Combat wrinkles, boost collagen production, and tighten sagging skin with Plasma Pen™ treatments at Lotus Health Medspa & Wellness Center in Brunswick, Georgia. Serena Skinner, MSN, APRN, ACS, and the team of expert practitioners at the medical spa offers this latest cosmetic procedure that targets a wide variety of skin conditions associated with aging. It helps you look your best without having to undergo injectable fillers or plastic surgery. Call the office or schedule an appointment online today.
What is the Plasma Pen?
The Plasma Pen is a revolutionary device that performs a noninvasive procedure to tighten, lift, and rejuvenate aging skin, much like intense pulsed light or radiofrequency therapy. The team at Island Lotus Health & Wellness recommends it to treat dull skin, wrinkles, and sagging in an even more effective, precise way.
The Plasma Pen is FDA-approved. It provides fibroblast therapy, which stimulates your skin’s natural collagen production. Collagen is a structural protein present in your tissues, but as you get older, the amount of collagen in your skin wanes. Plasma Pen stimulates a boost in collagen production and quality, improving your complexion and giving you a more youthful look.
How does the Plasma Pen rejuvenate the skin?
The Plasma Pen delivers soft-surgery plasma fibroblasting to significantly tighten, resurface, and regenerate just about any skin on your body. The pen delivers tiny bursts of plasma created by an electrical discharge. The energy affects just a tiny point of tissue with each burst.
The plasma energy is applied in a grid over the entire specified treatment area. The energy creates microtrauma that causes your body to heal by producing and remodeling collagen. The Plasma Pen disrupts the deeper levels of your skin’s surface to stimulate fibroblasts, cells present in connective tissue that produce collagen.
What areas can be treated with Plasma Pen fibroblasting?
Just about any area of the body can be treated with the Plasma Pen. At Island Lotus Health & Wellness, we can evaluate your cosmetic goals to determine exactly how the therapy can help you. Areas commonly treated include the face and neck, particularly:
Accordion lines around the sides of the mouth when you smile
Acne scars and other scars
Crow’s feet around the eyes
Jowls and jawline skin laxity
Marionette lines, creases, or folds running vertically from the corners of the mouth to the chin