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Hyaluronic Acid Needless Pen ( Hyaluron Pen)

Brief Description

A needle-free injector that allows for the injection of more viscous materials such as collagen, hyaluronic acid, and other polymers that are useful as dermal fillers.

Our trained professionals use a pen that has a special piston with a spring which helps to infuse the filler quickly; the pain is minimal and there is low risk of bruising or swelling in the Infused areas. 

What’s the difference between the Hyaluron Pen and other fillers?

First and foremost, other fillers are injected into the subcutaneous tissue of the skin using a needle. That is not the case with the HA Pen. The special device we use launches the fillers into the skin through pressure and then the HA spreads to the epidermis and dermis.


The microscopic hole allows biorevitalizants and cocktails to be injected under the skin. It is twice as small in diameter as the needle used for injections. While administering cosmetic substances by the pen, the products are absorbed and distributed under the skin much better in comparison with simple injections made by a basic needle.


The system of an injection-free administration of fillers, biorevitalizants and meso-cocktails will not only provide your skin with freshness and youth, but it will also provide comfort during the process of the treatment. You will eliminate post-injection complications such as severe bruising compared to other methods. The infusion process is an optimal solution for clients with sensitive skin, especially those that are more likely to get scars and hematomas.


What is Hyaluronic Acid Infusions?

Hyaluronic Infusions is when Hyaluronic Acid is inserted into the skin, similar to the Hyaluronic Acid you already have in your body. The longevity however is absolutely different. The natural Hyaluronic Acid found in the human body has a short life span (usually 3-5 days long). When we use the infusion technique, it can last for months. The substance still is removed from the body through natural degradation process, it is just a slower process, which allows the Hyaluronic Acid Infusion to retain the water inside the skin.


What is Hyaluronic Acid?

HA is a natural sugar found in the human body; Hyaluronic Acid is the most hydrating substance in the world. It’s primary function is to attract water and keep the skin hydrated, plump and youthful. The human body creates Hyaluronic Acid naturally, so it is impossible to be allergic to it. As we age, our body decreases the amount of HA produced as well as collagen fibers. This decrease causes our body to look older, resulting in loss of hydration and elasticity; therefore, wrinkles form and the skin begins to sag. By adding HA into the skin, we revive the collagen and promote a fresher, plumper look. Hyaluronic Acid is also the main structural element of connective tissue.

How long do results last?

Results last 4-6 months depending on how quickly your body metabolizes the HA Infusion

Is this like Botox?

No, Botox is not a filler nor is it ever injected into the lips. Botox is used to temporarily cut off nerve signals to muscles, limiting the movement of said muscle and smoothing out the wrinkles. The HA Pen delivers a low viscosity filler into the lips for volume, or into the facial skin for wrinkle reduction.


Is there a risk of occlusion?

The HA pen inserts the Hyaluronic Acid compound into the upper dermal layers of the skin. The risk of going too deep, or the likelihood of puncturing a blood vessel is virtually impossible as no sharp needle tip is used. As you know, there are risks with anything, that's why proper training is so important. If you have any questions, feel free to ask one of our professionals. 


Can I get this treatment if I already have a lip filler or Botox?

Yes, you can! We recommend that you wait 30 days if you recently had it done for best results. 


What to expect after getting HA?

 Most clients are pleased with the results of Hyaluronic Acid use. However, like any cosmetic procedure, there is no guarantee that you will be completely satisfied. There is no guarantee that wrinkles and folds will disappear completely, or that you will not require additional treatments to achieve the results you seek. While the effects of Hyaluronic Acid use can last longer than other comparable treatments, the procedure is still temporary. Additional treatments will be required periodically, generally within 4-6 months, involving additional injections for the effect to continue.

 After treatment, you should minimize exposure of the treated area to excessive sun or UV lamp exposure and extreme cold weather until any initial swelling or redness has gone away.


Before undergoing this procedure, understanding the risks is essential. No procedure is completely risk-free. The following risks may occur, but there may be unforeseen risks and risks that are not included on this list.  Some of these risks, if they occur, may necessitate hospitalization, and/or extended outpatient therapy to permit adequate treatment. It has been explained to me that there are certain inherent and potential risks and side effects in any invasive procedure and in this specific instance such risks include but are not limited to:  1) Post treatment discomfort, swelling, redness, bruising, and discoloration; 2) Post treatment infection associated with not adequate aftercare;  3) Allergic reaction; 4) Reactivation of herpes (cold sores); 5) Lumpiness, visible yellow or white patches. .  I am aware the duration of treatment is dependent on many factors including but not limited to:  age, sex, tissue conditions, my general health and life style conditions, and sun exposure.  The correction, depending on these factors, may last up to 6 months and in some cases shorter and some cases longer.

Who is not a good candidate?

  • If you are Pregnant or Breastfeeding

  • Receiving immunotherapy treatments

  • Have a known hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid and have severe allergy

  • Tend to develop hypertrophic scarring (keloid)

  • Under 18 years old                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
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  • If taking Aspirin or other similar anticoagulant drugs; the injection site is prone to bruising and bleeding it is best to stop several days before if the aspirin is not needed for any special medical conditions

  • Any other medical questions or concern regarding getting treatment just call & ask                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  AFTERCARE INSTRUCTIONS & EXPECTATION                                                                                                                                             

  • Swelling and Bruising is normal and usually lasts 2 to 3 days (in rare cases could last longer ), APPLY ICE

  • Area treated may feel warm, APPLY ICE


  • NO excessive sweating for 4 days

  • NO sauna for 2 weeks


  • The appearance of bruising lasts usually 2 to 3 days but can last up to 7 days.

  • Coloration or discoloration of the skin in the area of the serum administration.

  • Inflammatory reaction in the location of manipulation (swelling, erythema, redness, etc.), which may be accompanied with itching, as well as pain while pressing. Such an inflammatory reaction can last up to 7 days.

  • The appearance of compaction or nodules at the injection location, gently massage area to help migrate solution.

  • LIP NOTES:  Full lips take multiple sessions and time to achieve (Rome wasn’t built in a day) so you will need a few treatments to get desired result.  The swollen feeling and inflammation appearance will subside usually in 2 to 3 days and treated area will settle revealing a more natural plumpness and a fuller lip takes progress to achieve desired look and fullness.  Once you achieve your desired result it will last 2 to 6 months as each person’s metabolizes and sheds the product differently.

  • Follow-up/Additional Treatment in3 to 4 weeks

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