What is Plasma Fibroblast?
Fibroblast Plasma is a revolutionary skin tightening, anti-ageing & skin regeneration treatment with endless uses and benefits. This amazing treatment is suitable for numerous uses including but not limited to:
- Skin tightening & lifting
- Lines & Wrinkle minimisation
- Skin Rejuvenation
- Skin & Scar Regeneration
- Plasma Skin Resurfacing
- Facial Contour/ Enhancement
Despite its effectiveness and capability to deliver life-changing LONG-TERM results. Plasma Fibroblast is in fact, non-surgical & non-invasive. Internationally recognised as one of the most diverse treatments available to-date. This treatment has taken the whole world & Australia by storm.
When correctly administered Plasma Fibroblast is a safe treatment with minimal risks, targeting ONLY the surface layer of the skin. Scientifically backed, the treatment stimulates fibroblast activity resulting in an increase of collagen production while simultaneously contracting the tissue.
- A COMPLETE game changer
- An alternative to surgery & short-term fixes
- Non-injectable anaesthetic required
- Minimal side effects and far less downtime than surgery!
- No bruises
- No thinning of the skin
- Long-term results
- Multiple benefits
- Aids in skin health
How does Plasma Fibroblast work?
The Fibroblast Plasma Blaze treatment works using a hand-held device, releasing a small electrical charge with plasma gas through a small needle-like probe. Plasma is the fourth state of matter & used aesthetically to contract skin fibres. The probe at no time is invading the skin, the plasma arc causes a heated coagulation to the epidermis in dot form, thus causing a superficial trauma to the surface layer of the skin.
Carbon dots also known as carbon crusts are applied strategically using various techniques depending on the area of concern being treated. The heat is not spread in any other area of the skin except for the area being treated.
The placement of dots being applied will instantly contract and tighten skin while the superficial trauma caused to the skin stimulates the fibroblast cells and the bodies healing properties to react by increasing collagen production over 8-12 weeks. As we age our collagen production tends to decline, causing superficial trauma to the surface layer of the skin will accelerate the bodies healing properties to increase collagen product to renew, lift & tighten the skin.
A Plasma Arc meets the surface of the skin or the soft tissue dehydrating it quickly into carbon. The temperature at the carbonisation point is proportional to the energy associated with the arc.
In order to stabilize the arc and facilitate the ionization process, the temperature at the carbonization point over 1000 degrees centigrade. The high temperature is localised at the carbonization point and this high temperature occurs because the dielectric strength of air is relatively high, hence it behaves as an insulator. This is the type of plasma we find in most common plasma or electrical arcing devices to medical and aesthetic process.
What is a Fibroblast?
Fibroblasts are active, spindle –or star-shaped cells in the dermis. Their function is to synthesize fibres, collagen and glycosaminoglycans. Fibroblasts have he main role in the dermis formation and are of a key importance for normal growth, healing, wound healing and everyday physiological activities in all tissues and organs in the body.
The number and productivity of fibroblasts decline with age. Their density gradually begins to decrease and fibroblasts in connective tissues rarely undergo division. Cellular division and regeneration are stimulated only by a wound healing process or inflammatory response. Trauma deliberately caused during the plasma fibroblast treatment stimulates fibroblast activity to produce new collagen and elastin.
Fibroblasts play a vital role in skin regeneration, wound healing and skin firmness. The Plasma Fibroblast treatment relies on the production of fibroblasts to promote skin healing and regeneration.
This is achieved by using a pen-like device that releases a high-frequency current, at no point does the device touch the skin. The device is held about half a millimetre above the skin surface, a current/spark is released from the tip of the device and the spark forms a micro trauma which is then applied in dot form. This process stimulates fibroblast activity creating a superficial controlled micro trauma to the epidermis, the trauma then sends signals to the productivity of the fibroblasts cells that are housed in the dermis.
Over 8-12 weeks the treated area is regenerated – revealing smoother, tighter and rejuvenated skin that have targeted the area of concern.