Fibroblast Plasma skin tightening

what is it? and why do i need it?

plasma skin tightening process

What is Plasma Fibroblast Therapy?

It’s a non-surgical, minimally invasive alternative to traditional skin lift procedures. It can be used anywhere on the body where the skin has lost its elasticity. A pen-like device is used which delivers a plasma gas that reacts to the nitrogen molecules in the air creating an electrical charge in the shape of an arc. This “zap” creates a micro injury to the top layer of the skin (epidermis) and sends heat down to the dermal layer. This signals a message to the brain that triggers the body response to wound healing. Fibroblast cells respond to the area and begin the production of new collagen, sped up to renew the skin quickly resulting in firmer tighter skin with reduction in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

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Fibroblast can be performed on skin types 1-4

If darker – a skin test can be performed on a tiny area to see if hyperpigmentation occurs 

How long does it last?

2-5 years with 1 treatment.

It does not stop the aging process, however, so how you treat your skin after can affect the longevity of your treatment.

Does it hurt?

Numbing cream is applied before the treatment and left on for 25-30 minutes. This makes the procedure virtually painless. It is vital to follow the pretreatment guidelines, in order to maximize the effects of the numbing cream. For instance, drinking coffee or alcohol before, will increase chances of bleeding and pain.

When can you see results?

Tightening happens immediately. But the final results will appear when the production of collagen begins after 4 weeks and continues up to 12 weeks. Many are happy with 1 treatment, but some need 2-3 for their perfect results. Treatments can be repeated after 6-8 months.

What to expect after treatment?

Carbon crusts will develop where the skin was “zapped” creating little dots. These dots will start to fall off naturally from 3-7 days. It is important you DO NOT PICK at these. If the area worked on was the eyes, you may experience swelling and bruising which lasts just a few days. You will be provided with aftercare products and instruction for the week after the procedure as well as guidelines to follow to achieve the best results.

Important Information Please READ!

List of things YOU have to skip using/taking
to prepare for your procedure:

What Can be Effectively Treated with Fibroblast :

  • Non-surgical blepharoplasty (upper eyelid hooding, lower eyelid bagginess)

  • eyebrow lift

  • Facelift/ Neck lift

  • droopy jowls

  • smokers’ lines around lips

  • lip flip

  • crow’s feet

  • frown lines (11s)

  • skin tags moles, age spots

  • Spider veins

  • Mommies stretch mark tummy

  • loose skin under arms

  • ear lift

  • forehead lines/lift

  • nasolabial folds

  • acne scars

  • nose contouring

  • mini face lift

  • full face lift

I use the best FDA registered Plasma pen available on the market: The Plamere Plasma Pen.

Red LED Light Therapy Treatment

This technology can speed up the recovery time, decrease redness and swelling. It can also enhance the growth of collagen and elastin - providing even greater results!
Healing time can be shortened by 50%!
Redness can be reduced immediately after procedure!
Overall results can be significantly enhanced!

Post Treatment Client Information

After Plamere Plasma treatment, it is important to closely observe the following aftercare advice:

most visible signs of aging

General Contraindications and consultation

not all faces and skin are the same

Contraindications are conditions that may be present on a client and are such that you would not be allowed to proceed with the treatment, unless they have written confirmation from their GP that it is safe to do so.

It is essential that you not only look for these problems, but you should have already asked your client if they were aware of any issues when you did your consultation.

It is vital that you check for contraindications – should you ignore them so that you can do the treatment and get paid, you could find that the treatment makes the problem worse. If you are at all unsure, you should suggest that the client visits his/her GP to have the matter checked before you provide the treatment.

  • Current or history of cancer, especially malignant melanoma or recurrent non-melanoma skin cancer, or pre-cancerous lesions or after recovery from cancer till off medication for 6 months and have GP approval prior to commencing treatment
  • Any active infection
  • Diseases such as a history of recurrent Herpes Simplex, Systemic Lupus Erythematous or Porphyria
  • Use of photosensitive medication, and/or herbs that may cause sensitivity to such as, tetracycline or John’s Wart
  • immunosuppressive diseases including AIDS and HIV infection or use of immunosuppressive medications
  • Diabetes unless under control
  • History of bleeding coagulopathies or use of anticoagulants
  • History of keloid scarring
  • A history of heart disease (Angina, heart pacemaker, taking anti-coagulant drugs)
  • Use of oral or topical Roaccutane or Retin A, vitamin A or other such products in the previous 3 months for the treatment of acne or other dermatological conditions
  • Surgery in the past 6 months
  • The contraindications for this treatment include:
  • Alcohol or Drug Abuse
  • Breast feeding
  • Cuts and abrasions
  • Deep bruising
  • Epilepsy
  • Fever
  • High or low blood pressure
  • History of keloid scarring
  • Immediately after pregnancy
  • Liver disease and/or any medication that affects the liver function
  • Metal implants/plates or pins
  • Open wounds/ulcers/sores (on treatment area)
  • On regular prescription medication – requires GP approval
  • Pacemaker fitted
  • Phlebitis
  • Poor circulation (blood and lymph)
  • Pregnancy
  • Recent scarring to treatment area
  • Skin disorders
  • Thrombosis
  • Thyroid disease or other hormonal disorders
  • Under 18 years of age