Plasma skin tightening course Plamere for non-medics



Course Area: Fibroblast Plasma Lift skin tightening course for level 3-4 beauticians/estheticians using the Plamere device
Course Level: Company certificate
Course Duration: Prestudy – 2 full days in clinic and home-study
Entry Level: We accept therapists with level 3 beauty experience/PMU/Microneedling/Lasers/ estheticians

UK/EU –  book Private training 1 on 1 or 2 ..we come to your date with our trainers to come to your facility at your convenience. We cover the UK, Spain and Ireland.

USA – Private training 1 on 1 we come to your date with our trainers to come to your facility at your convenience.

Why take this training?

  • Advance your career into aesthetics and help clients turn back time
  • It is a very popular treatment that your clients want if you are not offering it,  your clients could go to your competitor
  • Its extremely lucrative charge $500/£425 minimum an hour (most procedures take 1 to 2 hours)

The Plamere is designed for beauticians/estheticians and is not a medical device so is suitable to be used by level 3 upwards and estheticians. Plamere Multifunction Pen – The Plamere is a very popular machine in the industry. FDA registered with a CE certificate, light and wireless, it has many functions and easy to use. Accessories -Acne Tip, Permeating Tip, RF Tip, and Prongs x 2

This procedure is the next big offer to your clients. Everybody is talking about this wonderful new treatment known as “Fibroblast, Fibroblast pro, plasma pen, Plasma lift skin tightening”. It offers clients the option of getting rid of wrinkles and will lift skin without the need for surgery, permanently and relatively painlessly. It is non-surgical and non-invasive treatment and although not as long lasting as the surgical method for anyone wanting to avoid the scalpel it is a viable option.

How does it work? – The Plamere offers a small needle/probe that when it hovers over the skin at least 1mm away it will produce an electrical arc and cause the tissue the arc touches to coagulate and sublimation occurs. In easy to understand terms it means that we are causing tiny controlled carbonised burns to the skin that cause the affected skin to turn into a gas and it is permanently gone. Thus causing tightening to the skin as it has reduced it. It will only work well on loose skin and cannot be used on areas that do not have dermal fillers in.

Will I get insured and licensed? In the UK, yes as long as you have 6 months beauty experience our insurers will cover you. It is currently not regulated in the UK and you do not need a licence to perform.. but this may change with time. In the USA, it is different and in certain states, they are restricting this treatment for non-medical professionals, you need to check with your state board if you can carry out this treatment and we have insurance companies you can contact to clarify. PMU artists can operate this legally under your licence.

Areas it can treat

  • Crows Feet and under eyes
  • Foreheads and frown lines
  • Smoker Lines and marionettes
  • Cheeks and Nasal Labials lifting
  • Loose skin on the Jowl and Neck Area
  • Loose skin on Arms known as “Bingo Wings” lifted
  • Skin Tag removal
  • Stomach Tightening
  • Legs and Thighs

Results last 1- 2 years depending on the area treated. clients can be retouched after 9 weeks if necessary – ongoing treatments make regular customers

The training course covers

  • Health and Safety
  • Treatment Areas
  • Anatomy of Skin and how the treatment works
  • Consultation
  • Contraindications
  • Aftercare
  • Clinical training on live models
  • Qualified Trainers – Bilingual by request.
  • Certificate

We get asked all the time what is the difference between the Plamere and Plaxpot. The Plamere is a beauty machine and is not meant to be used on eyes or to perform large areas of loose skin reduction. It is meant for electroporation and taking off skin tags and moles.  It also has an acne tip that really helps acne sufferers by killing the bacteria without leaving scarring.  Its a very handy machine that offers a lot of procedures but regardless it cannot perform the procedures that the Plaxpot can and that is reflected in the price of the machines.

  • How can you tell the electric arc machines? – the colour of the arc is purple and blue tinges for true plasma and for electric arcs it is yellow and blue tinges.
  • The healing is completely different from a plasma arc machine, the patient heals much quicker with the Plaxpot, with less risk of scarring and pigmentation which is why proper training is so necessary so you can apply the right techniques.
  • The Plamere cannot be used on skin over Fitzpatrick 3 and the Plaxpot can be used up to light Fitz 5 skin tones (Indian/Asian skin is not included in this as it is particularly prone to hyperpigmentation)
  • With the Plaxpot, the procedure normally is just a 1-time procedure whereas with electric arcs it can take up to 3 times to achieve the same results.
  • Both machines can be found in our shop with more information

If you are a medical professional or Medical Esthetician,  please go to our Plaxpot Page for the medical course