Plasma fibroblast therapy is a cosmetic technique that aims to tighten and enhance the skin’s look. This therapy may be provided by some medical practitioners as an alternative to laser, injectable, or surgical treatments.
In order to create a small wound in the skin for the fibroblast plasma treatment, a high-intensity discharge is used. This may promote fibroblastic cells to maintain and repair the skin’s firmness.
Skin tightening without surgery is a fairly popular technique. Compared to surgical treatments, this less intrusive procedure requires less time for recovery, but the results are less striking and short-lived.
How does this work?
Through the use of a wand, microcharges of plasma energy are non-contact administered to the skin. This results in relatively superficial tissue sublimation, which removes extra tissue and lessens or occasionally even gets rid of wrinkles and droopy tissue.
What body parts can be treated?
- Upper and lower eyelid sagging, bags and lines (non-surgical eye lifts)
- Forehead and frown lines
- Crow’s feet
- Fine lines and wrinkles around neck and chest
- Lines around the lips
- Smokers lines
Is it painful?
No. A non-surgical option for skin tightening is fibroblast skin tightening therapy. Although this surgery is painless, some people may experience a slight bit of discomfort.
Prior to the procedure, a topical numbing lotion is administered to the treatment region.
Exist Any Negative Effects?
You can observe that your skin is red and slightly puffy just after the Fibroblast procedure. This is typical and will pass in three days or so. Although a minor redness could be present for up to 14 days.
Carbon crusts develop on the skin during the operation. After the surgery, resist the impulse to touch these crusts. They should last for around a week. As fresh skin develops beneath the treated region, it will naturally lift off.
These side effects are considerably easier to accept when you realise that you’re receiving a skin-tightening remedy without the necessity for risky surgery.
What to expect, and how many treatments are needed?
Results vary from person to person, but the majority of patients only need one to three treatments, depending on the degree and extent of skin laxity as well as each person’s capacity for healing. A touch-up technique is typically needed for deeper wrinkles, expression lines, and excessively loose skin.
The majority of patients will see reasonably noticeable benefits following the initial treatment, and if further treatments are necessary, they can be carried out roughly 10 to 12 weeks after the initial therapy. Small brown spots (carbon crusts) will be visible immediately after the procedure and will last for 5–14 days before peeling away to reveal brand-new skin underneath. Redness or pinkness of the new skin may continue for up to 8 weeks or until the skin has completely healed and the collagen and elastin fibres are replaced.
What is the duration of fibroblasting?
In some situations, the effects of fibroblast skin techniques for tightening can continue for up to two years. The results’ durability, like that of any cosmetic procedure, can differ from patient to patient. Patients should (in order to preserve the effects of fibroblasting for as long as possible)
- Practice routine skin care
- Keep the skin moisturised
- Avoid sun exposure
- Stay hydrated
- Stop smoking
- Avoid excessive alcohol consumption
- Wear sunscreen
- Eat a healthy, balanced diet
- Take advantage of additional skin treatments
While the majority of healthy men and women can be considered for fibroblasting, it’s crucial to have your case assessed by a qualified professional who has undergone aesthetic courses in the UK, such as a board-certified doctor. Prior to this procedure, a complimentary consultation is necessary so that our technician may evaluate your skin’s compatibility and talk with you about reasonable treatment expectations.