There is now a non-surgical technique available to correct saggy eyelids. Blepharoplasty or eyelid surgery is the second most common cosmetic procedure performed worldwide. The welcome news is that there is now a non-surgical technique available and the results are absolutely amazing. This innovative machine is called the PLEXR®.


The PLEXR® was devised by Professor Giorgio Filippi. The secret behind this high-performance innovation is the fact that the machine uses plasma to achieve the desired end result. The device creates plasma, which in turn creates small electrical arcs that are applied to the area requiring treatment. The heat from these arcs causes excess skin tissue to shrink, but does not affect surrounding areas or the deeper layers of skin.
Although the PLEXR® was devised mainly as an alternate option to eyelid surgery, this high precision device is proving a successful treatment option for other skin ailments, too.

These include:
•    Fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes, cheeks, lips, neck, knees and elbows
•    Plexr facelift
•    Tattoo removal
•    Large pores
•    Stretch marks
•    Scars
•    Active acne and acne scars
•    Moles, age spots, warts and skin tags
•    Smoker’s lines

Anti-Aging Surgery  for Your Eyelids With Minimal Side Effects

There are no incisions or stitches involved with this low-risk treatment, and side-effects as well as down time are minimal.
The PLEXR® is a major advance in the aesthetic industry, providing a fantastic alternative to surgery for various skin ailments. The most amazing aspect aside from the results is that this treatment option is available at a fraction of the surgery cost.

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Dr Anastasia Botha has over 10 years experience in the aesthetic industry, was a member of the elite masters group for Restylane and graduated in the top 15% overall for her masters degree at Wits university,
winning the golden key award.

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