This is a needleless tool adapted to dispense Hyaluronic Acid or the serum of your choosing into the epidermal and dermal layers of the skin. Since this is a needleless process, the skin is punctured using high pressure air to turn the hyaluronic acid into nanoscale molecules. The use of high pressure air allows for smooth and even distribution into the skin  The HA pen can reach to the fifth layer of the skin's epidermis.

  • What is Hyaluronic Acid?

Hyaluronic Acid is glycosaminoglycan which is important for your body's wound healing process. HA is a substance readily found in our skin and in many parts of our body, it is classified as a Hydrophilic “water loving” molecule. This sugar molecule is capable of retaining 1000x its weight in water, so in better terms, the more water you consume the more your skin will stay plumped up and hydrated which = best results!

As we age, we begin to have sagging skin and wrinkles. Using HA it attracts water to our skin cells providing us with a more youthful hydrated look! Hyaluronic acid is extremely safe, it can be directly injected into the eye during surgical procedures.

Another awesome thing about HA is that it is capable of lubricating joints. ​


  • History

A little background knowledge: The hyaluron pen has been around for decades, this tool was created to combat needle phobias, as well as injecting insulin.


  •  Longevity of HA

Anywhere from 4-12+ weeks depending on the person. If you are consistent with getting a treatment done every 2-3 weeks until desired look, then just maintenance once or twice a year depending on how your body metabolizes.


  •  Reactions \ functions of HA

With any procedure you can always encounter risk, the great thing about the hyaluron pen is that your chance of encountering any risks is minimal to none. Since the product being placed in your skin is already found in your body, there is zero percent chance of having an allergic reaction. This is also a non invasive needless treatment which means you cannot have tissue damage or scarring from a needle.