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Plasma Skin Tightening is a revolutionary, non-invasive alternative treatment to traditional surgery. The treatment helps eliminate excessive tissue that causes sagging skin, unwanted wrinkles, stretch marks and even diminish scarring.

Treatable areas:

  • Sagging upper eyelids (it’s a non-surgical method of blepharoplasty)

  • Under-eye bags and crows feet

  • Sagging or loose skin on the neck

  • Sagging brows

  • Forehead wrinkles and frown lines

  • Wrinkles around the mouth

  • Fine lines anywhere on the face

  • Sagging skin anywhere on the face

  • Loose skin on the stomach

Our specialized, FDA-approved medical plasma device works by using the voltage in the air between its tip and the natural gasses emitted just above the skin to form a true “plasma” (ionized gas) charge. This tiny arc of electricity shortens, contracts, and tightens targeted skin tissue instantly. That’s when the real magic of this treatment happens! Your skin’s natural healing process then goes into overdrive and encourages your own body to create new fibroblast cells. These cells are responsible for the development of collagen to enhance natural volume and elastin for tighter skin. Each area of treatment that has been addressed by the plasma charge will retract by pulling the skin cells closer together. This successfully targets any areas with excess skin.

Improvements are visible immediately, but the final results will be seen after twelve weeks. The number of procedures needed per person will vary according to the area being treated, skin laxity, and the individual’s age and response to the treatment. However, most are satisfied with a total of one to three procedures per site.

*If you're not currency a client a consultation is required prior to scheduling the service.

Fibroblast Plasma Skin Tightening is inadvisable for the following:

  • Pregnancy

  • Metal pins or plates

  • Pacemakers

  • Severe cardiovascular disorders

  • Cancer patients

  • Diabetes

  • Uncontrolled blood pressure

  • Blood disorders

  • Autoimmune diseases

  • Epilepsy

  • Pigmentation disorders

  • Fitzpatrick scale 6

  • Lupus

  • Keloids

  • Herpes Simplex

  • Shingles

  • Psoriasis

  • Active Eczema

  • Colds

  • Infections

  • Accutane

  • Retin A or its derivatives 

  • Allergies to lidocaine


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