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What is Plexr Treatment and How Does It Work?

by Sujith Ram drmaryamzamani

Plexr is a non-surgical treatment used to lift the eyes, remove excess skin such as eye bags, moles, tighten the skin, skin marks, and erase scars and other unwanted features. Unlike surgical treatments for these problems, Plexr does not require general anesthesia and the recovery time is much shorter.

Why a Plexr treatment?

Plexr represents an effective alternative to various surgical procedures, such as upper / lower eyelid correction, brow lift or neck lift. The main advantage of Plexr compared to surgical intervention is the lack of scars after treatment and the fact that your skin will not become thinner but thicker. Plexr builds on the body's self-healing properties to create a superb lifting and rejuvenating effect, without leaving scars.

How Does It Work?

Plasma is created when electrons in neutral gases are removed from atoms. The high-energy matter has many uses in modern life, including in tv, and now in cosmetic treatments.

The Plexr device creates plasma by ionizing gas particles between its precise 0.5mm wide needle and the skin, creating an electric arc. The technology is very precise, so specific areas like the eyelids can be treated without touching or damaging the skin.

Dr. Maryam Zamani describes plasma as "like lightning". She said: “When lightning hits the ground, it vaporizes everything and leaves only black charcoal. In the skin, the plasma vaporizes the cells and all that remains is carbon in the form of a scab. "This scab heals, leaving the treated skin behind. In addition to vaporizing, or" sublimating, "unwanted skin, it has triple the effect of making the remaining tissues tighten and increase collagen production.

Plexr treatment has a wide range of uses. The most popular is non-surgical blepharoplasty (eyelid lift), but it can also be used to remove moles, skin tags, scars, tattoos, acne, keloid scars, and for mini face and neck lifts. It can even be used to tighten the skin in cases of the so-called "mummy belly" after having children.


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