Plasma Skin Tightening Facial Course

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1 day course in London (from 10am until 5pm). Plasma Pen and kit included.

This course will cover stretch marks, loose skin on the tummy, neck lifts, age spot rejuvenation, flat scars, wrinkled hands and skin tags.

Course Entry Requirements

In order to enrol on this course you must be a fully insured beauty therapist, Microblading artist (approved course) or permanent make up artist or hold recognised accredited Level 2 (Facials) and Level 3 (Anatomy and Physiology) qualifications. 

What is Plasma?

Specifically designed to dramatically enhance looks without cutting, burning or removing excess skin or fat, plasma fibroblasting is a great substitute for traditional surgical treatments, and an essential addition to your medical, aesthetic or beauty clinic.

How Does Plasma Work?

Plasma Fibroblasting treatments work on the principle of ionized gas in the air. At the right distance from the skin, oxygen and nitrogen are mixed, and the electrostatic energy produces the plasmatic effusion or arc, which discharges onto the skin.

Without actually touching the skin, this plasma arc vaporises the skin forcing it to contract and stimulates fibroblasts – the cells responsible for the production of collagen.

Small carbon crusts form on the skin, resembling dots, which slough away over the coming days to reveal regenerated skin.

This micro trauma and stimulation is the key to the treatments results.

Fibroblasts and micro trauma

The micro trauma caused by plasma stimulates Fibroblasts, existing collagen and elastin in the skin and promotes the production of new skin cells which will help to strengthen, plump and tighten the skin.

New cell production continues for several weeks after a session. This helps to refine fine lines and wrinkles, and improve the overall complexion of the skin.

Fibroblasts are critical in supporting healing functions of the skin, and involved in key processes such as creating new extra cellular matrix (ECM) and collagen.

Insurance

Full insurance available

Address:

Everlasting Academy, 12 Chillingworth Road, London, N7 8QJ

 

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1 day course in London (from 10am until 5pm). Plasma Pen and kit included.

This course will cover stretch marks, loose skin on the tummy, neck lifts, age spot rejuvenation, flat scars, wrinkled hands and skin tags.

Course Entry Requirements

In order to enrol on this course you must be a fully insured beauty therapist, Microblading artist (approved course) or permanent make up artist or hold recognised accredited Level 2 (Facials) and Level 3 (Anatomy and Physiology) qualifications. 

What is Plasma?

Specifically designed to dramatically enhance looks without cutting, burning or removing excess skin or fat, plasma fibroblasting is a great substitute for traditional surgical treatments, and an essential addition to your medical, aesthetic or beauty clinic.

How Does Plasma Work?

Plasma Fibroblasting treatments work on the principle of ionized gas in the air. At the right distance from the skin, oxygen and nitrogen are mixed, and the electrostatic energy produces the plasmatic effusion or arc, which discharges onto the skin.

Without actually touching the skin, this plasma arc vaporises the skin forcing it to contract and stimulates fibroblasts – the cells responsible for the production of collagen.

Small carbon crusts form on the skin, resembling dots, which slough away over the coming days to reveal regenerated skin.

This micro trauma and stimulation is the key to the treatments results.

Fibroblasts and micro trauma

The micro trauma caused by plasma stimulates Fibroblasts, existing collagen and elastin in the skin and promotes the production of new skin cells which will help to strengthen, plump and tighten the skin.

New cell production continues for several weeks after a session. This helps to refine fine lines and wrinkles, and improve the overall complexion of the skin.

Fibroblasts are critical in supporting healing functions of the skin, and involved in key processes such as creating new extra cellular matrix (ECM) and collagen.

Insurance

Full insurance available

Address:

Everlasting Academy, 12 Chillingworth Road, London, N7 8QJ