Needleless Hyaluron Acid
Hyaluron needle free injection has become the most trendy cosmetic treatment since 2017, it is a new technology that allows a jet injector uses high pressure to force a hyaluronic acid through a person’s skin. The result was less discomfort than a needle injection, a lot of people perfer this method because it caused less anxiety in people who were afraid of needles and causes minimum bruising to no bruising.
Needleless Hyaluron Acid
How does this work?
The device deposits Hyaluronic Acid Filler into the epidermal and upper dermal layers of the skin. The hyaluronic acid will turn into nano scale molecules and inserts through the skin with the pressure technology from the hyaluron pen. The diameter of this flow is 0,17mm, which is twice as small as needle. Since hyaluronic acid turns into nano scale molecules when they are injected, so a lot finer and sprees much more evenly.
What’s the differences between Hyaluron needless injection VS regular filler injection?
However, the differences between Hyaluron needless injection and typical needle injection of hyaluronic acid filler is the injection depth. As many of you already known, Hyaluron pen lip injection last for about 2-3 months, clients will have to come back for refill. The reason why it doesnt last long is because of the diameter of injection that Hyaluron injects. However they do spread a lot more evenly underneath of your skin that results are a lot more natural compare to regular filler injection with bare minimum downtime.
Where can it be safely injected?
Hyaluron Pen needle free injection can be used to create volume, shape and lift. Treatment areas include: Lips, forehead wrinkles, nasolabial lines, marionette lines, 11 lines.
Best use case for Hyaluron Pen treatment?
Treatment is perfect for lip augmentations and reducing wrinkles. The Hyaluronic Acid only reaches the papillary layer of the dermis making this a safe treatment with no risk of occlusion as well as no sharp tips to puncture blood vessels. However, some stronger hyaluron pen can be use for lipolysis injection, it could reach to fat layers, it will depends on the hyaluron pen models for injection depth.
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 3-6 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.
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.
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.
Can I get this treatment if I already have a lip filler?
Yes you can! We just recommend that you wait 30 days if you recently had it done.
Do not take any aspirin, ibuprofen or similar products (Advil, Motrin, Aleve) for 1 week prior to procedure.
Avoid fish oil, Vitamin E, and gingko biloba for 1 week prior to this procedure.
Eat spinach, kale and celery the week before to boost your levels of Vitamin K.
Hyaluronic acid tend to be the most temporary option, and therefore are often recommended for first-time clients. These will typically last from 3-4 months. Injections to the lips will wear out a little faster than those to the nasolabial folds.
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