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Senior investigative producer Leslie Marcus takes a look at how some people are taking facial injections into their own hands. She shares the trend of people buying injections off foreign websites that are not FDA approved and may even be counterfeit. Leslie found a private Facebook group where thousands of women were sharing tips and techniques on how to inject their own faces, perform their own lasers and do their own blood facials. Leslie shares that a popular product is the Hyaluron pen, which is a filler device that uses high pressure to shoot hyaluronic acid into your face. Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra shares that this device carries a lot of risk.