Ask the trainers: Plasma Pen’s most popular treatments

Ask the Trainers - Plasma Pen's most popular treatments

One of the questions we are most often asked about is what are our Plasma Pen technician’s most popular treatments? When you are trained in the art of delivering Plasma Pen treatments, you are suddenly able to offer a vast array of different skin treatments, including jaw augmentation, non-surgical blepharoplasty, skin-tightening therapies and spray facials. We spoke to Julie Newman-Seunarayan, self-proclaimed facial architect and Master Trainer for Plasma Pen, to find out more.

Hi Julie, what are the most popular Plasma Pen treatments at your clinic?

Hi Plasma Pen team! The most popular Plasma Pen treatments at my clinic, Beauty on Demand are:

  • Upper and lower non-surgical blepharoplasty
  • Lower facelifts
  • Neck-tightening treatments
  • Plasma peels
  • Skin lesion removals
  • Plasmaporation facials

These treatments work to reduce signs of ageing, such as wrinkles and sagging, and the Plasma peel works to resurface skin blighted by acne scars. Plasmaporation facial is a treatment that accentuates the results of Plasma Pen treatments and is a fantastic way to boost your income.

Which treatments do you like performing the most?

As you know, Plasma Pen treatments can be performed all over the body, but for me, the facial skin-tightening treatments are my favourite. I love lifting, sculpting and tightening the skin, making it healthier for the client.

How much do you charge for these different skin treatments and how much do they cost to perform?

Each skin-tightening treatment costs between £20 and £60 to deliver, depending on the size of the area needing treatment and the amount of anaesthetic required. Power, rent and wages are on top of that if staff are performing the treatments, and this will vary from clinic to clinic.

Different skin treatments cost different amounts. You can expect to charge £500 per eye for a non-surgical blepharoplasty treatment and a lower facelift or jaw augmentation treatment will come in at around £550 to £750.

I charge upwards of £125 for skin lesion removals and Plasma peels cost £300 for a full face or £125 for one area.

The return on investment is quite significant.

How has delivering Plasma Pen skin-tightening treatments impacted the revenue you make from your clinic?

The impact on my revenue has been dramatic. The ROI is phenomenal and the more I promote the different skin treatments on offer, the busier I am. Plasma Pen skin-tightening results speak for themselves and clients keep coming back for more and more. My customers truly are my walking billboards and they send people to me. I love offering Plasma Pen treatments and undertaking the Plasma Pen training was one of the best financial decisions I have ever made.

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Thanks to Julie for sharing those insights into the most popular Plasma Pen treatments at her clinic and how her revenue has grown exponentially since becoming a trained technician.

If you want to follow Julie down the path of becoming part of the Plasma Pen family, learning a new skill and growing your income to new heights in the process, then get in touch with us today.

Our Plasma Pen training is a market-leading fibroblast training programme which can be undertaken online or face-to-face. We give you all the tools you need to offer a huge array of different skin treatments using Plasma Pen, as well as ongoing marketing advice and a supportive community.

Contact our customer success team via our website or send us an email to info@plasmapenuk.com to find out more. We’d be happy to talk you through your options!

 

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