Fibroblast Plasma Skin Tightening Treatments Become Popular

Jen Haskins

Over the past decade, the popularity of fibroblasting plasma treatments has skyrocketed. Now numerous celebrities are coming out with glowing endorsements and beauty fans across the US are filling up all available treatment slots at cosmetic centres months in advance. But, what can this miracle treatment really deliver, and how does it work?

Kirsa Alberts was one of the first people to bring the revolutionary treatment to Jersey. Alberts is the owner of Pure Skin at the Lido Medical Centre and uses the much sought-after Louise Walsh International Plasma Pen, which is currently the most advanced plasma device in the world for non-invasive cosmetic procedures. The pen is incredibly effective for eyelid tightening, eye hood reduction, and wrinkle smoothing. It can also be used to rejuvenate the skin, providing clients with an instantly more youthful, contoured, glowing appearance.

During the natural aging process, collagen production declines, the dermal layer thin and elastin fibres wear out. All those changes to the skin’s fundamental structure result in sagging, wrinkles, and loss of laxity. Collagen is what provides structural support to the skin cells and tissues. Without sufficient cross-linked collagen fibres, the skin scaffolds and loses its structural integrity.

The plasma pen is a device that uses the latest technology to help combat aging. It’s engineered to help repair, reverse, and eliminate all those aforementioned effects to create a more youthful appearance.

The plasma pen reaches deep into the skin layers and stimulates the skin’s wound healing process. This is a process that causes the epidermis to create new skill cells, restructure and strengthen the connective tissues, and jump-start extra collagen production, which helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the face by plumping and lifting the skin.

Following plasma pen skin tightening, clients not only get immediately visible results, but the skin keeps improving for several months following the treatment. This is because the treatment stimulates the skin to continue to produce new collagen.

Reasons plasma pen treatment is better than cosmetic surgery:

  • No need to go under general anaesthesia
  • No stitches
  • No scars
  • No risk of life-changing medical complications
  • Short recovery time
  • Minimal side effects

Fibroblast plasma treatment is very quick and has rapid recovery times. Most clients can be back at their desks the next days with noticeable red dots on the treatment area. Some clients opt to undergo treatment on a Friday, knowing that by Monday, any remaining noticeable little dots can be easily concealed with cover up. All clients undergoing treat at high-end clinics are given a specially-formulated cover up product following a treatment.

Fibroblast Plasma pen treatments provide not only dramatic but long-lasting results. On average treatment results last three years, but procedures on some skin areas can provide permanent results.

Here are some of the things fibroblast plasma pen treatments can offer:

  • Eyelid lifting
  • Wrinkle reduction
  • Sagging skin rejuvenation
  • Stretch mark eradication
  • Melia removal
  • Neck tightening
  • Skin lift
  • Reduce the appearance of smoker’s lines and crow’s feet
  • Removal of skin tags
  • Mole removal/size-reduction
  • Scar treatment

During a plasma pen treatment, the tip of the plasma pen discharges a tiny plasmas flash, which is sometimes called an electrical arc. The pen tip itself never makes contact with the skin, but the plasma flash is hot enough to create a micro millimeter-sized burn on the superficial skin layer. In turn, heat from the burn is transferred into the skin’s deeper layers, which stimulates collagen production, skin regeneration, and tightening.

Guideline Procedure Prices: Under Eye Bags £400-£500, Upper Eyelids £450-£550, Lines Around Mouth £300-£500, and Crow’s Feet £300-£400 (results are expected to last between three and five years).

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Jen Haskins


Jen Haskins is a skin care buff who enjoys reviewing products, picking apart theories, and finding the next DIY Skin Care Hacks she can make in her kitchen.

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