Around 90% of the earth’s atmosphere is plasma. Cathodic plasma has a prevalence of electrons, and anodic plasma has a prevalence of protons. The plasma is created when a heat source excites a gas leading to the release of electrons. When this is done near the skin, there is sublimation of the skin, and the skin literally shrinks as it evaporates away. Only the area that is treated is affected by this, and the adjacent tissues, or those below the skin, are unaffected.
This means that we can use plasma generation to remove excessive skin, such as around the eyelids or where there are formations, or to tighten skin, such as wrinkles around the mouth, and we can do this without risk to the deeper tissues.
Cathodic plasma, which is the type of plasma mainly used for our treatments, has an antibiotic effect, and it also eliminates oedema during the treatment. Swelling and redness are reduced.
The nano-plasma device that we use is supplied by FusionGT.