Collection: Plasma Skin Tightening

Plasma Skin Tightening's (also known as fibroblast) premise is to get rid of sagging tissue by the means of sublimation at a very superficial level. It works by utilizing the voltage in the air between its tip and the natural gasses emitted from just above the skin to form a true “plasma” (ionized gas) charge. This tiny arc of electricity shortens, contracts and tightens targeted skin tissue instantly. Since we're causing damage to the skin in very small amounts, this stimulates the fibroblasts in the skin to produce more collagen cells. Helping the skin look much younger and rejuvenated. When carbon crusts fall, what we see is brand new skin! It is highly effective and a remarkable holistic alternative to traditional laser and standard cosmetic surgery. Just imagine, there is no cutting, stitching, bruising, traditional anesthesia, bleeding, thinned out skin, or an “overly pulled distorted” look to the face with this method.  Not only is this a safer choice for your rejuvenation, it is also much more affordable than costly alternatives.

Improvements are visible immediately, but final results will be seen after ten weeks. The number of procedures needed per person vary according to the are being treated, skin laxity, and individuals age and response to the treatment. However, most are satisfied with a total of one to three procedures per site.

Conditions effectively treated

  • Sagging Upper Eyelids
  • Under Eye Smoothing and Crows Feet
  • Forehead Lines & Frown Lines
  • Neck Lifting and Tightening
  • Wrinkles around the Mouth
  • Fine Lines anywhere on the Face
  • Sagging Skin anywhere on the Face
  • Stomach Tightening

Ideal Candidate for Best Results

The clients that benefit the most from this treatment are people with sagging skin (excess tissue). The more excess tissue, the better the results. Young people do not benefit from plasma skin tightening when it comes to tightening skin. However, we can reduce, even eliminate wrinkles present in their face. Young women use it for preventive purposes when fine lines start to develop.

General Eligibility Factors 

Pregnancy/ Nursing: No treatment for prevention

Diabetes: Ok if treated

High blood pressure: Ok if treated

Cancer patients: Ask physician

Types V and VI in Fitzpatrick scale have a risk of hyper pigmentation

Patients with keloid tendency: No treatment

Clients with pacemaker: Consult with manufacturer

Botox & fillers: Should be applied 30 days before or after

Clients with Psoriasis, Rosacea, Seborrheic Dermatitis, and Erysipelas: No treatment

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