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What a Plasma Pen Can Do For You

Plasma Pen: Opening the Door to Youthful Skin

Are you searching after smooth skin? A plasma pen procedure may be exactly what you need to sustain your skin’s youthful appearance. If you have noticed your skin losing firmness over the years, the plasma pen is for you! By reading this blog, you will come to see all of the exciting benefits a plasma pen treatment can have for you!

 

Plasma pen benefits don’t stop at merely turning back the clock, there is a myriad of other skin ailments that a plasma pen can work its magic on. Keep reading to see what plasma pens can do for you!

Fight Off The Appearance of Wrinkles

It seems like the older we get, the more time and money we spend attempting to cover up the results of aging skin. We are steadily searching for magic creams and procedures that can make our wrinkles vanish. Sometimes we can lose hope of ever seeing our wrinkle-free selves again.

 

Many of us have saved and scrimped together funds for numerous botox and lifting procedures to stave off the impending sagging of our skin. Invasive operations and high-end creams aren’t always practical. Finding the appropriate solution for aging skin can seem like a never-ending struggle. If you are watching for a treatment that can kick your wrinkles to the curb, seek no further – Plasma pen is here!

How the Plasma Pen Works

According to the professionals at West End Plastic Surgery, the plasma pen works by converting electrical energy into electrostatic energy. The energy is transferred to the tip of the pen by impulse. When the probe reaches 1mm away from the skin, oxygen and nitrogen are mixed to produce an arc of plasma.

 

Once touched by the plasma, the skin begins contracting. This combined with the thermal disruption within the dermis stimulate collagen production for the next several months. The pen delivers tiny traumas to the epidermis that cause the skin to dry into carbon crusts, leaving your skin renewed and rejuvenated.

 

Why Should You Get a Plasma Pen Treatment?

Plasma pens are not a one-trick-pony! While the most common reason to receive a  treatment is to improve the appearance of wrinkles, the plasma pen can do so much more! Some of the more common benefits are listed below.

Plasma Pen is used to treat the following:

  • Fine Lines
  • Crows Feet
  • Eyebrow ptosis
  • Nasal Labial Folds / Laugh Lines
  • Marionette Lines
  • Smokers / Kissing Lines
  • Neck Lines
  • Drooping / 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

 

From the looks of that list, the plasma pen is a wonder! It can be used on almost every part of your body excluding your palms and bottom of your feet. If there is something that you don’t like about your skin, odds are the plasma pen can offer you an answer.

 

Recently, a few of the My Absolute Beauty crew discovered what plasma pens could do for them. Check out this video of our very own Kate and Kenzie talking about their recent experience with their procedures and other exciting news from My Absolute Beauty:

 

The Healing Process

As you can see in the video, Both Kate and Kenzie have recently received plasma pen treatments. What you may not have realized: Kate and Kenzie filmed that video less than 24 hours after their treatments!

 

 As shown by our team, plasma pen treatments are something that should not affect your ability to return to normal activities. Unlike many other skin treatments, plasma pens require remarkably minimal downtime. 

 

Since there are no scalpels or stitches, your downtime will be nothing compared to treatments that utilize those means. Along with the absence of cutting comes an absence of bruising. The only skin that will reveal any signs of discoloration is the skin that comes directly in contact with the plasma arc.

 

Due to the nature of the treatment, you will see an immediate improvement in the tightness of your skin. The plasma blast causes the skin to firm up immediately, with full results coming to fruition over the next few months.

 

Other perks of plasma pen treatments are listed below.

Benefits of Plasma Pen Treatments:

  • No Bruising
  • No Stitches
  • Long Lasting Results
  • Safe and Effective Treatment
  • Limited Down Time
  • No Bleeding
  • 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

 

As you can imagine, the superficial nature of the treatment makes for a relatively speedy recovery! 

Plasma Pen Healing Process:

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  • Redness, swelling and scabbing in the treatment area
  • Average of 8 days downtime on the face and neck area
  • Average of 10-14 days on the body, depending on the area and intensity of treatment
  • Swelling typically begins the day following your treatment and peaks around day 3
  • After day 3, swelling subsides and scabs form
  • Scabs begin to fall off around day 6 or 7

Does My Absolute Beauty Have Plasma Pen Plans?

My Absolute Beauty has a lot in store for 2020! It will be a big year in the beauty industry, and we are thrilled to be able to take part in it. Before we welcome any product into our family, we put them to the test to ensure they meet our standards. Be sure to follow our daily live videos for updates on new products and events throughout the year. 

 

You can watch our live videos every weekday at 9AM on our instagram page @myabsolutebeauty. If you can’t watch it live, we upload our videos to youtube daily. We look forward to sharing all of our exciting announcements with you soon!

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One thought on “What a Plasma Pen Can Do For You

  1. avatar Carmen Ramirez says:

    Is there a certification course for the plasma pen? Do Estheticians have to be under a doctors license to use it on clients? What is the cost of the pen? I have also been considering the Procell Microchanneling device. Do you have an opinion on which one has better results both short term and long term?

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