|Question – Answer| Are Lips Without Anesthesia More Swollen Than Anesthetized Lips?
According to you, "Is it true that lips without anesthesia are more prone to swelling than lips that have been numbed?"
The truth is that it is, guys, because in fact, when doing it for customers, all of them give the same results, lips are more prone to swelling when not being numbed for the following reasons:
Lips are composed of 3 layers: the epidermis, the dermis, and the dermis. Unlike the skin, the lips do not have oil glands, do not have pores, do not contain the pigment melanin that causes tanning and the color of the lips is formed by the small blood vessels underneath. So lips have characteristics VERY SENSITIVE , and Vulnerable to damage.
+ Performing lip injection without anesthesia does NOT inhibit sensory nerves, so when the KTV manipulates, the guest will REPACT IMMEDIATELY making the force go uneven and the lips will swell.
+ The psychology of both the customer and the KTV in this case will be a bit bewildered. The client is more afraid of pain than usual, and the KTV will not be confident when doing so, affecting the force of the needle.
Those are the reasons that make the lips not numbed will be more painful and swollen than usual. However, when there is a cause, a solution or remedy will inevitably appear. Miss Tram would like to dedicate the following post to give a fix for this case.
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