SCALPAJECT TRAINING- MODULE 4

Product Placement

Placement When Using The Hyaluron Pen        

  



As shown in this diagram, using the needle method, filler is typically injected into the low dermis (corium) and subcutaneous level of skin. The dermis layer of the skin is between the epidermis and subcutaneous tissues. The subcutaneous tissue, which is also known as hypodermis, is the innermost layer of skin. It is made up of fat and connective tissues that contain larger blood vessels and nerves. 


The epidermis of thick skin consists of five layers: stratum basale, stratum spinosum, stratum granulosum, stratum lucidum and stratum corneum. 


With injection of the Hyaluron Pen, it is the epidermis layers of skin that we are mainly dealing with (as shown in diagram). The product is injected with a spray pattern releasing the product into the epidermis region. This spray technique is what gives the enhancement a very smooth and even appearance as it distributes evenly. 

 

Hyaluron Pen Injection vs. Needle Injection 

 

The spray-pattern of the Hyaluron Pen is demonstrated above. Because of this spray-like technique, the time it takes for filler from the Hyaluron Pen method to spread is only 3-7 days. In contrast, the needle injection method can take up 20 days which is why lumps left behind at injection site are more likely.


The diagrams below offer more information on the main differences of the product placements.

The Hyaluron Pen offers much less risk than typical needle injection with its spray-like pattern and entry to the top layer of epidermis. This also means there is less side effects such as bruising and swelling. These are some of the main differences covered in this video. 

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Use of the Hyaluron Pen & Pen Placement

In this lesson we are going to go over the body of the Hyaluron Pen. We will discuss how the pen works, the design and the ampoules we use to inject the product. We will also discuss the additional items needed to complete your procedure from start to finish. Make sure to take notes as we proceed with the visual demonstration. 


• Hyaluron Pen 

• Ampoules 

• ScalpaJECT Hyaluronic Acid Filler Syringe 

• Needle Tip for Filling Ampoule 

• Loading Ampoule 

• Prepping Lips 

• Pen Placement 

• Dispensing Product 

• Removing Ampoule 

• Sterilizing your Pen 

 

Use of Products &Table Setup

In this section we will demonstrate the proper table set up and how to use the additional products you will need for this procedure. 


• Table Towel 

• Metal Tray 

•Hyaluron Pen 

• ScalpaJECT Hyaluronic Acid Filled Ampoules 

• Sharps Disposal Container 

• Alcohol Wipes 

• 4” Cotton Squares 

• Hand Mirror 

• Protective Face Mask 

• Practitioner Gloves 

• Aesthetic Q-Tip 

• Petroleum Jelly  


Setting Up Your Workstation 

Having the proper table set up is key to a successful procedure. This video will show you what you will need at your station before beginning your Hyaluron Pen treatment. Below is a list of products we suggest you purchase. 

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Links to additional items used:

Medical Wipes 

Disinfectant Wipes 

Medical Sharps Disposal Container

Table Towels

Aesthetic Wipes

Wipes to Clean Injection Area

Wipes Dispenser

How To Fill Your Ampules & Loading Your Hyaluron Pen

Step-by-step instruction on how to load your ampoules as well as your Hyaluron Pen are provided in this video. Some key points such as seepage, sterilization, and storing are also covered. Taking these proper steps will ensure successful setup before your client arrives. 

If you are having issues with product overfill and seepage, here is a link to another video to answer any questions you may still have.  

This video is the sole property of SCALPA and is subject to copyright law. Any misuse of this video is subject to a fine up to $500,000. This video is intended for the us of SCALPA Trainees only.


If you have any questions at any time please contact your trainer at trainer@scalpashop.com

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