Plexr Plus uses plasma to improve skin laxity and reduce or eliminate unwanted skin imperfections.
ouldn't it be nice if our skin was always picture perfect? Sadly, there are a ton of factors that make this dream difficult to achieve. Now, with the advancements of technology, you can treat skin imperfections fast and effectively.
Plexr Plus is the Gold Standard in Soft Surgery treatments – a non-surgical treatment used to lift the eyes (blepharoplasty), by treating the skin laxity. It is also used to improve scars, skin tags, and other unwanted superficial skin lesions. Unlike surgical treatments for these problems, Plexr Plus does not require general anesthetic and recovery time is much shorter.
- Skin Lesions
- Skin Tags
What to expect
Depending on what area is being treated, patients will be given a topical anesthetic cream which takes around 60 minutes to take effect. Treatment can usually be done in 10 to 40 minutes, depending on the area. Patients have reported some procedures using Plexr Plus as being painless with the anesthetic cream, but treatment of the eye area may still have a level of discomfort and may feel prickly.
What to expect
Following treatment, it's important to refrain from showering or exposing your skin to water or steam as your skin must be kept try and clean for the first 24 hours. Swelling following treatment is normal and should subside within 48-72 hours. Skin will scab and then start peeling. Your technician will provide detailed care instructions to ensure we obtain maximum results.
How does it work?
The Plexr Plus device creates plasma by ionizing gas particles between its precise 0.5mm-wide probe and the skin, creating an electrical arc. The technology is very precise so specific areas like the eyelids can be treated without touching or harming the skin. Plexr Plus ionizes the air between the tip and the body, generating a direct plasma on the skin, using mainly the thermal effect, but being more precise, selective and superficial, so not damaging the deep layers of the skin (dermis), but only the superficial epidermis.
How long will it take to recover?
Healing time will depend on the strength of the treatment. Healing time can last between 7-20 days, and you must avoid sun exposure for 1 month following treatment.