A dangerous new at-home “filler” device has recently taken social media by storm and has many medical professionals in the aesthetic community – including the FDA – speaking out against it. Today, we’re talking about #hyaluronpens.
Hyaluron Pens, which can be safely used to administer daily insulin, cortisone, and more, have been alarmingly repurposed to DIY injectables. The needleless device uses highly pressurized air to force counterfeit filler into the lips (or other areas of the face). They pose tremendous risks including swelling, bruising, asymmetries, and vascular occlusion – just to name a few.
Dr. Monasebian sat down with AEDITION to discuss what makes Hyaluron Pens so dangerous and why you should avoid them at all costs.
Click the link below to learn more about the dangers of this new fad and why you should have your facial fillers and injectables performed by a board-certified plastic surgeon such as Dr. Monasebian who has safely performed thousands of facial injections.