Plasma Pen

Non Surgical Blepharoplasty

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Treatment Duration Duration 30-75 minutes
Treatment Sessions Sessions usually 1
Treatment Results Results Immediate with best results at 2 monthsif
Treatment Recovery Time Price From £75

About Plasma Pen

Plasma pen works by tightening the skin and the results will last until the skin has lost more collagen and literally stretched. The results last as long as if there had been surgery to the area.

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The Problem

The Problem

As we age we lose the elasticity of the skin so we develop wrinkles and excess skin in various areas on the body and face. Areas that particularly show this are the eyelids, under eyes and upper lip ‘smoker’s lines’. Skin tags and moles can also be of concern to your appearance.

How It Works

Plasma pen uses plasma energy to shrink the skin to produce tightening. Traditionally the treatment of choice for the eyelids was a blepharoplasty operation under local or general anaesthetic with the ensuing bruising, scars and stigma attached. Smoker’s lines used to be treated with dermal fillers with less longevity of results than the Plasma Pen.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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  • Upper and/or lower eyelids, non-surgical blepharoplasty
  • Smokers lines around the mouth
  • Wrinkles on the cheeks
  • Neck tightening
  • Brow lift
  • Upper arms
  • Knees
  • Tummy especially post baby
  • Stretch marks
  • Xanthelasmata
  • Skin tags
  • Warts
  • Moles

An assessment with Charlotte or Jade T is required for anyone considering Plasma pen. You will be required to fill out a medical form to rule out any conditions that might contraindicate a treatment.

If you have a mole it should be checked by your GP prior to treatment. Skin tags and Seborrhoeic warts can be effectively removed.

There is very little that contraindicates a Plasma pen treatment and it can even be carried out on people who are immunosuppressed.

There may be slight redness or dimpling at the treatment site and pigmentation if the skin is not protected from the sun.

The area will be slightly swollen for a few days and be dry and have a cracked appearance. At about day 7-10 the dry skin flakes off revealing very slightly pink skin but no scar.

Depending on the area treated, the treatment is more obvious. Treatment to the upper lid is surprisingly un-obvious due to the crease of the lid.

Dermalux or Celluma LED light (£50) can be used to ‘super prepare’ the skin, reduce post-treatment swelling and hasten the recovery process. A course of 6 can be added for just £150.

  • Upper and/or lower eyelids, non-surgical blepharoplasty
  • Smokers lines around the mouth
  • Wrinkles on the cheeks
  • Neck tightening
  • Brow lift
  • Upper arms
  • Knees
  • Tummy especially post baby
  • Stretch marks
  • Xanthelasmata
  • Skin tags
  • Warts
  • Moles

An assessment with Charlotte or Jade T is required for anyone considering Plasma pen. You will be required to fill out a medical form to rule out any conditions that might contraindicate a treatment.

If you have a mole it should be checked by your GP prior to treatment. Skin tags and Seborrhoeic warts can be effectively removed.

There is very little that contraindicates a Plasma pen treatment and it can even be carried out on people who are immunosuppressed.

There may be slight redness or dimpling at the treatment site and pigmentation if the skin is not protected from the sun.

The area will be slightly swollen for a few days and be dry and have a cracked appearance. At about day 7-10 the dry skin flakes off revealing very slightly pink skin but no scar.

Depending on the area treated, the treatment is more obvious. Treatment to the upper lid is surprisingly un-obvious due to the crease of the lid.

Dermalux or Celluma LED light (£50) can be used to ‘super prepare’ the skin, reduce post-treatment swelling and hasten the recovery process. A course of 6 can be added for just £150.

Our Experts

Charlotte

Charlotte

Qualified Aesthetic Practitioner

Charlotte has worked at Radiance since 2014. She came to us with a wealth of knowledge after being in the beauty industry for over 10 years and working in one of South West’s most prestigious spas. Charlotte also worked in Australia, travelling and working as a therapist. It was during this time that she developed a passion for aesthetic treatments. She came back to the UK to start a career as an Aesthetic Therapist. Charlotte is fully trained in Laser, Coolsculpting and all things skin related. She is a skin expert and has transformed the skin of hundreds of her loyal clientele. She is passionate about getting you the results you deserve.

Jade T

Jade T

Qualified Aesthetic Practitioner

Jade has been in the beauty industry for over 10 years and is trained in many aesthetic and laser treatments such as Hydrafacial, Indiba, Chemical peels and many more. She is passionate about skincare and skin health – helping clients with any skin concerns that may knock their confidence.

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