ENERGIST – Nitrogen Plasma Technology

Non-invasive facial rejuvenation treatments are in high demand and nitrogen plasma energy has been heralded as ‘the most important advance’ in this field in recent times.

Energist recently unveiled its latest system in the UK and Mr Banwell and his team are leading the way in the UK. The Portrait NeoGen utilizes this unique technology by delivering controlled pulses of nitrogen plasma energy – it represents a completely novel and different approach to restoring and regenerating the skin’s natural architecture.

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NeoGen promotes the regeneration of new, healthy skin with continual aesthetic improvement of facial skin, jowls and upper and lower eyelids.

Clinical Trials

Clinical trials have proven that Portrait NeoGen stimulates a natural regenerative process of the skin; recovery time is minimal and there is little or no risk of complications associated with other more aggressive anti-ageing treatments such as laser. Plasma energy produces a unique thermal response at and below the skin’s surface. This stimulates significant remodelling of the skin’s architecture, replacing old damaged collagen with significant amounts of new collagen and replacing damaged elastin tissue. This is the key to long-lasting and simultaneous improvements to deep wrinkles, skin laxity, skin texture, acne scars, pore size and surface discolouration. Treatment outcomes suggest that Portrait provides similar treatment outcomes to CO2 resurfacing but with significantly reduced downtime. Clinical studies have produced long lasting results with new collagen production more than 1 year after treatment.

Please contact Mr Banwell's office on 01342 330302 or email help@skinhealth.org.uk for further information.

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