Plasma Eye Lift Glasgow
We offer the non-surgical Plasma Eye Lift at our Glasgow clinic, which can tighten the skin on the eyelids with little downtime and relative comfort.
This cost-effective treatment utilizes a plasma spark pen to rejuvenate the elasticity of the eyelids, providing potentially long-lasting results.More Info
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The Plasma Eye Lift treatment, as provided at our Glasgow clinic, has been demonstrated to produce results that may last up to two years.
However, following proper aftercare instructions and maintaining a healthy lifestyle may make the effects of the treatment last much longer.
This is because the excess skin on the eyelid is permanently removed using micro-burns.
However, it’s important to note that the Plasma Eye Lift does not stop the eyelid skin from ageing.
At our Glasgow clinic, the Plasma Eye Lift treatment may require one or two sessions to achieve the desired results, but this can vary depending on the patient’s age, the condition of their eyelids, and other personal factors.
It is recommended to speak with our qualified clinician to determine the appropriate number of treatments for your specific goals and needs before scheduling in-clinic sessions.
The Plasma Eye Lift procedure at our Glasgow location typically takes around an hour to complete.
If you are to have a face-to-face consultation with the clinician during your treatment session, the in-clinic session may extend to longer than an hour.
The Plasma Eye Lift is a non-invasive treatment designed to enhance the appearance of the skin around the eyes by rejuvenating and tightening the eyelids.
The Lipo Freeze Plasma Spark Pen, which makes the procedure possible, generates plasma by ionizing gases in the air with an electric current.
The pen’s tip produces small, superficial burns on the surface of the skin using a 0.3mm needle surface without ever penetrating the skin.
These plasma burn dots are formed on the treated area as a result of skin tissue vaporising and a carbon crust left in place of the vaporised skin.
The skin becomes firm and tightened, with the carbon crust naturally shedding off.
During the Plasma Eye Lift treatment, some people may experience some level of discomfort, although the procedure is generally not painful.
The level of discomfort can vary based on an individual’s pain tolerance.
If you feel any discomfort during the treatment, it is important to let your clinician know so that they can take steps to alleviate it.
After having the Plasma Eye Lift treatment, it is normal to experience minor side effects like scabbing, swelling, and redness.
These effects are usually temporary and should go away within a few days of the treatment.
Some people may also feel irritation right after the procedure, but this should also disappear quickly.
Following a Plasma Eye Lift procedure, the recovery time usually lasts from 3 to 14 days.
It is common to have visible scabbing, which usually disappears within 3 to 7 days.
Swelling and redness may also occur and may take 7 to 14 days to resolve.
During this time, it is important to follow the care instructions provided by your clinician to ensure proper healing.
It is important for individuals who have received the Plasma Eye Lift treatment to follow the aftercare instructions provided to ensure optimal results and minimize the risk of complications.
These instructions may include wearing broad-spectrum sunscreen for six weeks, avoiding direct sunlight and tanning beds, keeping the treated area clean and dry, and refraining from using makeup or mascara until the area has fully healed.
To clean the treated area, only use warm water, and you may apply cold compresses to reduce swelling. Do not scratch the treated area, as it may lead to infection or scarring.
It is not uncommon for some light blistering to occur during the healing process, and the skin may appear pink while healing before returning to its natural colour.
There are several medical conditions or factors that may make someone ineligible for the Plasma Eye Lift treatment.
These may include pre-existing health problems, previous surgery or laser treatments in the eye area, pregnancy or breastfeeding, a pacemaker, metal implants or pins in the treatment area, cancer, or HIV/autoimmune disorders.
It is essential to inform our clinicians about any of these conditions before undergoing the Plasma Eye Lift treatment.
At VIVO Clinic Glasgow, we offer a variety of Plasma Eye Lift procedures to help you achieve your desired look. These options include:
- Standard Plasma Eye Lift: This procedure involves evenly spaced plasma burns on both the upper and lower eyelids.
- Compact Plasma Eye Lift: This treatment uses concentrated plasma burns on a larger area of the upper and lower eyelids.
- Fine Lines: This is a more targeted treatment that uses plasma to treat lines and wrinkles around the eyes.
It is important to consult with our clinical practitioners at VIVO Clinic Glasgow about your goals so that they can recommend the best treatment option for you.