Plasma Pen Pro (PPP) Are Leading The Industry In Plasma Skin Treatments Training and Certification

February 14, 2018 (PRLEAP.COM) Lifestyle News
Both women and men are constantly seeking out the newest technique in the fight against aging, and Plasma Pen Pro (PPP) is the newest company to come out with Plasma Skin Treatments to lead the charge. A Beauty professional with over 20 years of experience in the field, and a Master Plasma Pen Pro Trainer, Rose Cruz, has fielded requests from hundreds of applicants wanting to learn and take her Plasma Pen Training and Certification Program. This exciting new training program can open the door for Medical Estheticians, Nurses, Doctors, and other skin care professionals, who would like to add this specialty to their list of services. Rose Cruz has been training future PPP techs for just under a year, however, it is her passion to ensure that each students gets the proper training, and uses the proper equipment in order to ensure that clients receive the best possible treatment, but in the safest of environments.

"Plasma Pen Pro not only does skin tightening treatments, but it can do so much more," commented Cruz, owner of Plasma Pen Pro. "This type of treatment can be used for mole removal, skin tag removal, pigmentation removal, eyebrow and eyelid lifting, it can be used to reduce smokers lines and under eye bags, and that is just the beginning."

According to Plasma Pen Pro (PPP), the treatment works by having a skilled beauty professional use their Plasma Pen Device to turn ionized air into an arc or electrical charge, which ablates the skin, in a controlled manner, which causes the body to produce collagen and elastin which is used by the body to tighten and plump the skin accordingly, allowing the skin to rejuvenate itself. The technician controls the device, and adjusts levels and settings according to need, and the end result is a "controlled burn" in the epidermal/dermal layer of the skin. Without proper PPP training or certification, the client could receive unwanted side-effects from having this treatment, so Plasma Pen Pro advises technicians to get properly trained before ever working on a single client.

Plasma Pen Skin Tightening Treatments can be used to treat include fine lines, smoker's lines, crow's feet, neck lines, sun spots, liver spots, age spots, eyebrow or eyelid drooping, loose skin, and can be used to remove moles and skin tags. Rose Cruz's Fibroblast Training Course is set up so that each student goes through a variety of lessons in skin anatomy and physiology, as well as having a minimum number of hours working on real clients, before a certificate is granted.

Plasma Pen Pro has completed hundreds of Plasma Pen skin tightening treatments, and is offering the Plasma Pen Training and Certification Program in a three-day course. PPP is not only experienced, but also certified and insured in the industry. PPP uses a variety of teaching method including pictures, text, video and hands-on, making it quite easy to see why PPP has earned a reputation for being one of the leaders in the Plasma Skin Treatment industry.

Before and after photos from Plasma Pen treatments can be seen on the company's Instagram and Facebook social media pages.

If you are interested in taking a Plasma Pen Pro Training and Certification Program, please visit their website, or you can register online on their website. Financial assistance is also offered.

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Plasma Pen Pro (PPP)
Local: 1-416-481-7546
Toll Free: 1-844-400-2018

About Plasma Pen Pro

Plasma Pen Pro (PPP) is our newest machine that harnesses the power of plasma, a fourth state matter (Solid, Liquid, Gas, Plasma), to help reduce or eliminate certain skin conditions and concerns, such as wrinkles, fine lines, moles, skin tags, etc. Plasma Pen Pro (PPP) are the leaders in the Plasma Skin Treatment industry, and are now using their talents and experience to train future PPP technicians in the Art and Science of Plasma, so they too can become leaders in this new and exciting.

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