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Plasma Fibroblast: The Botox Alternative to Rejuvenate Skin

by Marta Jordan Writer
Botox procedures have more cons to them than one would like, and results are visible for a mere 3 months. For the money expended, they can be a huge let down. 

An alternative that is a relatively new concept in the cosmetic surgery field is Plasma Fibroblast Melbourne. A non-surgical, non-invasive, aesthetic procedure rejuvenates the skin by reducing facial lines, wrinkles, and skin pigmentation, all at a fraction of the cost of Botox treatments. Plasma fibroblast is the easy way out to get skin that feels younger and smoother. 
 
So, what exactly is Plasma fibroblast if not surgery?
 
Fibroblasts are cells in the dermis that produce collagen, the chemical responsible for maintaining the structure of the skin. Plasma fibroblast therapy employs a pen-like device that discharges a high-frequency plasma charge formed from the air between its tip and the natural gases emitted just above the skin. This results in micro-injuries; however, this encourages tissue regeneration, and in the healing process, the skin tightens and stimulates the activity of fibroblast cells. The area which underwent treatment by the plasma charge will retract by pulling the skin cells closer together. 

Any area with excessive or saggy skin will show significant results immediately after the first treatment. However, the final result will be seen after ten weeks from the treatment. Do keep in mind that the number of procedures required will differ from person to person, skin laxity, age, and the skin’s response to treatment. 
 
For someone who’s insecure about their drooping jawline or crow’s feet around their eyes, fibroblast therapy is an excellent option that is not only cost-effective but less painful. 
 
Aftercare for Treatment

It is important to care for the skin immediately after the treatment since it will be very vulnerable at this stage. In case of irritation, avoid scratching your face or scabs. Wear sunscreen with at least SPF50 when going out in the sun. Any form of physical activity that may lead to sweating must be avoided. 

Most doctors will also provide a cleansing and moisturizing treatment with complete directions to patients. Stick to these products for the first week after the procedure and avoid products with fragrance or sensitizing ingredients.
  
What conditions or skin deformities can be treated with Plasma Fibroblast?
 
The best thing about this procedure is how easy it is to administer to different parts of the body. If hesitant to try traditional plastic surgery, a medical professional can help treat the following with fibroblast therapy:

- Recent and old stretch marks 
- Acne pigmentation
- Wrinkles and nasolabial folds
- Sagging facial skin, neck, and jawline
- Under-eye bags, drooping eyelids, and crow’s feet
- Overall skin texture
- Tattoo Removal
- Permanent scarring
- Loose skin due to pregnancy

Side Effects on Plasma Fibroblast and Recuperation 

Of course, like any other electric treatment, there will be swelling and slight irritation in the treated area for a while. The plasma flash will also cause carbon crusts, small brown dots on the skin. However, these side effects are short-lived and, when treated with after-cream, will take no more than 5-7 days to subside. 
 
How long will the results last?
The effects of plasma fibroblast remain for an average time period of 2-5 years. The duration will vary from person to person. This procedure does not stop ageing. 
 
Due to the high-risk factor of surgical treatments, there has always been a slight hesitancy to commit to them. The demand for minimally invasive aesthetic procedures has resulted in a variety of modalities for skin rejuvenation. Plasma fibroblast Melbourne might be a new technique, but the results it has yielded are astonishing hence it’s definitely one to try.


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