Cleavage Contouring Q&A
Cleavage contouring is a non-surgical breast enhancement treatment also known as the ‘lunchtime boob job’. It makes breasts look more perky and plump in as little as 45 minutes using carefully placed dermal fillers.
With very little recovery time to worry about, dermal boob fillers are a great alternative to surgical breast implants.
What is cleavage contouring?
Using hyaluronic acid dermal fillers, the lunchtime boob job can add extra centimeters to your cleavage in just a few minutes. This is a safe and simple alternative to invasive implant surgery for women who want to feel more confident about their cleavage.
How much will it change my natural shape?
Boob fillers aren’t designed to change the shape of your breasts. Instead the dermal fillers will enhance your natural shape, making your cleavage smooth and plump.
Whilst the change is less dramatic than surgical implants, it’s still enough for you to move up a cup size and achieve a more youthful, perkier look.
How long do the results last?
Using a typical 40ml injection volume in each breast, the results of boob fillers can last for up to six months. To make the results last even longer additional treatments can be added up to and over 100ml, for results that last for 12-18 months.
Which fillers are used?
For noticeable, long-lasting results we use fillers with a higher concentration of hyaluronic acid that are thicker and more viscous than those used in other treatments. The HA factors in the filler attract and retain water to increase volume and give a smoother skin surface. The most commonly used fillers for non-surgical breast lifts are Juvederm, Restylane and Sculptra (which is actually a poly-L-lactic acid..
Hyaluronic acid dermal fillers have been used safely for many years. It is a versatile filler that comes in a variety of thicknesses for different areas of the body. As well as giving you instant lifting results, hyaluronic acid also stimulates your body’s natural collagen and elastin production. This helps to prolong results and rejuvenate the treated areas from the inside out.
How long does it take to recover?
Cleavage contouring is a non-invasive surgery with minimal recovery time. The filler is injected into the dermis layer of the skin using a cannula or a needle, some clients have reported pain during the procedure so it is recommended to take pain killers both before and after the treatment.
What should I do to help recovery?
Any pain from the procedure can be managed with over-the-counter pain medication and an antibacterial cream is to be applied to the treated areas. Swelling and bruising should calm down within 2-3 days.
How much does it cost?
Although prices vary between providers, a typical cleavage contouring treatment costs between £2000-£4000.