The next generation in anti-ageing soft-surgery
Plasma therapy is the aesthetic industry's newest and most advanced non surgical, skin lifting and tightening treatment.
It is used with great results for wrinkle smoothing, eyelid tightening, eyelid hood reduction, smoker’s lines, marionette lines, crow’s feet, frown lines, ear lobe tightening and more, resulting in a more youthful appearance.
PlasmaLift is "soft surgery" - a results oriented and exciting new alternative to undergoing the knife.
Plasmalift is non-invasive and works to literally shrink excess skin and completely diminish wrinkles and lines.
There is no general anaesthetic required, no scalpels or cutting of the skin, no stitching, no scarring and only minimal recovery time with PlasmaLift.
HOW DOES PLASMALIFT WORK?
This innovative technology utilises plasma - formed through ionisation of atmospheric gasses - to stimulate instant contraction and tightening of skin fibres.
This technology does not use a scalpel or laser to remove excess skin, thereby avoiding all risks inherent to the traditional intervention.
Results can be seen immediately but continue to improve over a 6 - 8 week period and can last up to around 3 years with many results permanent. This is done all without the use for needles, scalpels, anaesthetic or costly surgery.
The treatment consists of many plasma arc dots spaced closely together and most areas of the face and body can be treated. The procedure normally takes 30 – 60 minutes to perform. Results are seen instantly although the best appearance is seen after 6-8 weeks. The treatment is performed without causing bleeding and more importantly without causing any damage to the surrounding tissue.
1 – 3 treatments at 6 - 8 weekly intervals are recommended to give the results similar to a surgical procedure. Results can be cumulative and in some instances 2 or 3 treatments may be required to delivery optimal results.
What is Plasma?
Plasma was discovered by Sir William Crookes in 1879 an English physicist. It is a form of matter. It is also known as the 4th state, in addition to liquid, gas and solids.
Plasma pens convert electrical energy into an electrostatic energy which is then transmitted to the probe. At about 1mm from the skin, oxygen and nitrogen are mixed and the electrostatic energy produces an arc of plasma which is discharged on the surface of the skin (epidermis). This principle involves the ionisation of gases from the air to create a micro electrical discharge causing sublimation (directly turns a solid substance into a gas). The excess skin is sublimated.
This creates an immediate contraction of the skin tissue on the surface and also creates thermal disruption in the dermis. The probe never touches the skin. By targeting fibroblasts in the dermis, we stimulate collagen and elastin. This controlled trauma creates an inflammatory response. The arc creates tiny carbon crusts which look like freckles and fall off around days 4-7 leaving tightened, fresh and rejuvenated skin.
PLASMALIFT Versus SURGERY
PlasmaLift offers a real alternative to invasive surgery.
* No general anesthetic required
* No needles
* No scalpels or cutting of the skin
* No stitches
* Less downtime
* No thinning of the skin
* Quick and easy procedure
* Significant Cost Savings
How is the PlasmaLift treatment undertaken?
A topical anaesthetic cream is applied to the desired treatment area.
The spark of the PlasmaLift causes an effect in the skin, leading to collagen induction/production and the subsequent tightening/lifting/rejuvenating effect. As a result of the electric voltage, a cascade of physiological processes occur which result in the cell membranes tightening. When the majority of cells in the treatment area tighten up, it is then visible to the naked eye.
This treatment does not involve any surgery, needles, or removal of skin or tissue. PlasmaLift is especially good when utilised on small areas of heavily lined skin such as upper and lower eye, ‘smoker’s’ lines over the mouth and the area around the belly button (for example).
The PlasmaLift Treatment is performed with a PlasmaLift Pen. The Pen itself never touches the skin. The Plasma flash from the pen creates a tiny dot upon the contact. This innovative technology uses sublimation process, turning solid directly to gas to tighten skin tissue. Targeted tissue sublimate, causing no damage to surrounding areas or deeper skin layers.
Are there any side effects from PlasmaLift?
Treatments can cause an instant effect and may include redness and swelling of the area treated for up to 2 - 3 days. Side effects vary from client to client. The healing process will include crusting (which should be left to fall away naturally) over the course of about a week.
Treatments can sometimes lead to more prolonged redness and swelling, while the skin recovers, this is more likely when the eye lids or areas close to the eye are treated. It can take up to 7 to 10 days to fully recover for some individuals.
Makeup can be applied as cover where needed but should not be applied for 3 days after the treatment. The results are instant and improve over the next 2-4 weeks.
How painful is a PlasmaLift Treatment?
The pain during a PlasmaLift treatment should be minimised with the use of a local anaesthetic cream. The healing process can cause some mild discomfort but over-the-counter pain relief can be taken to help.
What are the benefits of PlasmaLift?
There are many areas PlasmaLift can be of benefit to. The skin tightening effect and improvement of texture are the biggest benefits. PlasmaLift offers a soft surgical option for blepharoplasty, smokers lines reduction, marionette lines and nasolabial folds reduction.
Minimal down time
Little to no discomfort
No open wounds
None of the risks associated with surgery
How many sessions are required?
Each client will respond differently to PlasmalLift, but generally one to three sessions are needed. Most people will respond effectively after one session and will be able to see the effect immediately. Clients can expect a continued improvement in their results over time as their body responds to the treatment and builds more collagen along with improving elastin production.
How long does a PlasmaLift treatment take?
PlasmaLift is a fast and effective treatment and should take just 1 hour from beginning to end, including topical anaesthetic, preparation and the treatment itself. The longest part of the treatment is the application of the anaesthetic cream.
Want to find out more about PlasmaLift?
Our experienced and helpful team are here to answer any of your questions about PlasmaLift.
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All PlasmaLift treatments require a non-refundable $100 deposit at the time of booking.
A consultation must be completed prior to booking this treatment.