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What is Fibroblast?

The Plasma treatment uses the fourth state of matter plasma. Tissues are treated “sublimate” and we avoid spreading unwanted heat to the surrounding areas. The principle is to ionize gases in the air to create a small electrical arch, similar to a tiny lightning bolt, with which dermal and epidermal areas, which are affected by aesthetic problems, may be treated without spreading unwanted heat to the surrounding areas. When the electrical arch plasma touches the skin surface, the heat widens the pores and is subsequently transferred into the epidermis all the way to the papillary layer which contains fibroblast cells. The result is contraction and tightening of the skin cells. Consequently, the excess skin is reduced, and the result is comparable to lift procedures or wrinkle reduction. Most, if not all, methods of skin resurfacing are based on creating a controlled skin damage, which activates its healing, and this leads to the skin remodeling and improvement in various signs of aging. Even though skin layers get damaged by plasma in a controlled manner (by heating, fragmentation, vaporization - sublimation and coagulation), they do not burn off as they largely do under ablative laser and, importantly, there is no open wound during the healing phase. This is extremely important as this approach reduces the risk of side effects such as scarring, infection, loss of pigmentation, etc.


Professional skincare products with ingredients such as retinols, alphahydroxy acids (AHAs), tretinoin or any type of vitamin A derivatives must be avoided for two weeks prior to treatment and one month after.


Ensure you do not have the items listed below:
•Skin types 5&6.

• Pregnancy.

• The Birth Control Pill and other Medications.

• UV Exposure.

• Autoimmune Disease.

• Vitiligo.

• Pacemaker.

• Severe circulatory disease including ischemic tissue, thrombosis, severe uncontrolled blood pressure.

• Metal plates or pins.

• Severe Cardiovascular conditions.

• Current or recent hemorrhage.

• Malignancy and chemotherapy in the past 3 years.

• Has taken Accutane in the past year.

After Care

After Care Aftercare procedure is very important. We do not want the treated area to get inflamed or hyper pigmented.


There are three phases of skin healing:

Phase 1 - Inflammatory Response (1-5 days) *this is your downtime
Phase 2 - Regenerative phase or Fibroblastic Phase (5–28 days)

Phase 3 - New Collagen Production


Aftercare Instructions:

• Burning sensation will soon subside.

• Anti-inflammatory/antihistamine medication can be used.

• You may experience swelling, especially around the eyes.

• Swelling usually lasts only for a few days.

• Ice packs can soothe and help reduce swelling.

• Occasional weeping will settle.

• Formation of brown/black crusts on the skin surface, DO NOT TOUCH IT!

• Crusts will fall off in a few days.

• Keep treated area clean and dry.

• Cleanse with lukewarm water and clean gauze.

• Avoid alcohol-based cleansers.

• Use sunscreen.

• Do not cover with plasters or dressing.

• If the area becomes hot, red or is weeping pus, it is infected.

Areas of Treatment

Treatment can be done anywhere on the body- for pricing and area listed, please click on "Book" to see our list of services.

Upper Eyelids

Under Eyelids

Crow's Feet



Acne (active acne)

Acne Scarring




Stretch Marks

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