The Hyaluronic Pen has taken the beauty industry by storm, with its no needle lip filler concept.
Hyaluron pen is an excellent tool if you’re looking for a way to add a more hydrated and plumper look to your lips and revitalise you’re skin.
The treatment uses a special pen to deliver hyaluronic acid into the lips. The pen was actually first designed to eliminate the use of needles for those who suffer from diabetes, and has since been used by the beauty industry to allow for no needle fillers.
The pressure from the pen is strong enough to force the filler or vitamin cocktails into the skin. The pen is not a miracle lip volumizer (nor does it advertise to be) and since it has more superficial results, it’s best used by clients who want to achieve more subtle results.
The active ingredient used, hyaluronic acid, rejuvenates and lifts the lip area, as well as stimulating collagen production.
This technique is generally considered to be less abrasive than other procedures since there are no needles involved. The risk of bruising and swelling is extremely low as well.
With age, the hyaluronic acid levels become depleted, thus making our lips, forehead and overall face look tired and less youthful.
Here are a few reasons why use the Hyaluron Pen as part of your beauty treatments regime:
- The Hyaluronic fillers are 100% natural.
- No needles
- Significantly reduced pain
- 100% natural
- 100% safe
- Instant results
- No downtime
- Glowing and healthy skin
- Plumped lips
How long does this treatment last?
The average duration being 3-7 months, however your lifestyle and metabolism will have a factor in the longevity of this natural product.
What Are The Risks And Potential Complications?
Hyaluron Pen Treatments are said to feel like a very slight ‘pins and needles’ sensation, and are well tolerated by our clients.
There are minimum risks or side effects for healthy candidates, however, like in any beauty service, a full consultation must be carried out prior to treatment.
There is always the possibility of allergic reaction to one or more of the ingredients within the topically applied serums used – this would become apparent immediately on application, by the appearance of redness. Patch tests are not compulsory, simply because the main ingredient used is Hyaluronic Acid, which our body naturally produces.
Limitations of the Procedure
As the Hyaluron pen usage in the facial rejuvenation is still relatively new the long term effects are not yet studied.
It is understood among cosmetic injectable experts that the effectiveness of hyaluron pen compared to traditional needle injections is still very different. The delivery of fillers through needle allows the aesthetics practitioner to be very specific about the location. A needle allows for more precise changes while a Hyaluron pen does not. An optimal injectable aesthetics outcome comes down to a measure of just millimetres at times. As a result, the hyaluron pen may not achieve the full desired plump or shape that existing injectable services can offer due to its intended design. However, clients can still expect increased plumpness and hydration levels.
Cheaper and often fake versions of the pen can be found on websites like Amazon.com, and Alibaba, which makes you wonder how safe these pens truly are. Of course, it is highly important to talk to an aesthetics professional before going through the procedure. Aesthetics Glow Practitioners are Hyaluron Pen trained, insured and properly qualified to use the pen for all over face rejuvenation.