Are you tired of trying every lip balm on the market, only to have cracked and chapped lips ten minutes later? Winter is tough on lips, and you need to know about a new treatment that will banish dryness for good!
Keeping your lips moisturized when it’s below zero outside can be tricky, and everyone knows how annoying it is to misplace your Chapstick every five minutes. HollywoodLife.com spoke to dermatologist Dr. Bruce Katz, the founder of Juva Skin Center in NYC, and he told us all about an amazing new lip treatment called Aphrodite that will counter the dry effects of winter. It’s used by Hollywood celebrities, and you’ll have moisturized, plump lips just like Kylie Jenner in no time!
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Everyone gets dry, flaky cracked lips in winter, and after a while, Vaseline or Chapstick just doesn’t cut it. “Chapped lips are not only annoying, they can be painful and unattractive,” Dr. Katz says. Here’s good news: his Aphrodite lip treatment uses cutting-edge technology to fix winter woes. The process is super simple: “We inject microdroplet injections of hyaluronic acid [also known as Restylane® Silk] which is a natural component in skin that breaks down over time and that’s why skin dries out,” Dr. Katz explains. “The injections rehydrate the lip tissue and stop the lips from being dry. It leaves lips nice and moist and full.” Amazing!
At $825 per session, Aphrodite lasts for about a year, and it’s the first treatment of its kind: “This is the first time we’re using hyaluronic acid to stop chapped lips,” Dr. Katz shares. It’s great for women of any age, and there’s no downtime or side effects. Dr. Katz uses numbing cream so you don’t feel a thing, and it takes just 20 minutes for the whole procedure! “The microdroplets allow for instant results,” Dr. Katz says. Plus, if you’re worried about wearing makeup, don’t: “You can wear lipstick 20 minutes later!”
HollywoodLifers, would you try the Aphrodite lip treatment? Let us know!