Conditions that Portrait Plasma Skin Rejuvenation Treats

Portrait Plasma Skin Rejuvenation is a noninvasive cosmetic treatment that uses thermal energy to resurface skin and stimulate collagen production. Conditions on the face and neck that plasma skin rejuvenation treats include:

Wrinkles and Fine Lines

Because Portrait Plasma Skin Rejuvenation resurfaces damaged outer layers of skin and helps produce collagen, the skin becomes naturally tauter over time. This can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles on the face and neck, including the most commonly affected areas around the eyes and the mouth.

Sunspots and Discoloration

Sunspots and discoloration on skin are the result of an excess of melanin in skin cells that occur after sun exposure or during aging. Portrait Plasma Skin Rejuvenation can help even out the skin tone on the treated areas of the face and neck, by breaking up the excess melanin. These spots will lighten considerably, although they may not completely dissipate.


Scarring on the face and neck, particularly acne scars, can also result in excess melanin in the skin. Lightening these spots with Portrait Plasma Skin Rejuvenation may be possible, because the procedure stimulates the skin to break up the excess melanin.

Sagging Skin

Sagging skin is an inevitable side effect of aging, although tobacco use, pollution exposure and sun exposure can also speed up the process. The face and neck are one of the most common places in which skin begins to sag. Tightening the skin can make you appear younger. When collagen production is stimulated, as it is with Portrait Plasma Skin Rejuvenation, skin becomes tighter and smoother. This decreases the appearance of sagging.







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