Plasma Pen’s unique technology operates on electricity, which is diatomic nitrogen (N2). This energized gas is applied to the skin of the face (or whatever region is being treated), which is used as an abrasive on a micro level to the epidermal layer of skin (the top or outermost layers) and also heats and stimulates the deeper layers.
Some of the most common applications for Plasma Pen treatment are:
- Sagging or excess skin. Most often around the face, jowls, or neck, but Plasma Pen treatment can be used on pretty much any part of the body that has loose skin from aging or weight loss.
- Eyes. Puffiness, hooded lids, and drooping “bags” can all be successfully treated with Plasma Pen fibroblasting. It may even provide a viable alternative to eye lift surgery in some cases.
- Wrinkles and fine lines. Including crow’s feet, accordion lines, furrows, laugh lines, marionette lines, and creased brows.
- Scars. Including acne scars and stretch marks.
- Milia. Dead cells beneath the epidermis that appear in the form of white bumps.
- Spider veins. Twisted blood vessels