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FAQ

Get answers on frequently asked questions about Fusion Plasma.
 

  • What tips are included with the Fusion Plasma Pro Device?
    The Fusion Plasma Pro Device comes equipped with a comprehensive set of components to enhance your treatment experience. Included are an assortment of specialized tips tailored for various treatments. These tips encompass Non-Thermal Cold Plasma Tips: Scalp Plasma Tip, Hyper Plasma Tip, Cold Plasma Jet Tip, Derma Plasma Tip, and Stamp Plasma Tip. Additionally, the package contains Thermal Tips, such as the Warm Plasma Tip, Ozone Plasma Tip, and Diamond Tip.
  • What Tips are included with the Cold ARC device?
    The COLD ARC comes equipped with a comprehensive set of components to enhance your treatment experience. Included are an assortment of specialized tips tailored for various treatments. These tips encompass Non-Thermal Cold Plasma Tips: Scalp Plasma Tip, Hyper Plasma Tip, Cold Plasma Jet Tip, Derma Plasma Tip, and Stamp Plasma Tip. Additionally, the package contains Thermal Tips, such as the Warm Plasma Tip, Ozone Plasma Tip, and Diamond Tip. Please note this device has manual setting and does not have a digital screen
  • What Tips are included with the Warm Plasma Device?
    The Warm Plasma Device comes equipped with a comprehensive set of components to enhance your treatment experience. Included are an assortment of specialized tips tailored for various treatments. These tips encompass the Thermal Tips, such as the Warm Plasma Tip, Ozone Plasma Tip, and Diamond Tip.
  • What Tips are included with the Cold Plasma Device?
    The Cold Plasma Device comes equipped with a comprehensive set of components to enhance your treatment experience. Included are an assortment of specialized tips tailored for various treatments. These tips encompass Non-Thermal Cold Plasma Tips: Scalp Plasma Tip, Hyper Plasma Tip, Cold Plasma Jet Tip, Derma Plasma Tip, and Stamp Plasma Tip.
  • What is Cold Plasma?
    Cold Plasma is a fascinating and unique phenomenon within the realm of physics, as it is the only type of Cold Atmospheric Plasma CAD (Non-Thermal) that can be produced through the use of conductive gas support such as Helium, Argon, Neon, and Hydrogen, to name a few. Unlike its thermal (hot) plasma counterparts, which lack inert gas connections, true Cold Plasma devices cool the plasma with the use of Helium, which must be purchased separately. For many years, Cold Plasma has been recognized for its potent antibacterial, antifungal, and virus inactivation properties, arising from the photons and ozone it produces. It accomplishes remarkable ozonation and sterilization without the need for any additional chemicals or heat production. Notably, Cold Plasma is safe to the touch and demonstrated benefits in treating acne, cold sores, toe fungus, eczema, and psoriasis while promoting healing and reducing the likelihood of side effects such as pain, heat sensation, redness, swelling, or crusting. Additionally, this remarkable technology can be immediately employed following Warm Plasma treatment, helping the body to fight inflammation, eradicate bacteria, and speed up recovery processes.
  • What is Cold Plasma used for?
    For numerous years, Cold Plasma has been the solution for antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral functionalities owing to the photon and ozone it generates. It provides unyielding sterilization and ozonation environmentally-wise without any chemical additions, heating or causing discomfort. It even enhances skincare as it eradicates bacteria on the surface, diminishes harmful microbes along with surface-level skin, and aids in product absorption. Cold Plasma's notable capacity lies in rendering invigorated skin without any hurtful aftermaths such as redness or swelling, and also induces healing. The technique is applicable in the treatment of a wide range of afflictions such as acne, eczema, and even thinning hair. However, we chose it mainly due to reason we believe in its potentialities, for example, its ability to improve overall skin health by terminating detrimental particles on the skin surface generated regularly. Furthermore, it readily opens the door to other skincare fixings absorption into the skin. Therefore, you are able to incorporate non-ablative cold plasma regimens to your list of skin services, exposing the renewable nature of its capabilities. Cold plasma can be used on all skin types.
  • What skin types can cold plasma be used on?
    Cold plasma is a very versatile treatment that can be used on all skin types, from sensitive to oily to dry. Plus, there is no downtime associated with the treatment, so your client can go back to their usual activities immediately afterward. So if you're looking for a quick and easy skin treatment with great results, cold plasma has a wide range of versatility and may be a perfect option for you and our clients.
  • Does the cold plasma hand-piece need Helium?
    In order to proceed with the cold plasma activity, you will require an argon tank and pressure regulator. These essentials can be bought on Amazon or a local hardware supply store. After finalizing your purchase, we will provide you with a list of other necessary items. The cost for both items can range anywhere from $150 to $400 depending on size of tank.
  • What is Warm Plasma?
    Warm plasma is the evolution of Fibroblast plasma pen treatments. Non-ablative plasma treatments are the emerging trend for non-invasive and painless plasma-based skin rejuvenation. Aside from reducing the risk of side effects and downtime associated with ablative treatments, non-ablative plasma treatments use controlled plasma-containing energy to targeted skin areas without damaging it. The generated energy, or activated ionized gas, is emitted to the dermis skin layer in micro-pulses, triggering the body’s wound-healing response to promote new collagen growth. The warm plasma treatment produces a gentle thermal plasma using a pulsing alternating current (AC) rather than a direct current (DC), which allows it to scan the skin adding heat to the lower layer of the epidermis. This allows the treatment to be performed quicker and cover more areas of the skin than the traditional plasma pen devices. This gentle warm plasma treatment is non-invasive and produces a large arc (flare) when high-frequency plasma ionizes the gas in the air. Sublimation occurs at a temperature (100-400) degrees. There is a fluttering spray of plasma that flutters over the epidermis creating tiny white pale flat dots on the skin. The damage to the epidermis is minimal as the energy reaches the cellular level. Although thermal energy is produced, the plasma cools down very quickly as it reaches the cellular level resulting in minimal discomfort and surface injury with minimal downtime. It causes less injury than the traditional fibroblast plasma pen treatments. Warm plasma offers a non-surgical alternative for many skin conditions that previously only surgery could achieve. Warm plasma gives the skin a lifted effect and promotes collagen production. A full face treatment can be done in less than 20 minutes.
  • How many treatments are required for Warm Plasma?
    Cases can be different, but typically non-surgical eye lifts and skin rejuvenation take one or two sessions to obtain the desired result. However, the majority of patients respond positively after one session. Patients will see preliminary results instantly and the results will continue to improve over the next 90 days. Treatments for Warm Plasma can be repeated every 6-8 weeks.
  • What are the side effects?
    Side effects include: inflammation and flushing of the treated area, which may last for 2-3 days. When treating around the eyes, it may last longer like 5-7 days and there may be swelling for the first couple of days. This procedure does not leave the traditional dots that a Fibroblast treatment leaves. The skin will feel tighter instantly and will continue to tighten during the healing process. It is important not to pick or scratch the area. Allow crusts to disappear without interference.
  • What are the effects & benefits Fibroblast Plasma Pen (Hot) v's (Warm) fusion plasma.
    Hot plasma pen treatments are a non invasive soft surgery method for skin rejuvenation and treating aged skin, an alternative to more invasive eyelid reconstruction and face lift surgeries. While results are measurable, plasma pen procedures are typically painful and require more downtime, with visible initial skin markings that scab and fall away within a few days. For this procedure, plasma energy is generated between the device tip and the skin, creating a small electrical arc (plasma arc) that zaps a tiny section on the skin surface. The skin fibers contract, tighten and shorten, effectively removing excess skin and resurfacing aged or problem areas without the cutting or stitching required in a traditional surgery. Non-ablative warm plasma treatments are the emerging trend for non-invasive and painless plasma-based skin rejuvenation. Aside from reducing the risk of side effects and downtime associated with ablative treatments, non-ablative warm plasma treatments use controlled plasma-fluttering energy to targeted skin areas without damaging it. The generated energy, or activated ionized gas, is emitted to the lower layers of the epidermis in micro-pulses, triggering the body’s wound-healing response to promote new collagen growth. Warm plasma treatments produce minimal discomfort, little to no downtime and you can treat a full face in just 15 minutes. Warm plasma is a non-invasive treatment with less downtime than the traditional fibroblast plasma pen treatments. The spray plasma is guided 1mm above the skin. The probe never touches the skin and effects only the epidermis. This procedure does not leave the traditional dots scabs that the plasma pen treatment leaves. The fibroblast plasma pen treatment can be painful and treatment time lengthy. Fibroblast plasma pens treat at a constant mode while the Warm Plasma treats in a pulsing mode.
  • Can Warm Plasma treatment be combined with Fibroblast Plasma Pen treatments?
    Yes. A skilled technician can do combo treatments with both a plasma pen and warm plasma.
  • What areas can be treated with Warm Plasma?
    Warm Plasma can be used for: Non-surgical eyelid lifting (non-surgical blepharoplasty). Rejuvenation of creases or wrinkles around the mouth (smokers lines) and eyes (crow’s feet). Acne scar improvement. Reducing pigment spots. Reducing stretch marks and loose skin. Skin rejuvenation, lifting and tightening on face, neck and body. Treating Eczema & Psoriasis. Treating Skin Fungus.
  • What are the effects & benefits Plasma Pen (Hot) v's (Warm) fusion plasma.
    Hot plasma pen treatments are a non invasive soft surgery method for skin rejuvenation and treating aged skin, an alternative to more invasive eyelid reconstruction and face lift surgeries. While results are measurable, plasma pen procedures are typically painful and require more downtime, with visible initial skin markings that scab and fall away within a few days. For this procedure, plasma energy is generated between the device tip and the skin, creating a small electrical arc (plasma arc) that zaps a tiny section on the skin surface. The skin fibers contract, tighten and shorten, effectively removing excess skin and resurfacing aged or problem areas without the cutting or stitching required in a traditional surgery. Non-ablative warm plasma treatments are the emerging trend for non-invasive and painless plasma-based skin rejuvenation. Aside from reducing the risk of side effects and downtime associated with ablative treatments, non-ablative warm plasma treatments use controlled plasma-fluttering energy to targeted skin areas without damaging it. The generated energy, or activated ionized gas, is emitted to the lower layers of the epidermis in micro-pulses, triggering the body’s wound-healing response to promote new collagen growth. Treatment is faster and less painful.
  • Do you have a Warm Plasma healing testimonial video?
  • Do you have client healing pictures Day 1-7?
  • Is the treatment painful?
    There is little to no pain during treatment. We recommend using numbing cream to reduce any discomfort. Most client describe the pain a 2 out of 10.
  • What are the key uses of Warm Plasma?
    Key uses: Eye bag/Eyelid Correction, face rejuvenation & Neck lift fine lines & wrinkles , smoker’s lines, sun spots, etc..
  • What is Fibroblast Plasma Pen procedure?
    Plasma is the fourth state of matter: Liquid, Solid, Gas and Plasma. The principle is to ionise gases in the air to create a small electrical arc, similar to a tiny lightning bolt, with which the areas affected by aesthetic problems may be treated, without unwanted damage to surrounding areas. The plasma causes instant contraction and tightening of skin fibers causing shortening and tightening of skin fibers, thus resulting in the reduction of the skin surface. The final result is an improvement of the firmness and tension of the skin (lifting effect). Since Plasma energy affects the deeper dermal layers, the result is a lifted contour, a decrease in deep wrinkles, thicker and firmer skin. Plasma promotes new collagen protein which causes the original collagen protein to strengthen the skin. The local fibroblasts stimulate the collagen formation by heating the dermis and it then acts as a new deep foundation for the skin. This produces further delayed tightening, which only becomes evident slowly over the next few months. The fibroblast treatment only effects the epidermis and there is no open skin. This treatment is Non Invasive.
  • How do I purchase the Fusion Plasma Beverly Hills device?
    To purchase, email info@blazeneedling.com We ship internationally. We cannot ship to Israel, UK & Dubai as they have their own distributor.
  • How long does shipping take?
    The device is shipped from Turkey. It takes 5-14 days to receive your device.
  • Does the device come with a warranty?
    The device comes with a 1 year manufacturer warranty.
  • What is the return/refund policy?
    If you access the online training there are NO refunds. All device sales are FINAL and cannot be returned.
  • Do you ship outside of the United States>
    Manufacturer will ship internationally. *NOTE* We only accept direct bank deposits for international purchases. Additional shipping costs will apply. No exceptions. For international purchase & shipping, email: info@blazeneedling.com.
  • Do you offer financing?
    Financing is available through ClickLease. They are a third party. For more info or to apply visit: www.clicklease.com
  • How much is the Training?
    Online Training is free with the purchase of the device. It is available in both English & Spanish. Anyone who purchases the device can attend any of our in person workshops. The workshops are in english and streamed live for anyone who cannot attend in person. Spanish workshops coming soon. For more information on our private 1:1 trainings, email info@blazeneedling.com
  • What are the potential earnings per treatment?
  • Can I attend an in person workshop?
    You will receive instant access to our online training. You can join a one day scheduled in person workshop at no additional cost. For work shop dates, visit our website or email info@blazeneedling.com. All of our scheduled in person work shops are streamed live for anyone who cannot attend in person. Tentative Schedule 10:00 AM (PST) Registration 11:00 AM (PST) Lecture & Q&A (Streamed LIVE) 12:30 PM (PST) Lunch Break 2:00-5:00 PM (PST) Live Model Demo's
  • How does Fusion Plasma treatment earnings compare to Lash & Permanent makeup services?
  • What if I do not live in USA and cannot attend in person training?
    All of our scheduled in person group trainings are streamed live for anyone who cannot attend in person. Tentative Schedule 10:00 AM (PST) Registration 11:00 AM (PST) Lecture & Q&A (Streamed LIVE) 12:30 PM (PST) Lunch Break 2:00-5:00 PM (PST) Live Model Demo's
  • Who can perform this treatment?
    Regulations vary for each state. It is your responsibility to do your own research based on your own individual credentials or any state board that may govern you or your license. Contacting an insurance broker may be a good idea and can help clarify what you need to be insured.
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