What is Plasma Pen?

By | 22 March 2021

Although perfection is a target to be achieved in every field today, it becomes more prominent when it comes to “appearance” and therefore the demand for non-surgical aesthetic applications is increasing day by day. In this article, you are curious about Plasma Pen, which has a great share of this popularity and is used for different aesthetic purposes, especially non-surgical eyelid aesthetics.

What is Plasma Pen?

To understand what is the application called “Plasma Pen” (or Plasma Pen) because it is made using a pen-like device, it is necessary to explain what plasma is: Plasma is transformed into solid, liquid, and gas form by energizing a substance. it is the energy that arises. So, it is the 4th form of the matter. Plasma Pen converts nitrogen and water vapor, which are in the third stage of the substance (in a gaseous state), into plasma energy by giving high energy in the application area. The device produces this energy, which is used by experts to eliminate damages in soft tissues and initiate new tissue formation when the tip reaches a certain distance from the skin and directly converts the cells in the upper layer of the skin from solid form to gas form (sublimation).

How Is It Applied?

Since Plasma Pen application provides evaporation in the top layer of the skin, it does not affect the fat and nerve tissues, hair follicles, or capillaries. Also, thanks to its sublimation effect, it prevents the heat from spreading out of the point target.

Plasma Pen, which results in 5 minutes to 45 minutes depending on the width of the area, is usually applied every month, 2-3 sessions per month, although it varies from patient to patient. In some patients, it is possible to get results in a single session. Before plasma administration, patients should not have taken blood thinners, alcohol, or painkillers for at least 7 days.

Advantages of Plasma Pen Application

One of the most important advantages of the Plasma Pen application is that it is very safe because it reaches an average depth of 200 to 300 nanometers at the same point.

Since the application of plasma energy, which provides rapid regeneration, is not a surgical method as mentioned, no surgical tools are used during the procedure (no incision is made, no stitches are made) and the risks of scarring and infection are negligible.

It is completed easily and in a short time with the anesthetic cream applied to the relevant area.

The side effects of Plasma Pen, which does not create open wounds during the application, are almost nonexistent; Does not cause thinning of the skin, bruising, excessive swelling, bleeding, etc. does not produce results.

Plasma Pen application, which also offers a cost advantage, has a lasting effect for a minimum of 2 to a maximum of 5 years, although it varies according to many factors such as sleep patterns, harmful habits, water consumption, eating habits.

After Plasma Pen Application

After the plasma pen application, patients do not need to go to the health center for dressing.

The area where the application is made should be protected from the sun and artificial UV rays during the recovery period and until full recovery is achieved. To be protected from these harmful rays, including screen lights, liquid foundation sunscreen should be applied to the treatment area by repeating it several times throughout the day.

Edema (the first few days), small spots, and scab in the area are expected. The edema dissolving solution given by the specialist is used to resolve the edema. The crusts, which should not be covered and should not be torn off, shed within a week to 10 days, revealing the underlying epithelium.

During the recovery period, the patients should regularly clean their skin with a neutral soap with a pH level of 5.5 (Alcoholic products should not be used) and then apply the eye drops recommended by the application specialist to the crusted area. It should not be forgotten that failure to comply with hygiene rules will cause the risk of infection.

After the application, most patients can return to work on the same day.

What Problems and Who Is Plasma Pen Used for?

Plasma Pen is a non-surgical aesthetic method that can be applied to individuals of all age groups, regardless of the skin type, who have recently started, do not prefer to undergo surgery, or who have a condition that prevents them from receiving anesthesia. However, Plasma Pen application is not applied to pregnant women and those who have open wounds or infections in the area to be treated.

Usage areas ;

  • Because skin cells are pulled and tightened, Plasma Pen is used as non-surgical eyelid aesthetics, especially in collecting and tightening the loose and sagging excess skin on the lower and upper eyelids.
  • Wrinkles on and around the eyelid (crow’s feet) and spots called xanthelasma,
  • Wrinkles and lines on the lips, especially seen in smokers,
  • Fixed wrinkles on the face, neck, anterior ear, and abdomen,
  • Sun rays, aging, pregnancy, etc. skin blemishes caused by reasons,
  • Lesions on the skin such as flesh, warts, freckles,
  • Scars, surgery and acne scars, even active acne,
  • Cracks in the skin,
  • Keloid and
  • It is used to treat sagging.