PLASMA FIBROBLAST

What is plasma?

Plasma is an ionized gas, a gas into which sufficient energy is provided to free electrons from atoms or molecules and to allow both species, ions and electrons, to coexist.


What does plasma fibroblast do?

Plasma fibroblast technology utilizes plasma to cause a minute, superficial impact with exceptional precision to the skin. This process evokes the natural protective nature of the skin. In doing so, the body is triggered to regenerate the skin in the area where plasma was applied. As the area begins to heal itself the area will appear pink or red similar to a sunburn. This area will begin to oxidize in the air and can appear to brown, crust or scab. The scabbing is not due to coagulated blood, rather to the treated areas exposure to the open air. 

What areas is plasma fibroblast treatments good for?

  • Saggy skin around eyes – eyelid tightening

  • Skin tags and sunspots

  • Acne scars

  • Loose stomach skin post pregnancy

  • Wrinkles and lines around the mouth

  • Excess, sagging skin on neck / jowls

  • Loose skin under arms

  • Lines on the forehead

  • Necklines (turkey neck)

How long before I can expect to see results?

Results start to show immediately and continue to improve in the following weeks. Smoother, fresher, youthful looking skin is revealed as cell turnover occurs and collagen production increases, giving your skin the support structure it needs to lift and tighten. Clients can expect to see full results at 12 weeks of natural collagen building following a single Fibroblast treatment.


Is this treatment new?

It is important to understand that Plasma is not a new technology. It is only new in its application as a treatment for anti-aging and skin tightening.

Are there contraindications?

You shouldn’t receive plasma fibroblast therapy if you:

are breastfeeding

are pregnant

have an allergy to topical anesthetic preparations

have an infection at the treatment site

are using isotretinoin for wrinkles or acne

Have metal implants or pacemaker

History of keloid scarring


It’s important to talk to a healthcare provider prior to the procedure to discuss your treatment goals and any potential concerns you may have given your overall health condition.