Is the Hyaluron pen a recent invention?

    Is the Hyaluron pen a recent invention?

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      If you’re involved in the beauty industry, then you’ll know all about the new and exciting Hyaluronic pen. It truly is a revolutionary invention. For those who don’t know, I’ll just briefly explain what it is and what it does. Basically, if you wanted fuller lips or fewer wrinkles, then you used to have to get injections, such as collagen lip fillers or botox. This worked well but was a bit dangerous, not to mention being a painful and invasive procedure.

      In the last couple of years, however, people have started using the Hyaluronic pen treatment. This is a very different process but achieves the same effect. This pen is able to pump Hyaluronic Acid into a patient’s lips or skin to keep it hydrated. This helps the lips look fuller and it also makes skin look smoother. Crucially, it does this without the use of needles.

      This method has only been used in beauty salons since 2018, making it one of the most recent additions to a beautician’s arsenal. However, the technology isn’t new at all. It’s actually the same technology that inserts insulin into a person’s body if they’re suffering from diabetes. So in a medical setting, this method has been used for many decades. I don’t know why but it’s only in the last couple of years that the beauty industry has adopted the same technology.

      The only real difference between an EpiPen and a Hyaluronic pen is what substance is being inserted. Before, it was insulin. Now, it’s Hyaluronic acid. In both instances, the procedure is safe and easy to perform. I still recommend you go to a professional beautician, though, or learn the proper technique. If you’re looking to learn about beauty treatments and gain qualifications to become a professional beauty therapist, then you can do so by clicking here.

       

       

      Default Answered on July 24, 2021.
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