Plasma Eye Lift Birmingham
At our Birmingham clinic, we offer the non-surgical Plasma Eye Lift procedure to help you tighten your eyelids with minimal downtime.
This affordable treatment uses a plasma spark pen to rejuvenate the natural elasticity of the eyelids for long-lasting results and none of the risks associated with surgery.More Info
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The Plasma Eye Lift is known to produce results that 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.
To help prolong the results of the treatment, it is important to follow the recommended aftercare instructions and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
At our Birmingham clinic, the Plasma Eye Lift usually involves one to two sessions to lead to the desired effects.
However, the number of sessions may vary depending on various factors, such as the condition of the eyelids, age, and other individual characteristics.
It’s essential to consult with our qualified clinician to determine the right number of treatment sessions for you based on your specific needs and goals.
An in-clinic session for the Plasma Eye Lift at our Birmingham clinic typically takes at least 60 minutes, including the time needed for the procedure itself.
If a face-to-face consultation is also included in the session, the total time at the clinic may increase.
It’s essential to allow enough time for consultation and treatment to ensure that you receive the highest quality care.
The Plasma Eye Lift is a non-invasive procedure that aims to tighten and firm the skin around the eyelids.
It utilizes a specialized tool called the Lipo Freeze Plasma Spark Pen, which uses a voltaic current to ionize natural gases in the air and generate plasma.
The pen’s needle-like tip never actually punctures the skin, but rather, it creates tiny superficial burns, or ‘dots,’ on the surface of the skin through the use of a 0.3mm needle surface.
These plasma dots are formed when the skin tissue vaporizes, leaving a carbon crust on the treated area.
After the carbon crust falls off naturally, the skin around the eyes is left looking firmer and tighter.
While the Plasma Eye Lift procedure is generally not painful, some individuals may experience discomfort during the treatment.
The level of discomfort can vary based on an individual’s pain tolerance and the specific technique being used.
It’s essential to let the clinician know if you feel any discomfort during the procedure so that they can adjust the treatment as needed.
It’s always a good idea to have an open and honest conversation with our qualified clinician before beginning any treatment to address any concerns you may have.
The Plasma Eye Lift procedure may result in some mild side effects such as light scabbing, swelling, and redness.
These effects are usually temporary and should resolve within a few hours to a few days after the procedure.
Some people may experience irritation immediately following the procedure, but this typically stops quickly.
The recovery time for the Plasma Eye Lift procedure usually lasts from 3 to 14 days.
The visible scabs will typically fall off within 3 to 7 days, and the swelling and redness may take 7 to 14 days to subside.
Proper aftercare is an essential part of the Plasma Eye Lift treatment.
Patients are usually advised to use a broad-spectrum sunscreen for up to 6 weeks after the procedure.
They are also asked to avoid direct sunlight and tanning beds during this period.
It’s important to keep the treated area dry and clean and to avoid applying makeup or mascara until the area has fully healed.
Only warm water should be used to clean the area. A cold compress can be used to help reduce any swelling that may occur after the procedure.
The superficial scabs will fall off on their own, but it’s essential not to scratch them to prevent infection and scarring.
In rare cases, light blistering can occur. If it does, it will still be s part of the healing process.
Once the skin has healed, new skin tissue may appear pink in colour, but it will gradually return to its natural colour over time.
There are certain conditions that may make an individual ineligible for Plasma Eye Lift.
These include non-medicated health issues, previous surgery or laser procedures on the eye area, pregnancy or breastfeeding, a pacemaker, metal implants or pins in the treatment area, cancer, and HIV/autoimmune disorders.
These conditions, and others, are known contraindications for Plasma Eye Lift.
It’s essential to inform us about any of these conditions before considering the treatment.
At VIVO Clinic Birmingham, we offer a range of Plasma Eye Lift treatment options to help you achieve your desired results. These options include:
- Standard Plasma Eye Lift: This procedure involves applying plasma burns evenly across the upper and lower eyelids.
- Compact Plasma Eye Lift: This treatment involves using concentrated plasma burns to cover a larger surface area on the upper and lower eyelids.
- Fine Lines: This is a more minimalistic plasma procedure that targets the lines and wrinkles around the eyes.
It is important to consult with our clinical practitioners at VIVO Clinic Birmingham to determine the best treatment option for your individual needs and goals.
They will be able to assess your specific concerns and recommend the most appropriate treatment.