Definition - What does Portrait Plasma mean?
Portrait Plasma is a skin rejuvenating and skin resurfacing procedure that uses thermal energy to stimulate elastin and collagen production. The treatment is a cosmetic procedure used to treat wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, acne scars, sunburn, skin laxity, enlarged pores, and for improving skin texture.
The treatment entails the usage of nitrogen-based plasma and harnessed thermal energy to treat the damaged area of skin.
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Portrait Plasma skin regeneration is a skin treatment that harnesses thermal energy and uses plasma (ionized gas) with the goal of skin rejuvenation and resurfacing. It is a cosmetic procedure that utilizes natural energy and aims to substitute laser treatments by being less ablative and more easily absorbed by the skin. It’s a low-risk procedure, that includes the use of a topical anesthetic.
The portrait plasma skin regeneration treatment is conducted with the use of a handpiece that targets a specific skin area without having direct contact with the skin itself. The handpiece channels focused plasma energy to the target area, with the patient experiencing a soft, warm sensation.
The goal of the treatment is the regeneration and resurfacing of the skin. This is achieved by the stimulation of collagen and elastin production in the skin, which decreases both as a natural side effect of the aging process as well as a consequence of sunburns and other related damage to the skin. The procedure is used to treat acne scarring, sunburns, wrinkles, enlarged pores, hyperpigmentation, and to smoothen, tighten and refresh the skin.