Areas of the Body Portrait Plasma Skin Rejuventaion Treats

The Portrait Plasma Skin Rejuvenation procedure is also referred to as PSR technology. This advanced cosmetic procedure uses energy exuded by plasma, which is essentially a form of ionized gas. Portrait Plasma Skin technology is particularly useful for some areas of the body that have been listed below:

Facial Sites

Portrait Plasma Skin is mainly marketed as facial skin rejuvenation and resurfacing technology. It is aimed at comprehensive wrinkle-removal along with improving the overall skin tone. It is known to induce long-term tightening of the skin including demanding areas like those around the lips, creating an effect similar to micro-surgical procedures like facelifts. PSR is very effective at eradicating facial lines, including lines created by deep furrows, and skin pigmentation on the cheeks caused by sun. A usual facial rejuvenation session lasts for about 45 minutes and the skin-tightening effects are often sustained for nearly a year.

Non-Facial Sites

Since Portrait Plasma also induces a minimal degree of skin resurfacing, it is being increasingly used to treat areas of the body suffering from pigmentation (besides the face). These areas include the neck, chest, hands and the upper back. For treating such bodily sites, the higher range of PSR options--PSR3 or PSR2 or a combination, PSR3&2--are used since skin in these areas is less supple than facial skin and thus, less vulnerable to the heating induced by the plasma.

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