Understanding Cold Plasma and True Plasma Fibroblast


There is currently a lot of confusion in the market regarding cold plasma technology. Several technicians, marketing this technology as a replacement for traditional fibroblast treatments. however, it is important to note that cold plasma is not intended to serve as a direct replacement for traditional plasma fibroblast treatments.

If one expects cold plasma to deliver results similar to a true plasma fibroblast treatment, they are likely to be disappointed.

Plasma Fibroblast Before and Direct After Treatment

Plasma fibroblast

Plasma fibroblast treatment using the arc is a cosmetic procedure that harnesses the power of controlled thermal energy to target specific areas of the skin. This non-surgical approach aims to stimulate fibroblast activity, which plays a key role in collagen production and skin tightening. The procedure typically involves the use of a handheld device that delivers targeted thermal energy to the skin’s surface

During the healing process, there is heightened creation of collagen and elastin production, leading to better and faster results than with cold plasma. The results of a true plasma fibroblast treatment are long-lasting and can last between 1 to 3 years, depending on several unique factors specific to each client.

 The potential benefits of plasma fibroblast treatment using the arc may include:

  • Skin Tightening: By stimulating fibroblast activity, this treatment can lead to improved skin elasticity and firmness.
  • Collagen Stimulation: The controlled thermal energy is intended to trigger collagen production, which can contribute to a more youthful appearance.
  • Moderate to minimal reduction of wrinkles and fine lines: The targeted thermal energy may help diminish the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines in treated areas.

It’s important to consider that while plasma fibroblast treatment using the arc has gained popularity for its potential cosmetic benefits, there are also risks and considerations to take into account. These may include post-treatment recovery time, potential side effects, and variations in individual responses to the procedure.

Cold plasma

Cold Plasma  Before and Direct After Treatment

Cold plasma is a type of skin care treatment that aims to sterilize the skin, infuse skin care products deep into the skin, and stimulate collagen production.

It’s important to note that there is a significant difference between collagen stimulation and forced collagen production.

Cold plasma treatment works on the superficial layer of the skin and does not cause any micro-injury. This means that multiple cold plasma sessions are typically required to achieve substantial collagen production.

Antimicrobial Properties: Cold plasma has shown promise in reducing bacteria on the skin’s surface, making it a potential option for treating acne and other skin infections.

  • Wound Healing: Research suggests that cold plasma may promote faster wound healing by stimulating cell migration and proliferation.
  • Skin Rejuvenation: Some studies have indicated that cold plasma treatment together with vitamin C could have positive effects on skin texture and appearance, potentially contributing to a more youthful look.

When it comes to achieving a more youthful appearance, cold plasma can be utilized as part of a series of treatments, but the results may not be as dramatic as those from true plasma fibroblast treatments.

It is not recommended as an alternative unless the client cannot undergo plasma fibroblast treatment due to specific contraindications, such as having a higher Fitzpatrick skin type or any other contraindications.

Choosing Between Cold Plasma and Plasma Fibroblast Treatment

The decision between cold plasma and plasma fibroblast treatment using the arc should be based on individual factors such as skin type, specific cosmetic goals, medical history, and consultation with a qualified healthcare professional or dermatologist. Both treatments have unique characteristics and potential benefits, but their suitability for an individual’s needs should be assessed through thorough evaluation and discussion with a healthcare provider.

In conclusion, both cold plasma treatment and plasma fibroblast treatment using the arc offer distinct approaches to addressing various cosmetic concerns related to skin health and appearance. Understanding their mechanisms of action, potential benefits, and associated considerations is crucial when making an informed decision about which treatment may be better suited for specific cosmetic goals.

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Plasma Fibroblast Before and Direct After Treatment

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