Plasmage has been developed to treat delicate areas safely, like upper and lower eyelids, where lasers and radio surgical units cannot.
Plasmage delivers plasma energy to the skin via the handpiece tip, generated by the ionization of the gas in the air. It is a device for non-invasive treatments and can treat many aesthetic and dermatological indications including:
- Blefaroplasma (non-surgical blepharoplasty)
What to expect during your treatment?
Your clinician may apply an anaesthetic depending on what area is being treated. During your treatment, you may feel some heat from the handpiece tip, but this shouldn’t be uncomfortable.
Once the treatment is complete, you may see some redness and swelling around the area was treated. This shouldn’t last for long after your treatment.
Within a few days after your treatment, you will see some crusting of the area that was treated. You should avoid scrubbing the area while washing. These crusts are crucial to the healing process and are protecting the new skin forming underneath.