Starting at $250/area

What can Plasma Fibroblast treat?

  • Eyelid Tightening, including lower eyelids and excess upper eyelid skin.

  • Lifting of the midface

  • Lifting of the neck

  • Neck lines

  • Jowls and neck tightening

  • Reduction of loose skin on knees, hands, elbows

  • Lines and wrinkles around the mouth

  • Removal of all kinds of wrinkles: upper lip wrinkles, reducing smile lines, nasolabial lines (smile lines), marionette lines, crow’s feet

  • Improvement in the appearance of acne scars

  • Hyperpigmentation/sun damage

  • Removal of skin tags, moles, and broken vessels

How long does it last?

Like all surgical and cosmetic procedures, the effects of Fibroblast are not entirely permanent as it does not stop any further ageing. The positive effects will be noticeable immediately after the first treatment, and continue to improve over 4 weeks. The results you get should last you for 1-3 years, about as long as they would with invasive surgery. However, there are lifestyle factors that can prevent the results from lasting quite as long, such as smoking, alcohol consumption, and prolonged sun exposure.

How many treatments are required?

The number of treatments required will vary according to the area being treated, the skin’s laxity, the desired degree of correction and the individual’s response to the treatment. Most clients see results instantly. Further treatments can be carried out to achieve better results, although is is uncommon to require more than 3 treatments.

What side effects can I expect?

Plasma Fibroblast has been shown to be a safe, non-invasive procedure when done by a fully certified technician. However, as with most cosmetic procedures, patients are likely to experience some minor side effects in the first five to ten days after treatment. There will be some tiny brown marks in the treatment area. This is the result of scabbing and will flake away over a week or so, exposing a pink layer of healthy new skin. Some patients will also experience three to five days of swelling, especially with eyelid treatment. There is no damage to surrounding areas or deeper skin layers. To avoid side effects, follow the aftercare instructions given to you prior to your treatment.

Who should not get a Plasma Fibroblast treatment?

The treatment should not be carried out on those who:

  • Are pregnant or breastfeeding

  • Have diabetes or healing disorders

  • Have metal plates, pins or other implants

  • Have cardio-vascular deficiencies including severe uncontrolled blood pressure

  • Have a pacemaker or any other medical device with an electrical current

  • Have a current hemorrhage or have had one recently

  • Have had chemotherapy in the past 3 years

  • Are prone to keloid scars

  • Have an auto-immune disease or other illness which affects the immune system

This procedure can be done on skin types 1-4