NEOGEN Treatment

Nitrogen Plasma Skin Regeneration

nitrogen plasma technology delivers controlled heating to the skin architecture stimulating a significant physiological response, without creating an open wound.


The NeoGen is the revolutionary system that brings you fresh, firmer, more youthful skin, improving fine lines and sun damage, including around the eyes and mouth.

Plasma skin resurfacing (PSR) uses plasma to deliver heat to a targeted treatment area to achieve skin rejuvenation without effecting the surrounding tissues. PSR uses an ultra-high frequency (UHF) generator to convert inert nitrogen gas into activated ionised gas, which is called plasma.

What can plasma skin resurfacing treat?

Plasma skin resurfacing can treat a number of skin complaints associated with early ageing, including: skin laxity and sagging, fine lines and wrinkles, poor skin texture and hyperpigmentation. It can also treat skin scarring as well as scarring associated with acne, and skin problems such as actinic and seborrheic keratosis, commonly referred to as liver, sun and age spots, and large visible pores. Skin on the face, neck and hands can be treated.

How long will it take to recover from a plasma skin resurfacing treatment?

Recovery following a low energy treatment will take approximately 3-4 days, while recovery following a high energy treatment will take approximately 10-14 days.
Generally, you should be able to return to your normal activities fairly quickly, usually within the day or two following treatment, provided that you feel okay to do so.
Immediately following treatment, your skin will be red and may appear swollen. Over the next day or two, the areas that were treated will turn bronze/brown in colour, a bit like sun tan, before eventually flaking and peeling away. Do not be tempted to pick or manually try to peel the skin away.

What should you do after a plasma skin resurfacing treatment?

Following treatment, you are advised not to wash the treated areas for at least 24 hours.
You are advised not to pick or peel flaking skin in order to prevent scarring.
You should apply daily sunscreen and take adequate precautions when out in the sun. For several months following treatment, you should also use a moisturising sun protection cream in the treated area and wear loose clothing over it and wide-brimmed hats to provide protection from the sun.
For at least the first 10 days following treatment, you should be very delicate with the treated areas of skin. To relieve itching, you can gently dab or spritz diluted vinegar onto the skin. You should also apply Cell protection balm or similar to the skin twice a day or until the peeling subsides.
If you’re experiencing swelling or redness, apply ice packs to the treated area at 10 minute intervals following treatment. This should reduce any pain you may be experiencing and with repeated applications, will reduce swelling too.

Following a low energy treatment, you are advised not to wear make-up for three days. Following a high energy treatment, you are advised not to wear make-up for up to 10 days

What is nitrogen plasma?

Plasma is the fourth state of matter. It was first discovered by British scientist William Crookes a century ago (1879). Flame is the most common plasma in life.

Nitrogen ?

The chemical formula of nitrogen is N2. Under normal conditions, it is a colorless and odorless gas. Nitrogen accounts for 78% of the total amount of the atmosphere (the ion beam uses 99.99% or more of medical nitrogen),The biggest characteristic of nitrogen is that it will not burn. It can protect the epidermis from plasma burns when it is treated.