Plasma Eye Lift Manchester
Our Manchester clinic offers the Plasma Eye Lift, a non-invasive treatment that aims to firm the skin around the eyelids with minimal recovery time.
This cost-effective solution utilizes plasma technology to restore the elasticity of the eyelids, resulting in long-lasting effects.More Info
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The Plasma Eye Lift procedure at our Manchester clinic has been proven to be highly effective in providing long-lasting results that can potentially last for up to two years when proper aftercare and a healthy lifestyle are maintained.
This treatment involves the use of micro-burns to eliminate excess skin from the eyelid area permanently, leading to permanent tightening effects.
It is worth mentioning that this procedure does not halt the natural ageing process of the eyelids.
The Plasma Eye Lift treatment at our Manchester clinic typically only requires one or two sessions in order to achieve the desired results.
However, some individuals may need additional treatments depending on their age and the condition of their eyelids.
It is recommended to consult with a trained professional at our clinic to determine the appropriate number of treatments for your individual needs and goals before scheduling any appointments.
At our Manchester location, the Plasma Eye Lift treatment usually takes about an hour to finish.
However, if you have a consultation with the clinician during your treatment, your in-office visit may take longer than the standard one hour.
The Plasma Eye Lift treatment utilizes a specialized pen called the Lipo Freeze Plasma Spark Pen that uses ionized gases to create plasma.
The pen has a 0.3mm needle surface that causes small, superficial burns on the eyelid skin without harming it.
These plasma burns appear as tiny dots and are formed when the skin tissue is vaporised, leaving behind a carbon crust.
The carbon crust will eventually flake off, resulting in tighter, rejuvenated eyelid skin after the treatment.
The Plasma Eye Lift procedure is usually not painful, but some people may feel discomfort.
This discomfort can range from mild to severe and depends on the person’s pain threshold.
If you feel any discomfort during the treatment, let your clinician know so they can make adjustments to lessen it.
Following a Plasma Eye Lift, it is common for individuals to experience minor temporary side effects like scabbing, swelling, and redness.
While the swelling and redness usually go away within a few hours of the procedure, the scabbing can take a few days to shed off completely.
It is also possible for individuals to feel some irritation after the procedure, but this should also resolve quickly.
After undergoing a Plasma Eye Lift, it is normal for the recovery period to last anywhere from a few days to two weeks.
Scabs may appear but generally disappear within a week.
Some swelling and redness may also be present but should fade within a week to two weeks.
For the initial six weeks following a Plasma Eye Lift, it is imperative to protect the treated area from direct sunlight by using broad-spectrum sunscreen and to avoid exposing the area to the sun.
Additionally, it is important to keep the area clean and dry and to avoid using makeup or mascara until the area has fully recovered.
To clean the treated area, only use warm water.
If there is any swelling, you may apply cold compresses to the area.
It is crucial not to scratch the treated area, as this can lead to infection or scarring.
Some individuals may experience mild blistering or have skin that appears pink during the healing process, but this should return to its natural colour once the healing process is complete.
Certain medical factors may prevent someone from undergoing the Plasma Eye Lift procedure.
These include pre-existing health problems, previous eye surgeries or laser treatments, pregnancy or breastfeeding, a pacemaker, metal implants or pins in the targeted area, cancer, or HIV/autoimmune disorders.
It is important to inform our healthcare professionals about any of these conditions before beginning the Plasma Eye Lift treatment.
At our Manchester clinic, we offer a variety of Plasma Eye Lift options to help our clients achieve exactly the results they desire from the treatment.
The treatment options are the following:
- Standard Plasma Eye Lift: This treatment option involves the application of evenly spaced plasma burns on both the upper and lower eyelids.
- Compact Plasma Eye Lift: This treatment method comprises the application of concentrated plasma burns to a larger area of the upper and lower eyelids.
- Fine Lines: This is a more targeted form of the treatment that uses plasma to address the fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes.
It is crucial to discuss your goals with our clinical practitioners at VIVO Clinic Manchester to determine the most suitable treatment option for you.