Leaf Fusion Plasma: A Game-Changer in the Treatment Room - by Kin Aesthetics

Leaf Fusion Plasma: A Game-Changer in the Treatment Room

Posted by Sarah Kinsler-Holloway on

If you know me, you've probably heard me singing the praises of the Leaf Plasma Fusion!  I don't distribute this device, unfortunately, but it is a staple in my treatment room. 

I have never met a handheld device that delivers such amazing results, and I just wanted to share why I love it, and how to use it to get the best results!

 


The Modalities

The Leaf has three modalities: Plasma, Electroporation and Microcurrent.  You don't have to use all of the settings, in fact, I often will just use one or two of them during a facial.

The first mode, Plasma, creates little microchannels in the skin via Plasma, the fourth state of matter.  This setting is perfect for those with acne (it kills acne causing bacteria), and as a pre-treatment for hydrating or age management treatments.

The prickling sensation is tolerable even for sensitive clients.  I generally recommend using this setting for 5 minutes.  If exfoliating with enzymes or acids, it's imperative that you exfoliate first, and use Plasma second, otherwise you could burn your client. 

The second setting, Electroporation, pushes ingredients through those microchannels that were created.  I love using this setting over sheet masks.  This setting should not be used on individuals with pace makers, or heart conditions.

The third setting is Microcurrent, and I will use the remaining mask essence as a conductor.  My tip for this step is taking your time, and always working in upward motions.  There are three levels of energy, and I always start with the lowest, check in with my client, and increase the energy if possible.  

If the skin starts to get dry, I will remove more essence from the sheet mask package and apply it to the skin, as you always want to have that conductor.

The leaf can be used in almost any facial as long as there aren't any contraindications. 

I find myself reaching for it whenever my client has dehydrated skin, or when performing KrX's V-Tox Lift Mask.  

If you're a visual learner, check out my quick Leaf Tutorial

Have you tried the Leaf?  I would love to hear your tips + tricks!

 

In skincare + business,

Sarah

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