Frequently Asked Questions

Next Hands-On Training | May 15th | Dallas TX

World Plasma LLC

The Official PLAXEL Plasma Distributor & Training Academy Of The USA

Next Hands-On Training | May 15th | Dallas TX

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between True Plasma and Electric Pens?

True Plasma is the most effective form of plasma available, delivering exceptional results for Fitzpatrick skin types 1 through to a light Fitzpatrick 5 (with proper patch testing). The PLAXEL plasma pen is perfectly tuned to precision to ionize the atmospheric gases in the pen which creates the True Plasma plasma energy discharge. We have yet to see any other device on the market replicate the True Plasma technology in the PLAXEL.

Many companies claim to offer True Plasma, but it's easy to spot the differences between a True Plasma pen & an electric pen - if you see black/brown dots on the skin, burning and scabbing during healing, it's an electric pen, not a True Plasma pen. A proper True Plasma treatment should always leave behind a white dot with a tiny pinprick of black in the center, with no burning or scabbing.

What is the difference between scabs and carbon crusts

Unlike electric pens, we are not creating scabs on top of the skin. The plasma energy penetrates the epidermis and sublimates some cell matter. Carbon does not sublimate, so it is left behind. The carbon crusts emerge from the skin 1 to 2 days after the treatment and then have to fall off the skin on their own.

Am I qualified to offer plasma fibroblast?

This course is designed for qualified esthetic professionals continuing their education. Each state in the United States has different requirements for offering plasma fibroblast treatments to clients. Some of our students are doctors, nurses, estheticians, cosmetologists, permanent makeup artists, skin therapists and some other cosmetic professionals.

We are not legally allowed to advise on individual state regulations so it is your responsibility to contact your state licensing department to see what their requirements are. Some states are more strict than others and require a Medical Director while other states are far less strict and some have minimal requirements.

This technology does not treat the dermis. If you talk to state officials make sure to emphasize that we are only treating the epidermis. That’s what they care most about.

Do you offer in person training?

Yes! We have 6 lovely hands-on trainers available in different areas across the US. Georgia, Oklahoma and Colorado, California, Hawaii & Texas.

Our hands-On PLAXEL trainers offer an advanced program which qualifies you for an advanced True Plasma certification on top of our PLAXEL plasma provider certification.

Hands-on training is an optional add-on to our online training program. The online training must be completed before attending so that you and our trainer can focus on the advanced techniques and make the most of your time together.

We have two rates for hands-on training. $1,195 USD for 1 on 1 training or group sessions are $850 USD.

For further information and questions please contact us

What can the PLAXEL plasma pen treat?

The Plaxel is suitable to treat the following:

All facial expression lines
Loose or sagging skin (face or body)
Mommy tummy
Turkey neck
Age spots or brown spots
Skin tags
Mole removal
Stretch marks

Does the Plaxel pens white dots turn black after?

It leaves carbon behind because it IS true plasma. The carbon is left inside the epidermis, but you’ll be able to see a tiny head (almost like a blackhead) inside the white dot. This is different from a scab.

How does our special concealer work?

The concealer is made specifically for this procedure with ingredients that help to heal and soothe the skin. It also washes of with just water and no scrubbing!

What is included in the online plasma training curriculum?

We discuss, and have videos or diagrams of the following:

- Upper & Lower Eyelids
- Single to Double Eyelids
- Fine Lines & Wrinkles

All Expression Lines including:
- Crows Feet
- Nasolabial folds
- Smile lines
- Marionette lines
- Forehead lines
- 11’s
- Ear wrinkles
- Brow Lift
- Lip Flip
- Smoker’s Lip
- Partial & Full Facelift
- Neck & JowlLift 
- Breast & Nipple Lift
- Tummy Lift
- Skin Tag Removal
- Acne Scarring
- Stretch marks
- Pigmentation spots
- Scars Piercings/gauged ears
- Milia extraction/removal
- Mole removal is something we touch on but don't go into a ton of detail because moles should be left to a dermatologist to treat.

*We do not recommend plasma fibroblast for tattoo removal because ink is usually implanted much deeper than plasma treats, You cannot possibly sublimate all the cells containing ink, nor does carbon in ink sublimate.

A full Microchanneling training module is now included free of charge! (device & serums not included)

How long does it take to complete the online plasma training?

The training is online and can be done at your own pace. We have some eager students completing the training over the course of a few days, while others take their time and get it done over a few weeks. The course covers all basic and advanced techniques that you'll need, and you'll have lifetime access to the training modules and unlimited access to Rachael the owner and head trainer for feedback or further support regarding any of your questions. 

The training program also includes a free bonus module on Microchanneling which is a perfect complimentary treatment you can offer with plasma that will further improve the results and also increase your profits per client. This module is not part of the curriculum, but it is there as a bonus for you.

Why is an authentic True Plasma pen more expensive?

The True Plasma technology in the PLAXEL is more precise and can be used to treat a wider range of skin concerns compared to electric pens. PLAXEL is far less likely to cause burns or other adverse effects on the skin due to the True Plasma technology being far less traumatic to the skin, making it a safer and more comfortable option to use with patients.

Electric pens are generally less expensive than true plasma pens since they are cheaply made and are not precisely tuned. Electric pens are far less precise and effective, and they may have a higher risk of causing burns or other adverse effects on the skin.

Overall, the higher cost of True Plasma that the PLAXEL is justified for esthetic professionals who are seeking a more advanced and effective treatment option with a lower risk of side effects.

What is the difference between PLAXEL and other popular brands?

Simply put, we are not burning the skin like electric devices do. The PLAXEL leaves white dots (carbon crusts) not brown or black dots (scabs). The recovery is much faster with this new technology in comparison to electric devices which clients really appreciate.

How long will results last with the PLAXEL?

Results last as long as a client will maintain their professional skincare routine with you. People will continue to age, so we may help them ramp up their collagen production, but it will eventually go back to their normal amount of collagen production and they will continue to age. The skin cells we are essentially deleting don’t necessarily come back, but will eventually be replenished. The longevity of results depends on the person. Even if a person gets a facelift, they will need another one someday because the procedure doesn’t stop the aging process.

Should I buy the PLAXEL or PLAXEL Plus?

We recommend the PLAXEL over the PLAXEL Plus for a few reasons.

They are virtually the exact same pen as both offer True Plasma technology, but Plaxel+ has a rechargeable capability and can also be used with a cord. The battery cannot be shipped, but it is easy to find one on Amazon. We recommend always having your pen plugged in for consistent power so this is why we recommend the PLAXEL over the PLAXEL Plus as being plugged directly into an outlet compared to a rechargeable device will always provide more consistent results.

The PLAXEL Plus is also an additional $250 USD more so most people go with the PLAXEL and this way you can save the $250 USD :)

What is Cold Plasma?

The cold plasma tip in the PLAXEL is used to help infuse products more deeply into the skin, sterilize the skin and also helps diminish fine lines and wrinkles. unlike the needle tip, it can be used on all skin types.

Do you offer financing on the PLAXEL plasma pen & training?

Yes! Our financing provider offers plans starting at 24 months to make it easier for you to afford the device with low monthly payments.

They do not do a full credit check at any time so it will not affect your credit score to apply or to use the financing option. Interest rates are determined by a basic credit check but again, it will not affect your credit at all and you will receive an instant reply to your application.

Please contact us to apply

What is the downtime like?

The healing process depends on your clients health and skin health, but most people's skin irritation subsides in 5-10 days. 

What if I have questions during the training? Do you offer support?

You have access to a trainer at all times to ask questions. Just shoot us an email and we will get back to you within 24 hours. You also get a one on one Q&A session once you complete your online training to get any questions answered before you begin working on your models.

Do you promote your PLAXEL providers?

We absolutely do! Anything you want to send us to post on our social media, we will be happy to post for you!

We have a database of our official Plaxel Plasma providers that want to be featured.

Does this treatment affect the dermis?

It is not supposed to. PLAXEL, when used properly, does not cause any bleeding. The plasma enters the epidermis, and the theory is that the radiating heat does stimulate the fibroblasts in the dermis to produce collagen and elastin. However, the plasma itself does not enter the dermis unless you use the pen incorrectly, which is kind of hard to do when you have proper training.

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These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.

© 2022 All Rights Reserved

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.