Treating photodamage with NeoGen Plasma

Photodamaged skin occurs as a result of its prolonged exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light.

UV radiation creates clinical and histological changes which are indicative of DNA injury, affecting the collagen fibres in the skin. This is characterised by roughened skin texture, rhytides, dyspigmentation, telangiectasias, and skin laxity.

NeoGen Plasma technology is clinically proven to effectively reduce the appearance of pigmented lesions and rhytides, and in many cases, remove them completely.

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Treating multiple indications simultaneously, NeoGen Plasma uses thermal energy which is dissipated at varying energy levels and depths throughout the epidermis and dermis.

Improvements in photodamage can been seen after just a single NeoGen Plasma treatment, on both the face and body, defying the aging process and treating aging skin.

NeoGen Plasma has a global market presence, to book a product demonstration or to speak to one of our experts, please contact us today.

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