Lip Injections at
Cosmetica Med Spa

Lip Injections & Filler in Boca Raton, Florida

Pouty, pillowy, plump lips are all the rage right now — and few people are born with them. Lip injections and dermal fillers are safe, FDA-approved therapies that can change the size and shape of your lips. 

The aestheticians and specialists at Cosmetica offer same-day lip fillers in our Boca Raton, Florida, office. You choose the size and shape of your lips, and we get right to work. You’ll walk out of our office and into the Florida sunshine with the smile you’ve always wanted.

What Our Patients Say

“Cosmetica is the place to go to for your med spa needs. I was worried about having a procedure done and looked around. Cosmetica doctors took their time with me and made sure everything was done right and exactly how I wanted it. I feel great and look amazing. Thank you so much for this wonderful team. I highly recommend to everyone.”

Joy E.

“The services and customer service at Cosmetica is unlike any other! Their staff could not be any more friendly. From appointment scheduling to my visit everything went so smoothly. I would highly recommend to my friends and family. I’ll Be back for another treatment soon.”

Melissa S.

Types of Lip Filler Products Offered at Cosmetica Med Spa

At Cosmetica Med Spa, we offer these types of lip filler products:

Revanesse Versa

Revanesse Versa contains hyaluronic acid to smooth lines and wrinkles. Your Cosmetica aesthetician might use this product to ease frown or smile lines around your mouth, so your lips look plump and kissable.

Revanesse Lips

Revanesse Lips contain hyaluronic acid that attracts water from surrounding tissues to your lips. Lidocaine inside each dose eases discomfort, so you’ll feel nothing but beautiful when you leave the Boca Raton spa.

Restylane Kysse

Restylane Kysse is a lip filler known for adding both volume and color. The product was made just for lips, so you won’t experience any stiffness that could block your lip movement after your treatment at Cosmetica.

Juvéderm Ultra

Juvéderm Ultra is a dermal filler your Cosmetica technician uses to smooth fine lines and wrinkles around your mouth. A second injection can plump your lips and restore natural contours.

Juvéderm Ultra Plus XC

Juvéderm Ultra Plus XC is a thicker, more pillowy product designed for thin lips that need a lot of plumping. Your Cosmetica technician can use this product to ease frown lines and wrinkles too.

The Lip Filler Treatment Process at Cosmetica Med Spa

Fillers are considered a go-to hack for millennials and professionals who don’t want to spend days recovering from surgery. Devote a bit of time to your mouth at Cosmetica Med Spa, and you’ll emerge looking fresh and beautiful, not sore and bruised. 

Lip injections typically contain hyaluronic acid — a substance your body produces naturally. When it’s injected, water from nearby cells is attracted. As moisture rushes into your tissues, your lips plump. 

Cosmetica technicians know that your smile is as individual as your fingertip. You’ll decide how much you’d like your lips to change, and your technician will give you a mirror to check your appearance during the process. You can stop at the point you see the results you want. 

If you’re ever dissatisfied with your smile, reversing your lip filler is easy. One quick injection dissolves the hyaluronic acid, restoring your tissues to their natural state.

Lip Filler Results at Cosmetica Med Spa

Our patients love their lip filler results from Cosmetica Med Spa. 

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Benefits of Lip Injections

People often associate lip fillers with “sexier” smiles. But the benefits go much deeper. Lip injections can do the following:

  • Correct lip asymmetries
  • Reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles 
  • Define lip shape 
  • Add natural fullness

How Long Does Lip Filler Treatment Last?

Most dermal fillers are temporary, as they contain ingredients your body produces naturally. In time, your body reabsorbs your fillers, and your smile returns to its normal shape and size. Every product is different, but most wear off within a year.

Are Lip Injections Safe?

FDA-approved lip injections are tried, tested, and safe ways to improve your smile. You can come back for another injection at Cosmetica when the first wears off.

Frequently Asked Questions

These are some of the most frequently asked questions about getting lip injections in Boca Raton, Florida:

Are there side effects with lip fillers?

Some people experience swelling, bleeding, or tenderness around their lips after their treatments. These issues are normal, as the products are injected with needles. If you have any questions after your treatment, your team at Cosmetica is here to help.

How much do lip injections cost in Boca Raton, FL?

The average cost of lip enhancement nationwide is around $2,500. But your Boca Raton price can vary dramatically depending on the product you choose, how many syringes you need, and how long the process will take. Schedule a consultation with us, and we’ll give you more information.

Are all lip injection products the same?

No. Every product we use at Cosmetica is slightly different. We offer a wide range of solutions to help individuals get the look they want, and some need different products than others.

References +

FDA-Approved Dermal Fillers. (November 2020). U.S. Food and Drug Administration. 

Why Fillers Are the Go-To Beauty Hack for Millennials. (March 2019). BuzzFeed News.

Four Reasons a Person May Want Lip Filler. (September 2021). American Society of Plastic Surgeons.

Lip Enhancement: Associated Costs. The Aesthetic Society. 

Shaping Lips With Fillers. (July–September 2015). Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery.

Assessment of the Efficacy and Safety of Hyaluronic Acid Gel Injection in the Restoration of Fullness of the Upper Lips. (April–June 2017). Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery.

Hyaluronic Acid Is an Effective Dermal Filler for Lip Augmentation: A Meta-Analysis. (August 2021). Frontiers in Surgery.

Lip Lifting Efficacy of Hyaluronic Acid Filler Injections: A Quantitative Assessment Using 3-Dimensional Photography. (July 2022). Journal of Clinical Medicine.

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