Celebrities with lip fillers
Fillers are everywhere these days. Thanks to celebrities, dermal fillers have been normalised and popularised over the years. Read on here to discover which celebrities have had fillers. Fillers are everywhere these days, and it’s thanks to our favourite celebrities. This aesthetic procedure has been normalised and popularised over the past few years.
Celebrities with lip fillers
Fillers are everywhere these days. Thanks to celebrities, dermal fillers have been normalised and popularised over the years. Read on here to discover which celebrities have had fillers. Fillers are everywhere these days, and it’s thanks to our favourite celebrities this aesthetic procedure has been normalised and popularised over the past few years.
It used to be that everyone was embarrassed to admit they’d had fillers done. However, now people are posting everywhere about their new look!
For many of us, it is reassuring to know that some of the most beautiful people in the world could achieve their faces through aesthetic fillers. And, what’s more, this ever-growing aesthetic treatment is accessible to anyone who would like to enhance their appearance, not just celebrities.
This week, we are putting together a list of celebrities who have admitted to having filler treatments. And, more importantly, are not embarrassed to speak about the work they’ve done. The aim of this post is not to call out celebrities who have received fillers. Instead, it is to praise them for speaking out and not selling a false promise of an ‘unachievable natural aesthetic.’
Celebrities with lip fillers
Having facials, aesthetic treatments, or cosmetic procedures is never something to be ashamed of. However, nothing is more damaging than those that lie about the work they’ve undergone.
Models and celebrities who claim to naturally have fuller lips and sultry fox-eye faces can seriously damage the mental health and self-esteem of people worldwide.
At Aesthetics of The Royal Liver Building, we are proud of our work and love making our visitors feel happier and more confident. That’s why we want to help normalise speaking about undergoing aesthetic procedures!
Why are fillers so popular these days?
People believe filling treatments are comparable to getting your hair or nails done. People have started incorporating fillers into their regular routines. As a top-up for special occasions and maintaining their preferred appearance all year round. Fillers were once deemed a secret celebrity treatment that only the mega-rich could access. However, now, fillers are an affordable practice that most people can acquire.
Moreover, they are easily incorporated into a routine.
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The perks of fillers, besides their accessibility, are also how quick and easy the procedures are. Clients will see the results immediately after only a 30-minute appointment. Meaning that even those with the most hectic lifestyles have time to squeeze in a last-minute session. Of course, the overall treatment time will vary from patient to patient. But an instant difference is guaranteed.
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Furthermore, the more celebrities admit to using fillers to achieve their aesthetic goals, the more people will gain realistic expectations regarding facial aesthetics. So much so that fillers have dramatically increased in popularity. The American Society for aesthetic plastic has seen a 40.6% increase in fillers over the last five years.
Additionally, a survey by VICE UK found that 68% knew one or more people from their friendship group. It had fillers already had one of these cosmetic procedures. This is all thanks to the open conversations about filler and ending the stigma toward them.
So how do fillers work?
Dermal fillers contain hyaluronic acid –an ingredient found in all living organisms and the key to achieving a youthful complexion. A dermal filler procedure aims to boost the skin’s supply of hyaluronic acid. Which instantly reduces the appearance of wrinkles and adds volume to the skin.
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As we age, we lose volume as we produce less collagen. Collagen is the protein responsible for creating a plump, youthful appearance. Therefore, as our collagen levels reduce with age, the skin begins to sag and loses its firm integrity. Dermal fillers are amedical gradesoft gel directly injected into the skin to hydrate and fill the sagging skin. Resulting in a sculpted, youthful appearance. Here at Aesthetics of The Royal Liver Building we offer a vast range of Filler Treatments. All performed in our brand-new State of The Art Medical Suites by our expert medical team. None of our team members are non-medical and we are fully CQC registered.
Which celebrities have been open about using fillers?
Which celebrities have
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One of the most open celebrities to admit work being done, Kim has recently changed her tune. From having undergone x-rays to prove she had not received BBL (buttock augmentation) to now posting Instagram posts with her doctor’s details tagged. Kim is one of the more significant advocates for owning up to receiving dermal fillers. Whilst Kim is considered one of the most beautiful and popular women on the planet. It’s nice to know that, just like us, she felt she needed a bit of extra help from a doctor to get her there.
Love Island star and girl boss of the UK, Molly-Mae, inspires lots of people across the country. However, when Molly-Mae took her fillers too far. She decided to get them dissolved and go for a more natural look. In a recent podcast, Molly-Mae revealed all about her success. She went into detail about how much she loved receiving filler and how even though hers have been dissolved. It by no means takes away how much she loved them.
At Aesthetics of The Royal Liver Building, we respect Molly-Mae’s decision to dissolve her excessive use of fillers. Here, we believe less is more and we do not advocate overfilling with dermal fillers. We believe they should be used to enhance a client’s beauty and natural features rather than attempting to change their face.
Olivia Coleman - Lip Filler Liverpool
British Actress Olivia Coleman admitted to The Sunday Times about having filler, which Olivia admitted that (she) ‘loved them too!
Kylie first received suspicions of lip fillers back in 2016. She would be extremely anxious about people bringing it up during interviews. However, thanks to the shifting attitudes toward receiving fillers, Kylie admits to having her lips done and being open to other surgeries.
Cardi admits to having undergone fillers in her twenties as she felt self-conscious about her appearance while working as a strip club dancer. Cardi also isn’t afraid to admit she underwent a ‘mommy-makeover’ after giving birth – go, Cardi!
The American Actress admits to “having it all”, and we love her open attitude to what she’s received and shared with the public about her journey with fillers.
We could go on and on for endless pages about celebrities who have undergone filler. So instead, we’ve just given a brief snapshot of the celebs we know and love who have openly discussed the filler and procedures they have undergone.
We imagine that, like us, this doesn’t alter your opinion of the above celebrities; instead, it normalises the concept of undergoing a cosmetic procedure such as Dermal filler. The list of celebrities above may have even inspired you to speak out about your experiences with Dermal filler, or perhaps you want to try it out for yourself.
AESTHETICS OF THE ROYAL LIVER BUILDING & CELEBRITY FILLERS LIVERPOOL
At Aesthetics of The Royal Liver Building, we are proud to offer an extensive range of filler treatments at our Ultra-Modern Liverpool clinic. From cheek filler, lip filler, chin filler and jaw filler, as well as tear-through treatments and filler for volume loss and temples. If you would like to know more about our vast range of fillers, please head to our website, browse our treatments, and book in for your consultation.
Our Expert Team of Medical Staff look forward to hearing from you and it would be our pleasure to welcome you.