Plasma Eye Lift Belfast
The Plasma Eye Lift at our Belfast clinic is a non-surgical procedure that tightens the eyelids without the risks associated with surgical blepharoplasty or laser surgery.
The Lipo Freeze Plasma Spark Pen is used to rejuvenate the natural elasticity of the eyelids with minimal downtime and long-lasting results.More Info
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The results of the Plasma Eye Lift are known to typically last for 18 to 24 months.
However, because the excess skin is removed non-surgically, the effects of the treatment may be permanent with proper aftercare and a healthy lifestyle.
It’s worth noting that the Plasma Eye Lift cannot prevent the skin on the eyelids from ageing.
It is important to follow the recommended aftercare instructions and maintain a healthy lifestyle to help prolong the results of the treatment.
The Plasma Eye Lift at our Belfast clinic typically requires 1 to 2 in-clinic sessions to achieve the desired results.
However, the number of sessions may vary depending on the condition of the eyelids, age, and other individual factors.
It’s important to discuss your specific needs and goals with our qualified clinician to determine the appropriate number of treatment sessions for you.
A single in-clinic session for the Plasma Eye Lift typically lasts at least 60 minutes.
This includes the time needed for the actual procedure.
If a face-to-face consultation is also included, the total time spent at the clinic may be longer.
It’s important to allow enough time for consultation and treatment to ensure that you receive the best possible care.
The Plasma Eye Lift is a non-surgical procedure that uses the innovative Lipo Freeze Plasma Spark Pen to tighten and firm the skin on the eyelids.
The spark pen creates plasma by ionizing the natural gases in the air using a voltaic current.
The needle-like tip of the pen never actually penetrates the skin tissue.
The 0.3mm needle surface of the pen is placed near the skin to create tiny, controlled superficial burns, or ‘dots,’ on the surface of the skin.
These plasma dots are formed when the skin tissue instantly vaporizes, leaving a carbon crust on the treated area.
When the carbon crust naturally falls off, the skin around the eyes is left tighter and firmer.
The Plasma Eye Lift procedure is generally not painful, but some people may experience discomfort during the treatment.
The level of discomfort can vary depending on an individual’s pain tolerance and the specific technique used.
It’s important to communicate any discomfort you feel to the clinician so that they can adjust the treatment as needed.
It’s always a good idea to discuss your concerns with our qualified clinician before starting any treatment.
The Plasma Eye Lift procedure may cause some light scabbing, swelling, and redness as side effects.
These effects are typically mild and should resolve quickly within a few hours, or a few days in some cases, after the treatment.
Some people may experience irritation immediately after the procedure, but this usually goes away quickly.
For the Plasma Eye Lift procedure, recovery time usually ranges from 3 to 14 days.
The small visible scabs will naturally fall off within 3 to 7 days, and the swelling and redness may take 7 to 14 days to fade.
The aftercare for Plasma Eye Lift is an important aspect of the treatment.
Patients are normally advised to use a broad-spectrum sunscreen for up to 6 weeks after treatment and to avoid direct sunlight and tanning beds during this time.
It is important to keep the treated area clean and dry and not to cover it with makeup or mascara until it has completely healed.
Only warm water should be used for cleaning, and a cold compress can help reduce swelling.
The superficial scabs will fall off naturally, but it is important not to scratch them as this can lead to infection and scarring.
In rare cases, blistering may occur as part of the healing process.
After the skin has healed, new skin tissue may appear pink in colour and will gradually return to its original colour over time.
Plasma Eye Lift should not be performed in individuals who have non-medicated health issues, have undergone surgery or laser procedures on the eye area, are pregnant or breastfeeding, have a pacemaker, have pins or metal implants in the treatment area, have cancer, or have HIV/autoimmune disorders.
These conditions, among others, are known as contraindications for Plasma Eye Lift.
It is important to inform our clinicians about any of these conditions before considering Plasma Eye Lift.
VIVO Clinic Belfast offers the following treatment options for the Plasma Eye Lift:
- Standard Plasma Eye Lift: This involves evenly spaced plasma burns on the upper and lower eyelids.
- Compact Plasma Eye Lift: This involves concentrated plasma burns covering a larger surface area on the upper and lower eyelids.
- Fine Lines: This is a minimalist plasma procedure that targets the lines around the eyes.
It is important to consult with the clinical practitioner at VIVO Clinic Belfast to determine the most appropriate treatment option based on your individual needs and goals.