How Is Plasma Pen Different To Other Skin Tightening Treatments?
Unlike laser treatment, the interaction of our nitrogen plasma with tissue is non–chromophore dependent. This means our plasma skin tightening treatments are not reliant on interacting with the molecules responsible for colour. Instead, we deliver completely predictable and fully controlled energy to the skin’s architecture and avoid the excessive collateral thermal injury associated with ablative and chromophore dependent laser tissue interaction. With laser, the orientation of new collagen is typically parallel to the surface of the skin but the collagen fibres formed by plasma line up perpendicular to the skin’s surface and this is their normal and most optimal orientation.
In further contrast to lasers and ablative resurfacing; our skin tightening treatment is completely uniform. It does not damage surrounding tissue. The architecture of the skin remains fully intact immediately after our nitrogen plasma is delivered. There’s no thinning of the skin and no open wound.
Unlike microneedling; again there is no open wound and no blood and we benefit from a unique ability to always work at a precise and predictable depth of tissue injury. Dovetailing this with our exclusive 0.2mm and 0.4mm nano-probes and our consistent, on-demand plasma delivery; our skin tightening treatments expedite a rapid healing process with minimal downtime, fast recovery and long-lasting results of around 3 years (with many effects permanent).
Plasma Pen injures tissue precisely and in a far more predictable manner than dermabrasion or chemabrasion and there are no asymmetries or over-corrections. Other skin tightening treatments target either the muscle or epidermal tissue only whereas Plasma Pen treats both the epidermal and dermal tissue in combination and to dramatic effect. We leave very natural and younger looking skin whereas laser treatments and chemical peels can often leave the skin thinner, lighter, pigmented and/or too shiny.
How Do Skin Tightening Treatments Differ To Cosmetic Surgery?
e offer arguably the only skin tightening treatment, outside of surgery, that can be safely performed on the eyelids (non-surgical blepharoplasty). We’re probably the only genuine plasma device capable of safely treating upper and lower eyelids during the same treatment session. Using our device, technicians are actually able to perform most cosmetic surgery procedures with similar effects and outcomes including rhytidectomies, jawline augmentations, neck lifts, browplasties, tummy tucks, brachioplasty and much more. We just do it all in a completely non-surgical and non-invasive way.
Plasma Pen has scores and scores of cosmetic surgeon clients – and they all agree that combining plasma treatment with full aesthetic facial surgery dramatically enhances their own surgical procedures – especially for the forehead, periorbital, midface, perioral and lowerface regions. Plasma Pen skin tightening treatments often mitigate the need for costly and invasive surgery at all.
Are There Any Negatives to Plasma Skin Tightening Treatments?
Plasma Pen skin tightening treatments are affordable, supremely effective and consistent. With Plasma Pen there are little or no untoward effects, minimal pain, no scalpels, no stitches, no scars and no risk of surgical complications. We are able to provide a huge array of multi-faceted treatment applications on top of the standard procedures (including the safe and easy removal of skin blemishes, skin tags and moles, the ability to revise, reduce or soften scars, techniques for improving existing pigmentation and much more).
Best of all, with high-impact and natural looking results with a shelf life of around three years (with many results permanent) versus average skin tightening treatment prices of just £500 per area, then Plasma Pen treatments deliver enormous cost savings plus a raft of tangible, unique and highly desirable benefits compared to the alternatives.
Worst case? It’s massively complimentary to all other treatments. Best case? Our skin tightening treatments are potentially life changing with the capability to blow other treatments out of the water.
What Are The Clinical Outcomes?