get older the collagen in your lips breaks down and the muscles tire, leaving your lips looking and feeling thinner. This can also lead to wrinkles around the lips.

Many people feel self-conscious about their lips - talking, eating, drinking; if you don't actually like the look of them, they're impossible to hide.

At sk:n we offer the most advanced technology and treatments to restore youthful, plumper lips, without the need for invasive surgery. We pride ourselves on achieving a no-trace face and offer a free consultation with a doctor or nurse, a highly personalised plan and post-treatment review.

The doctor at sk:n didn't just volumise my lips, he contoured them to achieve a perfect looking shape.

Treatments For Thin Lips

We offer a number of treatment options for thin lips. To choose the best plan for you for natural looking, yet noticeable results, we highly recommend you attend a free, no obligation consultation.

During your free consultation your medical practitioner might discuss:

Dermal Fillers

With near immediate results (they develop from 48 hours following treatment) lasting up to 12 months, treatment involves injecting a medically developed solution under the skin with a fine needle to plump and fill the lips. We use a solution called Juvéderm®, which contains Hyaluronic Acid to replace the naturally existing substance in your skin that repairs damaged tissue.



Sculptra™ is used to treat a range of skin concerns, including lack of volume and shallow to deep wrinkles and folds, such as smile, marionette and lipstick lines and those on the corners of the mouth. Administered correctly by a doctor it can subtly smooth, soften, contour and tone the skin, restore youthful plumpness, enhance and define your features. Sculptra™ contains Poly-L-Lactic Acid, which replaces lost collagen to help maintain the skin's elasticity.


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