Plasma Skin Rejuvenation

Plasma Skin Resurfacing is a “surgery-free” skin enhancement treatment that aims to reveal radiant, younger-looking skin instantly. It helps to fight the aging process by exfoliating old skin and eliminating wrinkles, sun spots, and discoloration. It is a non-ablative procedure and makes your skin heal rapidly.

What Is The Plasma Technology?

Plasma skin regeneration is a non-laser treatment that uses a device to deliver energy in the form of plasma to rejuvenate skin by improving facial lines and wrinkles (rhytides) and skin pigmentation associated with photoageing. The Plasma device is the first non-laser technology approved by the FDA and clinically proven to perform skin resurfacing and regeneration using plasma energy.

How Does It Work?   

The helium gas separates under the action of energy to form a plasma, and the instantaneous release of energy is transmitted to the tissue through the moisture in the skin, and the energy is converted into heat energy, which stimulates a large amount of collagen regeneration, thereby tightening the skin and removing wrinkles. Immediately after the sputum ion reaches the skin, the stored energy is released to the surface of the skin, thereby producing a uniform tissue heat effect on the skin

Benefits of Plasma Skin rejuvenation.

  1. Increased Collagen Production
  2. Reduced Fine Lines and Wrinkles
  3. Tighter, Firmer Skin
  4. Improved Moisture Retention
  5. Enhanced Skin Tone and Texture
  6. Lasting Results

Skin rejuvenation typically takes four treatments, and each of these treatment sessions needs to be spaced four to eight weeks apart. With microneedling enhanced by PRP, you only need five sessions to drastically enhance the appearance of keloid scars. Acne scars can be healed in two to four treatment sessions.

How long does fractional laser last?

Typically 2-5 years, but is subject to the number of treatments you may require, your lifestyle and ageing process. You will age as you would otherwise and your skin will continue to relax as part of the ageing process.

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