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Plasma Therapy (Fibroblast Therapy)

What is a Plasma Fibroblast Therapy?

PLASMA THERAPY IS A BEAUTY TECHNIQUE THAT HAS BEEN DEVELOPED OVER MANY YEARS, TO TREAT AN ARRAY OF SKIN CONDITIONS BY UTILISING AND MANIPULATING THE SKIN HEALING PROCESS FOR THE BENEFIT OF SKIN RENEWAL AND SKIN TIGHTENING.
Plasma fibroblast therapy is a skin-enhancing and tightening procedure. It is an alternative to laser, injection and other surgical procedures.
Plasma fibroblast therapy targets the fibroblasts, the collagen, and protein-producing cells in the dermis.
The role of fibroblast is to play an important role in healing the skin wounds and maintaining skin firmness and tightness.
It uses a pen-like device that discharges a high-frequency electric current to a small area of the skin. The plasma tip does not touch the skin but instead releases a current just above the layer of the skin. This discharges current in small area of the skin’s layer.

The thermal disruption from plasma fibroblast therapy leads to:

    • Break down of the protein in the skin
    • Encourages tissue regeneration
    • Stimulates fibroblast activity
    • Causes tissue tightening

The plasma fibroblast therapy is also known as plasma skin resurfacing. The therapy is performed in a safe, controlled environment.

The plasma fibroblast therapy can:

    • Improve the skin texture
    • Lead to mild-to-moderate skin tightening effect
    • Result in some degree of skin and facial contour change

The effects stimulate fibroblast production for up to 1 year after the treatment. As it is a new procedure not many researches have been done on the same.
Plasma fibroblast therapy is a non-surgical treatment that is used to treat acne, photoaging include dark, age spots, seborrheic keratosis, and wrinkled skin of eyelids, neck, jawline, and above lips.

Side Effects of Plasma Fibroblast Therapy

A few side effects related to plasma fibroblast therapy are:

    • Redness
    • Swelling
    • Mild hypopigmentation
    • Mild hyperpigmentation
    • Skin peelingand crusting

POST-TREATMENT RECOMMENDATIONS

  • DO NOT WASH THE AREA OR GET IT WET FOR AT LEAST 24-HOURS Whilst the area is dry, scabs will form and protect the wound from outside influences. When the scabs become wet you risk them falling off prematurely leaving, they would open and subject to infection risks.
  • REDUCE BATHING THE AREA DOWN TO A MINIMUM For the same reasons above, try to reduce clients bathing to a minimum.
  • AVOID HOT BATHS AND EXTREME TEMPERATURES Heat can increase the swelling to the wound and steam can cause precipitation which can increase the likelihood of the scab falling off
  • AVOID TOUCHING THE AREA The more you touch the area the more likely you are to spread bacteria and cause infections or knock off the scabs.
  • DO NOT PICK OR SCRATCH THE SCABS It is important that you allow the scabs to fall off naturally to reduce the likelihood of scarring or pigmentation.
  • DO NOT RUB THE SCABS When washing, splash water onto the face and avoid contact with the hands.
  • IF THE AREA SWELLS USE ARNICA GEL TO REDUCE SWELLING Arnica is excellent at keeping swelling at bay. Always provide you client with a small tub of Arnica pre/post-treatment
  • IF THE AREA WEEPS, APPLY HEALING CREAM We recommend Savlon gel however any over the counter skin healing and antibacterial cream can be applied
  • IF UNSURE CONTACT YOUR PRACTIONER We always recommend that you keep a consistent line of communication with the client until the healing and swelling has subsided. Often clients can panic – especially after having their eye area treated and it is quite often the case that a quick telephone call can nip any concerns in the bud.
  • IF IN DOUBT – ALWAYS SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION!

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