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Dermatology (Replacing a C02 Device)
  • Skin lifting (face and neck lift)
  • Acne – active spots and scarring
  • Stretch mark reduction
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Remove moles* (flat or raised), age spots, sun spots and pigmentation
  • Post-surgery scars
  • Skintags
  • Cosmetic tattoo removal
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How does the plasma device work?

The device generates plasma where a visible smoke is produced during treatments, as a result of the sublimating process. Sublimation is the physical term for the shift from solid to gas.

The device heats the dermis which begins to shed post treatment allowing new fresher skin to form.

At the same time, new collagen begins to form. There is no formation of electricity and no thermal damage.

What skin conditions can plasma technology treat?

Plasma treatment is commonly used to treat the following:

  • Non-surgical blepharoplasty
  • Face, neckline and body lifting
  • Fibromas
  • Xanthelasmas
  • Spots
  • Acne
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Cysts
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Warts
  • Scars
  • Herpes Simplex
  • Keloids
  • Moles
 

Plasma treatment is now an increasingly popular non-surgical treatment for facial and skin rejuvenation.

To understand what plasma technology is, it is best to define what it is first.

Plasma is now referred to as the fourth state of matter after the three states of matter that we are familiar with, solid, liquid and gas.

Plasma is described as a “liquified gas” in which the electrons are stripped from atoms to form an ionised gas, in which ions are free to move.


  • Plasma treatments do not require any cutting of the skin and is much quicker than surgery as no general anaesthesia is required.

  • Treatments can take between 20-30 minutes and there is minimal downtime, however, there can be small formations of scabs and slight swelling. 

  • With visible results after one treatment and a gradual improvement over a couple of weeks post treatment, it is no wonder why plasma treatments are highly sought-after!

Contact us today to see if plasma treatment is suitable for you!

 

 

Cosmetic Surgery (Non-surgical)

Eyelid reconstruction (non-surgical blepharoplasty) including tightening baggy lower eyelids and excess upper eyelid skin.

  • Always have a registered Medical Officer’s approval before removing a mole or anything that could be malignant.
  
 


TYPE OF  TREATMENT 

          

Blepharopasty

Non-surgical blepharoplasty is performed without cutting, without removing excess skin or fat and without modifying the orbicular muscle of the eyelids. This helps avoid all risks inherent to the traditional surgicalintervention. * PlexR®, is a device that forms plasma to sublimate the excess skin.

Upper blepharoplasty:

Price from: $1200 -$1700

 

   additional treatments    price from :$500- $800

 

 

Upper and lower blepharoplasty:  

price from: $999-$3000

 

    additional treatments  

 price from: $500-$1000

 



Perioral wrinkles:

Perioral wrinkles are the fine or deep lines that occur around the mouth and lips. As we get older this area is often one of the first to develop wrinkles. Like most wrinkles on the face, sun exposure, genetics and smoking (smokers lines) are strong contributors to the development of these wrinkles.

Price from $500

 



Preauricular wrinkles:

Wrinkles may begin at a young age, but are particularly evident in those over 40 years of age. They usually begin as fine lines, progressing to deep creases and folds with age, and are most noticeable in skin on exposed areas of the body (i.e., face, neck, near ears dorsum of hands)

Price from: $300

 



Upper eyelids:

loose or sagging skin that creates folds or disturbs the natural contour of the upper eyelid – this can sometimes affect a person's vision. excess fatty deposits that appear as puffiness beneath the eyelid skin. bags under the eyes. ... extra skin and finewrinkles of the lower eyelid.

Upper eyelid blepharoplasty in Asians often refers to double-eyelid plasty and epicanthoplasty because about half of Asians lack an upper eyelid crease, so-called single eyelids.

Price from $500-$1000

 



Crows feet:

Crow's feet are wrinkles etched in the corner of the eye. Unlike wrinkles or expression lines on other areas of the face, crow's feet can appear to look deeper or more pronounced on the skin . Some of the leading causes of crow's feet include UV exposure and the loss of collagen and elasticity that come with age.

Price from $200-$400

 



Top lip

Fine and deep lines on the upper lip and around the mouth are called perioral wrinkles. They are common wrinkles associated with aging and are exacerbated by sun exposure and genetics. ... A number of effective treatments can diminish periorallip wrinkles.

(target wrinkles in lip line known as’smokers lines’):

 Price From: $250

 



Bottom lip:

Lip wrinkles, which are sometimes called lip lines, lipstick lines, or smoker's lines, are the little vertical lines that form on the lips of older adults. These lines are notoriously difficult to conceal. ... Lip wrinkles form on both the lips themselves and on the skin of the upper lip

Price from: $250

 



Nasolabial (smile lines):

The nasolabial folds, commonly known as "smile lines" or "laugh lines", are facial features. They are the two skin folds that run from each side of the nose to the corners of the mouth. They are defined by facial structures that support the buccal fat pad. They separate the cheeks from the upper lip.

Price from: $400

 



Jowl (double chin):

The term “jowls” is often used to describe sagging skin below your chin or jawline. ...Jowls may be less pronounced in people who have thicker skin, more fat, or more collagen in the area below the cheeks and chin. Some people may never developjowls because of their genes, environmental factors, and lifestyle choices.

Price from: $600

 



Forehead lines:

Forehead Wrinkles. The forehead is the first area of a person's face to begin to wrinkle. The forehead is very different from other areas of our body and this causes it to wrinkle first. There is no fat underneath theforehead while the rest of the face has fat deposits that will help deter wrinkles.

Price From: $400 -$500

 



Neck lift:

Necklift. A neck lift addresses common concerns like 'turkey wattle neck', excess skin and excess fat beneath the chin and on the neck. The procedure gets its name, platysmaplasty, from the platysma muscles found on each side of the neck that extend from the corner of the mouth to the upper part of the shoulder.

Price from: $1500

 



Full Fractional Facelift:

treatment that visibly tightens your skin and reduces the signs of ageing. Targeting fine lines, wrinkles, loose skin, stretch marks and open pores,

Price from$2000

 



Belly button area:

For those of you wondering what belly button tightening actually is – it's non-invasive treatment aimed at reducing the look of lines, wrinkles and loose skin around thestomach

 Price from: $800

 

Full tummy (covers the area of two hands width):

 Price from:$1500

 

Stretch marks whole area:

 Price From : $500
 



Sunspots, Skin Tags and Scars:

Sunspots are temporary phenomena on the Sun's photosphere that appear as spots darker than the surrounding areas. They are regions of reduced surface temperature caused by concentrations of magnetic field flux that inhibit convection. Sunspots usually appear in pairs of opposite magnetic polarity


skin tag is a small, soft, benign skin growth, often on a stalk. Skin tags are probably the single most common bump on adult skinSkin tags are harmless but can be annoying. Skin tags tend to occur on the eyelids, neck, armpits, groin folds, and under breasts.


scar is an area of fibrous tissue that replaces normal skin after an injury. Scars result from the biological process of wound repair in the skin, as well as in other organs and tissues of the body. Thus, scarring is a natural part of the healing process.


Price From : $80an area  {needle cost disposable single use}



 
 

 treatments can vary higher or lower price depends on how many sessions are required