Give your lips 7 to 10 days to adjust and adapt to the pulling suction of the lip plumper. Here are the guidelines for your first 10 days. If you like to reduce or avoid the side effect, do less time per application!
The cupping marks may not be bruises! You can rub them off within 24 hours using a comb (best method) or you can massage the marks! To remove them even quicker, apply Arnica creme before combing the marks and/or take organic sulfur (MSM) supplement before and during your conditioning period. If you follow our instructions, you will not have a long conditioning period. Note: Individual results may vary.
Day 1: Do 4 minutes total with 1 minute duration and 1 minute break in between.
Day 2 to day 3: Rest
Day 4 to 6: apply the product 1 session per day, each session will last for a total of 4 minutes with 2 minute duration and a 2 minute break in between.
Day 7 to 9: apply the product 1 session per day, each session will last for a total of 6 minutes with 2 minute duration and a 10 minute break in between.
Day 10 and forward: You can plump your lips as often as you like. If your lips are sored, please rest a few days before you start again. Bruising should not occur again. However, all individuals conditioning period are different. If this is the case, give your lips a break until the bruises clear before you start to plump your lips again.
About 5% of users have very sensitive skin; they tend to get a much more intense hickey on the upper lip. The intensity of hickies is also affected by age, health, diet, and lifestyle. The older you get, the easier you bruise and the more intense the marks will look. Women also bruise more easily then men. If you know you can easily get a hickey, use the lip pump a minute each time and less frequently during your conditioning period to reduce the intensity of the hickey marks.