How it works

USING LIPMD® ELECTRONIC PLUMPING DEVICE

The front button is used to power on/off the device. Available are 2 intensity levels for lip suction: low level (touch once) and high level (touch twice). The low level is a great starting point to make you comfortable using this lip plumping device, ensuring no bruising if you have sensitive skin. 


For best lip plumping results, we recommend using the device at the high intensity level. At this setting the intensity of vacuum suction is not uncomfortable. Treatment is automatically timed for 1 minute after which the device will turn off.

DIRECTIONS FOR LIPMD® EXTREME PLUMPING SERUM

LIPMD® Extreme Lip Plumping Serum comes with an applicator. This should be applied on the top and bottom lip, taking as much care to avoid the skin around the lip. Roll your lips to get the serum evenly spread and for quick absorption. The applied lip plumping serum produces a warming and tingling sensation which will reduce over time.

DIRECTIONS FOR 2 MINUTE INSTANT PLUMPING 

STEP 1 - Apply Extreme Lip Plumping Serum onto clean and dry lips. Use only on the lips (within the lip perimeter). Allow serum to absorb for at least one minute. 

STEP 2: Power on LIPMD® device, choose vacuum suction intensity level (1 or 2), and pout into the mouthpiece. Keep your lips pouted until the mouthpiece forms a tight seal around your lips. The moisturizing serum will assist in optimizing vacuum suction. The device will automatically power off in 60 seconds.

STEP 3: Recommend twice daily treatment, three times maximum.

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STEP 2

STEP 3

PRECAUTIONS using LIPMD® System

  • For ages 18-50+. Keep away from children.
  • Some lip redness, warming, swelling and tingling is expected from using the LIPMD®
  • For use on lips only. Do not use on skin of the face, eyes and body.
  • If you have sensitive skin, start with one lip treatment on the lower setting of the device and patch test before using serum.
  • Do not use if you have cold sores/blisters on lips; chapped, burnt or sensitive lips; medical conditions such as severe allergies or bleeding disorder.
  • Do not overuse treatment. Excessive lip plumping may cause irritation and extended bruising.

If serious adverse effects occur (pain, bruising, or irritation) discontinue use and consult your physician