What are “Flower Lips” and how do we create them with dermal fillers?
Here I will interview Dr Jing, one of the doctors at The Manse Clinic about the “flower lips” phenomenon. The Flower Lips concept started in the asian community, but like many other popular treatments from the asian community, we expect that over time it may spread to the western patient population.
“Flower lips” is our first post on this site in a series of injectable treatment strategies in the asian face.
What are Flower lips?
Where do you think the concept originated?
What is the best way to inject to achieve flower lips?
Do you love this lip filler aesthetic?
What is the difference between the lips that are popular for Chinese patients compared to lips that are popular for caucasians?
Is there a crossover? Something that Chinese and Caucasians like with lip fillers?
Have you performed a lot of “flower lip” treatments? Are they popular?
Is the flower lip procedure easy to perform for an injector?
They are in general easier to perform because the injector doesn’t need to fill the whole lip, and there is less chance of asymmetry or lumpiness because the idea is to create 3 lumps 🙂
Some girls blessed with nice voluminous lips may only ask for this to redefine their lips to make it more interesting and delicate looking.
At what age do Chinese women first start to request this filler technique?
from 18 and above
Thankyou, Dr Jing for our interview
If you would like to make an appointment for an assessment by Dr Jing or the other Manse Clinic doctors, please call 93315005
Flower lips, with a tubercle in the central upper lip and 2 on the pillows of the lower lip