Subnovii Plasma Pen is an advanced non-invasive and non-surgical plasma pen that provides a fibroblast treatment. Although it is non-surgical, the results show the opposite. In this treatment, collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid are being stimulated by the plasma pen resulting in tighter, lighter, and rejuvenated skin that is free from wrinkles, fine lines, and sagging skin. Additionally, it tightens and the epidermis, resulting in firmer and youthful skin.
As we age, our bodies’ collagen and elastin lessen. These are proteins found in our skin that work together to give skin its texture and shape. The less collagen and elastin are produced by our bodies, the more that it becomes saggy, wrinkled, and older-looking. That is why most people try out different treatments to attend to the needs of our skin.
How does Subnovii Plasma Pen compare to other non-invasive and non-surgical treatments? Let’s try to compare them side by side with other treatments individually while we tackle what Subnovii Plasma Pen is.
Subnovii Plasma Pen Vs. Botox
In terms of discovery, length of practice, and application, Botox has already been there since 2002. It is undeniable that Botox has more popularity than the latter. Presently, Botox is also known to be cheaper than Subnovii Plasma Pen. However, Subnovii Plasma Pen is proven to be more effective, not even to mention that Botox is neurotoxic, which is somewhat scary to most candidates. Botox may cost less, but it doesn’t last as long as Subnovii Plasma Pen does. On the other hand, Subnovii Plasma Pen may cost a bit more but boast a longer-lasting result.
Subnovii Plasma Pen Vs. Microneedling
Microneedling creates micro-channels in the skin. On the other hand, the Plasma Pen’s tip doesn’t touch the skin. Instead, it creates and discharges a high-frequency electrical arc that forms a combustible charge near the targeted problem area. Ionized charged combustion produces heat that creates micro-injuries around the wrinkle that leaves small scabs on the skin for about 1-2 weeks, depending on the healing ability of the patient. Meanwhile, in MicroNeedling, the aesthetician uses broad strokes to smoothen the skin texture. Microneedling treatment depths can reach 2.5 mm into the skin’s middle dermis layer. Just by the sound of it, it might sound like MicroNeedling is more painful than Plasma Pen, but in both treatments, numbing cream is used before and during the procedure or treatment to lessen the pain and help the patient manage and discomfort. There is also a treatment called Microneedling with Plasma Rich Platelets wherein Natural Growth Factor Injections from your blood is spun down in a specialized machine called centrifuge from whole blood drawn and is massaged into your micro-channels instead of products.
It usually takes 3-6 micro-needling treatments (in a one-month interval) for it to take effect. Subnovii Plasma Pen, on the other hand, usually takes 5-8 weeks to heal completely.
It is also proven that Subnovii Plasma Pen is more effective than MicroNeedling.
In terms of cost, MicroNeedling and MicroNeedling with Natural Growth Factor Injections are between $300-650. While Subnovii Plasma Pen usually ranges from $850-$2000 depending on the size of the area to be treated. If you’re looking for a treatment option that will last, I would suggest going for Subnovii Plasma Pen Therapy/Treatment.
Subnovii Plasma Pen Vs. Laser Skin Tightening
Laser Skin Tightening is a non-invasive, painless procedure that targets skin wrinkles, acne, and other skin aging problems, the same as Subnovii Plasma Pen. Laser is used to heating the skin that causes collagen to constrict, stimulates the production of elastin, thus, making the skin look tighter, firm, and less wrinkled. It usually takes 3-10 days to heal completely. A session usually costs $600-$1000. Generally, it takes three to six sessions for the best results. Compared to Subnovii Plasma Pen, most patients need at least just one to two sessions for perfect results.
In terms of efficacy, Laser Skin Tightening lasts for up to three years which is almost the same as Subnovii Plasma Pen, but in most cases, Subnovii Plasma Pen can last more than the said duration.
Subnovii Plasma Pen Vs. Radiofrequency Skin Tightening
Radiofrequency Skin Tightening is a non-surgical method for skin tightening. It involves using energy waves to heat the deep layer of the skin, the dermis. Just like most treatments, it involves heating a certain layer of the skin, which in this case, the deeper layer, dermis, stimulating the production of collagen and elastin, resulting in tighter and firmer skin. The procedure will only take less than an hour and is nearly painless. It has been around since 2001.
How about the effectiveness? In terms of duration of effectiveness, Subnovii Plasma Pen has the upper hand. RF skin tightening usually costs $1,000-$4,000 per session depending on the area to be treated, and results typically last for a minimum of six months, although with ongoing treatments, results are often long-lasting.
To Sum It All Up
In terms of effectiveness, all of the discussed treatments have their pros and cons. But we cannot argue that Subnovii Plasma Pen has the upper hand in terms of cost-effectiveness. It is a new, cost-effective, with less to no pain, non-surgical and non-invasive treatment. In terms of downtime, it only takes a week or so to heal completely. Unlike Botox, which uses neurotoxins to paralyze facial muscles, and RF Skin Tightening that uses harmful radiofrequency to tighten the skin, we can agree that Subnovii Plasma Pen is safer than the previous two. The procedure might sound as painful as micro-needling, but numbing cream can be used to adverse the pain. Compared to micro-needling, which needs at least 3 to 6 sessions to be effective, Subnovii Plasma Pen is, therefore, more cost-effective.
If you’re planning to give Subnovii Plasma Pen a try, check out Detroit Aesthetics. They offer the best and worth the price services and guarantee the best results. They also offer Services for Skin, Body, Coolsculpting, and Tattoo Removal. Time machines might still be generations away from reality, but Detroit Aesthetics Co. strongly believes in taking a proactive approach to “Controlling Time.”