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Plasmage is a new, exciting device for aesthetic treatments. Using Plasma Energy technology, Plasmage treats a variety of difficult areas with minimal downtime and pain. For patients, the device offers an alternative to the daunting prospect of surgery.

Patient safety is of utmost importance which is why Plasmage is the only device to use fractional plasma meaning that the device will not go above the preset temperatures during treatment.

Benefits:   Long lasting results - Quick procedure - Significantly cheaper than surgery - Less downtime - Minimal side effects - No general anaesthetic - No stitches or cuts to the skin

How does Plasmage work?  The device creates a series of small dots on the skin that are triggers for an immediate reaction – the tissue is tightened, lifted, contoured, and renewed. Plasmage uses the fourth state of matter – gas – to achieve this effect. An ionisation of gases from the air occurs, creating a small electric arch. These electric arches are used to treat a certain problem, while the surrounding skin remains unaffected.



Who is the treatment Intended for?

Plasmage can be used for a number of skin problems as well as for rejuvenating different areas of the face, and is safe for use on all skin types.

Eyelift treatments have amazing results: the effect is similar to a surgical procedure but without undergoing invasive surgery, and the recovery period is short, with impressive results. The procedure lasts about 15-30 minutes, with visible end results in about 6-8 weeks.

Is the treatment painful?

You will have numbing cream applied and only feel a brief heat and tingly sensation. Swelling may occur on the treated area, allow for 7-10 days downtime. You can then return to all your regular daily activities.

What are the results?

Results can be immediately visible after treatment, but you will have a good result  8 weeks after treatment. The optimal results occurs between 5-6 months after treatment. These results will last approximately 1-2 years.


Non-Surgical Eye Lift

Upper or lower


Course of 2

Upper or lower




Non-Surgical Eye Lift

Upper & lower


Course of 2

Upper & lower



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