Does the Treatment Hurt?
Each area to be treated is covered with a topical anesthetic to diminish discomfort. Everyone tolerates the treatment differently, but most say on a scale from 1-10 it’s about a 2 or 3.
Is the Plasma Treatment right for me?
You may not be a good candidate for the treatment if your skin develops hyperpigmentation, hypopigmentation or keloids as a result of a skin injury.
How do I take care of my skin after the treatment?
Your post care plan will be discussed during your consultation. Immediately after your treatment your skin may be red, tender and swollen in the treatment area. Swelling may occur in the first 2-3 days, and is completely normal. The small carbon dots on the treated area will flake from your skin between day 5 and 7.
What are possible side effects?
Possible side effects are inflammation, scarring or minor change in skin pigmentation, these are very rare, but must be understood before deciding to move forward. It is also very important to follow the post care instructions closely for the best results.