Fibroblast Skin Tightening
What is the Fibroblast Skin Tightening procedure?
Fibroblast skin tightening with Plasma Pen is an innovative and totally safe treatment in which different techniques are used to rejuvenate the skin.
It can be performed in areas of the face such as the upper and lower eyelid, on crow’s feet, for periorbital rejuvenation also known as non-surgical blepharoplasty, for peribucal rejuvenation, for wrinkles and sagging neck where it can also achieve an effect Lifting and is also used to improve the appearance of acne scars or sequelae and to eliminate keratosis and skin fibroids.
It can also be performed in areas such as the abdomen, arms, thighs or
any place where it is necessary to correct the sagging skin or improve the appearance of scars and stretch marks.
Who can have the Fibroblast Skin Tightening procedure?
Any person who wants to rejuvenate their skin, improve the appearance of scars and stretch marks, or eliminate wrinkles and sagging can be a candidate.
What results can I expect for the Fibroblast Skin Tightening procedure?
This is a fantastic treatment that produces a real change especially for people who want to improve their appearance but prefer or have to avoid surgery.
Fibroblast skin tightening | Technique and protocol
Initially, the area to be treated is prepared by improving its hydration to facilitate the recovery process. A topical anesthetic is then used to make the procedure more tolerable for the client. Subsequently, work begins with the plasma generator. Plasma is the fourth state of matter, a type of ionized gas, in which ions are in a free state, therefore it is very unstable.
This makes contact with a surface with different electromagnetic potential such as the skin structures the components of the epidermis. The result is the transition from the solid-state to the gas.
There is also biostimulation of the dermis that causes small scabs to appear in the area, which usually falls after a week of treatment.
FIBROBLAST SKIN TIGHTENING | RECOVERY AND CARE
After the session, the patient may notice some mild discomfort. After 72 hours, the recovery process begins when the scabs disappear.
After the treatment, it is important to wash the area with soap and water two or three times a day. Use antiseptics until the scabs fall off, they should never be detached.
From the three days after the treatment, the patient should start applying sun protection factor, moisturizer, and should not be exposed to direct sunlight because the treated area could be hyperpigmented.