What can plasma laser be used to treat?
Plasma Laser has a wide range of therapeutic uses. It can be used for:
• Eyelid treatment (non-surgical blepharoplasty), including resolving baggy lower eyelids and excess upper eyelid skin.
• Tattoo removal
• Skin lesions, including warts, fibromas, pigmentation and sun spots.
• Scarring, including post-surgery scars, acne scars and stretch marks.
• Fine lines and wrinkles
• Facelift and necklift.
• Active acne.
What are the benefits?
Non surgical treatment. Lasting results. Safe and effective.
How Long Does results Last?
As Plasma laser is more than a simple tightening treatment, skin is actually removed, so the effects should last as long as they would with invasive surgery, but results are not permanent.
Side Effects and Risks?
Plexr has been shown to be a safe treatment due to its non-invasive nature. Still the majority of patients are likely to experience some minor side effects in the 7 days following treatment.
- Brown marks that have the appearance of minor scabbing, which are carbon crusts, but after around 5 days, these will fall off, revealing new pink skin beneath.
- Swelling will be seen (especially in cases of eyelid treatment), but it is likely to only last 3-5 days at most.
- Skin crusting
Not to be Used In?
As with the majority of cosmetic procedures,Plasma Laser should not be used on women who are pregnant or breast feeding.
Always consult a health care professional or your own doctor, before proceeding with any treatment regime.
- Pre treatment: An anaesthetic cream is applied and is left to take effect for around 30 minutes. Treatment time is usually between 10-40 minutes, depending on the size of the area.
- After the treatment, you may experience a burning sensation, but it should only last a few hours, and your practitioner will apply a cooling gel to the treatment area.
- Following treatment your practitioner will give you thorough aftercare instructions to ensure that you see the best results. You should be given a specially developed medical foundation to protect the scabbed area from the light, but it has the added bonus of coverage.
To learn more about:
ALL Aesthetic treatments, do click here Ultimate Guide to Korean Medical Aesthetics.
Threadlifts, pls click here Facelift, V-Lift.
Dermal fillers, pls click here ABCs to Dermal Fillers.
Pigments and pigmentation in skin. Please click here PIGMENTS