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Spring clean your complexion with PLEXR Soft Surgery

Friday, April 6th, 2018, 5:42 pm

Want to look your best for the new season? Want to try out a state-of-the-art aesthetic procedure, without going through invasive surgery? We have just the treatment for you: it’s called PLEXR, and the results are fantastic.

If you’re looking to restore some youthful vitality to your face, one good reason for that is because you’re suffering from something called skin laxity. Essentially, it’s a gradual decrease in elasticity, which first appears in ‘hooding’ over the eyes, pouching beneath the lower lids, folds around the nose or mouth or a sagging jawline.

No surgery required

For years, the best way to deal with this would be to undergo a surgical procedure – and while that works, a lot of people still aren’t comfortable with the idea of going under the knife, for many different reasons.

However, modern technology has delivered an alternative: Soft Surgery. It’s a completely non-invasive procedure, meaning there are no incisions to be made, no stitches required, the bare minimum of side-effects and the only actual downtime you need to factor in is the time you take off to have the procedure done. If you needed or wanted to, you could undergo a course of Soft Surgery in the morning and be back at work in the afternoon.

Vaporise your way to a cleared complexion

Here at Refresh, we deploy the PLEXR Soft Surgery technique: we really like the results it achieves, as do the people who have come in and had it done. The procedure is simplicity itself – we begin with an application of anaesthetic cream to the upper and lower eyelids, which takes half an hour to numb the affected areas.

When the client is fully prepared, we take a PLEXR wand – a device which creates a small electrical arch - to the outer layer of the skin. The reason for this is so we can deliver a plasma discharge to the affected area in order to painlessly vaporise excess skin and clean up the treated area, while also boosting collagen formation under the skin.

If this sounds like something you could benefit from, visit our Soft Surgery page for further information.

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