One of the signs of ageing is the sagging of eyelid skin, an unattractive problem that bothers many women. Today, blepharoplastic surgery has been successfully replaced by advanced treatment using the Plasma Jett machine – a unique method of removing loose skin, smoothing eyelids and opening the eyes. The innovative Plasma Jett machine uses revolutionary plasma technology for professional skin treatment without surgery. The treatment is non-invasive, leaves no scars or haematomas and does not cause allergic reactions. Plasma Jett is a second generation plasma device. It is used in non-surgical upper and lower blepharoplasty, smoothing crow’s feet, removing small skin growths (warts, fibroids, angiomas, etc.), xanthelasmas, skin irregularities and acne scars. It does not affect blood vessels and underlying skin tissues. It produces very good results in the treatment of various dermatological diseases, skin regeneration, increase in elasticity, transdermal absorption of active substances and sterilisation. The procedure is a safe and painless solution for all skin types. It stands out by being highly accurate, guaranteeing visible and fast results, and having a lasting effect.


30 min.






  • Machine-assisted procedure

Required number of procedures

  • 1-3

Recovery period

  • After the procedure, tiny crusts appear on the skin of the treated area, which disappear within 10 days. It is normal for patients to experience swelling and some discomfort during the first few days.

Frequently asked questions

How is the procedure performed?

Plasma Jett is a plasma generator that creates a controlled plasma micro-beam through gas ionisation. Plasma is generated between the tip of the device and the patient’s skin thanks to a small curve. It creates controlled fumes on the epidermis, resulting in skin tightening and a lifting effect. The temperature in the treated area rises, causing local ablation on the surface of the epidermis. The device works locally, without adverse effects on surrounding tissues. The procedure lasts 60 minutes.

What happens to the skin during the procedure?

Treatment of the eyelids results in sublimation (direct transition of the substance from solid to gas) of the superficial skin layer. The procedure has a significant bio-revitalising effect on the treated area and surrounding tissues, as it stimulates the synthesis of new collagen and elastin. The result is completely rejuvenated, tight, fresh and lifted skin.

What do we need to know about the recovery period?

After the procedure, tiny crusts appear on the skin of the treated area, which disappear within 10 days. It is normal for patients to experience swelling and some discomfort during the first few days. Topical antibiotic cream should be applied for approximately one week after treatment. Sun exposure and tanning beds should be avoided for 7-8 weeks. SPF 50 sunscreen must be used for the next 90 days.

When does the effect occur and how long does it last?

The effect becomes visible one week after treatment, with the end result visible after 6 to 8 weeks.

What is the recommended frequency of the procedures?

Depending on the degree of sagging and volume of excess skin, 1-3 procedures at 30-day intervals may have to be performed, with the final result maintained for up to 2 years.

In what cases is the procedure not advisable?

  • Presence of metal implants near the area to be treated.
  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding.
  • Infectious diseases.
  • Viral and bacterial skin infections.
  • Oncological diseases.
  • Cardiovascular disease and the presence of a pacemaker.

Frequently asked questions:

The dermatologist determines where the filler should be inserted, taking into account the patient’s anatomical features. The procedure lasts around 20-30 minutes.

The filler is spread evenly in the cheekbone area, with the results visible immediately.

No recovery period is required for this procedure. Redness or swelling may appear at the injection site, but the discomfort passes quickly (a few hours to a few days).

The effect is visible immediately and lasts around a year.

The procedure can be repeated again after the filler’s full or partial degradation.

  • Hypersensitivity to various types of fillers;
  • Skin injury at the injection site.