Fibroblast Plasma Pen: What, Why and How?

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Fibroblast – if you have not heard this word before, you are missing out. It has been called a revolutionary non-surgical procedure perfect for rejuvenation and lifting skin on your face and body. It is not hype, trust our experience in cosmetology. Fibroblast is here to stay.

Related: 5 Important Facts About Fibroblast.

So today we will talk about the facts. The fibroblast method uses a device called Plasma Pen.

What is Fibroblast Plasma Pen?

Plasma Pen is the world's most advanced, non-invasive, skin lifting, skin tightening, and rejuvenation device used to treat wrinkles, and sagging dull skin. 

​The Plasma Pen is an FDA-approved device used to perform fibroblast therapy, a technique used to stimulate the production of collagen in the skin.

 Why Fibroblast Plasma Pen?

Fibroblast has multiple significant pros compared to the surgical lifting procedure. Fibroblast skin tightening treatment offers the beauty results of surgical methods without the extended downtime or surgical risks. And Fibroblast can be applied to the same areas as the most popular surgical lifting:

- Skin tightening: upper and lower lids, soft facelift, throat and tummy lift, hands and decolletage

- Reduction of wrinkles and uneven surfaces (Pronounced or deep lines): perioral wrinkles, worry lines, nasolabial folds, forehead, crows feet

- Hypertrophic scar reduction and improvement

- Removal of warts and skin tags, and more

Related: Full list of Application Areas for Fibroblast Treatment serviced in Beauty Babe Club.

 How does Plasma Pen Work?

Fibroblast treatment is a low-pain procedure that uses a small electric charge transmitted through a tiny probe. The probe does not touch or penetrate the skin. Plasma Pen converts electrical energy into gaseous diatomic molecular nitrogen and transmits that energized gas in a non-contact way to the skin’s surface from above. This causes micro-trauma to the skin’s epidermal layer (top layers). This process is heating and disrupting the deeper dermal structure, causing superficial damage. This allows new skin to generate, promotes collagen and elastin fibers that naturally fade as we age.

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