Plexr uses plasma technology, a new and exciting advancement in the field of aesthetic medicine which, for the first time, gives patients a non-surgical alternative to blepharoplasty.
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Time of procedure
1-2 out of 5
Average Sessions Required
Subject to individual case
WHAT IS Plexr Soft-Surgery?
Plexr Soft-Surgery, or Non-Surgical Blepharoplasty, is also known as the ‘lightning eye lift’. Plexr ‘soft surgery’ technology utilises plasma energy and is one of the best procedures to lift, tighten and rejuvenate the eye area as a ‘lunch-hour’ treatment that’s quick, comfortable and leaves no scarring.
HOW DOES Plexr Soft-Surgery work?
Plasma energy is created between the Plexr probe and the skin creating a tiny spark which heats the skin and causes superficial sublimation or vaporisation (the turning of solid tissue into a gas). This creates a tiny temporary dot on the skin, the skin retracts and tightens in the dot, creating an instant lifting effect and over the course of a few months following the treatment, increases in collagen in the dermis of the skin.
What are the benefits?
The Plexr eye treatment will lift drooping eyelids, improve the appearance of hooded eyes and tighten the skin around the eye area. As Plexr does not involve cutting the skin there are no stitches and recovery time is fairly quick. It leaves no scars and creates a very effective natural lift with permanent tightening results.
What areas can be treated?
It is most commonly used around the eyes to remove excess skin but can also be used to tighten the skin, target fine lines and wrinkles.
Plexr Soft-Surgery is also used in clinic for Minor Skin Surgery, such as the removal of moles and skin tags.
Can it be used with other treatments?
Plexr Soft-Surgery can be used in combination with other skin tightening treatments such as Morpheus8 and with other skin rejuvenation treatments like Profhilo, Nucleofill and NanoFirm as well as all our facials.
What is the downtime?
The areas treated are likely to be red with a little swelling and will likely scab over and be visible for a few days.
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