We receive hundreds of questions daily, here are just some of those answered in a concrete and totally direct way.
Why haven’t I heard about this before?
Hyaluron Pen is a new category as a procedure. Although being really simple, the device is actually incredibly powerful. Why? Because you can do a great deal with this little tool - it combines approaches that have so far being used in mesotherapy and fillers, plus it is totally safe.
When was it first introduced?
As one should know the technology was nothing new in the device itself. It has been used for inserting insulin for years. However, now from the spring of 2018 it is used to fill in wrinkles and also inject hyaluronic acid mixture into lips. It started steady growth in smaller in beauty aesthetic groups from then on. After larger introductions in the early autumn of 2018, it became widely more popular. The blow-out point was early winter 2018. Everyoung was one of the first developers of Hyaluron Pen, in the end of 2018 many starter follow, the ones that missed their chance to be early innovators often tried to fight it at first, however, are forced to introduce their version in 2019. That is inevitable.
Oh, wait a minute, is it even legal to use this device?
One of the best things when it comes to Hyaluron Pen is simplicity. It is a simple procedure that allows inserting hyaluronic acid into the skin in a very safe manner. When it comes to legal aspects, you of course have to find out your local legislation, however we can say that thousands of people are using int all over the world. In a way, it is a simple moisturizer of the upper layer of dermis that can well be used to enhance the shape and thickness of lips.
What is the difference between the Hyaluron Pen and filler injections?
Well, as a matter of fact, those two belong in different universes that overlap only a tiny bit (even though the part those overlap is blowing out greatly at the moment). Namely, fillers are injections that can have a large effect on the overall look of the human face. The thicker the filler is, the deeper it is injected and the larger and usually also permanent the effect is. When it comes to Hyaluron Pen the fillers that can be used are very liquid and can only be inserted to the upper layer of dermis - Papillary dermis. This means that it only competes with a small category of HA fillers that do the same thing. Whilst being limited when it comes to deeper or subnormal injections (where filler injections are used to achieve results), Hyaluron Pen pretty much dominates in its own category because of its ease of use.
Is it better than Plasma pen?
Once again those two also are a very different beast. When it comes to overall vitalizing of the facial skin, Hyaluron Pen can do a pretty good job. When it comes to wrinkles, it has limitations regarding very superficial wrinkles (caused by the movement of muscles) or very deep wrinkles (usually in the facial skin of truly old clients). With the most common depth according to various wrinkle-rating scales, the Hyaluron Pen does a pretty good job. We can definitely say that the principle technique of increasing the HA contents of the skin works better than rather superficial treatments. And that all concerns just the removal of wrinkles. When it comes to filling the lips, Plasma pen is pretty much useless and Hyaluron Pen dominates totally.
Why is it so popular?
There are three most important reasons why a beauty procedure and device related to that form a new category and become super popular. First, it has to affordable to start with. Every once in a while treatments appear that promise miracles. Sometimes they deliver, sometimes not. However, if the initial investment to try what exactly can be done, is too high, not enough people even care to find out, even fewer start doing it and it will never take off as a new category because not enough clients even start to share their experience. Sooner or later a more affordable alternative comes that knocks it off and achieves massive popularity. Secondly, it has to be possible to start using it without extreme education. If a tool or a solution is affordable, but the person using it has to learn something for years to be licensed to use that, it’s just an obstacle hard to pass. It limits greatly the popularity of such solutions. Thirdly, it has to underpromise and overdeliver. It has to do the job and do it better than the other solutions. In addition to that totally safely. In most cases solve a problem not just enhance something a little bit. As one probably knows, microblading blew out because it ticked all the boxes, so does Hyaluron Pen.
What does it do exactly - make a skin a bit better, smoother?
No, no and no once again. Compared to countless beauty procedures that act as ‘vitamins’ making something a little bit of better, Hyaluron Pen is a ‘penicillin’ type of solution. The client has a problem and Hyaluron Pen solves it elegantly. Some concrete examples? Small and thin lips - usually with a 0.5 ml - 1 ml the problem is solved. Same applies to wrinkles. Heavy and deep smile lines propose a problem - simple. Hyaluron Pen provides a solution that works - wrinkles disappear. Thus in this sense, we can be talking about a concrete problem solver not just another one of those “enhancing” solutions that definitely make something a little bit better, however, does not solve the true problem. When you want a change that can clearly be seen, then we absolutely suggest, you opt in for the Hyaluron Pen.
Is it like botox?
No, it is absolutely not like botox. First of all, Botox is not a filler and it is never injected into lips (however, sometimes some client truly believe that it is). As one should know botox just temporarily cuts off the nerve signals to some muscles and thus limits the movements of those, achieving smoother skin as the wrinkles are now deepened by muscle movement. When it comes to Hyaluron Pen, it delivers very low viscosity, low elasticity filler into lips or facial skin. Two totally different tools that can sometimes solve the same problem. Is one better than the other? Well, not necessarily. As we all just know, injecting botox can be a way more dangerous, if the person is not an absolute professional who has enough medical and aesthetic beauty intervention background.
Is the Hyaluron Pen treatment absolutely safe?
Well, nothing is absolutely safe and even a microblading artist can poke someone’s eye out if she is not careful enough. Still compared to injecting fillers (that the safety of Hyaluron Pen often gets compared to) it is totally 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 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.
Why do you think Everyoung Hyaluron Pen training is better than others Hyaluron Pen trainings?
Everyoung has done beauty training for over a decade. It has experienced great success when it comes to microblading (it owns SharpBrows, etc). The training is well structured and very throughout. At first (in the summer of 2018) it used to be a one day training and then it was changed into a 2 day training because the material that has to be learned is quite large and students were not quite ready to complete 2 procedures (lips and wrinkles) on models at the end of the day. After changing the training format into a 2-day training the results improved greatly. In addition to that Everyoung training is fairly priced. We have hundreds of students and the number is growing fast because the price of a 2-day live training (including the starter kit) is 1299 eur and a complete online training (including the starter kit) costs 599 Eur (shipping included on continental Europe and also when shipping to several other countries).
When it comes to different pens, are there any remarkable differences?
Well, as with the substances all producers praise their product. However, when it comes to quality pen those are all quite similar. The most remarkable differences are in their design and that affects the end result very little. If one knows how to operate the pen, is able to map the lips, quantities, procedure rules, etc, she is well off. On the other hand, if she has a more expensive pen with a different design, the results can be considerably worse if she does not know what she is doing.
What are different fillers, monophasic, biphasic? Which one should I choose and what kind of profit can I make?
That and all other questions are answered on our online training platform… Please contact to find out the exact terms…