Are you looking for a subtle plump? Natural-looking, supple and pillowy – that’s our signature Plump Lips.

In under 30 minutes you can achieve softer, fuller lips. Or add just a touch of volume in the lip border to give a more sculpted look. Lip Fillers are a dermal filler treatment which is injected into the lip, enhancing their appearance. Fillers can be used regardless of whether a subtle or noticeable lip enhancement is desired.



  • Restore or add fullness to the lips
  • Smooth away fine lines, lip lines or folds around the mouth
  • Correct asymmetries and restore balance to the lips
  • Soften fine lines and wrinkles around the lips
  • Add shape and volume to naturally thin lips
  • Smoothing out ‘Lipstick Lines’ or ‘Smokers Lines’ around the mouth, as well as other areas on the face.


The dermal filler gel softly integrates into the sensitive lip tissue and has been proven to cause little swelling and can give you natural-looking results. Results can last up to 6-9 months before a ‘top-up’ treatment is required. For a more comfortable treatment, lip fillers contain a local anesthetic.

Ready to get started?

For a complimentary consultation, or to book in for a treatment, call SKYN 08 9389 9022 or request an appointment online.

TREATMENT TIME: 45-60 mins

Before and After Lip Fillers

Nurse Emily injecting dermal fillers

Friendly, young, sexy, stern, open, angry – it’s amazing that our lips send messages about us without ever saying a word.

Just think about how you perceive someone with tightly drawn, thin lips? Or someone with a full, soft, pillowy mouth? Just look at the millions of dollars spent each year on lip glosses, enhancers, and other products created to give the illusion of a plumper pout and it’s clear to see that when we think of a beautiful, youthful smile, we think of full, soft, smooth lips.

Attaining that defined, sensuous look is often a matter of genetics. But even if you’re lucky enough to be born with the perfect pout, the aging process can take its toll, causing lips to recede and thin over time. That’s because the lips are actually one of the first places on your face to age. Like the neck, they’re an extremely delicate part of the body. The lip area’s thin outer layer only gets thinner as we lose collagen with age. Plus, with levels of oil and water, our body’s natural lip balm are reduced over time, leaving lips susceptible to dryness and wrinkling.

Facial expression can also play a role. Every time we smile, frown, pout or pucker our lips, we move our facial muscles in a way that can result in lines. Smoking and even drinking from a straw or bottle causes us to move our lips in a way that can lead to excess lip lines and wrinkles

If you are concerned about the look of your lips, or would just like to add some volume we can provide you with various lip enhancement options by injecting Dermal Fillers into the lips to instantly create a fuller, more symmetrical mouth. It’s also used to fill the lines around the lips that cause lipstick to bleed and make us look older.

FAQ's on SKYN's Lip Fillers

We aim to empower and inspire your aesthetic journey, with qualified experienced Talent, superior client care and treatments that embody excellence. At SKYN, Safety and quality come first.

Our Talent will invest time in your face-to-face consultation, noting your medical history, to ensure you receive the correct treatment for your individual needs. They will give you the information you need to make an informed decision.

Our Talent are registered members of associated regulatory bodies and regularly attend conferences and workshops, keeping up to date with the latest research, techniques, standards and policies. They are fully insured and committed to providing the best treatment.

There is no hard and fast rule with fillers, but results can last for several months depending on varied factors.

The dermal filler gel softly integrates into the sensitive lip tissue which lasts approximately 6-9 months before a ‘top-up’ treatment is required. This is highly dependent on the individual, and cases differ due to a wide range of factors. Some metabolise the product faster than others.

The product we use is TGA approved and will be administered by trained Talent.

Reactions such as swelling, irritation, redness or bruising are common. While side-effects are a rarity, there are risks involved. This demonstrates the importance of trusting your injector, and their legitimacy.

The procedure is quick and relatively painless. Some people feel a slight pinch with each injection, and your lips will probably feel tender afterward. Most of the hyaluronic acid fillers used contain an anesthetic called lidocaine, which minimises discomfort during injection.

About 20 minutes before, a topical anesthetic is applied to the lips to minimise discomfort.

After the injection ice can help with any swelling. Normal activity can be resumed immediately post-injection. Most people experience minimal bruising and redness.

It depends on the individual. Some may only want filler to restore symmetry, by adding just a touch. Or a subtle plump. Others desire a more noticeable enhancement.


0.5 – 1 ml should offer a subtle plump. If you don’t feel as if it’s enough, you can always go for a top up on your next session. Our Talent will work with you during your initial consultation to ensure you are meeting your goals.

We recommend allowing 48 hours before flying with fillers. There is literature to suggest that swelling and bruising can increase under an aircraft’s pressurised cabin. You will also have access to our Talent in the rare case of an adverse or allergic reaction.

If you’re prone to cold sores and are experiencing a flare up, you will need to wait until it has healed. Administering Lip Fillers during this time could cause the virus to spread, or distort the lip.

It is also advised that if you experience tinging, itching, burning or other symptoms to suggest a flare up may be coming within the 24 hours before your appointment you should also wait.

If you do not have an active cold sore you will not be prevented from recieving the treatment.

As soon as you are aware you are pregnant, you need to avoid all Dermal Fillers. You can read more about it here.

Avoid anything that could thin your blood ― like ibuprofen, aspirin or herbal supplements. These things can make it more likely to bruise. If you’re prone to cold sores, a lip filler could trigger one, so an antiviral medication is often prescribed a few days prior.

  • Smoking! It’s bad for skin in general, but it’s easiest to spot the havoc it wreaks around the mouth. Smokers have more (and deeper) lines and wrinkles around their lips than non-smokers.
  • Drinking regularly from straws or bottles. Puckering up adds up when it comes to lines and wrinkles.
  • Dark, matte lipstick. Lips look largest with a lighter, glossier, light-reflecting colour. Plus, dark colours will highlight any asymmetry in the lips.