It's time to get sexy (lips) - SW1 Clinic

It’s time to get sexy (lips)


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“Lips are the most sensual organ we are allowed to expose – Anonymous”

In a study conducted from Manchester University, scientists have found that men are drawn to a woman’s lips more than other facial feature, especially if she’s wearing red lipstick. They have found that in the first 10 seconds of meeting a female for the first time, the average male will spend more than half his time admiring her lips. In other words, if you were on a first dinner date that lasted 2 hours, that’s a full hour of lip-gazing!

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Red lips attract men

It’s safe to say then that we should pay more attention to our lips if it’s the opposite sex we are trying to attract. From oils to fillers, we give you the low-down on what you can do to get the perfect pout.

Lip Treatment

For a luxurious, lip-loving treatment, look no further than the Rose Quartz Oil Lip Treatment, which penetrates deeply to nourish, plump up and hydrate the lips from within. This can be used to prime lips before lipstick application or used over lipstick for a glossy effect. Alternatively, it can be used on its own for naturally soft lips.


Lip Fabulosity

Give your lips some TLC from SW1

Lips are probably one of the most neglected part on your face. From lipsticks to contact with food and environmental pollutants, your lips are in need of some TLC. SW1’s Lip Fabulosity treatments polish, soften and brighten your lips, giving you the perfect pout for your next dinner date.

Lip Fillers

As we get older, like the rest of our skin, our lips become thinner and more wrinkled and appear more dehydrated with time. Fillers could help give a little boost to your lips, be it dehydrated, disproportionate or thin, to improve their attractiveness.


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