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Plasma Elite II ® Plasma Pen has ground-breaking technologies to ensure consistent delivery of a stable Plasma arc by using a stabilised precision source to deliver the Arc at exactly the right frequency which guarantees precision spotting and sublimation. The frequency can be described as low.

What is Plasma?

Plasma is created by electrical energy from the pen which at the right distance from the skin ionises the oxygen and nitrogen in the air to create a small electrical arc, similar to a tiny lightning bolt.

When it hits the skin it vaporises any liquid in the skin at the point of contact, the surrounding skin contracts into the area and tightens around it.

Even though skin layers get vaporised by the plasma (via heating, fragmentation and vaporisation) they do not burn off. They simply flake off at a later date as part of the healing process.

The energy is also absorbed by the lower skin cells which causes trauma to the cell and it then encourages regeneration and rebuilding of collagen. This then enables remodelling of the internal architecture of the skin leading to smoothing of fine lines, wrinkles and tightening of loose skin.

New collagen is stimulated in the area due to the trauma created and this can continue for up to a period of 1 year.

How does Plasma work?

Plasma Elite can also work in a similar way to an ablative laser by carrying out a technique called skin resurfacing. Targeting several skin cells with the energy source, damaging very specific cells, thereby encouraging new cell growth and renewal of larger areas. This can not only improve skin tone and texture, but can also help reduce scarring and improve a number of common skin concerns and improve skin contouring.

The Science

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Plasma is the fourth state of matter. it is comprised of an ionized gas charged with equal amounts of negative and positive charged ions and negative charged electrons. Plasma is formed through the ionizations of these gases when it hits the atmosphere. At the right distance from the skin, the energy ionizes the oxygen and nitrogen in the air to create a small electrical arc, similar to a tiny lightning bolt.

When the plasma arc hits the skin, it vaporizes any liquid in the skin at the point of contact. The surrounding skin contracts into the area and tightens around it giving a shrinking and lifting effect. This is called sublimation. Even though skin layers get vaporized by the plasma, they do not burn off. They simply flake off at a later date as part of the healing process. Fibroblasts in the skin are stimulated to produce new collagen and elastin, healing the skin over the next few weeks and providing an additional tightening effect.

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