Fibroblast is the only cosmetic treatment that uses plasma to reduce the volume of excess skin.
It has a low level of risk, minimum downtime and is more affordable than surgery.
Fibroblast treatment is known for its success with eye lifts without surgical procedures, as well as stretching of the abdomen or neck.
How does the treatment with Fibroblast work?
Fibroblast is a relatively new creation in the beauty industry, but in a few years it has managed to penetrate Europe.
Using a handheld device, with a very efficient precision, creates tension in the air between the tip and the natural gases emitted by our skin, forming a plasma charge. A small electric arc is created that instantly shrinks the skin selected with the device. The tissues retract and become tighter. That is what will give you a more youthful look.
What exactly is Fibroblast used for?
Fibroblast is able to treat a series of imperfections without the need to make any skin incision.
It can be used to:
How long do your results last?
Since Fibroblast is more than just a stretching treatment (the volume of the skin is actually reduced), the effects should last as long as they would with invasive surgery.
Like all surgical and cosmetic procedures, the effects of fibroblasts are not completely permanent, since they do not stop aging, but the positive results should last for years depending on the treated area.
The positive effects of the treatment will be noticed immediately after the first treatment, but the final results will be seen after 8 weeks. For some, additional treatment may be required after this time is met to obtain the best results. In addition, there are lifestyle factors that can reduce the duration of results, such as smoking, alcohol consumption and prolonged exposure to the sun.
How many sessions are needed?
The number of treatments required will vary according to the area to be treated, the laxity of the skin, the degree of correction desired and the individual's response to these types of procedures. Most customers see the results instantly and this continues to improve over the next 8 weeks.
Additional treatments can be performed to achieve better results. Appointments must be separated between that time.
What side effects or risks exist?
Fibroblast has proven to be a safe treatment due to its non-invasive nature, when executed by a fully certified technician. Even so, it is likely that most clients experience some minor side effects within 7-10 days after treatment.
There will be small carbon scabs in the treated area that will last 7 to 10 days before the natural elevation, revealing a new pink skin underneath. An inflammation around the eyes is expected for a few days after an upper eyelid treatment. To avoid more serious side effects, such as hyper pigmentation, follow the post-treatment recommendations indicated by the specialist.
Who are good candidates for Fibroblast?
Advantages of Fibroblast vs Surgery
The results of skin stretching with Fibroblasts are often incredible and impressive.