Are you looking to remove unwanted crows feet? Is your face starting to show signs of ageing and you want to look and feel younger?
Our Crow’s Feet Treatment using our hugely successful Fibroblast Plasma Pen is a revolutionary, non-surgical procedure that is proven to reduce and remove your crows feet. A delicate but straight forward treatment with minimal discomfort that immediately creates collagen and dramatically tightens the skin around your eyes .
Crow’s Feet Treatment
One of our highly trained skin specialists will use the Plasma Pen to penetrate the dermis of the skin and create tiny micro-millimetre sized wounds. This increases collagen and minimises the skin in its immediate vicinity around the eyes. Collagen is responsible for skin strength and elasticity and its degradation leads to wrinkles that accompany ageing.
How long is the Plasma Pen treatment?
Treatment time is generally around 30-40 mins but may take longer depending on the size of the area being treated. There will be a consultation prior to the treatment where we can analyse the skin closer and you can have any questions answered. The results can be almost immediate and the effects can last between 3 – 5 years.
What we recommend you do now
- The starting point for any removal treatment is to have a 40 min consultation with an experienced skin expert. This consultation will include a thorough skin analysis, patch test and a skin scan. We will also discuss any relevant medical history and establish if there are any contraindications to treatment, as well as pre and post care procedures. The consultation is the perfect opportunity to discuss any concerns or questions you may have about the treatment. Once the consultation has been completed, the therapist can then book your Fibroblast treatment.
- Consulations just £35
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What is Plasma Pen?
Plasma Pen converts electrical energy and transmits (with no contact) that energized gas to the skin’s surface from above. A micro-trauma is then caused to the skin’s epidermal layer (top layers) whilst simultaneously heating and disrupting the deeper dermal structure via thermal conduction.