Non-Surgical Skin Treatment
Fibroblast is a non-surgical, non-invasive procedure that can only be performed by a qualified therapist. This treatment is revolutionary in the smoothing, lifting and tightening of the skin. This has a particularly dramatic affect when used to hugely reduce hooded eyelids.
Encourages Natural Collagen Production
The process uses approved specialist equipment, in particular a micro-millimetre sized probe that emits a series of tiny plasma flashes to the skin, with the following effects:-
- The fibres in the skin shrink, this has a tightening and lifting effect on the targeted area.
- The treatment triggers the skin’s natural regeneration process (which slows with the aging) and natural collagen production, which smooths out even well-established wrinkles and folds in the skin.
Some but not all of the benefits of this procedure are listed below:-
- Does not require any injectable anesthetic.
- Does not require any cutting of skin.
- Does not require any stitches.
- Rarely has any bleeding.
- Very low risk aesthetic procedure.
- The treatments have minimal side effects.
- Quick & easy procedure with very little downtime, most clients can return to work the same day if they so wish.
- Significantly lower cost than other, more invasive treatments.
Fibroblast can be used for many treatments and areas as outlined below:
In the case of “crow’s feet” an improvement in the appearance of wrinkles is given whilst the muscles are relaxed. Therefore the face will still be able to wrinkle by facial expression but will disappear when the face is relaxed.
Eyelid tightening is the new frontier in aesthetics. This type of non-surgical treatment has been extensively performed using the Fibroblast technique on both upper and lower eyelids and can achieve incredible results without the need for painful and costly surgery.
Superficial Brown Spots
Brown Spots can appear as a result of prolonged sun exposure without the appropriate sun protection. It often appears in people over 40 years of age. Brown Sun Spots usually disappear after superficial peeling treatment on the epidermis.
Tattoo Removal or Tattoo Fading.
In reality most tattoos are very resilient, and most treatments currently available require a number of treatments in order to achieve satisfactory results whenever feasible. This is why we refer to it as tattoo fading. As with any tattoo fading treatment we will require several sessions to fully remove, dependent upon the colour and depth.
Skin tags are very common but harmless small, soft skin growths. They tend to occur on the eyelids, neck, armpits, groin folds, and under breasts. Removing the skin tag does not cause more to grow and the procedures to remove them are relatively straight forward.
Perioral Lines are types of wrinkles (peri means around, oral means mouth) because they are located around the mouth. They can occur naturally due to normal facial expression of the perioral muscles. They can also be caused by smoking hence why they are often referred to as smoker’s lines.
Scarring can be mainly differentiated between Hypertrophic and Atrophic Scars. A Hypertrophic scar is raised (protruding), whereas an Atrophic scar is a visibly depressed part of the skin. A Hypertrophic scar is the type of scar that can be left after a deep skin injury. Atrophic Scars are usually left when Acne, Chickenpox or other type of skin inflammation has cleared.
This treatment can also be used in collaboration with Botox. However any Botox treatment must only be carried out at least 40 days after the Fibroblast treatment.
Different to Botox
It is important to differentiate this type of treatment from the effects of Botox. Botox is a way to tighten the skin. For example, with “crow’s feet” Botox temporarily paralyses the periorbital muscles therefore preventing the movement (facial expression) and the formation of these wrinkles. However once a wrinkle has become well established the Botox can reduce but not lift out the crease. Fibroblast will remove the crease.