Plaxel Fibroblast True Plasma
True Plasma Skin Tightening
Discover nonsurgical skin tightening – through the power of plasma. The Plaxel plasma pen is a true plasma system that lifts and tightens loose, crepey skin to improve fine lines, wrinkles and more.
The plasma pen is ideal for:
Among the most common areas treated are:
- Improving under eye bags and wrinkles
- Skin tightening of the neck and body (arms, knees, stomach)
- Improving turkey neck (sagging, wrinkled skin on the neck)
- Improving expression-based fine lines and wrinkles across the face – smile lines, crow’s feet, smoker’s lines, forehead lines, frown lines & more
Plasma jumps from the handpiece to the skin. This stimulates fibroblasts deeper in the dermis to produce fresh collagen.
Plasma has been used in surgical procedures for years, and has a history as a medical technology.
How do plasma pens work?
Plaxel delivers tiny plasma sparks that actually enter the skin, where they sublimate epidermal skin cells. This means that the cells are turned from solids to gases, leaving behind a dot of carbon. The heating is highly controlled and uniform because of the nature of plasma.
This causes instant tightening, as well as stimulation of fibroblasts to begin producing collagen. The thermal plasma increases blood flow to the treatment area, which stimulates the fibroblasts. In 8-12 weeks, final tightening results will be visible.
Heat does not pass into the dermal layer, which makes it safe to treat fragile areas like the eyelids.
It’s important to note that not all devices labeled “plasma pens” are true plasma pens. Many of these pens are actually electric pens, which burn the surface of the skin.
What is the difference between Plaxel and other plasma pens?
With proper techniques and aftercare, there is no bleeding, scarring or bruising associated with Plaxel. Electric pens do typically cause bleeding and scarring, require many more treatment sessions to produce similar results, and are generally less safe for the skin. Electric pens can also only be used on a narrower range of skin types because they burn the skin.
A plasma pen creates carbon crusting inside the epidermis, not superficial scabs on the surface of the skin. True plasma flows through dead epidermal cells and sublimates the cells which still contain some cytoplasm. It then barely touches the epidermal junction to stimulate collagen growth. Electric pens just stimulate shock protein, not collagen.
During treatment, patients will actually feel the plasma inside the skin, not on its surface.
It is important that you only receive treatment with a true plasma pen in order to achieve safe, effective results.