plasma Fibroblast

Plasma Fibroblast treatment is a revolutionary non-surgical, skin lifting and tightening treatment. Plasma Pen treatments contract and tighten the surface skin tissue, creating immediate lift and dramatic skin tightening. By firstly rejuvenating the outer layer of skin – known as the epidermis, the Plasma Pen skin tightening treatment replaces old skin cells with new ones before stimulating collagen and elastin production and strengthening, plumping and lifting the facial structure.

What is plasma?

Plasma is the fourth state of matter after the three states of matter that we are familiar with, solid, liquid and gas. Plasma is described as a “liquified gas” in which the electrons are stripped from atoms to form an ionised gas, in which ions are free to move.

Plasma treatments do not require any cutting of the skin and are much quicker than surgery, as no general anaesthesia is required. Treatments can take between 20-30 minutes and there is minimal downtime, however, there can be small formations of scabs and slight swelling. With visible results after one treatment and a gradual improvement over a couple of weeks post treatment, it is no wonder why Plasma Pen tightening is sought-after!


Many clients see results from Plasma Pen skin tightening within a couple of days and then see a dramatic improvement to treated areas at six weeks. Full results are revealed in three to six months. Some clients may require up to 3 treatments to achieve desired results.

Results are designed to last for up to three to five years, so the Plasma Pen treatment is more cost-effective and offers a much quicker recovery time than traditional surgical methods.

Plasma Information

  • Allow carbon dots (scabs) to shed naturally over 5-10 days
  • Do not rub, scratch or touch the scabs in any way
  • KEEP THEM DRY. Do not cover them with ointment, oil, lotion or any other topical application for four full days.
  • DO NOT WEAR MAKE-UP OR ANY OTHER TOPICAL PRODUCT for a minimum of four full days, and preferably until the carbon dots have shed. (makeup can heal into the scabs and cause discoloration.
  • Keep your treated area out of the sun, new collagen is very delicate.
  • Immediately and shortly after treatment there may be some swelling and fluid retention, especially around the eyes. A dry cold compress is a great way to mitigate this. To avoid getting the area wet, wrap in clean paper towel. However, swelling is not a bad thing and is a natural part of the healing process, so don’t try to “treat” it with anything other than cold compress. The eye area is the most prone to swelling, so allow yourself a full 24 hours to let this subside.
  • Especially in the eye area, swelling peaks upon waking, first thing in the morning. Over the course of the first 1-3 days, it is normal for the swelling to migrate down into the under eye area. This will subside generally through day 3 and be mostly normal by day 4.
  • The area will feel hot, like a sunburn for the first 24 hours. This is normal. The sensation should subside after the first 24 hours.
  • Treatment zones will feel tight both immediately after the procedure and for the first 2 to 4 days.
  • You will likely experience the area feeling slightly itchy from about days 2-5. This is a normal part of the healing process. DO NOT ITCH OR SCRATCH THE DOTS.
  • By day 10 your carbon dots should be gone and you can resume your body care, physical activity and makeup use as normal.
  • Avoid direct sun exposure, cover the area or sunblock, and be sure to keep the treated area out of the direct sun exposure for at least the 8 weeks of the healing process.
  • Week 2 to 4 will present with the treated areas slightly pink and could be slightly tender to the touch.
  • Weeks 5-8 will see continual improvement both in sensation, texture, look and feel. By week 8 the treated area will have completely blended with the untreated areas.