Plasma therapy is one of the latest skincare techniques to hit Australia markets, and Esthetica Academy is one of the few businesses licenced to provide courses on how businesses should provide this treatment.
So what is Plasma Therapy?
Plasma is a state of matter made up of gas and energy that is naturally made within the body, it is the clear liquid that we often see after we have fallen over and injured our skin. Plasma is one of the few substances that we know of that is designed to naturally repair skin cells without damaging surrounding areas. Therefore, plasma therapy utilises a pen-like device to harness air and electricity to bring the plasma to the surface of the skin. This pen device breaks the skin without touching and causes tiny scabs to produce plasma and tighten the skin around it. While the skin repairs itself it also produces collagen to smooth over the skin, thus providing clients with younger and refreshed looks.
Why Consider it?
1. One Session
For many clients, they will only need to undergo one session for them to see the results they wanted. The combination of plasma and collagen provides your clients with smoother and tighter skin in a limited time period.
2. Long-Lasting Results
Some practitioners would even call these results permanent as the signs of aging and wrinkles only really begin to appear again years later, and often they are not as significant. These results are made possible by the pen-like device that is used, as the practitioner can be as accurate as possible and specifically target wrinkles and sagging skin.
As aforementioned this device doesn’t break the skin, therefore there is no surgery required to perform this procedure and is often more effective than surgeries like blepharoplasty. Being non-invasive also calms down clients who are concerned that this will have implications like the Facebook posts they often see of badly performed cosmetic surgeries.
4. Removes Wrinkles and Improves Scars
By encouraging the generation of plasma and collagen in skin cells, it can repair damaged skin and effectively remove impurities from sight. This can include removing wrinkles and sagging skin, thus slowing down the aging process and repairing scars from surgical procedures and injuries.
While the price may seem high for the technology and training, it pays for itself with the number of clients that are growing in interest for plasma therapy. Additionally, because there are minimal maintenance costs, as a clinic you can still price this treatment competitively with your laser, resurfacing or skin treatments you may offer.
6. Overall Better Skin
Plasma Therapy provides a non-surgical way to rejuvenate the skin and make it look younger and feel smoother. But it also helps with the continuous production of collagen and plasma in the future meaning clients will have fewer scars from acne and injuries, fewer blemishes, impurities and often a quicker healing time if they do have an injury that breaks the skin.
7. Short Downtime
Isn’t this what every client wants to know, how long until I can put makeup on again? With the scabbing (and swelling if performed near the eyes) often the downtime is limited to 3-4 days but clients may see results earlier if their skin reacts well.
So if you as a business are considering offering Plasma Therapy to your clients, make sure to get proper training and technology from the experts at Esthetica Academy and if you have any further queries regarding plasma therapy do not hesitate to get in contact with us!