Lip neutralisation is a cosmetic treatment that can help you achieve a more natural and balanced look for your lips. If you have dark lips, hyperpigmentation in your lips or are a smoker, this is the ideal treatment for you. Our luxury aesthetic clinic's team of experienced Brazilian technicians will transform and colour your lips to make them look brighter and free of dark pigment. So, if you're looking for subtle and elegant lip colouring, lip neutralisation may be the perfect solution for you.


Lip neutralisation is a cosmetic procedure in which darker, hyperpigmented or smokers’ lips are treated to look more natural in colour. This procedure is typically done using a specialised pigment applied to the lips to even out their colour and tone.

A cosmetic professional will examine the lips during the procedure to determine the best approach to achieving the desired result. They will then use a topical anaesthetic to numb the area before carefully applying the pigment to the lips. The stain is applied in small, precise strokes, gradually building the colour until the desired effect is achieved.

Lip neutralisation results in a more natural-looking, even colour to the lips, helping to reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation or discolouration. This procedure can be especially beneficial for individuals with darker skin tones, as they are more prone to developing hyperpigmentation or uneven lip colour.

Overall, lip neutralisation is a safe and effective cosmetic procedure that can help to enhance appearance.



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Before Care

  • When you book your appointment, please drink at least 2 litres of water daily.
  • Avoid using lipstick.
  • Your lips must be hydrated on the day of the treatment for the best results.
  • If you have recent Lip Fillers, cold sores, cuts, or bruises, kindly postpone your appointment.


  • The first step is to consult with a qualified aesthetic professional, who will examine your lips and discuss your concerns and goals.
  • Our Brazilian technician will advise you on whether lip neutralisation is correct and provide a detailed treatment plan.
  • Before the procedure, the lips will be cleaned and numbed with cream to ensure you are comfortable throughout the treatment.
  • Once your lips are numbed, our friendly aesthetic professional will use a combination of needles to create a beautifully natural shaded effect, just like the one everyone has on their lips. They'll carefully choose the perfect pigment colour to tone your lips and ensure they look authentic.
  • The filler is carefully placed to create a natural and balanced look, restoring symmetry to the lips.
  • The aesthetic professional will assess the results throughout the procedure to ensure the lips look natural and balanced.
  • They may make adjustments as necessary to achieve the desired outcome.

After Care

  • Please follow these instructions on the first day: no smoking, kissing, alcohol, or hot and spicy food.
  • Keep the lips clean, moisturise with a good lip balm for the next five days and drink lots of water.
  • Wash them daily with drinking water only.
  • For the next seven days, avoid sun exposure and swimming.
  • Avoid touching the lips with your tongue.

Side effects

  • You may experience some swelling or bruising in your lips after the procedure. This is a normal reaction and usually subsides within a few days.
  • You may experience some mild pain or discomfort during or after the procedure. This can be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers.
  • Although rare, there is a small risk of infection after the procedure. It is essential to follow the aftercare instructions carefully to minimise this risk.


  • A topical numbing cream is applied to the lips before the procedure, which helps to minimise any discomfort.
  • Some patients may experience mild pain or discomfort during or after the procedure, but this can be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers.
  • The results of lip neutralisation can last 12 months, depending on your lifestyle and mouth acidity.
  • To maintain the results, touch-up treatments may be necessary.
  • While lip neutralisation is a safe and relatively low-risk procedure, there are potential risks such as swelling, bruising, pain, infection, or allergic reactions.
  • However, these risks can be minimised by carefully choosing a qualified, experienced aesthetic professional and following their aftercare instructions.

Book Appointment

Due the high demand & limited availability we recommend booking 2-3 weeks in advance