Needless Injections
Fat Dissolving & Volumizing 

What is No-Needle Fat Dissolving?
The hyaluron pen is a needle-free system that uses air pressure to bring fat dissolve products into the skin in a non-invasive way with NO needles! Besides this method of entry, it works exactly the same as fat dissolving injections, which you may be more familiar with.
This is a completely safe treatment and is great for those with needle phobias, no anaesthetic is required and most importantly no complications.
How does fat-dissolving work?
This is a revolutionary technique that can dissolve local fat. It reduces unflattering and stubborn areas of fat and cellulite without the need for liposuction or surgery. It works by hydrolysing the wall of the fat cell and therefore making it release its lipid content. It can be used almost anywhere in the body.
The treatments are done every 20 days until the desired result is achieved. On average 3-5 sessions are required depending on the volume of the fat deposit. Whether you are interested in reducing some local fat around your waist, chin, arms or thighs or a bodybuilder who is looking for a more defined six-pack, fat dissolving treatments may be the answer to get you one step closer to your goal.
Areas treated with the no-needle fat dissolve
  • Tummy
  • Love handles
  • Arms
  • Thighs
  • Chin
How long does it take for fat dissolving injections to work?
The swelling will usually go down within 48 hours but can take up to a week. For best results, three to five treatments one month apart are recommended. It is important to explain that as with many other cosmetic treatments, “it takes up to six weeks for you to notice the effects.
Does this treatment hurt?
Usually this treatment is very uncomfortable as with any treatments that involve needles. However this is where the hyaluron pen excels. Pain is minimal with Charlotte’s Studio Beauty’s fat dissolving treatments but more important there is far less risk due to no trauma to the skin.
Hyapen needleless lipolysis works by hydrolysing the wall of the fat cell and therefore making it release its lipid content. It can be used almost anywhere in the body.
The treatments are done every 20 days until the desired result is achieved. On average 3-5 sessions are required depending on the volume of the fat deposit. Whether you are interested in reducing some local fat around your waist, or a bodybuilder who is looking for a more defined six pack, fat dissolving treatments may be the answer to get you one step closer to your goal.

20 days break is required between each treatment to give your liver a break and not overload it.

The product used is created to help you reduce fat deposits thanks to the solvent-like properties of deoxycholic acid. The product contains phosphatidylcholine that emulsifies the solid fat turning it into a fluid water-fat or oily water solution that is far easier to metabolise and flush out of the system. It is a safe alternative to liposuction.

It is recommended to drink at least 2 liters of water a day to flush the fat out and to have healthy diet.

Hyaluron Pen Procedures

-Without anesthesia;
-Without pain or mild;
-Safely and Sterilely Injected
The pring and special piston, allow under pressure, quickly and evenly to enter the drug under the skin through a microscopic hole with diameter of 0.17mm, which is 2 TIMES LESS than the thickness of the needle for injection.
Applications With Hyaluron Pen Include:
-Lip Augmentation
-Wrinkle Filling
-Lipolytic Treatment

To understand the work of serums and their components, we will study the structure of the skin. The skin consists of three component departments;
Epidermis is the top and visible layer of the skin. With a thickness of about 0.07-0.12mm (the thickness of film or a sheet of paper). It is in the layer that the serums work, since only drug introduced is in the form of injections it can penetrate deeper.
5 Layers of the epidermis
-Stratum Corneum
-Stratum Lucidum
-Stratum Granulosum
-Stratum Spinosum
-Stratum Basale
1. Stratum Basale or Basal Layer
The deepest layer of the epidermis is called the stratum basale, sometimes called the stratum germinativum. This is where stem cells are located. Because this layer is the innermost layer, many topical products that you apply to the surface of your skin cannot reach this layer and have an effect. That is why applying stem cells to your skin’s surface is a waste of time – the uppermost layers of the skin prevent large compounds like stem cells from reaching this deep layer.
The basal layer is where new skin cells known as “keratinocytes” are “born.” As they are produced, these new cells travel upward, pushing existing older cells even higher in a process known as “keratinization”. Eventually, these skin cells reach the outer layer of your skin, where they push off dead, flaky cells and replace them. This process can take 26-40 days and is affected by age, genetics, hydration and cosmeceutical products.
Two other types of cells are also found here: Merkel cells and melanocytes. Merkel cells are receptors that send messages to your brain that get translated as your sense of touch. You have lots of these cells on the palms of your hands and the soles of your feet. Melanocytes produce melanin, which is the pigment that gives your skin and hair their color.
Overactive melanocytes produce too much melanin and can lead to uneven skin pigmentation.
2. Stratum Spinosum or the Spiny layer
This layer gives the epidermis its strength. Like its name suggests, the stratum spinosum contains spiny protrusions that hold the cells tightly together to prevent your skin from tearing and blistering.
3. Stratum Granulosum or the Granular Layer
This important layer has tiny granules full of components that are produced by skin cells and packaged in the granules. Keratin, which is what gives your strength, is packaged in little keratohyalin granules. Epidermal skin cells are named “keratinocytes” because they produce keratin. The keratinocytes in this layer also produce lipids and natural moisturizing factor (NMF) that make your skin waterproof and help it to hold onto moisture. The lipids, proteins, and natural moisturizing factors are produced in this layer inside “keratohyalin granules.” These granules are produced by keratinocytes in the granular layer. It’s called the granular layer because of the presence of these granules.
In the upper layers of the epidermis (stratum lucidum and stratum corneum), the granules break open to release their contents into the space between the cells. This bathes the stratum lucidum and the stratum corneum with important lipids that make up the skin barrier and many protective proteins. Overuse of hydroxy acids, retinoids, and other exfoliating ingredients can damage this important layer.
4. Stratum Lucidum
The stratum lucidum gets its name from the fact that the granules are no longer there, so the cells look clear or lucid. This thin layer of cells is found only in the thick skin on the palms of your hands and fingers and the soles of your feet.
5. Stratum Corneum
This is the outermost layer of the epidermis and is therefore exposed to the atmosphere outside of your body. There are usually 15 to 30 layers of cells in the stratum corneum, which play an important protective role. The cells in this layer helps to prevent bacteria, viruses, and fungi from penetrating to deeper layers of skin, as well as provide protection against abrasion and friction for the more delicate underlying layers. This is the layer that makes the skin feel rough when it is dry.
The “skin barrier” that prevents evaporation of water is also located here. The entire stratum corneum layer is replaced with new cells in a process known as desquamation. New cells travel up from the basale layer where they are made and push out the old, lackluster cells on the surface. This process usually takes about four weeks. Cosmetic procedures like microdermabrasion smooth the surface of this layer, which makes skin reflect light and look more radiant.
Intradermal injections of active substances these include vitamins, hyaluronic acid, and phospholipids.
What is mesotherapy?
Mesotherapy is a technique that uses injections of vitamins, enzymes, hormones, and plant extracts to rejuvenate and tighten skin, as well as remove excess fat.
Michel Pistor, a doctor in France, developed the technique in 1952. It was originally used to relieve pain. In the years since, it has gained popularity in the United States and other parts of the world.
Today, mesotherapy is used to:
  • remove fat in areas like the stomach, thighs, buttocks, hips, legs, arms, and face
  • reduce cellulite
  • fade wrinkles and lines
  • tighten loose skin
  • recontour the body
  • lighten pigmented skin
  • treat alopecia, a condition that causes hair loss
The technique uses very fine needles to deliver a series of injections into the middle layer (mesoderm) of skin. The idea behind mesotherapy is that it corrects underlying issues like poor circulation and inflammation that cause skin damage.
How do you prepare?
You’ll meet with the doctor ahead of time to find out what to expect. You might have to avoid aspirin (Bufferin) and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) for one week before the procedure. These pain relievers can increase your risk of bleeding and bruising during mesotherapy.
What happens during your appointment?
During each session, you may or may not have numbing medicine applied to your skin. You’ll get a series of injections using a special short needle. The needle may be attached to a mechanical gun to deliver many injections in a row.
The injections can be given at different depths — from 1 to 4 millimeters into your skin — depending on what condition you’re having treated. Your doctor may place the needle into your skin at an angle, or flick their wrist very quickly while injecting. Each injection may only place a tiny drop of the solution into your skin.
You’ll probably need several mesotherapy sessions to get the desired effect. You should expect to return to the doctor between 3 to 15 times. At first, you’ll get the injections every 7 to 10 days. If your skin starts to improve, the treatments will be stretched out to once every two weeks or once a month.

Face Mesotherapy is indicated in the following cases:
  1. Prevention of facial skin aging
  2. Fine lines and other signs of skin aging
  3. Atrophic, hypertrophic and keloid scars
  4. Porous and oily skin
  5. Rosacea
  6. Aggravation of acne
  7. Alopecia
  8. preparation for mechanical or chemical peeling or laser grinding, as well as recovery after these procedures.
  1. Skin Disease
  2. Chronic Renal Failure
  3. Nephropathy
  4. Chronic Vascular Pathology
  5. Third Trimester of Pregnancy
  6. Gallstone Disease
  7. Acute Fever
  8. Blood clotting and those with either disease or because of taking anticoagulants. 
These Cosmetic injections contain special chemical compounds of peptides and recombinant proteins. It is these substances that constantly renew the skin at the cellular level. it’s regeneration and rapid recovery, nutrition of the dermis cells.
Peptide Compounds of cosmetic line are the exact copy of natural human peptides, provide full biocompatibility and do not cause allergic reactions. It is approved by the CTFA, meets quality standards and patented in all countries around the world.

Biorevitalization is also performed with the hyaluron pen. Biorevitalization is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures for rejuvenation of skin tissues. Restoration of the natural level of hyaluronic acid. To do this, small doses of the drug are injected into the skin tissue, the basis of which is hyaluronic acid
The result of the biorevitalization facial after the procedure, the level of hyaluronic acid is restored in the tissues, and with it the hydrobalance of the skin. In addition, after the procedure increases the production of collagen and elastin fibers, which are responsible for the elasticity of the skin. Therefore, with the help of biorevitalization, you can “push” the inevitable aging process. This is a four step process. Results are immediate, but to achieve maximum results, 4 treatments are necessary. You are able to do 1 treatment a month. The hyaluron pen has been popular across Europe and is considered a European technique for well over a decade. Not just anyone can offer this service. This is considered body art as your skin is being broken. Although you do not need a medical license to operate this device, you do need to be licensed. Body artist are licensed to do piercings, tattoos, and permanent makeup. Body artists and Estheticians are trained to maintain high standards in their working environment. As the hyaluron pen becomes more popular, it’s important to do your research and find a reputable service provider that not only is experienced with the hyaluron pen but operates a safe environment. Consumers are able to purchase the hyaluron pen and products themselves but it is very difficult to give yourself injections as it is like an airgun and you need resistance to hold your skin taut. It can be extremely difficult to hold the gun and your skin at the same time. The hyaluron pen does have a kick to it and it can be extremely painful if you have incorrect settings. Considering the difficulty and training/experience involved, the hyaluron pen is not designed for home use. Your hyaluron pen artist should have extensive training and should be certified by a reputable company. Results are guaranteed to last anywhere to 9 to 12 months. With experience, proper training and expertise with the hyaluron pen by an esthetician it  has yielded beautiful results that have clients coming back for addition services with the hyaluron pen. 
  1. Divide the face into zones
  2. One injection of 3-5 divisions
  3. The distance and points of administration is 1-1.5 cm
  4. After procedure apply soothing cream
The average course consists of 4 sessions. The amount may vary in one direction or another depending on the individual characteristics of the clients dermis. To obtain a rejuvenation effect, it is necessary to perform the entire course of biorevitalization. Mature skin are usually assigned a greater initial number of sessions than those younger. Subsequently, the procedure should be repeated about once every 3-4 months.

Selection of Hyaluronic Acid
Fillers, which are based on hyaluronic, being on the class of biodegradable fillers, that is, those that eventually dissolve. They are most natural.
2 Types of fillers:
  1. Monophase filler-composed of H.A with the same molecule size
  2. Bi-Phase Filler-composed of H.A with different molecular size, which gives the filing a firmer texture.
Biodegradable fillers are all drugs that contain polymer gels. The density of the drugs containing H.A:
  1. from 0,1%-0.9% all meso drugs;
  2. 1-1.5% bio-revitalisation, bio-reparants;
  3. 1.6-2.5% fillers
Line of Drugs (HyaFillia Brand)
  1. Hyafilia Petit-used to correct shallow and superficial wrinkles
  2. “” Classic-used for the treatment of wrinkles, average severity, to increase lip volume
  3. “” Grand-The densest drug in the series to increase volume in cheekbones, chin, cheeks, and lips
-The grand of medium intensity is used filling of nasolabial wrinkles. At each point 0.05 (5 divisions)
it is prohibited to work close to the wings of the nose and near the corners of the lips (danger zone)
The volume of the drug may vary from the desired result. Most often the device, Hyaluron pen for 1 injection is administered from 3-10 divisions drugs. 0.03-1 ml.
To correct other areas for 1 injection is also introduced from 3-10 divisions of the drug (0.03-1ml)
It is prohibited to work in the area of the mucous membrane!
Correction is carried out in 2 weeks after the initial procedure. After the procedure, carefully knead the drug with your fingers. With the introduction of the filler in the lips of the ongoing tension of the skin in the area of injection.
Various Divisions in different Areas:
Biorevitalization- We Rotate 1-2 divisions
Lips- ‘’2-3 divisions
Chin- ‘’3-4 divisions
Nasolabial fold- We can enter 2-3 divisions in one shot, a more dense filler within the wrinkle/line, but filler density
cannot be higher than 24 mg/ml. For Nasolabial Folds it takes 0.05 to 1 milliliter of filler
-If bruises or hematoma appear three-mol cream of Arnica based gel can be applied 3-4 time a day
until bruises disappear
Note: If at any time there is a case of a hematoma of Lips we apply heparin ointment, cover with pellicle and leave for 2 hours, so the bruise will fade away, 
If during the procedure there is a hematoma drip adrenaline on cotton and apply to hematoma so it will disappear faster and shrink. We do not use very dense filler. No more than 24 mg/ml
During a repeat do not use a different brand of filler for  3-4 months
If client is in menstrual cycle it is advised that clients avoid treatment during their cycle

Hyaluron Pen - simple and widely used device, now with a unique novel approach.
Although the device itself has been in use for decades, now it has also become very useful in the beauty industry. Please keep in mind that all the information on this page is just informative and the owner of the site does not take any responsibility regarding how you operate with knowledge.
Why haven’t I heard about this before?
Hyaluron Pen is a new category as a beauty procedure. Although being really simple, the device is actually incredibly multifunctional. Why? Because you can do a great deal with this little tool - it combines approaches that have so far being used in other fields.
When was it first introduced?
As one should know the technology was nothing new in the device itself. The basic principle has been used for inserting insulin for years. However, now it is used to hydrate skin, correct wrinkles and also moisturise. 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 autumn 2018.
Oh, wait a minute, is it even legal to use this device?
One of the best things when it comes to Hyaluron Pen is simplicity. It is a simple procedure that allows inserting hyaluronic acid into the very upper layer of skin in a very safe manner. When it comes to legal aspects, you of course have to find out your local legislation. Everyone must clarify the rules and regulations in her specific perspective location of providing the service. As stated all over this site, we take no responsibility regarding how you use this information, we urge you to contact local fiscal health officers regarding that treatment and the device.
Is the Hyaluron Pen treatment absolutely safe?
Well, nothing is absolutely safe and even a microblading artist can poke someone’s eye out if she is not careful enough. Still compared to injecting fillers (that the safety of Hyaluron Pen often gets compared to) it is totally safe. Why? Well, the most terrible problems with injections come, as we all know from blocked blood vessels to which an unfortunate treatment provider has injected some filler. For example, filling some large enough artery with thick enough substance can restrict some Oxygen movement to eyes and actually cause temporary or permanent blindness in the worst case. With Hyaluron Pen it is anatomically impossible to inject the substance even close the same way, thus there are no such risks.
What is the difference between the Hyaluron Pen and filler injections?
Well, as a matter of fact, those two belong in different universes 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 also 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 skin. This means that it only competes with a small category of HA fillers (mostly moisturizing) 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 is good for the very superficial cosmetic procedures.
Is it better than Plasma pen?
Once again those two also are a very different devices. When it comes to overall vitalizing of the facial skin, Hyaluron 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 Hyaluron 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 many other treatments. And that all concerns just the removal of wrinkles.
What does it do exactly - make a skin a bit better, smoother?
No, no and no once again. Compared to countless beauty procedures that act as ‘vitamins’ making something a little bit of better, Hyaluron Pen is a different type of solution. The client has a problem and Hyaluron Pen solves it elegantly - i.e. wrinkles. Heavy and deep smile lines propose a problem - simple. Hyaluron Pen provides a solution that works - wrinkles disappear. Thus in this sense, we can be talking about a concrete problem solver not just another one of those “enhancing” solutions that definitely make something a little bit better, however, does not solve the true problem. When you want a change that can clearly be seen, then we absolutely suggest, you opt in for the Hyaluron Pen.
Is it like botox?
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 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 way more dangerous, if the person is not an absolute professional who has enough medical and aesthetic beauty intervention background.
Why do you think Everyoung Hyaluron Pen training is better than others Hyaluron Pen trainings?
Everyoung has done beauty training for over a decade. It has experienced great success when it comes to microblading. The training is well structured and very throughout. At first (in the summer of 2018) it used to be a one day training and then it was changed into a 2 day training because the material that has to be learned is quite large and students were not quite ready to complete 2 procedures (lips and wrinkles) on models at the end of the day. Then the online training system was launched and that allowed to provide the material of the first training day online and the live training could be carried out during one day, again. After launching the online training system, the results have improved greatly. In addition to that Everyoung training is fairly priced.
When it comes to different pens, are there any remarkable differences?
Well, as with the substances all producers praise their product. However, when it comes to quality pen those are all quite similar. The most remarkable differences are in their design and that affects the end result very little. If one knows how to operate the pen, is able to map the lips, quantities, procedure rules, etc, she is well off. On the other hand, if she has a more expensive pen with a different design, the results can be considerably worse if she does not know what she is doing.


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Areas treated – Fat dissolve


Love handles



Fat dissolving with mesolipo is done by using the hyaluron pen. There are no needles involved in this procedure, however, due to the active ingredients you will feel some burning.