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Plasma jet is an aesthetic treatment that can be used to treat wrinkles, expression lines, dark spots, scars and stretch marks, as it favors the production of collagen and elastic fibers, reduces keloids and even facilitates entry of assets into the skin.
Plasma jet treatment can be done every 15-30 days, according to the dermatologist's guidance. Each session lasts about 20 minutes and the results can be seen in the first treatment session.
In the 24 hours after the plasma jet sessions, it is recommended to use sunscreen with at least SPF 30, to protect the skin from the harmful effects of the sun. In addition, it may be necessary to use a specific cream or ointment to aid healing, which will be recommended by the professional who performs the technique.
What is it for
Plasma jet is an aesthetic procedure that can be used to:
- Smooth wrinkles and fine lines;
- Lighten blemishes on the face and body caused by the sun;
- Treat dark circles;
- Lift eyelids;
- Treat white or red stretch marks;
- Fighting sagging;
- Soften the scars;
- Promote facial rejuvenation.
In addition, the plasma jet can be performed by the dermatologist in order to treat small warts, with the exception of genital and plantar warts, or to lighten tattoos.
How it works
Plasma is considered the fourth state of matter, in which electrons separate from atoms, producing an ionized gas.This gas activates the regeneration and healing process, stimulates the immune system and facilitates the production of collagen, contributing to a better overall appearance of the skin.
In addition, plasma also opens the ion channels of dermal cells, which allows for greater hydration and greater firmness of the skin.
Does the plasma jet hurt?
Plasma jet treatment may cause some pain or discomfort. Therefore, it is common to use an anesthetic gel before the procedure.
Care after Plasma Jet
After treatment, the person may feel a burning sensation, which should last for a few hours. The professional can apply a product that soothes and helps to regenerate the treated area and recommends using it for more days, in addition to using sunscreen. If the treatment is carried out with the aim of rejuvenation, the person should use a specific cream for the treatment at home.
When not indicated
Plasma jet treatment should not be performed on people who use a cardiac pacemaker, who suffer from epilepsy, during pregnancy, in case of cancer or who have metallic implants in the body, or who use photosensitizing drugs, as is the case with isotretinoin, for example.