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 skin pores open, the superfluous plasma or water evaporates, and with proper fibroblast technique we reach the contraction of the skin, whereby the excess skin dies down superficially and falls in the form of dandruff within the framework of the aftercare.
The Plasma energy is directed through a precise tip of the hand piece. It is easy to manoeuvre and target the most hidden areas, achieving the best results. During the treatment it should be held 1–2 mm away from the skin so the plasma can reach its surface. Care must be taken when doing this to ensure good stability and firm support in the treatment area.
If the device touches the skin, it will immediately switch off, preventing the risk of injury. Treatments can be done at low- or high energy settings. Low energy settings are typically used for more superficial effects, such as correction of discoloration, texture and fine lines. High energy settings can also significantly improve wrinkles, acne scars and produce some tissues tightening.
High energy treatment:
Low energy treatment:
Low energy treatments are often repeated after 3–4 times about 3 weeks apart, each requiring relatively short downtime. However, a single high energy treatment may produce more visible results than a series of low energy treatments, although it is associated with greater discomfort and longer downtime. High energy treatment penetrates far deeper into the dermis, inducing a more powerful healing response and re-modelling of collagen, tightening and contouring.