Lisa Rinna informed her Instagram followers that she was able to have the SkinVive dissolved, but it hasn’t always been easy for her to undo the results of a cosmetic procedure gone awry. Rinna has expressed regret over using silicone filler to add volume to her upper lip. The results of the injection were meant to be permanent, but the silicone didn’t stay soft and squishy. Instead, it migrated and formed scar tissue about a decade after Rinna went under the needle. In a 2010 interview with People, she described the affected areas as feeling “hard and bumpy, like peas.” Rinna eventually had to turn to a plastic surgeon for help repairing the damage. However, while she originally chose the wrong procedure to pump up her pucker’s volume, Rinna believes making her lips larger helped her career.

In 2009, Rinna revealed that she also had a bad experience with dermal filler. The brand she used was Juvéderm, which happens to be the manufacturer of the SkinVive gel. “I saw a photo and I was like, ‘Oh Jesus. That’s no good. That’s NOT good,'” she recalled to Momlogic. “What I learned is that I don’t really need it.” Rinna had tried to plump up and smooth out was her cheeks.

One injectable Rinna has had better luck with is Botox. “It doesn’t change the shape of my face,” she explained. “When you change your face, you don’t look like yourself.”

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