WHAT IS PLASMA PEN/ FIBROBLAST TREATMENT
Plasma Pen is the worlds most advanced, non invasive, skin lifting. Skin tightening and rejuvenation device used to treat wrinkles and sagging, dull skin. Plasma pen is an FDA approved device to perform fibroblast therapy, a technique used to stimulate production of collagen in the skin. The Plasma Pen significantly tightens, lifts, resurfaces and regenerates any area of the skin. The treatment delivers similar results to surgery, with no scalpel, stitches, anesthesia and minimal downtime and at a more affordable price than actual surgery. Bear in mind , it does not take the place of surgery, and it could take 1-3 treatments spaced 8 weeks apart
to reach the final goal, but it is a great alternative.
HOW DOES IS WORK
Plasma skin tightening is relatively new in North America, but has been safely and effectively performed in Europe for many years. Fibroblast has increased in popularity due to its many advantages over surgery.
The precision device works by utilizing the voltage in the air between its tip and the skin, to perform a plasma charge, creating a series of tiny brown spots or “ carbon dots” placed to attain the desired result for the excess skin. The skin around the spot tightens pulling the cells closer together. It’s the only non- surgical treatment to reduce excess skin instantly and successfully.
The results last for 3-4 years until the aging process sets in.
Plasma pen has been shown to be a safe non-invasive procedure when done by a certified technician.
As with most cosmetic procedures do expect some downtime. Patients are likely to experience some minor side effects for the first 5 to 7 days after the treatment. There will be some tiny brown marks in the treatment area. This is the scabbing and will flake away over a week or so, exposing a pink layer of healthy new skin.
Some patients will experience swelling, especially with eyelid treatment. To avoid side effects, follow the aftercare instructions.
DOES IT HURT
Everyone has a different pain threshold , but with proper numbing, the patient should not feel very much if anything at all. Although, some areas, like the eyelids and upper lip tend to be more sensitive.