A burn by any other name is a burn. Plasma sounds so scientific, it has been used before to baptize old skin care products. But those products did not burn your skin!
Show me the research! It does not exist. But “plasma pens” are available to hurt your skin and some people are ready to pay for this experimental “treatment”.
Once again, women will pay for damage done to their skin and hair, just as they have done for decades (centuries)?
Would you pay a stranger for burning your skin? Women do.
“Health Canada is advising consumers that plasma pens (also known as “fibroblast” devices), promoted for cosmetic skin treatments such as eyelid lifts, wrinkle reduction and removal of moles, skin tags, scars and spots, may pose health risks,” the agency said in a news release. “Plasma pens are small handheld medical devices that focus electricity on the surface of the skin, which causes a controlled burn and spreads heat throughout the targeted area.”
According to Health Canada, potential side effects of plasma pen treatment — “even when the device is used properly — include pain, swelling of the treated area, redness, sagging skin (particularly in the upper eyelids), hyperpigmentation (spots), ultraviolet (UV) sensitivity, and skin peeling and crusting.”
Be sensible! Try Skin Actives Vitamin A cream, collagen serum and ELS serum for science-based improvements.
For magic, read a book.