PMD Kiss lip plumping system
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This compact device uses a pulsating vacuum to apply a suction force to your lips, which makes them swell. It’s like a kinder, electronic version of the shot-glass trick. (This trick — you can look it up online, though I wouldn’t recommend trying it — involves pushing your lips into an empty shot glass, then sucking out the air, creating a vacuum whose pressure causes your poor lips to swell in protest.) And if you apply the serum that comes with the device, it is meant to help hydrate the lips and boost their volume a bit, too, for two or three hours.
It’s a quick way to achieve fuller-looking lips without injections of filler. Daily use is meant to boost collagen production, to create plumper lips.
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Now this is a bit of fun. It’s a gadget to make your lips plumper – yes really – which it does with suction pressure – so if you like it’s a sophisticated version of the shot-glass trick (which is not a good idea). How it works is by applying targeted suction to whichever part of your lips you apply it to (see ‘How to Use’ for details). It takes a bit of getting used to; it feels strange rather than uncomfortable, and it does work – see the video – though it doesn’t last for very long. Your lips will be back to normal the morning after using it. The makers do say that if you use it every day, the results last longer, but I haven’t used it often enough to comment on that!
I like to follow it up with a hydrating lip serum, both to comfort the suctioned lip tissues, and to pack in more plumping moisture.
USPs *plumps lips *non surgical *instant lip boost
Apply the serum that comes with the device, then place the mouth of the device over the section of lip you’re working on, set it going to create the suction and give it 10-20 pulses on each chunk of lip. Move the device along to the next section of your lips, until you have treated the whole of your them.
If you’re feeling really dedicated, you can do this in two layers, working first around the edges of the lips, then moving onto the inner edges. You’ll need to experiment to see what works for you. Don’t get too enthusiastic and overdo it. I once managed to give myself a bruise with this by overusing it.
Giving your lips a quick, temporary, non-surgical boost.