- If skin is sufficiently hydrated, it feels super-soft, plump and looks so much more radiant. No more taking pictures with special Apps with filters.
- When skin is hydrated, lines and wrinkles (even the deeper ones) appear diminished, so it is a great ingredient for those with aging skin who are looking to get a younger visage.
- It works wonders on everyone. Hyaluronic Acid works for any skin type, even sensitive or breakout-prone skin, as well as those with an oily complexion.
- Recent research suggests that Hyaluronic Acid also has antioxidant properties, which means it can act like a shield against free radicals we aren't in control of, like pollution and other aggressors.
- it’s naturally present in the skin, but its concentrations increase when there is damage in need of repair. It regulates inflammation levels and signals the body to build more blood vessels in damaged area.
In the world of aesthetics there are 2 main tools to rejuvenate the aging face: Botox and dermal fillers. Botox is used for wrinkles caused by muscular expression, but dermal fillers replace lost volume, like supporting a deflated balloon.
What is Hyaluronic Acid ("HA")?
Hyaluronic acid is the most hydrating substance in the world, and a naturally occurring sugar in the body alongside elastin and collagen. It provides skin tissue with adequate moisture levels to help hold it's form, keeping your skin looking hydrated and plump.
Hyaluronic acid also comes commercially in the form of a gel that can be injected into the those areas that have lost or are absent of volume, such as lips. Juvederm and Restylane are the most popular and well known forms of hyaluronic acid fillers.
By injecting the hyaluronic acid fillers the gel we are inducing new collagen and new elastic to be formed, reinflating the balloon rejuvenating the face, lifting cheeks and lips other areas of lost volume.
Hyaluronic Acid is one of natures most powerful humectants and is now being added to moisturizers and other beauty products like anti-aging serums and even "Vitamin C".
What IS Hyaluron Pen Lip Enhancement?
With time, the body decreases its hyaluronic acid production and as a result, the lips begin to thin and skin begins to sag. There are now several solutions including hyaluronic acid to plump up the lips.
This treatment involves an 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 a Hyaluron Pen?
Hyaluron Pen is a new simple device that allows the delivery through a single point of pressure to launch Hyaluron Acid mixture into human skin.
How Does Hyaluron Pen Lip Enhancement Work?
The hyaluron operation principle is based on pressure. By means of a spring system, the hyaluronic acid is pressed at high speed through a small orifice in the nozzle, creating a fine stream of hyaluronic acid that easily penetrates the skin. Directly under the skin the hyaluronic acid diffuses in the subcutaneous tissue.
What are the side effects to Hyaluron Lip Enhancement?
1) As the technology is still new the long term effects are not yet studied.
2) It is understood among injectable professionals that the effectiveness of hyaluron pen compared to traditional needle injections is still very different. The delivery of fillers through needle allows the practitioner to be very specific about the location. A needle allows for more precise changes while a Hyaluron pen does not. An optimal injectable experience comes down to a measure of just millimeters at times. The Hyralon pen was introduced as an easy and safe means to administer insulin to diabetic patients. 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.
For the best injectable and lip plumping experience it is recommended to visit an experienced physician.
Lip enhancements pair very well with permanent lip tattoo. It is important to schedule your lip tattoo 4 weeks before or after your lip injection to allow for your lips to heal.