Fibroblast, otherwise known as Plasma Lift, is a non-invasive, non-surgical technique that stimulates production of collagen, tightening the skin and rejuvenating it drastically, up to 5-10yrs back in appearance. By applying small thermal points of Fibroblast on the epidermis layer the wrinkles becomes less apparent and the sagging skin tightens. Recovery is 8-10 days Results typically last 3 yrs long and can even be permanent.
Plasma lift results are cumulative, meaning you can have additional treatments to get further skin improvement. Each treatment must be spaced a minimum of 12 weeks in order to let the skin fully heal.
Encouraging the body to produce more collagen helps counter the effects of age and in the restoration of vibrant skin. Fibroblast does that. Collagen is a dense network of fibers and acts as a structural glue, holding tissues together and giving our skin a firm, full, and nourished appearance, it is a key protein in healthy, youthful skin.
Unfortunately, the natural aging process causes collagen production to decline starting around the age of 25. Decreased production of this important protein means that our skin becomes less firm and the tightly “glued” connections between skin and other tissues weaken. As this occurs, we start to see wrinkles and sagging skin throughout the body. Collagen production can also be slowed by certain lifestyle habits. Smoking, excessive sun exposure, and a diet high in sugar can inhibit collagen growth.
If you might be interested in having a plasma lift, and want to find out more, please review the following information, which will solve many questions you may have,
The Plasma Fibroblast Lift is an effective non-invasive treatment for diminishing the appearance of wrinkles, sagging skin, acne scars and more. The Plasma Fibroblast treatment uses your body’s natural healing process to increase collagen and elastin production. Treatment is applied through a pen-like device that glides directly above, but does not touch the skin to produce micro-electrical discharges. The tip of the pen contains nitrogen plasma which discharges to the epidermis and dermis skin layer. The heat and cool generated from the micro-electrical discharges creates a minimal skin trauma to the skin’s surface. This creates a ‘carbon crust’ on the surface of your skin, triggering the repair process in the fibroblast cells which are found in connective tissue where the body’s collagen production takes place.
Collagen makes up 80% of your skin’s structure and provides the building blocks that are responsible for keeping the skin firm and taut. During the skin’s repair process, collagen and elastin production is stimulated, resulting in a more youthful, rejuvenated appearance.