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PLASMA ARC - PROTOCOL

PLASMA ARC - PROTOCOL


TREATMENT TIME:  5-60 minutes (depending on area to be treated)

 

MINIMUM AGE: 16

 

PREPPING (RECOMMENDED):

•  Client needs to prep - min 2 weeks on Vitamin A/C

•  Fitz type 4-6 - needs to use a Tyrosinase inhibitor

 

INDICATIONS:

•  Scarring

•  Stretch marks

•  Acne/congestion

•  Rejuvenation

•  Fine lines/wrinkles

•  Premature ageing

•  Hyperpigmentation

•  Skin tightening

•  UV damage

•  Skin tags

•  Non-surgical blepharoplasty

 

RECOMMENDED COURSE:

•   3-10 treatments - performed at weekly intervals for face, and body on non-ablative only

•   3-10 treatments - performed at 60-90 days intervals for faceand body for ablative treatment. Maintenance required

 

PLASMA:

  • Plasma is a combination of solid, liquid and gas.
  • When these 3 elements are combined, they create a static charge causing a spark that is visible to the human eye.
  • There are two forms of plasma, non-ablative (does  not  resurface  the  skin)  and  ablative  which removes the epidermis.

NOTE: Please do not retreat the area again until all pink atrophic lesions are cleared from previous treatment.

 


 

YOU MUST TELL US AT TIME OF CONSULTATION

{this is,so we can recommed you the correct treatments, products & when to start your treatments}


CONTRAINDICATIONS:

•   Cosmeceutical retinol within the last 7 days  (in the treatment area)

•   Topical prescription retinol within the last 2 weeks (in the treatment area)

•   Implanted device/cardiac disorders

•   Anticoagulant medication

•   Metal pins/plates (in the treatment area)

•   Sunburn

•   Isotretinoin within the last 6 months (e.g. Roaccutane, Oratane)

•   Eczema or psoriasis (in the treatment area)

•   Depilatory cream within the last week (in the treatment area)

•   Laser or IPL hair reduction, waxing within the last 1-2 weeks (in the treatment area)

•   Pregnant,  breast-feeding,  IVF  treatment  or  trying  to conceive

•   Auto-immune disease

•   Blood clotting disorder

•   Diabetes

•   Inflamed rosacea or profuse redness

•   Fungal dermatitis

•   History of abnormal or keloid scarring

•   Active cold sore on the area to be treated

•   Chemical or radiation therapy

•   Sun exposure 2 weeks prior

•   Treatment of breast tissue

•   Anti-wrinkle treatment within the last 2 weeks

•   Dermal fillers within the last 4 weeks

•   Active acne

•   Haemophilia *avoid raised lesions