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“True Workings" on Plasma Fibroblast

The Importance of Educating on Plasma Fibroblast Technology"

As a Plasma Fibroblast Technician, it is important to educate the public about the benefits and true workings of plasma fibroblast technology, while also dispelling any misconceptions that may exist.

Direct after full face lift

Direct after full face lift

 The science behind Plasma Fibroblast

On a cellular level your fiber blast, which are the cells that make collagen begin getting lazy they stopped making as much collagen and so as a result of that the skin loses elasticity.


The process of plasma fibroblast treatment is when the electrode tip of the device emits an electrical discharge, it heats tiny columns of the skin and as a result of superficial injury to the upper dermal layer of the skin. In most cases, the electrode tip is close to the target area but never touches the skin. 

The first step is immediate tissue contraction and thermodisruption as an active plasma mechanism. What follows is a regeneration process, which causes the new skin to produce collagen and elastin fibers that we lose as we age.


In Simple Terms

To understand it better, it is an injury to the skin which causes your skin to plump up through the production of new collagen buildup because it's trying to heal itself.


For example, when you injure yourself, it heals with a scar, anytime you create an injury it responds by creating new collagen, which is like the heat creates an injury and as a result stimulates theoretically again more collagen and creates a little bit of contraction.

The Working of Plasma Fibroblast

The Working of Plasma Fibroblast

So, the idea is that by disposing heat onto the tissues, is your getting not only a tissue response but also getting a little bit of a shrinkage result so it enhanced the collagen production and actually shrinking some of the skin.

 Does the Plasma Fibroblast treatment for skin tightening actually work?

Yes, if you have a medium to little amount of sagging skin, you can greatly benefit from Plasma Fibroblast skin tightening treatment, however, nobody can accurately predict how many treatments you'll need for the purpose of SKIN-TIGHTENING!


Plasma Fibroblast is not an exact science that can guarantee the outcome of skin tightening results, because each person's skin reaction and healing time to the treatment may vary, as a result, no technician is currently able to predict with certainty whether or not skin tightening will happen and if the client will need additional treatments and, if so, how many, except for people with severe loose wrinkly skin the best option will be to rather advice the client to consider a more invasive approach such as surgery.



You and a friend may both have loose skin on their upper eyelids treated simultaneously. Your friend may have fantastic eye lifting results, the final results outcome can vary between 8-12 weeks after treatment, while you have no noticeable benefits except for the skin looking better overall. Consequently, you will need follow-up treatments, and it may take two or more treatments to get skin tightening results if any.

Plasma Fibroblast Upper eyelid tightening

This Lady had fantastic upper eye skin tightening results after only one plasma fibroblast skin tightening treatment

But that said by following the basic skin care practices together with undergoing plasma fibroblast treatments, as mentioned in my post Skin care Plasma Fibroblast treatments surely enhance collagen production, reduce pigmentation, and rejuvenate the skin to restore its luster and brightness, thus slowing down the aging process of the skin.


"In conclusion, plasma fibroblast is a great treatment to enhance collagen production, reduce pigmentation, and to rejuvenate the skin to restore its luster and brightness.

Before and After Plasma Fibroblast Treatment

1st picture: Before Skin is Dull & Dry and 2nd skin is restored with luster and brightness after Plasma Fibroblast Treatment


It is important for plasma fibroblast technicians to provide clients with a comprehensive understanding of the treatment's benefits.


Rather than solely focusing on skin tightening, technicians should emphasize the treatment's ability to enhance collagen production, reduce pigmentation, and rejuvenate the skin, and with some, skin tightening happens only as an added bonus. 

By providing clients with the true benefits, technicians can avoid the mistake of leaving clients unhappy with unmet expectations.

Please note! All in this article is based on our own experience and does not represent the views of any other salon or establishment.

You are welcome to go and download my FREE e-book 1, also a valuable educational handout for your clients, Considering Plasma Fibroblast Skin tightening. "All You Need to Know" the 1st intro to my ebook 6.

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ROSASS strongly advises each of you to research your local legislation and/or governing boards. It is your sole responsibility to check and clarify all rules and regulations pertaining to your country, state, city, and county if you are planning to perform Plasma Fibroblast treatments.

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