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Plasma Pen Now Offered by Holistic Doctor of Charlotte

Feb 26, 2020 11:40AM ● By Shannon McKenzie

The Plasma Pen, the new, go-to treatment for skin rejuvenation due to the results being close to what you would expect from plastic surgery but at a fraction of the cost, is now being offered by the Holistic Doctor of Charlotte. Unlike injections or fillers, the non-surgical solution—without general anesthesia, hospital stays or long down times to heal—to lift, tighten and shrink excess skin has long-lasting results with no need for follow-up injections or filler treatments.  

During treatment, the skin is treated with controlled bursts of plasma gas in order to lift and tighten the treatment areas without damaging the tissue. This latest in European treatment, designed by Louise Walsh and engineered in Germany, has only been introduced into the U.S. recently, and is now FDA approved.

Plasma Pen-trained and certified technicians can conduct many types of lifting and firming procedures including forehead lifts, crow’s feet smoothing, jaw/jowl augmentation, eye lifts, bunny lines, turkey neck, tear troughs, nasolabial folds, lip flip, smoker’s lines, elbows, inner arms, knees, acne scars, melasma and abdominal stretch marks and wrinkles.

Depending on the depth of wrinkles, it may take two or three treatments to reach client satisfaction.


Location: 2101 Sardis Rd. N., Ste. 203., Charlotte. Financing options are available. For more information including a free, 15-minute consultation, call 704-776-4185 or 704-246-8244, email [email protected], visit or the Holistic Doctor of Charlotte vendor table at SHiFT Charlotte on March 28.
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