Plasma Blast

With results rivalling cosmetic surgery procedures, Plasma Blast skin regeneration is described as ‘a surgeon’s worst nightmare’. The reason for that is simple: with this treatment, there’s no need to go under the knife.

Plasma Blast

  • A revolutionary new skin procedure, Plasma Blast may sound like something out of a sci-fi film, but it’s actually an awesome reality for those wising to pep up their skin, target lose eye bags or overhanging eyelids, or repair scars – and it’s completely scalpel-free.

    An electrically-charged gas that shocks the skin and causes it to contract, Plasma Blast is completely safe and offers an instant skin tightening effect. Treating everything from fine lines and scarring, to skin tags and smoker’s lines, the procedure comes into its own when treating crow’s feet and droopy eyelids. Working to renew skin cells, it delivers similar results to surgical eye lifts (or blepharoplasty) by utilising a special device to deliver an ionised gas (the plasma), which charges the air just above the skin.

    Generating a tiny, lightning bolt that damages existing skin cells and causes them to contract, the magic happens at this point – when the complexion’s natural healing process goes into overdrive. Encouraging fresh, new cells to be produced – including collagen and elastin – Plasma Blast can treat superficial issues, such as hyperpigmentation and fine lines, alongside deep wrinkles and sagging skin.

    Suitable for all ages and most skin tones, Plasma Blast is ideal for anyone who wants to achieve a smoother, more youthful-looking complexion.

  • The treatment can be performed in under an hour, depending on the size of the area we target.

    Local anaesthetic is applied to numb the area, before the plasma gun is held close to the skin – don’t worry; it isn’t as bad as it sounds. From here, lots of tiny zaps are delivered to the treatment area. You’re likely to feel a little heat and a small amount of discomfort, but not for long, since a typical treatment lasts just 20 minutes.

    Following the procedure, skin may feel a little sensitive (think mild sunburn) and there may be some swelling for the first couple of days. Dry spots – which can easily be covered with make-up – may also develop, before crusting over and flaking off within a week.

  • Your skin will appear tighter immediately after the treatment, continuing to improve as skin cells regenerate over the next few weeks.

    Depending on your age and the area being treated, you’ll need between one and three sessions, performed around six weeks apart.

    For more information about Plasma Blast skin regeneration or to book a free consultation, head here.