After the huge success of our post around popular Plasma Pen skin-tightening treatments, we are continuing our ‘Ask the trainer’ series with a post all about the best aftercare treatments following a Plasma Pen procedure. Wondering how best to reduce swelling after a Plasma Pen treatment or which products your salon needs to offer the very best in aftercare? We spoke with Master Trainer Julie Newman-Seunarayan who gave us the lowdown on all things Plasma Pen aftercare.
Hi Julie, thanks for joining us again! What aftercare products do you use and recommend?
Thanks for having me! I have a huge array of Plasma Pen aftercare products on hand for use before and after delivering Plasma Pen treatments, including:
Colloidal Silver Gel with Aloe Vera for the first 24 hours
Tinted Aftercare Balm SPF 50++ for morning use
Advanced Repair Healing Lotion
In the salon, I use the cleansing tonic and cleansing wipes to prepare the skin before carrying out a Plasma Pen treatment and the Colloidal Silver Gel with Aloe Vera immediately post-treatment (giving the clients some to take home to use for the 24 hours after treatment).
I recommend that clients purchase the Plasma Pen SPF50 Tinted Balm for use every morning and a bottle of Advanced Repair Healing Lotion to apply 2-5 times daily to supercharge the healing process. The Cleansing Tonic can also be purchased for use at home to keep the skin as clean as possible during the healing process.
Could you explain how to deliver correct aftercare following a treatment?
To apply the cleansing tonic, simply dab the skin with the product. Do not, under any circumstances, saturate or wet the skin.
The Colloidal Silver Gel with Aloe Vera can be worn immediately post-treatment, as can the Tinted Aftercare Balm. It’s best not to wash any product off your face. Instead, simply reapply the Tinted Balm as required, by gently dabbing the product onto your skin.
During the healing process, the skin should only be cleansed using the Cleansing Tonic. Cleanse each day until the tiny blood clots/dots fall off the skin.