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.
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. Admire Beauty Academy was one of the first developers of Hyaluron Pen (a.k.a The Blooming Pen), in the end of 2018 many started to 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.
Once again those two also are a very different beast. When it comes to overall vitalizing of the facial skin, the Blooming 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 Blooming 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
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 the Blooming 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.
While the Hyaluron Pen procedure doesn’t involve needles, the treatment still consists of injecting a product under the skin. It is therefore not without side effects. Although minimal, some recovery time is necessary before noticing the final results.
Some slight bruising and swelling is a natural side effect of the procedure, which is why it is important to ice the region right after the treatment. This reaction might last for 3 to 4 days before subsiding.
These kinds of injections are rather low maintenance. However, it is recommended to softly massage the treated region every day with moisturizer in order to promote even distribution.
Sun exposure and, in the case of lip injections, very hot or cold drinks should be avoided for a duration of 48hrs following the procedure.