no needle dermal filler

What is hyaluron pen?

Hyaluron Pen is the newest technology of injecting Dermal Fillers without a needle.

The purpose of the treatment is to inject Hyaluronic Acid to build volume of lips or reduce appearance of wrinkles.

This no needle treatment deposits Hyaluron Acid just under the top layer of skin to plump and rejuvenate with no pain or paralysarion. The Diameter of this flow is 0.17 mm and is twice as small as a diabetic pens, making this treatment safer than injections. 





Symmetrical and full lips are a feature of youthful attractiveness. Lips reach their fullness around our early twenties. As we age, natural substances that provide the skin with structure and volume, such as collagen and hyaluronic acid, decrease. This, along with environmental factors such as exposure to sun damage, smoking, etc., all contributes to how our lips age and form wrinkles. Over time the corners of the mouth also begin to droop resulting in the mouth frown. The shape of the upper lip known as the Cupid’s bow begins to flatten out and we start to lose the appearance of having full lips and volume.

Other areas of the face that can be treated effectively with the Hyaluron Pen – No Needle Dermal Filler are Nasolabial Folds and Marionette Lines or Forehead wrinkles. 


Whether you want to reduce wrinkles or augment your lips size, Hyaluron Pen is the best treatment to have.

How does Hyaluron Pen work? 

The pen works with spring and piston, which allow, under pressure, quick an even delivery of serum (Hyaluron Acid) under the skin through a hole with a diameter of 0.17mm, which is two times smaller than the needle thickness for injection. Serums are absorved much better and faster than the introduction of a needle. 



What is Hyaluron Acid?

One of the reasons the procedure is simple and the substance inserted into the skin is safe is that the human body produces the exact same acid, that is actually composed of two sugars (Glucuronic acid and N-acetylglucosamine).


Hyaluronic Acid exists in the human body (joints, eyeballs, skin). Hyaluronic Acid produced by the body itself exists in the Epidermis and Dermis layers of the skin and one of its main functions is to keep water inside the skin tissue (being part of the collagen fibre network in Dermis).  The more Hyaluronic Acid there is inside the Epidermis and more importantly the Dermis layer of the skin, the more water is retained in the skin, the moister it is and the more youthful it looks. 



from £90

£90 – pro 1ml Hyaluron

£170 – pro 1ml Hyaluron

HYALURON PEN Nasolabial Folds /or Forehead wrinkles

from £90

£90 – pro 0.5ml Hyaluron

£170 – pro 1ml Hyaluron

HYALURON PEN Marionette Lines

from £90

 £90 – pro 0.5ml Hyaluron

£170 – pro 1ml Hyaluron

Please note:  Full lips take multiple session and time to achieve (Rome wasn’t built in a day) so you will need a few treatments to get desired result.



  • Be prepared for little reddness, swelling and /or bruising on your lip/mouth  area or facial skin that may occur after the procedure. Different types of skin react differently to the procedure so keep that in mind when making plans for the next couple of hours/days after your treatment. 

  • Scrub the night/week heading up to your lip procedure. Use a lip/sugar scrub (sugar and coconut oil) to gently exfoliate your lips and keep them hydrated with a balm.

  • Consuming alcohol 24 hours before the procedure should be avoided!

  • If you previously had a cold sore before, you will need to get an antiviral medication from your doctor.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        The following procedures should not be performed for a minimum of 7 days before Hyaluron Pen:

    • Waxing
    • Electrolysis
    • Laser treatments (any kind)
    • Injections (Collagen & BOTOX or Silicone )
    • Chemical peels (any kind)



The more you know about the process the easier it is for you. Basically, the healing process can be divided into 3 stages:
1. Healing of the irritation on the surface of the layers of the skin.
2. Changes in the shape and thickness of skin.
3. Achieving of the stable new state.
During the 2-4 weeks after the procedure, you will experience all these phases.
  • Be gentle to your lips & keep them hydrated at all times. Every 30 mins check and apply lip balm.

  • The apperiance of brusing lasts usually 2 to 3 days but can last up to 7 days.

  • You can ice the area 10 mins on, 10 mins off for the first 24 hours. This will help reduce bruising and swelling.

  • Swelling an bruising is normal and the area treated may feel warm (apply ice).

  • Follow up / Additonal treatment in 3 to 4 weeks

The following procedures should not be performed for a minimum of 7 days after Hyaluron Pen:
  • Excessive sweating 
  • Scrubs or exfoliants
  • Spicy foods and using straw
  • Using lipstick and lip gloss
  • Electrolysis treatment
  • Sauna for 2 weeks
  • Injections (Collagen & BOTOX) for 2 weeks
  • Laser treatments (any kind)
  • Facials or masks
  • Chemical peels (any kind)


Viruses such as colds, cold sores
Viruses such as colds, cold sores
Tend to develop hypertrophic scarring (keloid)
open sores
Facial cancer
facial cancer
Unstable blood pressure
unstable blood pressure
Bacterial infections such as impetigo
Bacterial infections such as impetigo
Tooth abscess
tooth abscess
Recent head injury
recent head injury
Allergy for Hyaluronic Acids or severe allergy
Fresh bruising
fresh bruising
broken jaw or other facial bone
Under 18 years old
recent neck injury

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Questions and Answers

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 clients truly believe that it is). Botox just temporarily cuts off the nerve signals to some muscles therefore limiting 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 lot more dangerous if the person is not an absolute professional who has enough medical and aesthetic beauty intervention background.

No – Hyaluronic fillers do not stimulate collagen production at all; they just temporarily enter the skin and are then absorbed. Therefore fillers used with Hyaluron Pen should be called non-permanent.

The two belong in different categories that overlap only a tiny bit. 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 more 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 the dermis –  the 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.

It is a needle-free system that uses high enough pressure for a fine stream of hyaluronic acid filler to go into the skin.

There is a little discomfort, but no pain.

As with all treatment procedures, there is always a risk, however it is minimal with the Hyaluron Pen. Some clients might experience swelling, bruising or blood spot right after the treatment.