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No-Needle Lip Plumper

No-needle lip plumper is a device for plumping up your lips temporarily without having injections. At the moment, you’ll only really find The Perk device being used, which was created to fill the gap between plumping lip gels and injectable lip fillers. Scroll down for all the FAQs about no-needle lip plumper.

Lip Perk 100

EXPECT TO PAY

£ 65

What is a no-needle lip plumper?

No-needle lip plumper is a device for plumping up your lips temporarily without having injections. At the moment, you’ll only really find The Perk device being used, which was created to fill the gap between plumping lip gels and injectable lip fillers.

How does no-needle lip plumper treatment work?

The Perk is a pen-like device, which attaches to a Hydrafacial machine. It works by giving the lips a thorough, mechanical exfoliation while at the same time soaking the newly scoured skin with a special solution of lip-plumping ingredients including peppermint oil and wheat proteins.

Does no-needle lip plumper treatment work?

Yes, this treatment works, but its effect lasts for only a short time – usually a week or less.

lip plumper

Where can I get no-needle lip plumper?

You can use the Find a Practitioner tool on this website to find a practitioner who offers the Perk treatment.

How much does no-needle lip plumper cost?

No-needle lip plumper costs around £65.

How long does no-needle lip plumping take?

No-needle lip plumping takes less than 10 minutes as a standalone treatment. Some practitioners also offer it as one component of a multipart facial treatment, which would take longer.

How long does no-needle lip plumper last?

No-needle lip plumper lasts for up to a week, provided that you continue to apply the treatment serum to your lips to maintain their volume. (Your practitioner will send you home with a vial of the same serum that was used during your treatment.)

After the effect has worn off, you can have the Perk treatment repeated as needed.

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What is it like to have no-needle lip plumpers?

This is my experience of trying the Perk lip plumper.

The Perk device uses suction to get a grip on my top lip as it starts its exfoliating business, which makes me want to pull away, except then I have visions of my lip stretching out like a strand of spaghetti. It’s a really strange feeling as, chunk by chunk, sections of my lips are vacuumed up, gently exfoliated, and at the same time drenched in the plumping solution. After finishing with the Perk device, the practitioner seals the serum in with a coating of lip balm.

My lips are definitely softer and plumper, not least because of the effects of the suction and the slight tingling from the peppermint oil in the serum. I am given the rest of the tube of solution that was used on them, and told to apply this at least twice a day, to keep up the volume. Despite doing this, my lips deflate to their normal proportions before the end of the week. This is worth a try for a short-term fix, perhaps before a party, but don’t expect lasting results.

FAQ ABOUT No-Needle Lip Plumper


Is no-needle lip plumper better than lip filler?

The Perk is a completely different treatment from lip filler. Here are the main differences:

  • Length of time. This is a very short-term treatment. The effects wear off in a few days, whereas lip fillers last for 6 months or so.
  • Injections and needle marks. There are no injections, so you’re not risking ending up with needle marks.
  • Potential to overdo the treatment. The Perk isn’t going to leave you with a trout pout, whereas over-treatment with dermal fillers injections might.
  • Cost. No-needle lip plumping treatment is far cheaper than having lip filler injected.

Are there any side effects to no-needle lip plumper?

None, unless the peppermint oil in the plumping solution irritates your lips – though some people might like that, in that the irritation will make the lip tissue swell in volume.

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