FAQ's Hyaluron Pen
What is Hyaluron Pen Treatment?
Hyaluron pen treatment is one of the latest trends when it comes to improving the looks of skin and lips. It is an easy and safe way to put some Hyaluronic Acid into one’s body.
If you shy away from needles this could be the answer, For people who have a needle phobia and are looking to Plump Lips, Cheeks and reduce the depth of Lines and Wrinkles no needle Hyaluronic Filler Pen treatment is an affordable pain free option. Filler with the needle can be very painful. There is bleeding and bruising involved not to mention the trauma to the skin from the needle can actually cause scar tissue!
The application method of Hyaluronic filler pen treatment is pressure. The Hylaron pen uses pressure to deliver hyaluronic acid into the skin. The ingredients rejuvenate and lift the skin, providing hydration and stimulating collagen production leaving lips plump and wrinkles filled in.
The Hyaluron filler treatment re hydrates the skin. There is little or no pain, clients describe the sensation as similar to very slight pins and needles and there is no recovery time. Some clients may need more than one visit to see optimal results depending on their skin type.
What is Hyaluronic Acid?
A natural sugar found in the human body, hyaluronic acid is the most hydrating substance in the world. Its function is to attract water and keep skin hydrated, plump and youthful. As the human body creates Hyaluronic Acid naturally it is impossible to be allergic to it.
As we age, the body decreases the amount of Hyaluronic Acid and collagen fibers. They dry up and become thinner, resulting in loss of hydration and elasticity. This causes skin to begin to sag and wrinkles to form.
By adding hyaluronic acid into the skin we revive the collagen and promote a fresher, plumper effect.
Hyaluronic Acid is the main structural element of connective tissue.
Is the Hyaluron Pen treatment safe?
If compared to injecting fillers (that the safety of Hyaluron Pen often gets compared to) it is safe. Why? Well, the most terrible problems with injections come, as we all know from blocked blood vessels to which an unfortunate treatment provider has injected some filler. For example, filling some large enough artery with thick enough substance can restrict some Oxygen movement to eyes and actually could cause temporary or permanent blindness in the worst case. With Hyaluron Pen it is anatomically impossible to inject the substance even close the same way, thus there are no such risks. This is because the Hyaluron Pen enters the epidermis at .07-.12mm where injections go much deeper at .39mm.
What is the Difference between botox and dermal fillers?
Botox: This freezes muscles to stop creases and wrinkles caused by facial expressions. These are typically found in the upper face, such as the forehead and around the eyes.
Dermal fillers: These use hyaluronic acid and similar substances to “fill in” or plump areas that have lost volume and smoothness. This includes wrinkles around the mouth, thin lips, and cheeks that have lost fullness. They may also be used on forehead wrinkles, scars, and other areas that need extra volume for a smoother look.
Botox results last 3 to 4 months. Dermal filler results vary, depending on which filler is used.
What is Hyaluron Pen Lip Enhancement?
With time, the body decreases its hyaluronic acid production and as a result, the lips begin to get thin and skin begins to sag. There are now several solutions including hyaluronic acid to plump up the lips. This treatment involves a hyaluronic acid filler without the use of needles or injections. The lip enhancement process involves the use of a Hyaluron Pen to deliver hyaluronic acid into the lips, restoring some of its plump.
What is the down time?
There may be minimal bruising and/or redness on the procedure site that may last from 1-4 days. It is important to rehydrate with water to help keep your results plump and hydrated to replenish the hyaluronic acid that is naturally found in your body. And to have optimal results. Also use a clean cloth wrapped in ice to the treated area to reduce swelling and bruising.
Is it common to tip your technician and if so how much?
This a a very common question that I get asked and I usually tell my clients "though tips are appreciated they are not mandatory for those with tight budgets." In any spa setting it is customary to tip your stylist 18-20% depending on your service and how much you liked your stylist. In a medical setting it is not required to tip your technician. I hope this helps : ).
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