This treatment is not for everyone. It is critical that a skin care professional conduct a serious consultation, going over all of the contraindications and possible side effects to determine if this advanced treatment is the correct choice the interested client. Because of the micro-trauma created in the skin, the stem cell released molecules in the NeoGenesis products provide an approach to healing called “systems therapeutics”. We simply return to the damaged tissue the molecules that were present when the tissue was healthy. Molecules such as Hyaluronic Acid, Glycerin, Urea and Collagen make up the skin, and are also responsible for healing and maintaining the new healthy tissue.
Preparing for a Plasma Pen Treatment
As a skin care professional, if you decide this treatment is right for a client, it is very important to prepare the skin at least a month in advance. As is the case for every skin procedure, the healthier the skin is going into the treatment, the better the results and the less risk involved.
A month before the treatment, start a skin care protocol of NeoGenesis Cleanser, Recovery serum and Barrier Renewal Cream. Repeat this simple protocol twice a day, morning and evening, to prepare the skin.
Caring for the Skin after the Plasma Pen Treatment
After the Plasma Pen treatment, each skin care professional will have specific instructions for their clients to follow. NeoGenesis Cleanser, Recovery, and Moisturizing Mist are excellent products to support the healing process of the skin and should be used twice daily, along with any other recommendations, until all of the tiny scabs have fallen off. Once the scabs are gone, a more normal twice daily protocol may be resumed. NeoGenesis Cleanser, followed by Recovery or a maintenance serum of Booster or Skin Serum, then add in the Barrier Renewal Cream for complete skin rejuvenation and barrier function.
All of the NeoGenesis skin care products are over the counter products that have a 100% money back guarantee.