Plazmolifting: modern technologies of rejuvenation

December 12, 2010

  • Plazmolifting: modern technologies of rejuvenation
  • Indications and contraindications

 Until recently cosmetic procedures designed to combat scars, wrinkles, deep creases or damage caused by sunlight, worked on the outer layer of skin. Conventional lasers, which are used for these procedures, causing discomfort, required a long recovery time, in addition, with an aggressive grinding face has been associated with a number of risks. The new technology, called Plazmolifting, literally changing the face of beauty treatments.

 Plazmolifting: modern technologies of rejuvenation

What Plazmolifting

This non-laser technology that provides the same regeneration and resurfacing facial without risk, which brings with it the use of carbon and erbium lasers. It is unique in that it uses activated nitrogen plasma (pressurized gas) to remove and regenerate damaged skin.

Plazmolifting can be used for different skin types. With this revolutionary technology heat energy is transferred without contact. This technique works on the deep layers of the skin, while maintaining the important outer layer, which acts as a natural cover, while the new skin is restored. Modifying the collagen by the dermal surface Plazmolifting not only provides an immediate improvement in skin texture and elasticity, but it continues to operate for a long time, while maintaining significant results for up to one year.

 Plazmolifting: modern technologies of rejuvenation

What to expect from Plazmolifting

Plazmolifting - is a universal process. It can be used to influence the specific problem areas, such as the area around the eyes or cheeks. It can also be used on the entire face, to give the skin a fresh and sleek look. Plazmolifting acts on deep wrinkles, improves skin color, its texture and elasticity and reduces scars and wrinkles on the face.

Procedure Plazmolifting entire face takes about twenty minutes, and localized exposure lasts 5 to 10 minutes. Before the procedure the patient to make an external anesthesia, or a small prick. Apparatus for Plazmolifting, like a laser, directs condensed gas on the skin, stimulating the production of new collagen in the deeper layers of it. During the procedure, the heat will be felt. Within a few days after the procedure, the new skin will appear, and the old will fall away. Healing time is minimal. One can choose between several procedures of low intensity and high intensity single procedure, depending on skin problems and the effect desired. The time of full recovery takes about ten days to two weeks.

 Plazmolifting: modern technologies of rejuvenation

The Plazmolifting different from other treatments for the face

Traditionally, facial resurfacing is performed using lasers. These lasers use non-specific light radiation to gently burn and regenerate the skin. Due to the aggressive nature of such procedures may appear side effects such as burns and other complications. Since the outer layer of the skin during the laser resurfacing is removed, the recovery time after such a procedure is quite long, and patients experience significant discomfort.

Plazmolifting affects deeper layers of skin without touching its outer layer. Using nitrogen instead of laser Plazmolifting no risk of burning, and discomfort during the procedure is minimal. This combination greatly reduces the recovery time after the procedure.

 Plazmolifting: modern technologies of rejuvenation

Suitable for this procedure

Anyone who is considering laser surgery and / or cosmetic surgery, is an ideal candidate for Plazmolifting.
  People who want to improve the appearance of aging skin and get rid of wrinkles and age spots.
  Those who want to restore skin elasticity and youthful texture.
  Those who want to get rid of pigmentation disorders of the skin and reduce scarring from acne.

 Plazmolifting: modern technologies of rejuvenation

What is the recovery time after the procedure

The skin will be slight redness and peeling. The outer layer of the skin may appear wrinkles, the skin may darken and peel off for two or three days. Usually three days everything goes.

 Plazmolifting: modern technologies of rejuvenation

How many sessions you need to do

In an ideal - one session every six months.

 Plazmolifting: modern technologies of rejuvenation

Any changes in appearance can be expected

You will notice the increase skin elasticity and improve its texture, tone and color. You will also notice a reduction in wrinkles thanks to the development of new, more healthy collagen within the skin.

 Plazmolifting: modern technologies of rejuvenation

How long will the effect

One of the most amazing and unique benefits Plazmolifting is that over time, the stimulation of collagen production continues. Clinical studies have shown that the improvement of the skin increases with each passing month, at least one year after each procedure.

 Plazmolifting: modern technologies of rejuvenation

Whether the procedure is safe Plazmolifting

During clinical studies Plazmolifting showed a high degree of security, with the possible, but minimal complications such as redness, hypopigmentation, scars, stains on the skin, the stability of some wrinkles, necrosis and so on. Such complications are possible, but unlikely.

Ear piercing - whether to apply to a specialist?

June 3, 2010

  • Ear piercing - whether to apply to a specialist?
  • Holes Beauty

 ear piercing
 No one knows how and to whom the idea first came to your ears pierced, but this practice is widely used in various cultures across the planet. In some nations have pierced ears done in infancy or childhood, others allow it only after certain rites, symbolizing the human maturing.

Globalization allowed to learn to use the styles and practices of ear piercing of various peoples, and today fans of piercing their inspiration not only in the traditions of their country, but also outside of their own culture.

 Ear piercing - whether to apply to a specialist?

Types of ear piercing

Today, pierced ears in almost all areas, and they are almost an unlimited amount of jewelry. The most popular types of ear piercing:

  • Puncture lobes - the soft tissue at the bottom of the ear remains the most popular place of piercing. Punctures in this place easiest to heal. Number of earrings that can be worn in the ear lobe, is now limited only by the imagination of man.
  • Puncture protivokozelka - cartilage piercing, located opposite the tragus. This type of piercing is relatively rare, but it can already do in many salons.
  • Tragus puncture, a small portion of cartilage, located just above the ear canal. Healing after a puncture occurs quite rapidly - with the exception of cases where people are constantly walking in the headphones and talking on the phone.
  • Daisy piercing - pierced cartilage protrusion located directly above the ear canal.
  • Puncture of the inside of the ear - one of the most difficult types of ear piercing; it should only be well-trained professionals.
  • Helix - piercing the upper edge of the ear. Now Western culture is becoming increasingly popular around the edge of the piercing of the ear.

 Ear piercing - whether to apply to a specialist?

Ear piercing - how much it hurts

This question is difficult to answer, first of all, because all people have different pain thresholds. Pain is subjective and depends on how the person perceives the upcoming procedure. In addition, the pain depends on where you are doing the piercing - to pierce the cartilage, of course, is much harder than the earlobe. If you are very afraid of pain, it is advisable to refrain from ear piercing, like any other piercing.

Do not try to reduce the pain during the ear piercing using aspirin or alcohol - and then, and more can increase bleeding, which is inevitable in this procedure.

 Ear piercing - whether to apply to a specialist?

Safety measures

  • Pierce can only be a new, sterile needle - this minimizes the risk of HIV infection HIV - can be slow, can not be stopped  HIV - can be slow, can not be stopped
   and HBV Hepatitis - the scourge of our time  Hepatitis - the scourge of our time
   B - both of these diseases are transmitted through blood. The so-called ear piercing guns can not be cleaned well enough.
  • While the piercing has healed, before you touch it, you need to thoroughly wash your hands with warm water and soap to prevent the ingress of bacteria.
  • Regularly clean the puncture special antiseptic. Such funds shall be sold in stores, which make the piercing; In addition, good master always gives detailed recommendations for the care of the area where the piercing was done.
  • Make sure that the place of the puncture did not get perfumes, hair sprays and other cosmetics. After a shower, rinse pierced ears with clean water to wash the remains of shampoo or soap.
  • If you are using a common phone in the office or anywhere else, do not press it to his ear.
  • While punctured ear heals as frequently change pillowcases.
  • As a rule, the first earrings are not recommended to remove within a month after ear piercing.

 Ear piercing - whether to apply to a specialist?

Signs of infection

Signs of infection, which began in the piercing, usually redness, burning and swelling Prevention and treatment of edema - it is important to understand the root cause  Prevention and treatment of edema - it is important to understand the root cause
 . As a rule, such an infection can be managed with the help of antibiotics point Antibiotics - whether they will help you in the foreseeable future?  Antibiotics - whether they will help you in the foreseeable future?
 . Photographing earrings do not need.

If after three or four days, you do not notice improvement, or if the symptoms are aggravated by rapid, seek immediate medical attention.