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Fibroblast treatment is an aesthetic alternative to surgical procedures to rejuvenate the skin. It’s a popular anti-ageing treatment and can also be used for targeting stretch marks and loose skin. It’s a must-have treatment for any technician looking to offer their clients the latest in skincare innovation.

Are you interested in levelling up your services and offering fibroblast treatments? Our Liverpool Fibroblast training covers the theory and practical knowledge you need to deliver a first-class service to your clients.

How a fibroblast treatment works

A fibroblast treatment works by targeting fibroblasts, otherwise known as collagen and the protein-producing cells that you find in the skin’s dermis. What makes fibroblasts so important is their role in healing your skin and supporting its natural renewal cycle. Stimulating the fibroblasts can help the skin maintain its firmness and tightness to prevent premature ageing.

It works by using a pen-style device with an electric current to target specific areas of the skin. The electric current works just above the skin, creating micro-injuries that trigger cellular turnover to rejuvenate the skin.

As the electric current works on the skin, it breaks down the protein to stimulate regeneration and fibroblast activity to tighten the skin.

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Fibroblast Prices

Fibroblast TreatmentPrice
ConsultationFree
Upper Eyelids£250
Under Eyes£250 Crows Feet
Upper and Under Eyes£500
Neck£250
Nasolabial Fold£350
Smokers Lines£500
Lower Face£350
Cheek Lines£350
Forehead£250
Frown Lines (Between Brows)£250
Tummy Tightening£500

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    The benefits of a plasma fibroblast treatment

    The plasma fibroblast treatment is a non-invasive treatment that can be tailored to address your specific skin concerns. It’s commonly used to diminish the appearance of premature ageing, particularly around the eyelids, neck, and lips. It can also target acne scars and photoaging. Alternatively, you can use a fibroblast treatment as an alternative to lip fillers.

    Plasma fibroblasts treatments can deliver immediate results, improving the skin texture by creating a tightening effect to contour the skin. One treatment can stimulate your fibroblast production for up to one year.

    A fibroblast treatment is highly customisable. Some clients require only one treatment to get their desired result, while others can take three treatments. It’s best used for clients who have mild or moderate signs of ageing on their skin.

    Fibroblast Treatment FaQs

    The treatment starts with cleansing the skin and applying a numbing agent 30 minutes before the plasma pen is used. Once the number agent kicks in, the plasma pen uses microcurrents to produce dots on the skin that looks like scabs. At the end of the treatment, the numbing agent is removed and replaced by a cooling gel.
    One of the benefits of a plasma fibroblast treatment is that it has virtually no downtime. The dots produced by the plasma pen will scab over, falling off the skin after a week. When the skin starts to heal, it becomes firmer and tighter.
    One of the benefits of this treatment is that it’s relatively non-invasive and does not require the same downtime as cosmetic surgery. Some clients can experience mild side effects depending on the sensitivity of their skin. Possible side effects include skin peeling, redness, and swelling.