Plasma and the future of cosmetology

Plasma and the future of cosmetology

Plasma technologies are one of the most innovative trends in modern medicine and cosmetology. In recent years, they have become widespread and have been frequently used to solve many problems in various fields, including cosmetology.

Plasma is the fourth state of matter, after solid, liquid, and gaseous. It is obtained by heating a gas to high temperatures, at which electrons are separated from atoms and molecules, forming a cloud of charged particles. Plasma has unique properties that allow it to be used in various fields, including cosmetology.

One of the most promising applications of plasma in cosmetology is the removal of unwanted skin changes such as scars, stretch marks, wrinkles and pigmentation. When using plasma to remove unwanted changes in the skin, special devices are used that create a plasma discharge and spray it on the skin. The plasma discharge destroys damaged skin cells, causing tissue regeneration and healing.

According to MarketsandMarkets, the global market for plasma technology in cosmetology is expected to grow to $2.81 billion by 2027 from $1.67 billion in 2021, with an average annual growth rate of 8.2%. This significant market growth indicates that plasma technology in cosmetology will be widely used in the near future.

In Europe, plasma technology is also gaining popularity. For example, in 2019, a study in Belgium found that plasma technology is highly effective in the treatment of scars and stretch marks, as well as skin recovery after burns. In addition to removing unwanted skin changes, plasma technology can also be used for other cosmetic purposes. For example, they can be used to stimulate hair growth. Plasma technology helps to stimulate blood circulation and tissue regeneration, which can lead to improved hair growth.

In addition, plasma technology can be used to treat various skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. Plasma technology can help reduce inflammation and improve tissue healing, which can improve skin conditions and reduce disease symptoms.

However, despite all the promise of plasma technology in cosmetology, their limitations and potential risks must be considered. For example, plasma technology may cause certain side effects such as redness, swelling, and discomfort. In addition, plasma technology may not be suitable for all skin types and in some cases may aggravate certain skin problems.

In general, we can say that plasma technology is one of the most innovative trends in cosmetology. They have great potential and can be used for many tasks related to skin improvement and cosmetic procedures. However, before using plasma technology in cosmetology, you should consult a qualified specialist and assess all potential risks and side effects.

Author: Pugach Svetlana