A lip somersault with Dysport or Botox can help to amplify your natural shape and lips, while giving them a natural look. This treatment can also soften the small lines that may form around the upper lip and contribute to the appearance of aging. Dysport is the brand name for botulinum toxin type A, also known as AbobotulinumToxin (ABO). It is diluted to create variable effects and can contain 300 or 500 units of ABO. Cosmetic and plastic surgeons use Dysport to flip lips and smooth wrinkles on the face and forehead.
It works by relaxing the muscles in the face around the injection site, limiting their movement and preventing facial lines and wrinkles from developing or deepening. Dysport is more likely to take effect within a few days, so if you're looking for instant gratification, it may be a better option for you. Botox or Dysport is injected into the sections of the orbicularis oris, a muscle that surrounds the mouth and controls its movements. This targets only the superficial layers of the muscle on the sides of the lip and lower lip in order to relax the muscle fibers enough to turn the mouth out without affecting muscle function. Dysport lip somersaults can last between three and four months, while Botox can last up to six months. Unlike popular fillers (such as Restylane, Juvederm, and Voluma) that use hyaluronic acid injections to plump the lips and achieve a flattering look, lip flips rely on Dysport or Botox to work their magic.