Fibroblast Plasma Blushing
Fibroblast plasma technology allows us to take control of our aging. The pen uses plasma arc energy to create micro-abrasions on the skin, shrinking the skin and creating what appears as tiny dots. These tiny dots are placed carefully in a specific pattern that contours your unique features. During the procedure, we target fibroblast cells in the dermal, and papillary layers of the skin to create collagen, where the healing process begins and skin tightening occurs.
Whether your goals are to keep young skin young or help aging skin heal, this procedure could be for you.
✰how does this plasma pen therapy work?
Plasma fibroblast therapy uses a pen-like device that discharges a high-frequency electric current to small areas of the skin. The plasma tip doesn’t directly touch the skin, but instead releases a targeted current just above the skin. The hot current creates small holes, or micro-injuries, in the skin’s layer, targeting fibroblast cells in the dermal layers of the skin to break down proteins in the skin, encourage tissue regeneration, stimulate fibroblast activity, and cause tissue contraction (tightening).
✰what does fibroblast plasma pen therapy do?
Plasma Pen is a new and revolutionary non-surgical treatment to lift and tighten loose, wrinkled skin with results lasting up to three years! It is particularly effective for the face and neck areas that were traditionally treated with plastic surgery or dermal filler.
✰how long does it take to heal?
Healing varies for everyone, but typically the dots naturally come off completely in 8- 10 days. S. sometimes sooner and sometimes longer. Treatment areas from the neck and below take longer for the dots to fully fall off. Dots can begin falling off as early as day 4/5 but we do not want to scratch or scrape them off. Swelling usually occurs around the eyes beginning the first day following treatment and will begin to subside around the 3rd or 4th day. Please click over to Before/ After Care blog posts to read more about healing and aftercare.