How to get the (nee­dle-free) per­fect pout

work to prod­ucts that re­ally we’ve From no-nee­dle doc­tor, A-list cos­metic the se­crets of an lips… on boost­ing your got the low-down

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THE CELEBRITY LIP DOC­TOR

He’s the man on ev­ery re­al­ity

TV star’s lips (quite lit­er­ally), count­ing Jess Wright and

Char­lotte Crosby as clients and boast­ing over 22,000

In­sta­gram fol­low­ers. Now, Dr

Ti­jion Esho, cos­metic doc­tor and star of E4’s Body Fix­ers

(right), has pro­duced his own range of at-home pout per­fec­tors. ‘I per­form 20 to

30 lip treat­ments ev­ery day, which has helped me iden­tify the fea­tures that are most in de­mand,’ ex­plains Dr Esho, who founded the ESHO Clin­ics in Lon­don and New­cas­tle.

We looked at three prod­ucts from his range – Esho Drench, £12, which hy­drates lips deep down, Esho Pause, £29, which main­tains the ef­fects of fillers, and Esho Sculpt, £29, vic­to­ri­a­health. com and esho.co, to boost shape and full­ness in­stantly, as well as over time. Our tester’s ver­dict? Sculpt is the hero. De­liv­er­ing a vis­i­ble dif­fer­ence within min­utes, it’s al­ready a favourite with stars in­clud­ing Lit­tle Mix’s Jade Thirl­wall. ‘Not long after ap­ply­ing the balm, my lips felt re­ally warm,’ ex­plains our re­viewer. ‘I stuck it out and, once the heat had calmed down, I no­ticed the con­tours of my lips were blurred. I needed con­cealer to disguise the red­ness, but it did give the il­lu­sion of very pil­lowy lips for sev­eral hours.’

Google has seen an 88 per cent in­crease in searches for lip fillers in re­cent years

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