PlexR is a soft-surgical treatment that can be used to treat several skin disorders, including wrinkles, acne scars, moles, and excess skin around the eyes. With PlexR, you can correct specific concerns in smaller, delicate areas without undergoing surgery. You can correct hooded and drooping eyelids permanently and naturally using this treatment. PlexR may be applied in any area where there is crepey loose skin. The areas most commonly treated are around the eyelids, frown lines, lips, and neck.
Positive effects of the treatment will be evident immediately after the first treatment, but the best results will be apparent after three weeks. The recommended number of treatments is usually three at six weekly intervals to achieve maximum benefits.
PlexR is useful for a wide range of purposes, including:
Using plasma formed by ionizing gasses in the atmosphere, this technology causes instant contractions and tightening of the skin. As it does not use blades or lasers to remove excess skin, it avoids all the risks inherent in traditional interventions since it does not involve cutting, burning, or removing excess fat or skin.
The results are seen immediately. You should immediately see the skin contract and shrink as the solid skin turns into a gas during the procedure. Upon completely peeling off the skin’s crust, the patient will already see benefits, and he or she will continue to see results for up to six months until new collagen rejuvenates, plumping up the skin. Within thirty days, the results will be near-optimal.
Skin fibers immediately contract and shorten as the treatment begins, and the effects continue over 2 to 4 weeks. The treatment results depend on how many treatments you receive and your aging process. As you age, your skin will continue to lengthen and relax. To maintain the results, re-treatments can be performed as the body ages.
You may experience some redness, swelling, and some tiny scabs for 3-14 days. An ice pack may be used for 10 minutes during this time. It will vary for each patient, but most patients look normal after two weeks. The skin continues to heal for up to 6 weeks.