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Fibroblast – What Is This Amazing Treatment?

Fibroblast is a modern, non-surgical treatment that provides skin tightening for a fresher, more youthful appearance.

It delivers amazing results and can be used on a number of areas to give you a boost of confidence!

Fibroblast is rapidly growing in popularity in the cosmetic world due to it’s long list of advantages over traditional surgery and we offer right here in Plymouth, Devon.

Not only is it dramatically more cost-effective than surgery, it also involves absolutely no incisions or stitches, has considerably less downtime and lets you return to normality without any hassle!

This innovative treatment is perfectly precise and virtually pain free making it great for targeted (and delicate) areas.

With results obvious almost immediately, this really is a great option for those with super busy schedules in search of a quick cosmetic lift.

It delivers amazing results and can be used on a number of areas to give you a boost of confidence!
Just a few of the skin issues and forms of looseness that we can remove, resolve or tighten via fibroblast, include:

• Wrinkles and lines
• Acne scarring
• Bingo wings
• Tags
• Stretch marks
• Under eye bags
• Excess hanging skin on arms, tummies or by the ears
• Hooded eyes

Did you know as we age our dermal layer thins, less collagen is produced, elastin fibres wear out and these changes cause our skin to wrinkle and sag and to lose laxity and texture


Plasma fibroblast therapy targets and stimulates fibroblasts.
These are collagen, elastin and protein-producing cells in the dermis, the layer of skin just below your outermost skin layer.

Fibroblasts play an important role in helping skin wounds heal as well as maintaining skin firmness and tightness.

The amazing fibroblast technique is specifically designed to dramatically repair, reverse and mitigate these effects and deliver a more youthful appearance

How does it work?

Plasma Fibroblasting treatments work on the principle of ionized gas in the air. At the right distance from the skin, oxygen and nitrogen are mixed, and the electrostatic energy produces the plasmatic effusion or arc, which discharges onto the skin.

Without actually touching the skin, this plasma arc vaporises the skin forcing it to contract and stimulates fibroblasts – these are the cells responsible for the production of collagen.

Small carbon crusts form on the skin, resembling dots, which come away over the coming days to reveal regenerated skin.

This micro trauma and stimulation is the key to the treatments results as existing collagen and elastin in the skin promotes the production of new skin cells which will help to strengthen, plump and tighten the skin which continues for several weeks after the treatment.

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