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Silvery Blue

Silvery Blue

H28

NW1 London
United Kingdom
https://silvery.blue/

Silvery Blue aims to reshape the healthcare and aesthetic industry with innovative ideas & technologies while preserving the essence of natural health and well being of human beings. Our strategy is to empower medical and aesthetic professionals around the globe with a holistic approach to treatment and care. We provide a complete one stop solution from training, treatment, equipment, technology, product delivery to quality control and compliance; all under one umbrella – “Silvery Blue”.
While medical treatments in particular Women’s Health is our primary focus, aesthetic treatments we believe are as important to our physical and mental health. As we age, we want to look and feel the best of ourselves. Therefore ageing beautifully with a treatment, healthcare and nutrition regime perfectly suitable to our needs is what Silvery Blue promotes. Silvery Blue is named after the beautiful endangered butterflies of the Americas. So preservation of all of us through technology is our mission and we endeavour to making a difference in changing the lives of many.

Silvery Blue works with joint venture partners from all over the world to deliver the most natural & efficient treatment by connecting the frontline healthcare and aesthetics to the continuous research and development programme of innovative technology pioneers.

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  • Are all Plasma Pens the same?

    We decided to Ask leading aesthetic Dr Vincent Wong who has been using plasma within his practice for over 5 years making him one of the UKs top plasma practitioners. What he uses and why.
    VW: I use the Jett Plasma Pen the world’s only Direct Current Plasma Pen. I saw this first at a show 5 years ago in Paris. I had seen other plasma pens, but the DC technology developed by Jett offered far superior control. With Jett Plasmas DC Technology, I can control my dot size and more importantly the depth into the skin. Plasma is amazing in the right hands and with the right device. The problems that we are seeing in the UK is that there are so many unregulated devices on the market. Even so-called reputable names within the industry are selling very poor-quality devices costing as little as £100 for up to £4000 with little to no training. I feel sorry for the practitioners that have bought these devices. Some of the AC devices have tried to control the dot size by replacing their probs with acupuncture needles but all this has done is reduced the devices ability to reach the target depth leading to less surface damage but no longevity to the results.
    Q: What should clinics look for when buying a Plasma Pen?
    VW: Safety, Visibility, Consistency, Stability, Precision, Down time. Jett plasma offers all of this. The brand sold in over 60 countries with over 1600 doctors in Europe purchasing the Jett plasma Pen in their Practices last year alone. It is safer offering increased control with amazing results and lest down time to your end clients. I think most plasma pen companies would be DC if Jett had not patented the technology. DC is a more advanced version of the plasma offering clients better results will less down time and risk but I believe if you own a good quality AC device with safety functions (medical grade) and you have the right training it can be safe enough. Training is very important.

    http://jett-medical.co.uk/