Plasma sublimation is the transformation of a solid substance into a gaseous one, bypassing the liquid phase. The process of sublimation by low-temperature plasma can be implemented only under the conditions of transferring a large amount of energy to a solid substance. Low-temperature plasma has great potential. Using plasma sublimation in solving aesthetic problems of the skin, cosmetology can affect the upper layers of the skin, producing plasma dermabrasion. In turn, plasma's ability to sublimate biological tissue does not lead to a wide distribution of thermal energy in the skin, which reduces the localization of inflammation. This is evidenced by the narrow localization of the stress zone. Compared to other energy methods of dermabrasion (laser, thermolysis, radio waves, electrocoagulation), plasma sublimation does not have a wide thermal well. As a result of damage to skin cells, the evacuation of ""debris"" of affected cells occurs faster, the healing process is shortened to 3-7 days, compared to 7-14 days with other methods (laser, thermolysis, RF, electrocoagulation). However, the methods of formation of the plasma sublimation process are different. The PlasmaHealth pro device uses optimal characteristics for the effective use of plasma sublimation in cosmetology. Using the PlasmaHealth protocols, the dermabrasion of the top layer of the skin is between 2 and 5 nm.