PlasmaTech® - Skin Rejuvenation


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The clinical effect of plasma devices on the skin is dependent on multiple factors. The simplest way to explain this is that the actual clinical result depends on:

The energy output of the device

The type of current applied (i.e. if the patient forms part of the circuit through the use of a grounding pad)

The design and material of the pen's tip

The experience and training of the operator

The patient's skin preparation before treatment commences

Medical-grade plasma devices, as used in aesthetic medicine, rely on high-frequency energy pulses, resulting in minimised sensation during treatment.

Cheaper and inferior devices use low frequencies and require a much shorter tip gap (i.e. the space between the skin and the pen's tip when the energy is released), and this can lead to unpleasant shock-like sensations on the face or the eyelids.

In aesthetic medicine, plasma can successfully treat multiple skin concerns, such as the following: scarring, stretch marks, acne, xanthelasma, warts, moles, fibromas, seborrheic keratosis, and a host of other skin lesions. However, plasma pen treatments are best known for their ability to perform non-surgical blepharoplasty (i.e. a non-surgical eyelid lift).

Non-surgical blepharoplasty using plasma is rapidly becoming an alternative to surgery.



No need for a general anaesthetic

Less downtime

Less risk of damage to the underlying muscles and tissues

Reduced risk of scarring

No difficulties in closing the eyes post-procedure

No threat to the patient's vision

More affordable to patients



This page is not intended to advertise any PlasmaTech Skin Rejuvenation treatments or brands and is purely for educational purposes.