Restylane® for Lip Enhancement on Maui From Dermatologist Micki Ly M.D.


"I disliked the fine lines around my lips (medical term: perioral wrinkles) and decided it was time to get rid of them, knowing that injections of a hyaluronic acid filler such as Restylane can plump up fine lines with a risk only of minimal bruising."

Before treatment

After 2.6 mL of Restylane
(including initial and touch-up treatments)
Individual results may vary

Before treatment

After 3.4 mL of Restylane
(including initial and touch-up treatments)
Individual results may vary

Before treatment

After 2.7 mL of Restylane
(including initial and touch-up treatments)
Individual results may vary

Beautiful lips that last long after your lipstick is gone

Restylane is one investment in beauty that you don't wash off your face every night—so lips look great 24/7 for up to six months. Restylane provides the fullness and definition you can't get with lipstick or other cosmetics. In fact, just one treatment gives you beautiful, natural-looking lips for as long as six months.

Restylane, the first and only FDA-approved dermal filler for lips in patients over 21 years

And that's great news—because who doesn't want beautiful lips? After all, lips play a central role in our sensual and emotional life—think attractive, youthful, kissable.

So it's only natural with all this focus on lips, that lipstick is one of the most-purchased cosmetics. It's also natural to want to enhance the appearance of our lips if we feel that their shape or proportions are not well matched to our unique facial structure. Plus, as we age, our lips may lose volume. And using makeup to hide these flaws often has limited results.

This may be the right time to consider a professional treatment with Restylane from Dr. Micki Ly at Aloha Dermatology and Laser Center on Maui—you'll get lips that say "you"—beautiful, natural looking, and just the way you want them. Ask Dr. Ly if Restylane is right for you.

After treatment, you might have some swelling, redness, pain, bruising, or tenderness. These are typically mild in severity and normally last less than14 days in lips. Swelling may be more likely in patients under 36 years, and bruising may be more likely in patients over 35 years.