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What is Plasma Fibroblast?

Non-Surgical Plasma Fibroblast is a revolutionary approach to skin rejuvenation with no surgical risks involved. This technology is taking the beauty industry by storm and changing the approach to anti-aging. 

Using an extremely accurate device that works by utilizing voltage in the air between it's tip and the skin to form a plasma change. An electrical arc is created, which instantly shrinks the targeted skin. The tissue retraction and tightening give results that may be comparable to invasive surgery.

Great for

  • Excess eye bags & Eye Lids

  • Crow's Feet

  • Lip & Forehead Lines

  • décolleté

  • pigmentation

  • skin tags

  • milla/syringmas

  • warts

  • moles

How does Plasma Fibroblast work?

During the treatment, an electrical plasma arc is discharged from the plasma pen tip. The plasma pen never touches the skin however the plasma flash creates a tiny dot upon contact. 


No cuts No blood. This technology uses sublimation process to turn solid to gas to tighten skin tissue. Targeted tissue sublimate causes no damage to surrounding areas or deeper skin layers.

 

This affect creates an instance contraction to tissue, eliminating wrinkles and sagging skin. Results last for years not weeks.

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Healing Timeline


Inflammation Stage

Histamines are released. Swelling is to be expected for the first few days during initial healing phase. 

You will see small brown/red dots where treatment was performed-- no worries, these will be gone soon!


Exfoliation stage

Your body's 2nd response to wound healing is the natural shedding of dead skin cells. White blood cells

have cleaned the area and have repaired the skin's surface.

Scabs have formed and will begin to fall off naturally. Do not pick at them to prevent scarring!

Fibroblastic Stage

A fibroblast is the most common type of cell found in connective tissue. Fibroblasts secrete collagen proteins that are used to maintain a structural framework for many tissues.

Your body is forming new tissues and collagen. Your skin is on its way to its last stage of healing.

Very important to keep skin moisturized during this stage and wear SPF!

Maturation Stage

The skin and wounds has healed. Collagen tissues have cross linked, and the new skin has become stronger. 

Skin may appear tightened and lifted.

This entire process can take. up to 12 weeks for full maturation of the new skin.