Plasma Skin Tightening Eyelids

Plasma Skin Tightening Eyelids

What is a Plasma Pen
Eyelid Treatment?
Results usually obtained by surgery can now be realized with a non-invasive alternative! A Plasma Pen Eyelid treatment is done using a plasma pen. The pen itself is a handheld device that emits an electrostatic impulse from the tip of the pen. The highly trained technicians at La Fontaine in Denver will place minute dots on your eyelid causing it to contract, lift and tighten. This procedure also produces collagen, which leads to tighter skin and a rejuvenated, fresh new look.

The level of discomfort depends on the treatment. To ensure that you are as comfortable as possible, a local anesthetic nerve block is performed and a local anesthetic cream is applied 30-40 minutes before your procedure. The Plasma Pen Eyelid treatment generally takes between 30 – 60 minutes or longer after the numbing and completion of the treatment. You can expect a small amount of swelling when treating the eye area and scabs on the area to go way over 1 week.

Although the Plasma Pen Eyelid treatment is non-invasive, you will want to give yourself a few extra days of relaxation after the treatment, so your skin can heal and rejuvenate. Once the skin is healed completely, usually within five to seven days, you will see more youthful, radiant skin.

What is Plasma Skin Tightening?

Plasma Skin Tightening (also called Fibroblast) is a low-risk, minimally-invasive cosmetic treatment that eliminates excessive or sagging skin and improves the tone and texture of the skin. It is a less expensive and safer alternative to invasive cosmetic surgeries (such as eye lifts, brow lift or tummy tucks), but it’s just as effective with much less downtime.

Plasma Skin Tightening can also be used to remove skin tags and improve the appearance of stretch marks and acne scars. Although Plasma Skin Tightening is not surgery, it delivers similar results. It’s a win-win-win (cheaper, safer, less downtime) over plastic surgery.

Julie Lindh has been performing Plasma Skin Tightening in Europe for many years, but it’s only recently begun to catch on in the US.

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