The Plaxpot Plasma Pen offers a truly non-invasive, non-surgical treatment that tightens skin, right before your eyes. With an immediate effect, hooded eyelids vanish and sagging skin can be tightened, there is nothing on the market that is so effective for practitioners to offer their clients.
Are plasma pens painful?
Plasma Pen is a non-invasive procedure with a minimal level of pain. It is virtually painless, as the treated area is numbed before the procedure. …, the clients may feel some discomfort, not actual pain, depending on the treated area of the face or body, some areas are more sensitive than others.
Immediately after and for the next 24 hours the treatment area will feel tingly and sensitive, there could be some swelling, and in the case of the upper and lower eyelids, they should not be treated together. In most cases, swelling will be seen, but it is likely to only last 3 days at most and if both areas are treated at once, the swelling can be most offputting for clients and they would be unlikely to return for further treatments on other areas. Caution is the best option when working in sensitive areas.
The brown dots that have the appearance of minor scabbing, ware carbon crusts, but after around 5-7 days, these will fall off, revealing new pink skin beneath.
How does plasma pen work?
Plasma Pen works on the principle of ionized gas in the air. At the right distance from the skin (treated area), oxygen and nitrogen are mixed, and the electrostatic energy produces the plasmatic effusion, which discharges on the skin with thermals. The Plasma energy is directed through a precise tip of the handpiece. The Plaxpot is probably the only true Plasma arc pen on the market available to non-medical professionals. The only comparison is the Plexr machine made in Italy- available only to doctors. All other machines although called Plasma pens are not emitting true plasma, even though with clever marketing, some companies will have you believe it.
How long does a Plasma Pen Eye Lift last on average?
Using precisely applied heat to target superficial skin cells makes this treatment ideal for sensitive areas around the eyes. The typical procedure time for the eye area would be 30-60 minutes with a recovery time of 7-10 days. Results can last from 18 months to 3 years.