When administered correctly, fibroblast plasma treatment is one of the most effective non-surgical options for skin tightening. However, it must be performed by a skilled, certified esthetician in order to help ensure safe and effective results. At Trinity Chiropractic, we offer fibroblast plasma therapy performed by a licensed esthetician and certified fibroblast skin tightening specialist for optimal results.
What is Plasma Fibroblast Treatment?
Plasma fibroblast treatment targets collagen (or fibroblasts) and cells which produce protein in the dermis, the skin layer immediately beneath the outermost layer of the skin. Fibroblasts are vital in keeping the skin tight and firm and enabling skin wounds to heal.
With a pen-like device, the esthetician applies plasma fibroblast therapy, which involves the discharge of a high-frequency electric current to the skin. The pen does not touch the skin but releases a current targeted to a small area of the skin. The current produces micro-injuries in the form of small holes in the skin’s layer. This stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, which work to heal these tiny injuries. This results in the tightening of the skin.
Benefits of Fibroblast Skin Tightening
Some important benefits of fibroblast skin therapy include:
- Improves skin tone
- Improves skin texture
- Increases firmness of the skin
- Increases the production of collagen
- Helps remove crow’s feet
- Promotes a more youthful appearance
- Tightens loose skin from the face, to neck, to other parts of the body
- No bleeding
- No bruising
- Quick results
- Effective and safe
- Virtually no pain with topical anesthetic applied
- Minimal downtime
Areas of the Body That Benefit From Fibroblast Treatment
Fibroblast skin treatment can be used on various areas of the body to tighten the skin, including around the mouth, lower and upper lip, eyelids, jawline, neck, knees, and abdomen. It can be used on areas where there are stretch marks and scarring. It is an ideal treatment for areas of wrinkled or loose skin. The treatment is generally more effective where there is thinner skin.
Be sure to discuss with your chiropractor whether you are a good candidate for fibroblast plasma treatment before scheduling a session.