Plasma Fibroblast tightening is non-invasive facial treatment use to treat saggy, wrinkles, or aging skin immediately, with no pain and minimal discomfort. This treatment is an alternative way to improve your skin’s appearance if you are not comfortable with laser, surgical procedure, or injection.
The estimated recovery time after the treatment is within five to seven days. It helps to heal your acne scars and wounds.
During the procedure, the Fibroblast Specialist will cleanse the skin, apply a topical numbing cream to the affected area, and use a pen-like device called a Plasma pen.
The Plasma pen never touches the skin, but it will create dots on the designated area, known as the small arcs of microcurrents to tighten the skin tissues.
What To Do Before the Treatment
We strongly advise patients to remove contact lenses, false eyelashes, and extensions, and you should stop using skincare products that contain any of the following:
- Glycolic, Lactic and Salicylic
- Alpha hydroxy acids
You should avoid doing exercise four weeks before the treatment, as it will only add up the swelling and inflammation to your skin due to excessive sweating.
How Long Does Plasma Fibroblast Tightening Last?
For your perusal, the effect of this treatment can be noticeable immediately. However, the total result of Fibroblast Tightening typically becomes visible after three months. Moreover, this treatment has become popular with women and even men who are longing to rejuvenate their skin cost-effectively.
While Botox only lasts for around 5 to 7 months, the Plasma Fibroblast Tightening treatment can last up to 1 to 3 years.
What Are the Skin Benefits of Fibroblast Tightening Treatment?
Diverse application -While most people may not know about this, the Plasma Fibroblast Tightening treatment is not only meant to improve the appearance of your face.
It also targets many areas where you’d like to remove excess skin flaps and stretch marks, such as eyelids around the mouth, neck, and stomach.
The instant result – This treatment is best for clients who’d like to see instant results with minimal recovery time as well as minor discomfort. You can have this treatment during your lunch break or over the weekend, as the session is within 60 to 90 minutes.
Get the younger-looking skin you deserve – Childbearing can cause saggy skin and stretch marks that cannot be eradicated through exercising.
If you are feeling conscious towards the recent changes in your body, and you want to reclaim the body you’ve had before, Fibroblast Tightening can help you regain your younger-looking body.
How Many Treatments Are Required?
This is one of the most common questions we receive over the years of providing this effective aesthetic repair. However, the ideal number of treatments you should have varies based on the chosen area.
As a general rule of thumb, most patients have three to four sessions with an interval of 12 weeks per treatment.
Are There Any Side Effects?
Although Fibroblast Tightening is a non-invasive aesthetic treatment, there are still pretty minimal side effects of it. If you have chosen to have the fibroblast tightening to your area, there would be slight redness and swelling around it.
Don’t be afraid of those swelling and redness to your eye area; it will disappear three to four days after the treatment.
If your work requires you to have a meeting outside the office and you are pretty exposed to sunlight, expect mild hypopigmentation. As for the initial healing for the first few days after the treatment, clients are advised to expect skin peeling and crushing.
Am I a Good Candidate for Plasma Fibroblast Tightening?
To determine if you can have the Plasma Fibroblast Tightening, we have prepared a quick list for you to check.
- You are not pregnant.
- You must not have diabetes and lymphatic draining issues because it will affect the healing process and period.
- You should not have severe acne skin problems.
- You must not have a history of hyperpigmentation and sunburn.
- If you are willing to remove eyelash extension and contact lenses.
- You must have good health; if you have signs of colds and flu, you should reschedule your appointment.
- You must not have inflamed skin in your target area to have the Plasma Fibroblast Tightening.
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