Plasma Pen Skin Lifting

A revolutionary new treatment which tightens, firms and renews your skin. Smoothing out lines and wrinkles. Lifting sagging eyelids and baggy under eyes. Firming and tightening neck and jawline. Not only for the face, this treatment target loose skin on most areas of the body. Turn back time, and turn your back on ageing skin.

As treatment areas vary from client to client, please feel free to book a complimentary, no obligation consultation to discuss how a Plasma Skin Rejuvenation Treatment will benefit you.

Upper Face

Upper Eye Lift
Lower Eye Area
Crow’s Feet
Upper & Lower Eyes (Includes crows feet)
Brow Lift
Forehead Lines from
Frown Lines (between brows)
Full Forehead Lift (Includes frown lines)
Non surgical Facelift -Half Facelift
Non surgical Facelift - Full Facelift
Abdomen/Stretch Marks from
Skin Tag Removal from

Lower Face

Nasolabial Fold
Marioneete Lines
Oral Commissures & Mouth Corners
Upper Lip
Lower Lip
Upper & Lower Lip (Includes corners)
Jawline/Jowl Tightening from
Neck Lines/Bands
Half Neck Lift
Full Neck Lift (Includes neck bands)

What is Plasma Pen?

Plasma Pen fibroblasting is a highly versatile procedure that is stunningly effective in wrinkle smoothing, eyelid tightening and eyelid hood reduction. It treats, repairs, lifts, regenerates and rejuvenates and almost any area of the skin and spectacularly improves and brightens skin tone, laxity and texture, significantly tightens loose skin and dramatically reduces and plumps out lines and wrinkles. 

Plasma Pen and its pioneering technique helps deliver a brighter, more contoured and youthful appearance and results are virtually immediate an incredibly long lasting - all without any need for fillers, suturing, scalpels, injectable anaesthetic, ablation or costly and invasive surgery. 

Skin Rejuvenation

Why does causing trauma to the skin cause skin rejuvenation? Inflammation starts minutes after injury increasing blood flow to the area activating fibroblast cells, stimulating them to lay down collagen cells. Next the fibroblasts cells spread inwards towards the trauma leaving behind collagen and elastin cells. 

Increased levels of type 3 collagen: fibroblast cells continues to produce collagen for several weeks after trauma, they also begin the process of collagen alignment and cross linking which reduces fine lines and wrinkles. The most important part of the inflammatory response is the release of growth factors, which send a chemical message to the skin resulting in the laying down of new collagen strands. 

It takes 3 months for type 3 collagen (new collagen) to turn into type 1 collagen (strengthens skin and connective tissues).