Plasma Pen by Louise Walsh International is the world’s leading, most advanced and sought-after plasma device for non-invasive soft-surgery, fibroblasting sublimation treatment, non-surgical blepharoplasty, dynamic skin-lifting, skin-tightening and rejuvenation.
Thanks to its ingenious, ground-breaking and lightweight design; Plasma Pen is a next-generation treatment able to treat practically any area of the skin with incredible precision. It delivers truly stunning, long-lasting and natural-looking results which delight thousands of customers around the world and our results are especially impressive when compared to other comparative treatments, procedures and devices.
As we age our dermal layer thins, less collagen is produced, elastin fibres wear out & these changes in the scaffolding of our skin cause it to wrinkle & sag and to lose laxity & texture – similar to how the scaffolding of a building would lose integrity & collapse if it rusted, weakened & became unable to bear loads.
Our device & pioneering fibroblast technique is specifically designed to dramatically repair, reverse & mitigate these effects & deliver a more youthful appearance using state-of-the-art technology, proven science & best practice technique.
All Plasma Pen treatments are performed by Gill Dempsey. Gill works independently with Enhance Medical Aesthetics Clinic
Plasma Pen – FAQs
Q – How does Plasma Pen work?
A – The tiny micro traumas delivered to the epidermis encourage fibroblasts in the dermis layer to stimulate new cell growth along with new collagen bundles plumping out the skin to reduce lines and wrinkles
Q – What skin types can be treated?
A – On the Fitzpatrick Skin Type Scale skin types l, ll and lll can be treated
Q – How long do Plasma Pen Treatments last?
A – Treatments can last 3 to 5 years depending on lifestyle
Q – Is Plasma Pen Treatment painful?
A – Plasma Pen is virtually a pain free treatment and is often described as merely tingly however the treatment may be moderately uncomfortable depending on you and what area is being treated.