To Plasma or NOT to Plasma

Understanding the Technology Behind the Plasma Wave Pen

So, just in case you missed last week’s mailer and you haven’t yet heard, Evolve Spa Group have invested in the Plasma Wave Pen - a cutting edge technology pen that reduces wrinkles, scarring and skin blemishes without surgery.

So how exactly does the Plasma Wave treatment work?

The four states of matter are liquid, solid, gas and plasma. Plasma, unlike the other three states of matter, does not exist feely on the earth’s surface. It can, however, be artificially generated by heating or subjecting a neutral gas to an electromagnetic field, which produces an ionised electrically conductive gas.

The conductor tip of the Plasma Wave pen produces a tiny plasma flash, which jumps from the tip of the pen to the skin and evaporates (note the tip of the pen does not touch the skin) leaving a small superficial brown carbon spot that looks like a little freckle on the skin. There is no heat on the surrounding skin. These small carbon spots draw together and shrink the excess skin during the healing process.

And voila, a non-surgical, non-invasive treatment used to shrink excess skin, bags and wrinkles!

The Plasma Wave pen does not burn the skin, but rather vaporises the skin and is bloodless. It is reliable and easy to perform. The innovative technology provides the same results as the “traditional smaller surgeries” without the anaesthesia.

So, what can Plasma Wave Pen be used to treat?

  • Anti-ageing

  • Sagging eyes, lifting eyes and skin tightening

  • Stretch marks

  • Scarring-Keloids

  • Pigmentation and age spots

  • Treatments of acne

  • Skin Tags

  • Caesarean scars

  • And so much more

No brainer right?

The Plasma Wave Pen is cost effective, time saving and low risk. It has minimal side effects and provides phenomenal results. So, don’t delay, book your Plasma Wave Pen treatment today! Email for a free consultation. And don’t forget to book if you would like to see the Plasma Wave Pen treatment in action.

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