Fibroblast is a new innovative treatment that rejuvenates and tightens your skin, without needing any scalpels, suturing, general anaesthesia, or invasive procedures. It produces all the amazing results you would expect from surgery, without any of the pain and in a significantly reduced time too!
How does Fibroblast treatment work?
Unlike conventional skin tightening treatment which involves removing excess skin or the injection of gels, Fibroblast is performed through tiny spots made with the device which causes the instant contraction of skin fibres, causing it to tighten. Fibroblast uses sublimation, which is the chemical process of turning a solid straight into a gas without it being liquid at any point, which allows for instant results, prevents any damage occurring to the surrounding skin and eliminates the risk of tissue damage. Equally, the device uses plasma instead of electrical currents, allowing for Fibroblast treatment to be significantly more long-lasting than its competitors.
What areas can Fibroblast treatment help me with?
- The tightening of saggy upper and lower eyelids
- Skin lesions, including skin tags, moles, warts, xanthelasma, and seborrheic keratosis
- Unwanted facial wrinkles, including frown lines, neck lines, and crow’s feet
- Skin pigmentation, freckles, sun spots and age spots
- Obvious scarring, including post-surgical scars, acne scars, and stretch marks
Does the procedure hurt, and is it safe?
This is a very common question, and something patients worry about before any procedure. Considering the horror stories many people have heard about invasive cosmetic surgery going wrong, people are also concerned about the safety of undertaking treatment. However, as Fibroblast doesn’t involve any invasive procedures, scalpels or needles, the treatment is far safer than other cosmetic surgery.
The procedure doesn’t hurt, either. A local anaesthetic is applied approximately half an hour before starting, which will minimise any discomfort. During treatment, the targeted area may feel a bit hot in places and may tingle a little, but these are the only sensations that will be felt by the vast majority of people.
What are the possible side effects?
As with any skin treatment, there may be some minor side effects, but due to the non-invasive nature of Fibroblast, these will only last for a couple of days. People may experience swelling in the targeted area, and this area may be tender for several days, but this is common and nothing to worry about. Ensure that you minimise the targeted area’s exposure to UV light and direct sunlight in the days following the treatment, as UV light may cause uneven pigmentation during recovery.
Is Fibroblast right for you?
For many people, Fibroblast offers the opportunity to improve their skin in a number of different ways without having to undergo any surgical procedures. The reduced side effects and increased safety of Fibroblast have encouraged growing numbers of people to opt for it year after year. For more information about Fibroblast, and to find out how it can help you achieve the look you desire, click here.