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Plasma Pen

Plasma Pen

Plasma Pen by Louise Walsh International is the world’s most advanced non-invasive skin rejuvenation device used to treat wrinkles and aging skin. The Plasma Pen is an FDA registered and CE approved device used to perform fibroblast therapy, a technique used to stimulate production of collagen in the skin.

Permanent Effects technicians are Plasma Pen trained and certified through Louise Walsh International.

The Plasma Pen is a non-surgical procedure targeting the effects of aging by stimulating fibroblast cells improving elasticity, sagging and wrinkles traditionally treated with lasers or plastic surgery.

Tighter, smoother skin can be achieved without surgery and with minimal down time and fast recovery.

How does it work?

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How does the Plasma Pen work?

Plasma Pen produces a static electric burst of plasma gas causing a micro-trauma to the skin’s outer layers using a sterile probe that never touches the skin while simultaneously creating thermal conduction. This treatment is also known as fibroblasting. Fibroblasting significantly tightens, lifts, resurfaces and regenerates practically any area of the skin.

What is unique about Plasma Pen vs. other Fibroblasting devices?

Other fibroblasting devices are often referred to as Plasma Pen but are not the actual trademarked device. They are only designed to burn and remove skin tags and moles by cauterizing the skin. These pens are not suitable for professional use and can be dangerous.

Many of the technicians performing fibroblasting are not professionally trained. There are many contraindications for fibroblasting, including but not limited to certain medical conditions, medications and skin types. It is also important to mention that the specific techniques used to obtain the best results can only come through expert training.

The technicians at Permanent Effects have been personally trained in advanced techniques by Louise Walsh and her lead international trainer, Michael Blackham.