A gentle alternative to Skin Tightening surgery
Introducing Essex Laser Clinic’s Cosmetic Corrector Skin Tightening Treatments
A treatment with the ￼ Cosmetic Corrector is the gentle alternative to skin tightening surgery. The combination of plasma and NF+ technology, currently makes the plasma pen unique, world-wide.
This is an especially gentle and low-pain procedure which achieves incredible, permanent results – immediately. Additionally, due to continued tightening after the treatment, we see further vast improvements, with plasma skin tightening.
- Skin tightening: Upper and lower lids, Soft Facelift, throat and tummy lift
- Reduction of wrinkles and uneven surfaces: e.g. perioral wrinkles, worry lines, nasolabial folds, forehead
- Reduction of unsightly pigmentation: e.g. age/sun spots, liver spots, moles
- Scar reduction/improvement
- Removal or correction of permanent make-up, skin tags and small tattoos
A|C|C|O|R® consumer video
Are you looking to introduce plasma technology to your business but don't know where to start?A|C|C|O|R® offers complete marketing support plus hard and digital materials for you to hit the ground running, when you purchase our device.For more information on how we can maximise your A|C|C|O|R® business orto book a place on one of our discovery events in London, Manchester or Birmingham, send us a message (top right hand button) or call us on 01344 411480.Posted by ACCOR Cosmetic Corrector on Saturday, 7 April 2018
How it works
The A|C|C|O|R Cosmetic Corrector is non-invasive and ideal for medical spas and clinics, looking to offer plasma skin tightening. The device operates at a distance of approximately 1mm above the surface of the skin and creates a minuscule electrical arc at its tip. This arc is called the plasma arc. When the plasma arc touches the skin, it vaporises a micromillimeter-sized dot on the skin’s surface. This process is called sublimation. This enables the treatment imprint to be wider and shallower than traditional thermal only devices.
This dot minimally tightens the skin in its vicinity. Several points applied together create a “reduction grid”. Through the application of grids in specific patterns, excess skin is tightened.