Low energy pulses of microplasma thermolysis work on the very surface and cause effects similar to a light acid peel, brighten and even out tone, while high energy pulses affect deeper layers of the skin and cause effects comparable to those observed after microdermabrasion or laser rejuvenation. , including collagen retraction, but without damaging the epidermis. A distinctive feature of the plasma resurfacing procedure using a microplasma thermolysis nozzle is fast and safe healing and minimal erythema, which disappears after a few days.
- acne and post-acne;
- stretch marks;
- sagging skin on the face and décolleté;
A single discharge is formed between the tip of a thin needle / cone electrode, strongly curved by the skin surface. A high voltage is applied to the electrode, the skin acts as a floating electrode, and at some point the voltage becomes sufficient for partial conization of air to occur in the narrow corridor between the tip of the needle and the skin.
Charged particles begin to move at great speed to the surface of the skin and hit it with force, while a very rapid release of a large amount of energy in a small volume occurs. As a result of instantaneous evaporation of everything that is in this volume (water, organic compounds), a neat depression is formed, the walls of which look dark, due to charring / carbonization. It is important that the heating of the adjacent undamaged areas does not occur either to the side or in depth - the process of evaporation and the formation of a charred wall proceeds so quickly. Not only the liquid is corrected, but also liquid structures, therefore, from the point of view of physics, this process is correctly called sublimation, that is, the transition of a substance from a solid state to a gas, bypassing the liquid phase.
- non-surgical blepharoplasty;
- intimate plasticity;
- resurfacing of scars and stretch marks.