How does fibroblasting work to rejuvenate the skin?
This non-invasive, soft-surgical treatment can rejuvenate lined and ageing skin leaving it looking youthful, fresh, and wrinkle-free.
Non-invasive, non-surgical treatment to eliminate wrinkles, reduce stretch marks, lift brows, tighten skin, and more
Plasma Pen treatment, also known as plasma fibroblast therapy, is a non-invasive and non-surgical procedure to help tighten, resurface, rejuvenate and regenerate the skin on virtually any area of the body to eliminate lines, wrinkles, stretch marks, and acne scars. It can also be used to lift brows, reshape the nose and soften laughter lines.
The Plasma Pen treatment can be used for:
✔ Sagging skin on neck areas
✔ Droopy eyelids
✔ Crow’s feet
✔ Jaw augmentation
✔ Facial resurfacing
✔ Acne scars
✔ Age spots
✔ Seborrheic keratosis
How Plasma Pen works
Plasma Pen treatment targets fibroblasts, which are collagen- and protein-producing cells in the dermis (the layer just below the outermost skin layer). Fibroblasts help maintain the firmness and tightness of the skin, as well as heal wounds on the skin.
Plasma Pen by Louise Walsh creates nitrogen plasma gas. During the treatment, the energy collects on the surface of the barrier, and ionised plasma gas is safely released from about 1mm above the skin. This transfers to the epidermal layer of skin to create superficial trauma and plasma fibroblasts.
After a Plasma Pen treatment, the treated area is visibly smoother, fine lines and deeper wrinkles are reduced. Any acne scarring is smoothed. The results are almost instant, and in some cases last up to three years.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does the Plasma Pen treatment process look like?
The Plasma Pen treatment involves cleansing the skin and applying a topical numbing cream to the specific skin area being treated.
When the cream takes effect, the designated skin area is treated with the Plasma Pen, creating a precision plasma arc that causes immediate superficial micro-trauma to the upper epidermal layer of the skin.
This micro-trauma stimulates the healing process for the creation of new, rejuvenated, tight, and smooth tissue over the next 12 weeks. During this phase, collagen and elastin are produced, plumping the structure of the skin to soften and eliminate lines and wrinkles.
The numbing cream will then be removed and a cooling gel will be applied to minimise the tingling and burning sensation.
How long does the treatment take?
The Plasma Pen treatment takes approximately 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the area of the skin being treated.
What’s the downtime and recovery like?
The small dots from the treatment will scab over and fall off after about one week. As the skin heals over the following weeks, the skin should appear firmer and tighter.
Very few clients experience any complications after a Plasma Pen treatment. Our treatments deliver quicker downtimes, faster recovery, and visible results.
Get in touch with Visible Changes and we can assist you with any questions you might have! Call us on (08) 8223 7633 to book your appointment.