The Hyaluronic Pen is The Better Body Shop, LLC's newest service available for the lips' natural
enhancement. This needleless and painless procedure is sure to please your desire for fuller
lips. Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a natural sugar found in our bodies. This water-absorbing molecule gives us
the ability to hold water in our skin, which keeps us hydrated. The hydration from HA allows for
the plumping of collagen and improving the appearance of the skin. Hyaluronic acid has an organic presence
within our body’s connective tissue and even within the delicate parts of our body, such as our eyes. HA
also forms between our joints to create both cushion and lubrication need for daily mobility.
We offer two types of Hyaluronic Acid:
Type A: We use it for the treatment and correction of facial lines and volume. Using this type of Hyaluronic
acid aids in improving facial wrinkles and can be used in lip enhancement.
Type B: We use this type to achieve longer-lasting results, this type of Hyaluronic acid can only be used
for lip enhancement and not the face.
Frequency Asked Questions
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF THE HYALURONIC PEN?
Results are instant and can be maintained with drinking water
Little to NO bruising
Minimal to NO swelling
Reduce the risk of scarring or tissue damage
Smooth and more natural-appearing results
No need for numbing agents
Minimal to No bleeding
Quick 20 -30 minute in-office procedure
HOW DOES THE HYALURONIC PEN WORK?
This quick needleless pen uses high-pressure airflow to evenly distribute HA to the area of treatment.
The use of natural airflow allows HA to be smooth and even disturbed in treatment.
HOW LONG IS THE TREATMENT AND HOW MANY SHOULD I HAVE?
Typical treatment results can last anywhere from 1-3 months. However, the more sessions you receive
the long-lasting the results. Proper and sufficient hydration will also increase the longevity of results
CAN ANYONE HAVE THE TREATMENT DONE?
Good candidates for the Hyaluronic Pen are generally healthy people. If you have a pacemaker,
cardiac/vascular disease, liver disease, an endocrine disorder, blood clot disorder, cancer and-or
pregnancy to name a few; these conditions are considered contraindicated and are not recommended.