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Non-Surgical Skin Tightening: The Benefits of Plasma Fibroblast Treatment

Tired of sagging skin and wrinkles? Plasma fibroblast treatment could be the answer you've been looking for. The treatment procedure is simple and straightforward.

What Exactly is Fibroblast Treatment?

Fibroblast treatment, also known as plasma fibroblast or plasma pen treatment, is a non-surgical, minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that tightens and lifts the skin using plasma energy. It is a popular alternative to traditional facelift surgery that has grown in popularity in recent years due to its effectiveness and quick recovery time.

What is the procedure like?

The fibroblast treatment process begins with a consultation with a qualified practitioner. During this consultation, the practitioner will examine your skin and determine whether you are a good candidate for the treatment. If you are deemed a suitable candidate, the practitioner will mark out the areas of your skin that will be treated and apply a local anesthetic to numb the area.

After the anesthetic has taken effect, the practitioner will use a handheld device to deliver plasma energy to the skin. The plasma energy causes tiny, controlled injuries in the skin, prompting the body to begin the healing process and stimulate the production of collagen and elastin.

What is the Purpose of Plasma Fibroblast?

Plasma fibroblast treatment has several skin benefits. It can:

  • Tighten and lift sagging skin.

  • Reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles

  • Reduce the visibility of acne scars and other scars

  • Improve skin texture and tone

  • Contour and reshape the face and body

Plasma Fibroblast Pre Treatment

It is critical to properly prepare your skin before receiving plasma fibroblast treatment. This may include:

  • Certain medications, such as blood thinners and acne medications, should be avoided as they may interfere with treatment.

  • To avoid hyperpigmentation, avoid sun exposure and use sun protection.

  • Stop smoking, as it can interfere with the healing process.

Plasma Fibroblast Aftercare

To achieve the best results, it is critical to properly care for your skin following the treatment. This could include:

  • Avoiding sun exposure and wearing sunscreen

  • Avoiding hot water and steam for the first 48 hours

  • Avoiding makeup for the first 24 hours

  • Avoiding strenuous exercise for the first 48 hours

Plasma Fibroblast Results

The effectiveness of plasma fibroblast treatment varies from person to person, but most people will notice an improvement in the tightness and elasticity of their skin after just one treatment. As the body continues to produce collagen and elastin, the full effects of the treatment will be visible after several weeks. The treatment's effects are typically long-lasting, though a maintenance treatment may be required to keep the results.

Which Areas Can Benefit from Plasma Fibroblast Therapy?

Plasma fibroblast treatment can be used to treat a wide range of facial and body conditions, including:

  • Forehead and brow

  • Eyes and crows feet

  • Cheeks and mid-face

  • Mouth and nasolabial folds

  • Neck and jowls

  • Décolletage

  • Arms

  • Knees

  • Stretch marks

Side Effects of Fibroblast Treatment

Plasma fibroblast treatment, like any medical procedure, can have side effects. These could include:

  • Redness and swelling in the treated area

  • Mild discomfort or pain

  • Itching

  • Skin scabbing or crusting

  • Hyperpigmentation (darkening of the skin) in people with darker skin tones

Most side effects are transient and will go away on their own within a few days or weeks.

Plasma Fibroblast vs Botox

Plasma fibroblast treatment is frequently compared to Botox because both treatments are used to improve the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. However, there are some significant differences between the two treatments:

  • Plasma fibroblast treatment is a non-surgical, minimally invasive procedure that tightens and lifts the skin using plasma energy. Botox, on the other hand, is an injectable treatment that temporarily paralyses the muscles that cause wrinkles.

  • Plasma fibroblast treatment directly targets the skin, whereas Botox targets the muscles beneath the skin.

  • Plasma fibroblast treatment can be used to treat a broader range of facial and body areas, whereas Botox is primarily used to treat wrinkles on the forehead and around the eyes.

  • Plasma fibroblast treatment results typically last longer than Botox, though maintenance treatments may be required to keep the results. Botox results typically last 3-6 months before requiring another treatment.


Plasma fibroblast treatment is a non-surgical method of tightening and lifting the skin. It has few side effects and can be used to treat a variety of areas on the face and body. If you are interested in plasma fibroblast treatment, we invite you to book a consultation with one of our qualified practitioners at our salon. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have and help you determine if this treatment is right for you.

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Q: Is plasma fibroblast treatment suitable for all skin types?

A: Plasma fibroblast treatment can be used on most skin types, though it may not be appropriate for people with extremely dark or extremely light skin tones. It is critical to consult with a qualified practitioner to determine whether the treatment is appropriate for you.

Q: How long does the procedure take?

A: The length of the treatment depends on the size and number of areas treated. A full-face treatment typically takes between 1-2 hours.

Q: How long do the effects of plasma fibroblast treatment last?

A: The effects of plasma fibroblast treatment are typically long-lasting, though a maintenance treatment may be required to maintain the results. The body's natural aging process will continue, and it is critical to take care of your skin with a good skincare routine and sun protection to maintain the treatment's results.

Q: Is plasma fibroblast treatment safe for pregnant women?

A: Plasma fibroblast treatment is not recommended for pregnant women because the effects of the treatment on pregnant women have not been thoroughly studied. It is critical to postpone this or any other cosmetic procedure until after pregnancy.

Q: Is plasma fibroblast approved by the FDA?

A: Yes, the FDA has approved the use of plasma fibroblast treatment to reduce or eliminate sunspots, acne scars, stretch marks, skin tightening, and other skin imperfections.

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