Portrait Plasma Skin Regeneration Review

by Marisa Amorasak

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Portrait® Plasma Skin Regeneration is one of the most recent advancements in cosmetic skincare technology. By using non-ablative techniques, Portrait Plasma Skin Regeneration helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, sun damage, acne scarring, and uneven skintone. The plasma used during the procedure comes in the form of a nitrogen gas, which gently and effectively resurfaces the skin. Portrait Plasma Skin Regeneration can be performed over several sessions with little downtime, or during one procedure with about a week of downtime.

How Does Portrait Plasma Skin Regeneration Work?

Portrait Plasma Skin Regeneration is a non-ablative treatment, which means there is no physical intrusion into the skin. Other non-ablative treatments include light and laser procedures like Fraxel®and the IPL Photofacial. While light and laser procedures are popular and effective, Portrait Plasma Skin Regeneration offers similar results to such procedures without the associated radiation effects. That’s because instead of lasers, Portrait Plasma Skin Regeneration uses plasma from nitrogen gas to gently resurface the skin. The plasma forms a natural protective layer over the skin, so the top layers of skin are protected. Over the next three to five days following treatment, the skin will turn brown and start to flake off. Studies have shown that the benefits of new, fresh, glowing skin will continue to emerge for the next year.

The Portrait Plasma Skin Regeneration Experience

The Portrait Plasma Skin Regeneration is completely customizable based on a patient’s skin type and desires. If a patient seeking a gentler treatment, they may spread the treatment out into a few sessions. This will eliminate the amount of downtime after each session and will also allow the patient a more gradual approach to skin regeneration. Of course, Portrait Plasma Skin Regeneration can be performed in just one visit.

During the Portrait Plasma Skin Regeneration session, the patient’s face is thoroughly cleaned and prepped. Then, nitrogen gas is sprayed onto the face. The spray is painless and the procedure takes about fifteen minutes total. Portrait Plasma Skin Regeneration is effective at treating crow’s feet and wrinkles near the eye, so is safe to use in the eye area when performed by a trained aesthetician.

Portrait Plasma Skin Regeneration Risks and Side Effects

Because Portrait Plasma Skin Regeneration is non-ablative, there are no major risks or side effects associated with the treatment. However, nitrogen gas is a powerful substance that will resurface the skin over the days following the treatment. It’s recommended that patients of Portrait Plasma Skin Regeneration take about five days off to rest at home and allow the peeling process to develop. Unsightly patches, skin discoloration, and redness should be expected. The major peeling will subside around the fifth day after treatment.

Scheduling a Portrait Plasma Skin Regeneration

Portrait Plasma Skin Regeneration can help fade stubborn wrinkles, acne scars, and other skin ailments to reveal fresh, glowing skin after just one session. If you’d like to learn more about this innovative treatment or to schedule your free consultation with a skincare specialist in your area, contact our representatives today.

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