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Plasmage®

Micro pulses to re-energise your eyes

An innovative non-surgical alternative to the traditional blepharoplasty (eyelift) procedure, Plasmage® harnesses plasma energy to dispense a perfect blast of controlled pulses to the skin in order to tighten and lift the lids.

...at a glance

Treatment time:

120 minutes

Number of treatments:

One, with a repeat treatment recommended after three to five years.

Results:

Tightened and lifted eyelids.

Downtime:

Four to six weeks.
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“Plasmage® is a highly effective alternative to the surgeon’s knife, ideal for treating the ultra-delicate eye area in a manner that surgical procedures can’t.”

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What is it and how does it work?

Dedicated to treating the ultra-delicate eye area in a manner that surgery can’t, Plasmage® mobilises plasma energy (a form of ionised gas) provided through an electrical discharge, via a device resembling a petite pen. Through a process known as sublimination, the discharge begins when the tip is directed close to (but not touching) the skin, vaporising the tissue to cause a degree of contraction, and subsequently kick-starting the formation of fresh collagen. Multiple shots are dispatched in close proximity to rally the requisite uplift.
Prior to the treatment, patients will have a topical anaesthetic placed onto their lids for around an hour, in addition to a small dose of local anaesthetic.

“This is a great, highly innovative and effective catch-all treatment, as relevant for people wanting to simply freshen up their skin as those looking to redress full acne scarring or stretch marks.”

Which body parts is it designed for?

Primarily for the eyes, Plasmage® is an ideal form of micro-surgery for improving lid position, redressing lightly hooded lids. It can also be used to clear away growths such as skin tags, minimise superficial pigmentation marks and deal with xanthelasma – fatty deposits that gather around the eyes.

Who is it primarily good for?

Plasmage® is most suitable for people in their 30s or 40s seeking to redress tired-looking eyes, including fine lines and only lightly hooded lids. For more significant ‘hooding’, we would generally advise full surgery.

How long will it last for and what’s the downtime?

Plasmage® is notably more intensive than some other treatments in terms of downtime, requiring both a degree of self-care and patience to see the full results; it’s essential to keep the eye area moist post-treatment for seven to 10 days using a specialist cream, while the residual redness typically lasts four to six weeks. The final effects are most evident roughly three months after the treatment session, when the full impact of the tightening induced by the collagen stimulation becomes clear. You can expect to see continual minor improvements for approximately six months.
Most patients are advised to have a treatment every three to five years to maintain results, while people with especially lax tissue around the eyes often require more than one treatment in the initial phase.
Please note that all treatment responses and recovery times are dependent on the individual patient.

What other treatments does it work well with?

What else should I know?

Aside from the not insignificant downtime, while Plasmage® is a highly effective alternative to the surgeon’s knife, it’s most suitable for people who are fair-skinned. For those with darker skin, it can cause hyperpigmentation.

Unlike surgery, Plasmage® has the benefit of also improving the general condition of the skin around the eye area.

“Plasmage® is a highly effective alternative to the surgeon’s knife, ideal for treating the ultra-delicate eye area in a manner that surgical procedures can’t.”

pink-dot-white
circle-bottom

What is it and how does it work?

Dedicated to treating the ultra-delicate eye area in a manner that surgery can’t, Plasmage® mobilises plasma energy (a form of ionised gas) provided through an electrical discharge, via a device resembling a petite pen. Through a process known as sublimination, the discharge begins when the tip is directed close to (but not touching) the skin, vaporising the tissue to cause a degree of contraction, and subsequently kick-starting the formation of fresh collagen. Multiple shots are dispatched in close proximity to rally the requisite uplift.

Prior to the treatment, patients will have a topical anaesthetic placed onto their lids for around an hour, in addition to a small dose of local anaesthetic.

“This is a great, highly innovative and effective catch-all treatment, as relevant for people wanting to simply freshen up their skin as those looking to redress full acne scarring or stretch marks.”

Which body parts is it designed for?

Primarily for the eyes, Plasmage® is an ideal form of micro-surgery for improving lid position, redressing lightly hooded lids. It can also be used to clear away growths such as skin tags, minimise superficial pigmentation marks and deal with xanthelasma – fatty deposits that gather around the eyes.

Who is it primarily good for?

Plasmage® is most suitable for people in their 30s or 40s seeking to redress tired-looking eyes, including fine lines and only lightly hooded lids. For more significant ‘hooding’, we would generally advise full surgery.

How long will it last for and what’s the downtime?

Plasmage® is notably more intensive than some other treatments in terms of downtime, requiring both a degree of self-care and patience to see the full results; it’s essential to keep the eye area moist post-treatment for seven to 10 days using a specialist cream, while the residual redness typically lasts four to six weeks. The final effects are most evident roughly three months after the treatment session, when the full impact of the tightening induced by the collagen stimulation becomes clear. You can expect to see continual minor improvements for approximately six months.

Most patients are advised to have a treatment every three to five years to maintain results, while people with especially lax tissue around the eyes often require more than one treatment in the initial phase.

Please note that all treatment responses and recovery times are dependent on the individual patient.

What other treatments does it work well with?

What else should I know?

Aside from the not insignificant downtime, while Plasmage® is a highly effective alternative to the surgeon’s knife, it’s most suitable for people who are fair-skinned. For those with darker skin, it can cause hyperpigmentation.

Unlike surgery, Plasmage® has the benefit of also improving the general condition of the skin around the eye area.

Dr Sarah says...

“The big benefit of Plasmage®, when performed correctly by experts, is the absence of scarring. It’s a credible alternative to surgery, because the contraction provides additional skin improvement that surgery does not deliver.”

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Dr Sarah says…

“The big benefit of Plasmage®, when performed correctly by experts, is the absence of any scarring. For those who have enough time on their hands, it’s a strong alternative option, particularly because the contraction provides additional skin improvement that surgery doesn’t deliver.”

FAQs

Does it hurt?
Plasmage® is pain-free, due to the fact that a topical anaesthetic is placed onto the patient’s lids for around an hour prior to the treatment, in addition to a small dose of local anaesthetic.
When does it start to work?
It typically takes around three months for the full results of Plasmage® to be visible. However, the majority of the effects will be evident within several weeks, with some tightening felt immediately. Please note that there is usually some degree of swelling and scabbing for approximately five to seven days post-treatment.
What can go wrong?
There is a small risk of prolonged redness, scarring, swelling of the treated area, and hyper- or hypopigmentation (patches of skin that are lighter than your overall skin tone).

Plasmage® is pain-free, due to the fact that a topical anaesthetic is placed onto the patient’s lids for around an hour prior to the treatment, in addition to a small dose of local anaesthetic.

It typically takes around three months for the full results of Plasmage® to be visible. However, the majority of the effects will be evident within several weeks, with some tightening felt immediately. Please note that there is usually some degree of swelling and scabbing for approximately five to seven days post-treatment.

There is a small risk of prolonged redness, scarring, swelling of the treated area, and hyper- or hypopigmentation (patches of skin that are lighter than your overall skin tone).

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