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*** NEW *** 30G 30mm Micro Cannula Blunt tip for Atraumatic Filler Injections, Flexible, cannulas for deep injections, Painless, Virtually no bruising (Better than Sharp Needle Juvederm, Restylane, Perlane, Sculptra, Radiesse, Belotero)


  1. Virtually no bruising

  2. Considerably less pain

  3.  Minimal downtime

  4.  Single point of entry for wider coverage

  5.  Stimulates new collagen production

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  1. Virtually no bruising
  2. Considerably less pain
  3.  Minimal downtime
  4.  Single point of entry for wider coverage
  5.  Stimulates new collagen production

What is an Acquaderm Microcannula?

A blunt cannula allows blood vessels to be ‘pushed aside’ as the microcannula moves around the tissue under the skin instead of piercing the blood vessels as with traditional needles.

Why is injecting with a Microcannula better than using a sharp needle?

The cannulas are highly advantageous in that they are safer, more accurate, cause virtually no bruising when performed correctly, and do not require any kind of injected anesthesia or blocks in most cases.  The pain, bruising, swelling, and length of the procedure have been significantly reduced with these cannulas.

How many skin punctures are made during the procedure?

Using cannulas will decrease the amount of punctures made into the skin. With only one or two skin entries, almost the entire desired area can be treated.

1. Puncture a hole into the skin

The gauge of the sharp needle needs to be slightly superior to the gauge of the microcannula in use.

2. Insert the tip of the Microcannula into the skin

Follow these tips from our most advanced injectors to guarantee an easy entry into the skin:

Insertion of the tip of the microcannula should be from a 60 to 90-degree angle until the correct depth has been found.
Pinch the skin to create a small drop of blood out of the puncture hole which should help you locate the hole.
Stretch the skin opposite direction with the non-injecting hand to help enlarge the puncture hole.
Place the index finger of the injecting hand close to the tip of the microcannula to help guide the cannula into the skin.

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