PlasmAGE®

Non-invasive micro-surgery for droopy eyelids, skin defects & anti-ageing.
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Micro-surgery with less downtime than ever before

PlasmAGE is a specially designed medical device used to treat common skin conditions without the need for invasive surgery or anaesthesia.

By leveraging the phenomenon of Plasma, the PlasmAGE tool uses a small electric discharge that treats the affected area without actually touching the skin, making it non-ablative and relatively pain-free. Where previously patients have had to undergo drawn out and painful procedures to treat their skin concerns, PlasmAGE can be done in one session, with minimal recovery time and instantly visible results.

For help with:

+ Blepharoplasma (droopy eyelids)
+ Xanthelasma (skin lesions)
+ Acne
+ Scarring
+ Stretch marks
+ Keloids
+ Warts
+ Fine lines and wrinkles
+ Pigmentation
+ Cutaneous fibroma (skin tags)

With PlasmAGE there is no bleeding, a very short recovery time, the treatment is fast and relatively pain-free and is much cheaper than surgery.

Frequently Asked Questions

What results can I expect?

PlasmAGE is a highly effective solution. Most patients notice a considerable difference in appearance to the target areas.

What does the treatment involve?

An anaesthetic cream is applied to the areas being treated. After 30-40 minutes, the PlasmAGE device – small wand – is slowly hovered above the areas of concern, letting off a tiny electrical discharge. The process ‘evaporates’ the target tissue located in the epidermis, and does not at all affect the deeper layers of skin in the dermis meaning no inflammation. The procedure typically only takes 10-15 minutes.

Is the procedure painful?

Most patients report it feels like an elastic band hitting the skin, and is not painful.

How long does it take to work?

In most cases, one treatment is enough. However, some patients may require 2 treatments depending on the severity of their skin concern.

Are there any side effects?

The impact areas may leave tiny scabs and redness which typically heal and subside within one week.