FIBROBLAST

FIBROBLAST - Revolutionary Non-Invasive treatment for:

Eyelid tightening, wrinkle reduction, upper lip wrinkles, acne scars, stretch marks, reduction of loose skin on knees, hands, and elbows, neck tightening

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Fibroblast

eyelid lift & wrinkle reduction

What is Fibroblast? How does it work?  

Fibroblast treatment is a non-surgical lift procedure, which is virtually painless with anesthetic applied topically prior to treatment.  Only excess skin is affected. Results are noticable right away, although it takes 2-4 weeks for full effect to be visible as collagen rebuilds.  Fibroblast may only be performed by a certified specialist.

The fibroblast device exerts a plasma flashes on the surface of the skin, causing tissue to retract and tighten.  There is no damage to surrounding tissue or deeper layers of the skin.

There are no cuts to the skin, which means minimal downtime and discomfort. 


Are there any side effects?

Fibroblast is very safe and effective, side effects are rare.  Temporary change of skin pigmentation may occur.  Carbon crusts, or tiny superficial dots form directly on the skin, and are part of the normal healing process.  When proper aftercare is followed, these carbon crusts will fall off 5 to 7 days after treatment.  Mild swelling is expected during the first 3 days and usually entirely gone by day 5.


Are the full effects of Fibroblast visible right away?

Visible results are seen immediately.  However the healing will continue and the full result should be visible within 2 to 4 weeks.  In some cases, more than 1 treatment is required for optimal result.  This depends on treatment area and skin condition as well as overall desired outcome.


How many treatments are required?

In some cases 1 treatment may be sufficient.  Full effect is visible 2 to 4 weeks following the treatment.  If an additional treatment is required, it should be scheduled at a 6 to 8 week interval.


Are results permanent?

Fibroblast treatments produce long term results, but are subject to the aging process.  Lifestyle, diet, and genetics play a role.