Fibroblast Plasma Lift is the next generation technology for skin tightening and collagen production. The rapid results are stunning, virtually immediate, and can last several years.
The Fibroblast Plasma Lift is a much more selective process compared to other non-surgical procedures such as Radio Frequency or HIFU. Fibroblast Plasma can be applied with precision due to the 0.3 mm needle and works in a similar way to a traditional laser without the associated risks.
The Plasma Pen (sometimes called Fibroblast) is the world’s latest and most advanced non-surgical skin lifting treatment used to enhance and regenerate looks dramatically, and is stunningly effective in wrinkle smoothing, eye lifting and general facial tightening. (photo here)
The Fibroblast Plasma treatment is a proven, non-surgical skin tightening and skin rejuvenation procedure that was first introduced for tightening skin above and below the eyes, around the mouth, forehead, neck, décolletage, abdomen and anywhere loose skin or wrinkles form.
How Does Fibroblast Plasma Lift Work?
During the procedure, a tiny plasma flash (also referred as an electrical arc) is discharged from the tip of the pen which does not touch the skin. This procedure is therefore a non-surgical and non-invasive treatment which does not break the skin.
The innovative technology uses a sublimation process, turning solids directly to gas to tighten skin tissue (plasma). Only targeted tissue is affected. However, no damage to surrounding areas or deeper layers of the skin is caused. Clients can resume normal activities straight after treatment. Small superficial dots form directly on the skin which stimulate the natural healing process, resulting in long lasting effects.
Results vary from client to client. Some clients notice a change in the area almost immediately. Full results are normally visible from around two to eight weeks. The treatment itself causes slight discomfort which can be managed by a topical anaesthetic (numbing cream).
What Can Fibroblast Plasma Lift Treat?
The technology is based on an electrical discharge (plasma). As the discharge of energy is very thin, it can treat around the eye, resulting in what has become known as a “non-surgical Blepharoplasty”. Plasma is the fourth state of matter after solids, fluids and gas, which contributes to the production of collagen within the skin, in areas that were previously not able to be treated as effectively without surgery.
Fibroblast Plasma can be used to treat many areas, such as:
Eye bag tightening
Reduction of the upper lip wrinkles
Stretch marks and scars
A pre-treatment consultation is required to assess suitability and obtain medical information.