What's the Difference Between the Hyaluron Pen, Plasma Fibroblast and Microneedling Treatment?
So you're interested in taking a class but not sure which one is right for you? Read on to learn the difference between the hyaluron pen, plasma fibroblast and microneedling procedures.
The hyaluron pen infuses hyaluronic acid into the lips or other areas of the face to add volume. The plasma fibroblast treatment uses a device that harnesses plasma energy to create a boost in fibroblast activity without ever touching a needle to the skin. The heat generated from the plasma pen means you'll see firmer skin, less wrinkles and better skin texture. The plasma fibroblast procedure requires downtime and a numbing cream while the hyaluron pen is painless and requires no downtime.
Microneedling involves needles that actually pierce the skin. There is no heat involved in using a microneedling pen and it can be performed on all skin colors safely.
Plasma fibroblast is safer on skin tones with less melanin content, Fitzpatrick Skin Type I-III. Type IV and V would require a patch test to see how the skin responds. Plasma fibroblast treatments should not be performed on Type VI. The hyaluron pen and microneedling are safe for all skin tones. Are you interested in learning about these cutting edge aesthetic treatments? Check out our convenient online courses today!