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LPA Lips 'n' Lashes

Posted on 13 February, 2023


For a limited time only, you can nail the Lips 'n' Lashes look in one visit.

Simply enjoy a 1ml lip boosting treatment with the benefits of our incredible LPA lash growth serum for just £450 (usual price £550).

Lash growth serum is a 'prescription only' product. You apply to your upper lash line every night. At around 6 weeks of usage, you will see that your lashes look noticeably longer, thicker & darker.

Once you are happy with your look, bin your falsies and simply reduce your usage to  2 or 3 times / week. This unbelievable treatment can be used in conjunction with all your usual lash treatments.

What is LPA Lip Filler?

LPA lip filler is a natural hyluronic acid injectable used to hydrate, plump and define the lips. Each treatment is carried out on a bespoke basis, so whether you are looking for soft and subtle or you want some drama, your lip plan will be completely personalised. Lip filler treatment lasts around 12 months.

LPA is an award-winning nurse-led clinic. Our philosophy is to help you age in a way that you feel confident and comfortable in yourself. We’re on a mission to win your trust from the off, by making your visit relaxed and easy and ultimately sending you on your way with a natural revitalised and more attractive version of you, so that you’re ready to conquer your world! We are based in EC1 in the bustle of the city. We are registered with Save Face, the UK aesthetics regulatory body.

What is LPA Lash Growth?

LPA Lash Growth is a prescription medication used as a serum along the upper lash line. Applied every night before bed, after around 6 weeks you will notice your lashes are longer, thicker and darker. The results are incredible and mean that you can bin your falsies - simply a lick of mascara is all you need.

LPA Lips 'n' Lashes is only around for a short time so get booked in before the end of Feb.

Are you considering Lip filler treatment?