What is Plasma Fibroblast Treatment?

Plasma Fibroblast is an innovative cosmetic procedure, as it provides an alternative to invasive surgery. Plasma Fibroblast delivers results with the advantage of minimal downtime and low risk of infection, a non-surgical treatment that can be applied with extreme accuracy to areas other treatments might not be able to target as effectively.

Plasma Fibroblast results are often quicker and more noticeable than those that can be obtained by microneedling and laser alone; results with as little as two or three treatments can be seen for up to 18-24 months, and minimal maintenance is needed.

How Many Treatments Do I Need?

This will depend on several factors including the amount of skin laxity, the client's health and their age. It needs on average 2 to 4 treatments per region. Though, even after 1 session you can see a visible difference, for the best results at least 2 treatment sessions are recommended.

How Does The Pen Work?

As the needle comes close to the skin layer, a mixture of oxygen-nitrogen occurs, which emits a flash of plasma light. For one tenth of a second, a micro channel opens the skin layer and the heat from the plasma flash causes the excess fluid to evaportate out of your skin. This results in an immediate tightening.

The superficial wound that occurs stimulates the skin's own regeneration of fibroblast, and this is an important part of the skin's healing process and collagen production. As the skin heals, the skin edge pulls together and creates additional tightening.

How can Plasma benefit me?

Plasma fibroblast has a tightening effect on the skin that has lost its firmness, with results that last as long as they do with surgery, for a fraction of the cost.Because it is applied as a spot treatment, a client's downtime is only 5 – 10 days (as opposed to the months of recovery required after surgery), and if the thorough aftercare regime is followed, there is a low risk of infections and scarring.

Plasma fibroblast may be performed on the face, back, hands and most body parts.

What body parts are you able to treat?

The following areas can be treated on the face

  • Upper eye
  • Lower eye
  • Crows feet
  • Top lip
  • Smokers line
  • Periorial wrinkles
  • Bottom Lip
  • Nasolabial folds (Smile lines)
  • Front of ear creases
  • Chin crease
  • Jowl (Skin below chin)
  • Pre-Jowl
  • Sun spots
  • Skin tags
  • Freckles
  • Forehead lines
  • In between brows
  • Bunny lines
  • Accordion lines
  • Brow lift (Above/Below)
  • Marrionette lines
  • Cheeks
  • Face lift
  • Acne Scars
  • Skin lesions
  • Scars
  • Surgery scars
  • Nose Contour

The following areas can be treated on the body

  • Neck Lift
  • Stomach area
  • Belly button area
  • Arms
  • Aging hands
  • Sagging knees
  • Sagging elbows
  • Stretch Marks
  • Skin lesions
  • Sunspots
  • Freckles
  • Skin tags
  • Scars
  • Pregnancy scars
  • Surgery scars
  • Breast lift

How Long Will the Treatment last?

On average for 2-4 years, however as everybody continues to age and even though collagen lasts a few years, the continuous ageing process will mean maintenance sessions will be required.

Preparing for Plasma Lift

  • Advise your therapist about your use of Retin-A / tretinoin and other active skin ingredients
  • It is highly recommended to prep your skin with a Vitamin B or C serum or some type of tyrosinase inhibitors to help with the healing and pigmentation side of things. (speak to your therapist)
  • Avoid tanning prior to procedure. If you get tanned / sunburnt please postpone your procedure
  • You should not have inflamed skin or be systemically unwell (eg cold or flu) when having this procedure. Please postpone your procedure

Post Plasma Fibroblast

  • Swelling is completely normal. For the first 48 hrs the area should be kept dry. You MUST NOT get the area wet for the first 48 hours. Avoid vigorous exercise as this will increase swelling.
  • Do NOT scratch or pick any of the superficial crusting on the surface. You will increase risk of infection and scarring if you pick the scabs. Let them exfoliate on their own.
  • If you experience itching, an over the counter antihistamine may be helpful
  • Be patient, the healing part is a process. Take time to rest, sleep and heal.
  • Oedema (swelling) may also occur. Sleeping on 2 pillows with your head elevated helps.
  • Do not apply ANY other creams, ointments or products of any kind on face until you are told it is ok to do so.
  • Avoid exposing the treatment area to the sun as this could result in pigmentation, Once all Plasma Dots have shed SPF 50+ must be worn daily.
  • Do not apply any make-up (even mineral) for the first 4 days or until the scabbing or peeling is complete (about 7-10 days)
  • Avoid skin treatments such as Microdermabrasion, Chemical Peels, Skin Needling or any Laser treatments for 4-6 weeks after the treatment. (Please check in with you Practitioner Prior to any of these treatments)

Who should avoid plasma tightening?

  • Those who have a dark complexion, as they are at higher risk for hyperpigmentation
  • Those with active skin disease including inflammation, dermatitis or rosacea flares, or any other skin disease where the barrier is impaired.
  • Those with a pacemaker
  • Those with an active cold sore (ie herpes simplex). These patients should reschedule their appointment. Antivirals may be prescribed for you by your doctor to take before and during the treatment
  • Those who are pregnant or breastfeeding
  • Those on Roaccutane

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