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Downtime and Recovery Plasma Fibroblast

Important Steps for Healing Aftercare Like most skin rejuvenation treatments, there may be some side effects but the post-treatment downtime and recovery from the plasma device - plus the end result - is frequently shown to be far superior to treatment with other devices. However, you as the technician are not in control of your client when they leave, and they must follow the aftercare guidelines carefully if they wish to enjoy optimal results and protect their investment in Plasma Fibroblast treatment. It is of utmost importance for the client to follow the aftercare instructions given by you and to stay out of the sun for a minimum of 3 months post-treatment. Preparation, consultation, and aftercare are key for a successful outcome. You as the technician will provide them with a specific detailed aftercare regime to follow as well as suggested products to use. Downtime Clients can resume work directly after treatment but will not look their best during the initial healing process, d

How to Eliminate Skin Tags

THE UNWELCOMED SKIN TAG! Skin tags can be a nuisance and can affect one's confidence. That's why I want to share with you some tips on how to eliminate skin tags and an important tip on how to avoid getting them in the first place. In this post, we'll explore some effective and safe methods including plasma fibroblast for removing skin tags, as well as some preventative measures you may recommend to your client to stop them from returning. SKIN TAGS: SYMPTOMS AND WHERE ON THE BODY: Collagen is a type of protein found throughout the body. Both men and women can develop skin tags. Anyone can get skin tags bugt they tend to occur more in older people and people who are overweight or have type 2 diabetes. Pregnant women may also be more likely to develop skin tags because of changes in their hormone levels. A skin tag includes fibroepithelial polyp, acrochordon, cutaneous papilloma, and soft fibroma. All these terms describe skin tags and are benign, non-cancerous, tumors of th

Reasons Why Numbing could be Ineffective

Pain and Anesthesia during Treatment Pain Although most Plasma lift treatment is virtually pain-free, your own treatment may be moderately uncomfortable depending on where you are being treated – especially eyelid procedures where the skin is at its thinnest and your own sensitivities and tolerances. Your specialist will work closely with you on this, including selecting the most effective numbing agent (s). The Plasma device and super-fine probes allow the specialists to operate swiftly and efficiently, reducing any potential discomfort you may have. Types of anesthesia used by Plasma Fibroblast technicians Local anesthetics approved by the Food and Drug administration are commonly used by technicians. Many of these are also available in over-the-counter strength for home use: lidocaine, which numbs only the immediate area to be worked on and is mainly used for less invasive procedures. Reasons why numbing could not be affective but not limited to Use of heavy caffeine prior to treatm

What can plasma fibroblast treat

What lesions and skin conditions can be treated with plasma fibroblast? Many different types of lesions and skin conditions can be treated with plasma fibroblast. You, as the technician, will determine whether or not your client is a candidate for any given treatment. The following is a brief overview of some of the skin conditions that can be treated with plasma fibroblast: This table represents a partial list: Developmental Skin abnormalities Acne scars and scars associated with scarring, Plasma treatment can be used in combination with other treatments to get the best result, and any scars should be one year old or older before plasma treatment. (The client will need several follow-up treatments and each case will be unique). Growths and tissue defects Cherry angiomas removal (One treatment is normally sufficient, depending on the size of treatment) Broken capillaries (superficially spider veins) on face or nose area only (the client might need a quick touchup) Mila removal (One tre

Plasma Fibroblast treatment "Tips for Eyes"

General - PLASMA - FIBROBLAST Tips for eye treatments Before Treatment •       Suggest to your client in taking an antihistamine 1 day prior to their appointment to help with possible edema / swelling and continue to take antihistamines for 2-3 days following their appointment •       Inform your client It's advisable using fibroblast in conjunction with Botox to paralyze facial muscles causing dynamic wrinkles if they don’t want the wrinkles back! You can do plasma 3 weeks after Botox or 3 weeks prior to plasma treatment. It could take for some up to three + treatments combined with Botox, or it will return, Botox treatment is not a permanent solution, and the results last around 4-6 months. Once the effects start to fade, it is possible for client to repeat treatment •       Always Pre-treat your client with Fitzpatrick 3 skin or higher, “especially for darker skin tones”. See detailed pre-treatment to avoid PIH in book 6 chapter 7 During Treatment •        see Chapte

"Know your Moles" Poster

TIPS (FOR THERAPISTS) NB!  Before attempting to remove a mole or growth, always ask your client for a note from their doctor or dermatologist approving the procedure. When looking for moles on the body or face of your client, ask them if any changes in size, colour, or shape. Itching, bleeding, or crusting of moles occurred, these are signals that your client should schedule an appointment with their dermatologist or doctor to have the moles examined asap. Know your Moles Know the ABCDEs when checking the moles and have them professionally checked by a GP or Dermatologist for all concerns: ·         A - Asymmetry – one half doesn’t match the other half ·         B - Borders – the mole has uneven borders ·         C - Colour – there is a variety of colours in the mole (brown, tan, or black) ·         D - Diameter – the mole has grown larger than a pencil eraser (¼ inch) ·         E - Evolution – the mole has evolved in size, shape, colour, elevation, or they have noticed

Plasma Fibroblast “Consultation”

PLASMA FIBROBLAST CONSULTATION? The plasma fibroblast consultation sets the stage for everything that happens next and is an essential part of reaching the clients treatment goals. During the consultation  The client has the opportunity to ask questions and determine if this type of treatment are right for them.  The technician will attentively listen to the client's concerns and what the client hope to achieve from the plasma fibroblast treatment.  The technician will also assess whether plasma fibroblast treatment is suitable for the client and whether possible follow up treatments will be required, and if not, the technician will be open with the client about the likelihood of not getting the desired results and will suggest alternative treatments or surgery. The client can decide whether they are comfortable with the technician. A consultation usually lasts between 15 and 30 minutes. some technicians offer no-cost consultations, while others may. Pre-Treatment Requirements The