What is Plasma Pen?2019-05-03T09:02:31+01:00

Very simply, our device is able to significantly tighten, lift, resurface, rejuvenate and regenerate practically any area of the skin. It is a cost-effective & highly compelling alternative to all other medi-aesthetic procedures you may know – including injectables, fillers, microneedling, laser, mesotherapy, dermabrasion and chemabrasion and most (if not all) elective cosmetic surgery procedures.

What Is Plasma?

While often described as the fourth state of matter, plasma is actually a gas. Unlike ordinary neutral gases though, plasma is made up of positively charged and ionised molecules which are able to roam freely and fast. Plasma gas is thus able to do things that ordinary gases simply cannot do such as conduct electricity, create magnetic fields and enable electrostatic interactions. Plasma gases exhibit coherent, collective qualities that neutral gases don’t and this makes them dynamic yet controllable. 

We see plasma in action all the time – plasma televisions and neon signs are both good examples. In the case of Plasma TV’s, a gas such as argon is injected between two glass panels and an electrical current is passed through the gas enabling it to glow and emit specific colours. The science behind plasma goes back well over a century to people like Tesla so we didn’t invent it. Nor were we the first ones to commercialise it. We have however miniaturised and perfected it.

How We Create Plasma

In simple terms; our Plasma Pen handpiece converts electrical energy into an electrostatic energy to create artificial nitrogen plasma.

Inside our device, an electrical discharge is made by introducing voltage between two electrodes separated by a “dielectric barrier”. As the charge collects on the surface of the barrier; a gaseous flash/arc of ionized plasma gas is safely released from about 1mm above the skin. Ultimately, our device is heating and subjecting neutral atmospheric gases (in our case oxygen and nitrogen) to electromagnetism to create an electrically conductive cloud of ionized gas. We transmit that energized plasma in its gaseous form (nitrogen plasma), in a non-contact way, to the skins surface from above.

This nitrogen plasma energy we create transfers rapidly to the skins epidermal layer whilst, simultaneously, heating and disrupting the deeper dermal structure via thermal conduction.

We can sustain our nitrogen plasma discharge for as long as we like thanks both to our continuous AC power source and our devices fingertip, on-demand control. Multiple failsafes within the device ensure that if we touch the skin or are too far away from it then the creation and delivery of plasma immediately ceases.

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