Here's a step by step guide
The gauge of the sharp needle needs to be slightly superior to the gauge of the microcannula in use.
Use the length of the Microcannula as a point of reference to where to make the hole.
Follow these tips from our most advanced injectors to guarantee an easy entry into the skin:
A tip from Dr. Rajani: If you want to remain superficial, by pushing the cannula against the skin, The cannula bends and the tip goes back up.
As you are entering the skin, rotate the cannula tangentially to the skin surface using the flexibility of the microcannula.
If any resistance is encountered, go back and forth without forcing.
Start injecting while pulling the length of the microcannula in and out of the skin. To change direction, pull the cannula out of the skin almost entirely, back to step two (leaving the tip at the desired depth).
You can fan the area 360 degrees around the hole.
It's recommended to massage the skin after the injection to make sure the filler has been evenly distributed.
You can use our Post-Injection anti-bruising massage cream, PostFill, available here.