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Is Plasma Pen Treatment Better Than Microneedling?

by Plasma Pen UKJul 9,2024Plasma Pen™ Treatment, Plasma Pen™ Treatment

Is Plasma Pen Treatment Better Than Microneedling?

There are a lot of cosmetic treatments out there, but there are two that are spoken about more than others; Plasma Pen and microneedling. These treatments are slightly different, but they both target similar skin issues, which is why they are often compared and contrasted. There are pros and cons of both Plasma Pen and microneedling – which is why they are both hugely successful, and highly requested – but a lot of people lean towards Plasma Pen treatment being the better option. In this blog, we have taken a look at why many people prefer Plasma Pen.

 

 

Plasma Pen vs. Microneedling Pen

Plasma Pen and microneedling are often referred to in a similar way, but they are actually two very different cosmetic treatments. Plasma Pen is a non-invasive, non-surgical treatment that uses an electrical current at a high frequency. When targeted at the skin, the heat from the device helps to stimulate elastin and collagen production. This helps to rejuvenate and refresh the skin, leaving it looking younger and smoother.

Microneedling works in a different way, and it’s considered to be a minimally invasive procedure, rather than non-invasive. Using a pen, microneedling involves inserting very small needles into the affected area of the skin. The Microneedling pen causes a very small amount of damage to the skin, and the wounds created encourage the skin to produce collagen and elastin. This is similar to what happens with Plasma Pen. As a result, skin is rejuvenated and tightened.

 

 

Comparing Plasma Pen with a Microneedling Pen

A lot of people immediately assume that microneedling and using a microneedling pen is the obvious option – largely due to the fact that it’s been around for a while, whereas Plasma Pen is a relatively new and innovative treatment – but this isn’t always the case. There are a lot of benefits that come with choosing Plasma Pen, which is why it’s important to weigh up the pros and cons of each treatment.

 

  • Though Plasma Pen can be more expensive than microneedling, it tends to be a better investment. The results of Plasma Pen are long lasting, with many people noticing the difference for many years after treatment. This isn’t the case with microneedling, as results only last for five to six months. With Plasma Pen, you won’t have to book yourself in for another treatment as soon. With microneedling, you could end up booking another treatment sooner than you thought.

 

  • Plasma Pen can reach deep layers of the skin without physically harming it, allowing for the stimulation of collagen and elastin production, without penetrating the surface. This isn’t the case with a microneedling pen, as the effectiveness of the treatment depends on the length of the needles used. Though it can reach deep layers, it relies on physical penetration, which can be slightly uncomfortable for some people.

 

  • As the results of a microneedling pen don’t last as long, you could find yourself booking at a lot more treatment sessions. The cost of these quickly add up, and keeping on top of things can be time consuming. You might spend more on Plasma Pen to begin with, but with fewer sessions needed, the cost doesn’t add up in quite the same way. With Plasma Pen, you’re likely to feel as though you are really getting your money’s worth.

 

  • Plasma Pen allows for highly precise treatments, and it’s able to target very specific areas of the skin. This is ideal for regions such as around the eyes and mouth, where being delicate is key. This precision ensures a more controlled and tailored treatment. While effective, microneedling is less precise than Plasma Pen, and it’s not always possible to get the same level of targeted treatment.

 

  • The side effects of Plasma Pen and microneedling are similar, with both treatments resulting in swelling, scabbing and a small amount of discomfort during the healing process. These side effects only tend to last for a few days, resolving themselves as the skin heals.

 

  • Speed is a huge selling point for Plasma Pen, with treatments only taking between 30 minutes and an hour, depending on how many areas are being treated. You then won’t have to return for additional sessions for three to four years. Though microneedling treatment is just as quick, having to regularly return for more sessions to maintain the same results increases the time considerably.

 

  • Plasma Pen is extremely versatile and it can be used to treat a wide range of skin issues, ranging from fine lines and wrinkles, to sagging skin and pigmentation problems. A microneedling pen is also versatile, but slightly less so than Plasma Pen. Microneedling is not always as effective for more severe skin problems, including deeper wrinkles and extreme sagging.

 

  • It’s important to consider recovery time when you are choosing a cosmetic treatment, especially if you are keen to get back to your usual activities as soon as possible. Recovery from a Plasma Pen treatment is generally quicker than microneedling, with most patients experiencing only a few days of mild redness and swelling. The non-invasive nature of the procedure means there’s minimal downtime, and you can resume your usual activities quickly.

 

 

When comparing Plasma Pen and microneedling, Plasma Pen comes out on top as the better treatment option and is often referred to as ‘Microneedling on steroids’. Microneedling is certainly an effective treatment, but Plasma Pen can achieve longer lasting results in a completely non-invasive way plus one Plasma Pen treatment is the equivalent to 10 Microneedling sessions!

 

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We know that microneedling has its place in the skincare industry, but it’s hard to deny the appeal of Plasma Pen. With the ability to treat a wide range of skin issues, with impressive results and minimal downtime, it’s easy to see why Plasma Pen has quickly become the ‘go to’ cosmetic treatment option for a lot of people. Get in touch to find out more.

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