Introducing the new Plexr treatment: the non-surgical eyelift

Plexr : The Non-Surgical Eye Lift

Have you been considering an eyelift but do not want a surgical intervention? Do you have stubborn scars or lines? You may be suitable for the new Plexr treatment now available at our clinic.

What is Plexr and how does it work?

The Plexr device uses plasma technology to contract the skin through a process called sublimation. Plasma is the fourth state of matter after solid, liquid and gas. Sublimation is a chemical process that turns a solid into a gas. As a result of this treatment, the treated skin tightens, resulting in reduction of skin around the affected area, giving a fresher, more youthful appearance. Plexr has been clinically proven to be safe and effective.

Where can Plexr treatment help?

Plexr is used to treat the upper and lower eyelids in the manner of a non-surgical blepharoplasty (eyelid lift). As we age, the skin around our eyes becomes more lax and Plexr is a great alternative to surgical intervention. The procedure has less complications, minimal downtime and is more affordable when compared to surgical intervention. Plexr can also be used to soften stubborn lines and scars.

What to expect from Plexr treatment

Plexr treatment is swift and straightforward:

  • Treatment takes approximately 20-30 minutes depending on the area being treated. For client comfort, a local anaesthetic cream is applied prior to treatment.
  • Minuscule brown crusting spots form following the treatment. These scabs fall off within five days and can be concealed with makeup until then.
  • Once the skin is healed, clients are left with a more youthful, taut and radiant skin.

We advise a course of at least two to three treatments for optimal results. Plexr results are permanent, but of course ageing doesn’t stop, so repeated treatment can easily be undertaken in the future to maintain the results achieved.

By Dr. Yalda Jamali

About the author

Yalda is the Clinical Educational Fellow for Harley Academy and practitioner at GILD Clinic. As a qualified medical doctor, she works in tandem with the courses team to improve and develop the Academy’s substantive teaching content. She is also one of the Academy’s primary clinical mentors, drawing upon her expertise and specialisation in medical aesthetics.

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