Plasma Eye Lift

The non-surgical Plasma Eye Lift effectively tightens the eyelids while completely avoiding the risks of surgical blepharoplasty and laser surgeries.

The treatment, made possible by the innovative Lipo Freeze Plasma Spark Pen, revives the eyelids’ natural elasticity with minimal downtime and long-term results.

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Plasma Eye Lift Prices

Area Normal Price Sale Price
Standard 284 208
Compact 438 258
Fine Lines 174 108
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The results of Plasma Eye Lift last for 18 to 24 months.

However, as the excess skin is actually removed non-surgically, the treatment results are potentially permanent given that there is proper aftercare, and a healthy lifestyle is followed.

Even then, it is important to keep in mind that the treatment does not stop the eyelids’ skin from ageing.

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The treatment can successfully provide results after only 1 to 2 in-clinic sessions.

However, more sessions may be required depending on the condition of the eyelids, age, and other factors.

A single in-clinic session lasts at least 60 minutes for the procedure.

With a face-to-face consultation, the total time increases.

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This fully non-surgical procedure is made possible by the innovative Lipo Freeze Plasma Spark Pen.

The spark pen uses a voltaic current to ionise the natural gases in the air, turning them into plasma.

The 0.3mm needle surface of the pen is then placed near the skin to create tiny superficial burns or ‘dots’ in a controlled and deliberate manner.

These plasma dots are the result of the skin tissue instantly vaporising and leaving a carbon crust on the area.

Once the carbon crust naturally falls off, the skin is left tighter and firmer.

The needle-like tip of the Plasma Spark Pen used in the treatment never penetrates skin tissue.

The procedure is not painful. However, there is some discomfort felt during the procedure.

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The side effects of the procedure involve some light scabbing, swelling, and redness.

There may be some irritation immediately after the procedure, but it goes away quickly within a few hours.

The downtime for Plasma Eye Lift normally lasts between 3 and 14 days.

The tiny visible scabbing falls off naturally within 3 to 7 days, and the swelling and redness can take between 7 and 14 days to subside.

As there is some post-treatment scabbing, it is natural for most people to wonder if they need to book time off from work after they have undergone the procedure.

Quite simply, you do not need to take any time off from work following the procedure.

The scabbing is only superficial and will not interfere with vision at all. If you feel the need to cover the tiny crusts, you can use concealers.

However, it is very important to remember not to pick at or scratch the little scabs, whether you are at work, home, or any other place.

The aftercare routine for Plasma Eye Lift is an essential part of the treatment.

Patients are advised to use broad-spectrum sunscreen for up to 6 weeks following treatment and to avoid direct sunlight and sunbeds during the healing period.

Keeping the treated area clean and dry is vital.

The area must not be covered with any make-up or mascara until the area has healed completely.

Only warm water should be used for cleaning.

A cold compress can be used to reduce the subsequent swelling.

The superficial scabbing falls off naturally, and while it is tempting to scratch at the scabs, it is important not to. Scratching the scabs can lead to infection and scarring.

In rare cases, blistering can appear, which is still part of the healing.

After the skin has healed, patients will notice new skin tissue appearing that is pink in colour. It will gradually return to its original skin colour within some weeks.

The contraindications of Plasma Eye Lift include:

  • Non-medicated health issues
  • Surgery or laser procedures previously performed on the eye area
  • Pregnancy or breastfeeding
  • Pacemaker
  • Pins or metal implants in the treatment area
  • Cancer
  • HIV/Auto-immune disorders

The following treatment options are offered by VIVO Clinic:

  • Standard Plasma Eye Lift
    Evenly spaced-out plasma burns on the upper and lower eyelids
  • Compact Plasma Eye Lift
    Concentrated plasma burns covering more surface area on upper and lower eyelids
  • Fine Lines
    A minimalist plasma procedure for the lines around the eyes.

The Plasma Eye Lift is a very safe procedure.

Our clinicians who carry out the treatment are trained and seasoned industry professionals.

Furthermore, our clinics are maintained to the highest safety standards. The equipment we use for the treatment is regularly reviewed for safety and performance.

The Plasma Eye Lift and a non-surgical blepharoplasty are one and the same.

Sometimes, the treatment is also referred to as a non-surgical eye lift.

The absence of surgical methods in the treatment is why most people prefer it over traditional blepharoplasty.

As there is no need for anaesthesia use or any surgical incisions, the associated side effects or possible permanent damage are no longer an issue.

With the availability of non-surgical blepharoplasty as an option, the number of people opting for the surgical procedure has dramatically decreased in recent years.

Plasma Eye Lift is quite effective with potentially long-term results.

And since it is fully non-surgical, the risks that are part and parcel of traditional blepharoplasty do not occur with this treatment.

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