The Plasma Pen is an electric pen that emits a flash plasma (small flame-shaped discharge) creating a light and controlled damage to the epidermis (the superficial layer of the skin). The plasma pen needle never touches the skin, the plasma flash is emitted when it gets close to the skin. This stimulates fibroblasts to produce collagen to repair the skin. Collagen is formed over 4-8 weeks, resulting in tighter, smoother and younger skin.


Unlike any aesthetic treatment, the Plasmapen treatment acts directly where the wrinkle is expressed, at the epidermal level. It produces a stretch in the case of wrinkles, a lift and closure if we talk about stretch marks. It is a revolutionary and new method. It allows visible results from the first moment. Its application produces an improvement in wrinkles, sagging and elimination of stretch marks.

What you need

Topical anesthesia is applied previously. The device or electric pen ionizes the gases that are in the atmosphere, generating an arc electric (plasma flash). Creating small scabs in the treated area. The scabs last 4-7 days. Later they fall. The patient can lead his normal life. Just no excessive sweating or swimming or steam. The price includes aftercare products. The final results are up to 2 months.




130 €
Duration 1h 30 min.


160 €
Duration 2h


160 €
Bar code between the eyebrows and nasolabial folds. Duration 2h 30min.


Painless (no surgery, no cuts and no injections)
Permanent effect with cumulative therapies
Quick healing, without risks or bruises
Results from the first session
Suitable to combine with any treatment
No injections or incisions

Information about PlasmaPen

What is the use of the plasma pen?

  • Lift drooping upper eyelids.
  • Tighten flabby cheeks (Hanging cheek).
  • Remove excess skin.
  • Correct asymmetry in eyebrows.
  • Reduce excess skin on the lower eyelids (dark circles).
  • Decrease crow's feet and frown.
  • Reduce stretch marks and scars.
  • Remove certain types of moles and warts.
  • Improve pregnancy scars.
  • Improve acne marks on the neck.
  • Slightly lift the lips or improve wrinkles in the upper lips (bar code).

What are the recommendations?

  • Moisturize the skin very well before treatment (3-4 days before).
  • Do not expose yourself to the sun two or three months after the session.
  • Do not put on makeup until the scabs fall off.

How many plasma Pen sessions are needed?

Results with only 1 session, depending on the area and treatment, it may require 2, 3 sessions, but not in all cases. They are durable over time: On eyelids between 5-10 years.

How long does it take to heal?

Results are usually seen immediately after your first session with a healing time of 7-10 days, however, full results are most noticeable within 8 weeks after your skin beneath the epidermis has healed.

When are the effects of Plasma Pen noticed?

Treatment with Plasma Pen leaves small, very superficial scabs on the skin that fall after 5-7 days, leaving a slight redness that gradually decreases over 1-2 months.

What does the plasma Pen remove?

The Plasmapen is a device that eliminates wrinkles, moles, blemishes and excess skin, without entering the operating room. Through the ionization process, an electric arc—plasma—is generated between the tip of the Plasmapen and the skin, which produces a controlled burn in the area to be treated, creating a carbonization effect.

What not to do after treatment?

Avoid sun exposure and tanning beds on the treated area. Once the scabbing process is complete, always apply SPF 50 to the area for a minimum of 3 months after your last treatment.

What anesthesia is used?

Topical anesthesia is applied, which minimizes the risk of pain.

Do you have contraindications?

Yes, for those people who present any of these symptoms, you should not use the equipment:
  • Fever.
  • Heart ailments.
  • Use of pacemakers
  • Skin allergies
  • Diseases in the acute phase.
  • Abnormal blood pressure.
  • Menstruation, pregnancy, or breastfeeding.
  • On or around wounds and/or skin problems
  • Benign tumors
  • Tuberculosis
  • Metal prostheses (plates, screws, nails)
  • Alcohol or drug intoxication
  • Patients undergoing treatment should consult their doctor.
  • Phototypes IV, V AND VI will not be applied





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