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Plasma Non Surgical Skin Tightening


Plasma Technology is a rapid and

effective alternative to skin tightening surgery. This is a gentle and low pain procedure that achieves incredible

and permanent results.
The Plasma pen creates an ionised

electric arc that acts dermally on the

skin without the machine touching the surface. Once the arc touches the

surface of the skin it vaporizes the

skin in the desired location and this stimulates the surrounding area to


What does it do?

This anti-aging treatment is based on a series of minute dots adjacent to the tension lines on the skin. This process triggers an immediate tightening, lifting, and remodeling of the skin. This technique is used to stimulate the production of collagen in the skin.

Why Plasma Pen Treatment vs Cosmetic Surgery?

  • No Bruising

  • No Bleeding

  • No Stitches

  • Long lasting results

  • Safe and Effective Treatment

  • Limited Downtime

  • Immediate Results

  • Non-Invasive Treatment

  • Non-surgical Technique

  • No Scalpel or Surgical Cutting of the Skin

  • Almost Painless with Anesthetic Cream

  • No thinning of the skin and more uniform than ablative resurfacing using lasers

What Does It Treat?

  • Fine Lines

  • Crows Feet Lines

  • Eyebrow ptosis

  • Nasal Labial Folds / Laugh Lines

  • Marionette Lines

  • Smokers / Kissing Lines

  • Neck Lines

  • Drooping Skin / Loose Skin

  • Drooping Skin on neck, above knees and elbows

  • Moles

  • Skin Tags

  • Pigmentation Removal

  • Age Spot Removal

  • Liver Spot Removal

  • Freckle Removal

  • Scar Removal

  • Stretch Mark Removal

Who is a candidate?

Fitzpatrick skin types I-III are safe candidates for the Plasma Pen. Darker skin tones (African American, African, Latin, Native American, Indian, Middle Eastern, Asian ancestry and people of mixed ethnicities) may not be good candidates for Plasma Pen.

Skin Needling

It’s one of those treatments that sounds really quite terrifying but in actual fact it’s anything but. Granted, the term ‘skin’ and ‘needling’ as a descriptive hardly sounds like an enjoyable time, and with A-List celebrities posting on Instagram their blotchy faces immediately post-treatment, it is no wonder there is a great deal of misinformation (and a great deal of fear-monering) out there about this very simple, and very effective, anti-ageing technique.

You’ll likely have heard it called a number of different things; derma rolling, skin needling or Dermapen. All are essentially the same treatment, however they each have key differences; derma rolling (as the name suggests) uses a hand-held device that requires a ‘roll-on’ method to administer, while skin needling uses a spring-loaded wand in a gliding motion.

With regular usage, skin needling promises clearer, more youthful looking skin, and has even been known to convert die-hard Botox users for its ability to dramatically reduce fine lines and wrinkles.


To put it simply, skin needling, is a non-invasive treatment where the upper dermal layer is punctured with tiny needles, creating micro wounds just beneath the surface of the skin. This process causes the body to create a surge of collagen and elastin—the two primary elements of skin production that heals and renews—effectively kick-starting the rejuvenation and healing process

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