How long does the treatment last?
The effect of the plasma lift are permanent and may last years but your body will continue to age over time.
What is Fibroblast Skin Tightening?
Plasmalift skin tightening is the only cosmetic treatment to produce a voltaicarc to retract the tissue in a human skin and make for a more youthful look without surgery or injecting a chemical substance. Plasmalift skin tightening is known for its success with non-surgical eye lift, skin tag removal, tummy tightening, stretch marks and much more. The term "soft surgery" is used to describe the treatment because it delivers results similar to surgery, with no scalpel, stitches, or bandages and minimal downtime. It's a minimally invasive procedure with much lower risk and more affordable price than surgery.
What is a Fibroblast?
A fibroblast is a type of cell that synthesizes the extracellular matrix and collagen and plays a critical role in wound healing. Fibroblasts are the most common cells of connective tissue. Fibroblasts make collagen, Glycosaminoglycans, elastic fibers, and cytokine. Tissue damage stimulates fibrocytes and induces the mitosis of fibroblasts.
When will I see the results?
Results are immediate but will keep improving over the couse of 12 week.
How many treatments will I need?
It depends on client's skin and desired level of correction. Many clients are satified after one treatment, but clients may opt for a second or third session to achieve perfect results. You may repeat procedure after 8 week.
Is the treatment safe?
As this is a non-surgical, non-invasive procedure, it makes it very safe. There are possible side-effects including inflammation, scarring, or minor changes in pigmentation which is very rare. It is very important to follow aftercare instructions to avoid any possible side effects and quick healing.
Is the treatment painful
This is a non-invasive procedure with minimal levels of pain. Using a topical numbing agent (5% Lidocaine) prior makes this procedure virtually painless.
Who is not a good candidate?
Tan and darker skin tones are high risk for hypo and hyper-pigmentation.