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What is Plasma Fibroblast Therapy?

How does it work?

How long until I see results?

How many treatments are needed?

Are fibroblast results permanent?

Is there down time or side effects?

Does it hurt?

How long does the procedure take and what should I expect?

Can I do multiple areas in one appointment?

What areas can be treated?

Fibroblast is a minimally invasive non-surgical procedure helping to improve fine lines and wrinkles, tighten loose or sagging skin, improving the look and feel of stretch marks, reducing the appearance of sun spots or removing skin tags.

A plasma pen is used for the procedure. It uses ionized atmospheric gas between the tip of the pen and the skin to create a plasma arc. This arc creates a small, controlled burn which you will see as a tiny dot. The tissue repairs itself by increasing the production of fibroblasts to the area and will lay down new collogen and elastin as it replaces the damaged tissue.

You will notice results immediately following the appointment, but full results will be seen after the body has completely healed. Healing time will depend on the area being treated and the size of the area. Every client is different and heals at a different rate. Full results will be achieved within three months.

This depends on the client and the area being treated. Most clients will have great success with just one treatment. Others may have a large area with very damaged tissue that needs to be treated multiple times. An example of this would be a post-partum abdomen with deep stretch marks or the sun damaged knees of a mature person.

The results from a fibroblast treatment will last about three years.

Immediately after the procedure you will notice redness, slight swelling and small scabbed dots. This is normal. Swelling usually subsides after 3-5 days. The scabbed dots usually fall off between 7 and 10 days leaving the treated area slightly pink for up to 14 days.

The treated area is numbed prior to the procedure. You may feel some heat or minor irritation but virtually no pain. After the procedure, the treated area will be tender and feel similar to a sunburn. After care products are sent home that will help alleviate any discomfort.

The amount of time it takes to perform the procedure will depend on the area and size being treated. During your appointment we will start by taking before pictures and mapping out the area bring treated. Then you will make yourself comfortable in the treatment room. We have Netflix, Hulu, Parmount+ and Disney+ available to watch. If you are not interested in watching TV, please bring headphones to listen to while the procedure is going on. A topical numbing cream is applied to the area and will need to process for an hour to ensure the area is fully numb before stating the treatment. (If you have had dental work done in the past where you needed additional lidocaine, it may take you longer to numb. Please let Stef know this prior to your treatment so ample time is allocated.) After you are fully numb, the treatment will begin. Depending on the size of the area, the treatment can take anywhere from 5 minuets to two hours. Following the treatment, healing gel is applied to the area and we will discuss after care. It is best to take it easy the rest of the day and to avoid any vigorous activities the following two days to ensure your body isn’t over exerted. Link your text to anything, or set your text box to expand on click. Write your text here...

This will depend on the size of the area being treated. Doing multiple areas of the face in one treatment is fine. It would not be suggested to do two large areas such as stomach and face at the same time.

•Neck •Under Arm •Hands •Decollate •Stomach •Stretch Marks •Inner Thigh •Knee Lift •Skin Tags •Age Spots •Scars Face: •Any fine lines or wrinkles •Crow’s feet •Forehead •Glabellar Lines (11’s) •Upper eyelids •Lower eyelids •Cheeks •Marionette lines •Upper lip •Jowls •Full Face


•Pregnant or breastfeeding •Cardio-vascular deficiencies including uncontrolled high blood pressure •Pacemaker or any other medical device with an electrical current •Have or had cancer within the last three years •Have had or are susceptible to keloid formation •Suffer from an auto-immune disease or other illness that affects the immune system




Glabella Lines

Upper Eyelids

Lowe Eyelids

Crowes Feet

Full Cheeks

Marionette Lines

Upper Lip


Full Face

Full Neck


Under Arms


Stomach Level 1

Stomach Level 2

Stomach Level 3

Stretch Marks

Inner Thigh

Knee Lift






















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