Jet Plasma BioRePeel
is minimally invasive, generally well-tolerated, and suitable for various skin types and concerns. It can address a range of skin issues, such as fine lines, wrinkles, rosacea, acne and acne scars, uneven skin tone, and textural irregularities.
What is Plasma Jet BioRePeel?
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Combo Anti-Aging at Beauty Pro NYC lasts 60-70 minutes and includes a multiple skin treatments:
- Microdermabrasion is one of the most popular, non-invasive procedures for skin resurfacing. It is a means of mechanical skin exfoliation which uses a handheld wand to work away dead or damaged cells from the face and body. It is an incredible way to look younger, brighter, healthier and more vibrant, without undergoing anything aggressive or invasive.
- Oxygen Infusion uses calming hyperbaric oxygen to push hydration deep in the skin and works instantly to lift, tone and plump the skin.
- Radiofrequency Skin Tightening is one of the best known treatments for skin tightening. It works by heating up the collagen and elastin fibres of the skin to tighten deeper layers of the dermis. This causes contraction of the muscle causing a tightening effect.
- Microcurrent Therapy increase cellular activity by helping to tighten and smoothen the muscles and connective tissues in the face.
- Mask for your skin type is layered beneath an LED device to calm, soothe and deeply hydrate the skin.
- LED Therapy is one of the most relaxing treatments that we offer. Lay back and relax, whilst advanced light frequencies are working in sync to replenish, repair and rejuvenate your skin.
What is happened during the procedure?
Jet Plasma BioRepeel offers numerous advantages for individuals dealing with various skin concerns, including sagging skin, lines, wrinkles, acne, acne scars, pigmentation issues, rosacea, and reactive skin. Here are the key advantages of this advanced treatment:
Frequently Asking Questions:
The number of sessions needed to obtain an optimal result with Jet Plasma BioRepeel can vary depending on individual skin conditions, treatment goals, and the specific concerns being addressed.
For some individuals with mild skin concerns, a single session of Jet Plasma BioRepeel might be sufficient to achieve noticeable improvement. However, for more significant skin issues or if you’re aiming for more dramatic results, multiple sessions might be recommended.
In many cases, a series of 3 to 6 treatments spaced about 2 to 4 weeks apart is typical to achieve noticeable and lasting results.
Factors that can influence the number of sessions required include:
Severity of Skin Concerns: The more severe the skin concerns, such as deep wrinkles, extensive pigmentation, or significant scarring, the more sessions may be needed for noticeable improvement.
Skin Type and Condition: Different skin types respond differently to treatments. Your skin’s specific characteristics and condition can affect how it reacts to the Jet Plasma BioRepeel procedure.
Response to Treatment: Some individuals may respond more quickly to the treatment and achieve desired results after a few sessions, while others may require additional sessions for optimal outcomes.
Desired Level of Improvement: The extent of improvement you seek will also impact the number of sessions needed. Some individuals may be satisfied with a more subtle change, while others may aim for more significant transformations.
Maintenance and Long-Term Results: After the initial treatment series, some individuals may choose to undergo periodic maintenance sessions to sustain the results over time.
The level of discomfort experienced during Jet Plasma BioRepeel treatment can vary from person to person. Generally, the procedure is considered to be tolerable, and most individuals report mild to moderate sensations during the treatment.
Warm Sensation: During the Plasma Jet application, some individuals may feel a warm sensation on their skin. This sensation is a result of the controlled heat energy delivered by the plasma technology. The warmth can be likened to a sunburn-like feeling but is generally well-tolerated.
Tingling or Pricking: Some patients may experience mild tingling or pricking sensations as the Plasma Jet device is moved across the skin’s surface. This sensation is a result of the controlled micro-injuries created by the plasma energy.
Sensitivity in Sensitive Areas: The level of sensitivity can vary depending on the treatment area. More sensitive areas, such as around the eyes, may experience slightly more discomfort than other areas.
It’s important to remember that pain thresholds differ among individuals. While some people might find the treatment painless or only slightly uncomfortable, others might feel more sensitivity
Some common contraindications for Jet Plasma BioRepeel may include:
Pregnancy and Breastfeeding: The treatment is generally not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding individuals due to the potential risks to the developing fetus or infant.
Open Wounds or Infections: Individuals with open wounds, active infections, or skin diseases in the treatment area should postpone the procedure until the condition has healed to avoid potential complications.
Skin Sensitivity or Allergies: Individuals with known allergies to any of the components of the BioRepeel solution or other contraindicated substances should avoid the treatment.
Photosensitivity: Individuals who are sensitive to light or have a history of photosensitive reactions may not be suitable for the treatment.
Recent Chemical Peels or Other Treatments: Individuals who have recently undergone other cosmetic procedures, such as chemical peels, laser treatments, or facial injections, may need to wait until the skin has fully healed before considering Jet Plasma BioRepeel.
Recent Facial Surgery: Patients who have had recent facial surgery or cosmetic procedures in the treatment area may need to wait until their surgeon or practitioner approves the combination with Jet Plasma BioRepeel.
Use of Certain Medications: Some medications may interact with the treatment or affect the healing process. Individuals on specific medications may need to adjust their regimen or avoid the procedure altogether.
Skin Disorders or Abnormalities: Certain skin conditions or disorders may increase the risk of complications or adverse reactions to the treatment.
Implants or Devices: Individuals with implanted medical devices or metal implants in the treatment area should consult their healthcare provider or practitioner to ensure the treatment is safe for them.
History of Keloid Scarring: Individuals with a history of keloid scarring may be at a higher risk of developing keloids after the procedure.