The Hyaluron Pen is changing the beauty industry with its no needle lip and facial enhancement procedure capabilities. A similar device is used in the medical field for decades for patients who have a needle phobia, and now this adapted version “Hyaluron Pen” has now found a new home within the cosmetic industry.  

The AAI Hyaluron Pen course offers a unique online program that offers knowledge and technical skill to achieve subtle lip and facial enhancement results for your business. This course includes information on the anatomy of the lips, shaping the lips, injection sites on the face, and step by step instruction on providing amazing results. We will be sure you graduate this course with full confidence as a practitioner.  

We at AAI want to emphasize on a few very important notes regarding Hyaluron Pen injections before we continue into the training.  

 It is important to keep in mind that the pen is used for subtle enhancements and cannot take the place nor be compared to needle injection fullness and swelling. Also note that smoother serums are used with pen injections, therefore smoother results will occur. We also want to make sure that you convey this information to your patients/clients during their consultation. All hyaluronic acid gels are natural substances and their longevity cannot be guaranteed or predicted, as the body is able to naturally break them down. Average duration of any hyaluronic acid based gel can last anywhere from 2-6 months, but the results will greatly vary from person to person based on many factors. We can't emphasize this important fact enough, and the importance of conveying this to your patients and clients as well. 

What is the Hyaluron Pen?

Hyaluron Pen treatment uses penetration of hyaluronic acid gels and or other beneficial serums into the epidermis without the use of needles. Using high-pressure technology, the Hyaluron Pen injects the hyaluronic acid formula into the area, creating an instant lift and enhancement. The microscopic hole in which the formula enters the skin is twice as small as the needle used for typical injections. The device uses this high-pressure airflow to push nanoscale molecules directly into the skin. This makes the distribution of the gel in the skin much more uniform compared to the average needle injection. Because of these features, it is a safe and pain-free procedure offering instant results. Whether you want to reduce wrinkles or augment your lips, the Hyaluron Pen is the best, pain-free treatment available today. 

The pen's main applications are: 

• Reduction of wrinkles around the lips 

• Lip volume enhancement & lip contouring 

• Enhance concave areas of face 

• Enhance cheekbones  

Hyaluron Pen Treatment and Risk

Although the Hyaluronic Pen treatment is a relatively new concept, it is completely safe. Containing smaller effects and a more superficial target area, there is little risk associated with the treatment. Additionally, the completely non-invasive nature of the hyaluronic acid pen treatment offers the opportunity of providing lip and facial augmentations with minimal pain involved.   

Function of Hyaluronic Acid

What is Hyaluronic Acid?

Hyaluronic acid is the most hydrating substance in the world. A natural sugar that is present in your body, it provides skin tissue with the adequate moisture levels. Because the human body creates this chemical naturally, it is impossible for you to have any allergic reaction to treatments using hyaluronic acid. 

With time, the body decreases its hyaluronic acid production. In mature or neglected skin, collagen fibers can dry up and become thinner, giving the skin a dull and dehydrated look. Hyaluronic acid’s main function is to attract moisture and retain water in the skin. When the body has lower levels of hyaluronic acid, a decrease of hydration and elasticity will occur. This process is what causes skin to sag and wrinkles to form. By adding hyaluronic acid to skin tissue, it revives its collagen activity thus promoting a fresher, younger and fuller effect. 

Note: In 2015, hyaluronic acid (HA) dermal fillers accounted for more than 92% of all filler treatments in the US. A growth in HA filler popularity likely reflects their excellent safety profile, efficacy and ease of administration. 

Hyaluronic acid gel consists of long chains of hyaluronic acid. Most filler products will consist of hyaluronic acid cross-linked molecules which are then processed as a homogeneous gel or a suspension of particles in gel carriers. 

Variability in methods used to manufacture hyaluronic acid gels have given rise to differences in properties such as degree of cross-linkage, particle size and concentration. These properties are vital in determining the clinical performance of the gel. Chains of hyaluronic acid are linked using hydrogen bonds, forming stable complexes. This may provide some advantages in limiting the risk of hypersensitivity reactions because the lack of chemicals used in the manufacturing process may be more acceptable to some patients. 

For the Hyaluron Pen users, we strongly suggest you fill your ampoules using a sterilized filler tip. Place the filled ampoules in sterilized envelopes in refrigeration and remove 30 minutes before your patient arrives. How to fill the ampoules will be covered more during a video later on in this course.    

The Hyaluron Pen can also be used with other beneficial gel like serums such as a variety of our meso serums.  

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In this course we will be covering the following areas. We encourage you to take notes and write any questions you may have down. Questions can be presented at the end of each topic. 

• Consultation 

• Anatomy of the lips/Product Placement 

• Health & Safety Guidelines/Insurance 

• Precautions & protocols 

• Using the products 

• Application 

• Pre-care and Aftercare 

• Examination


Disclaimer of Medical and Legal Liability: Aesthetics Accreditation International training courses are intended to provide the general knowledge to perform procedures but is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Reliance on the information in this training course for procedural purposes is to be used at your own risk. If you have questions or concerns, contact a medical professional prior to treatment. AAI is not held responsible or liable for risks involved with this procedure. 

AAI strongly advises each member or student to research their local legislation. It is your sole responsibility to check and clarify all rules and regulations pertaining to your country, state, city, and county if you are planning on performing our training program procedures as a professional. AAI is not held responsible to provide this information and AAI cannot guarantee this information for any person. Please check with your local health department, governing boards, and FDA regulations regarding performance of any AAI course procedure. AAI is not held responsible or liable for legal encounters regarding licensing, regulations, or other legal aspects pertaining to procedural operation.