How does Plasma Skin Tightening work?

The Science behind how Plasma Skin Tightening works

Plasma technology causes a ‘micro trauma’ to the surface skin tissue to contract and tighten immediately; this creates an instant lift and dramatic skin tightening. The epidermis is rejuvenated as old cells are caused to shed, and they are replaced by fresh new cells. Fibroblasts in the dermis are also targeted by thermal disruption, and as a result, collagen and elastin production, alignment and cross-linking is stimulated.

Plasma skin regeneration technology uses energy delivered from plasma rather than light or radio frequency, compared to other methods of skin regeneration. There are four states of matter: solid, liquid, gas and plasma. Plasma is often referred to as “the fourth state of matter”, after solid, liquid and gas. It is created when electrostatic energy mixes with ionised gas. Plasma consists of charged ionised particles; plasma technology is used to modify the skin by turning the surface into gas. When the thermal energy from a plasma device reaches around 1mm from the skin, it mixes with oxygen and nitrogen in the atmosphere and creates a plasma arc, which vaporises upon contact with the skin. The beam generates heat that cauterises the epidermis’s outermost part without damaging the surrounding or deeper structures. Tiny plasma blasts are directed around the area of concern, which causes a carbon crust to form on the surface of the skin. Using plasma triggers an immediate contraction and tightening of the skin fibres and causes thermal disruption within the dermis below, especially to the fibroblasts, to create a lifting, remodelling and rejuvenating effect. The precision trauma we cause to the epidermis makes the skin dry superficially into tiny carbon crusts, which fall off within a few days, leaving new, rejuvenated skin at the surface.

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