Fibroblast is used to dramatically reduce hooded eyelids, smooth, lift and tighten your skin with a non-surgical, non-invasive procedure. This is only performed by a fully qualified therapist.
Approved specialist equipment is used. This is a micro-milimetre sized probe that emits a series of tiny plasma flashes to the skin.
The results are notably:
Some of the benefits of this procedure are as follows:-
Fibroblast can be used for many treatments and areas as outlined below:
In the case of “crow’s feet” an improvement in the appearance of wrinkles is given whilst the muscles are relaxed. Therefore the face will still be able to wrinkle by facial expression but will disappear when the face is relaxed.
This non-surgical, aesthetic treatment for eyelid tightening has been extensively performed using the Fibroblast technique on both upper and lower eyelids with incredible results. All without the need of costly or painful surgery.
Without using appropriate sun protection and prolonged sun exposure, brown spots can appear on the skin in people over 40. They can usually disappear after superficial peeling treatment on the epidermis.
In reality most tattoos are very resilient, and most treatments currently available require a number of treatments in order to achieve satisfactory results whenever feasible. This is why we refer to it as tattoo fading. As with any tattoo fading treatment we will require several sessions to fully remove, dependent upon the colour and depth.
Removal of skin tags are relatively straightforward and do not re-grow. They are harmless, small soft skin growths that tend to occur on the eyelids, armpits, groin folds and under breasts.
Perioral Lines (peri means around, oral means mouth) are wrinkles around the mouth. They can naturally form due to normal facial expressions, or by smoking, being referred to as ‘smokers lines’.
There are usually two types of scarring – Hypertrophic and Atrophic.
Hypertrophic scarring is where the scar is protruding and can be left after a deep skin injury.
Atrophic scarring is where the scar is a visibly depressed part of the skin usually after acne, chickenpox or other skin inflammation that has cleared.
This treatment can also be used in collaboration with Botox. However any Botox treatment must only be carried out at least 40 days after the Fibroblast treatment.
It is important to point out the effects of treatment between Fibroblast and Botox. For example, with “crow’s feet” Botox temporarily paralyses the periorbital muscles therefore preventing the movement (facial expression) and the formation of these wrinkles. However once a wrinkle has become well established the Botox can reduce but not lift out the crease. Fibroblast will remove the crease.
What does the Fibroblast actually do to the skin?
The Fibroblast probe emits a plasma flash causing a micro-millimetre sized burn to the superficial layer of skin. This transfers a small amount of heat to the deeper layers of skin, which stimulates tightening, collagen and skin regeneration.
Will Fibroblast hurt me?
Everyone has a varying perception of pain. Some people describe a degree of discomfort whilst others are quite comfortable. Numbing products are optional at the clients discretion to manage the discomfort.
Does the Fibroblast process hurt afterwards?
Afterwards there may be some swelling and discomfort. This can be managed with paracetamol or Nurofen and will subside after only a few days.
How long do the results last for?
In skin tightening the skin reduced and tightened by the fibroblast will not re-stretch, however no treatment can prevent any future aging, all we can do is treat it as it occurs. It is possible to have additional fibroblast treatments down the line as further wrinkles or sagging naturally occurs with the aging process.
Moles and skin tags are permanently removed.
Skin conditions such as Xanthelasma and Syringoma may recur regardless of the removal method.
Will I see results straight away?
The plasma flash produces a carbonisation affect that shrinks the skin immediately. The skin then needs time to heal and the final results of each treatment will be visible approximately ten days later.
The number of treatment sessions required will depend upon the degree of tightening / lifting required. This will be discussed during the consultation.
Some treatments such as moles and skin tags may only require one session.