They say eyes are the mirror of the heart. They are not very unfair. When we are in love, we shine the inside of our eyes, and when we are angry, we gush fires from our eyes. In short, this is the mirror of our heart! But what if the caps fall over time and we become unable to fully realize these super powers?
A droopy eyelid creates an tired, tired and sleepy expression. None of us want this. Classical Eyelid Aesthetics is of course a solution. What if we are afraid of surgical application? Then only one solution remains; Plexr, that is, Non-Surgical Eyelid Aesthetics. Thanks to the plasma energy developed in recent years and used successfully in many countries around the world, it is now possible to rejuvenate the eyelids without surgery.
Plasma energy; It ends the complaints of non-surgical, bloodless, seamless upper eyelid sagging. Sounds good right? So how does this method that evaporates wrinkles and excess tissues works? Let's take a look at it.
How Does Plexr Application Work?
Plexr is the name of the device that generates plasma energy. Plasma technology works on a physical principle based on the change of state of matter under energy input. In other words, it turns solid into liquid, into gas. When there is more energy input, the gas becomes ionized and becomes plasma. By applying this energy around the eyes, the problematic outer surface of the skin is evaporated point by point, wrinkles and excess tissues are destroyed and a new tissue process begins.
What Should We Pay Attention To After The Application?
In general, it is recommended to stay away from excessive activity for 2-3 weeks. It is also useful to wear tinted glasses for 3-4 weeks to avoid irritation due to sun rays and wind.
Why is Plexr Preferred?
Easy and short-term application
No dressing required
Does not interfere with daily life
What are the Other Blessings of this Energy?
Let's look at what other treatments can be done with plasma energy other than non-surgical eyelid aesthetics;
Crow's feet lines
Acne and acne scars
White and yellow spots on the eyelids
Cigarette lines above the lips
Various moles (only absolutely no risk moles)
Written on 09/06/2017
Last Update: 04/06/2021