Plasma Lift Skin Tightening Specialist

In the privacy & comfort of your own home by Melissa Greene


What is Plasma Lift Skin Tightening?

Plasma Lift (also known as Fibroblast) — a revolutionary procedure and brand new to the United States, that tightens and lifts the skin, face, and parts of body with instant results! It is highly effective and a remarkable holistic alternative to traditional laser and standard cosmetic surgery. Invented in Italy by Plastic Surgeon Dr. Fippi, this procedure has been safely performed for many years in Europe and North America and often referred to as “soft surgery,” as results are long lasting and often comparable to traditional cosmetic surgery.

 During the procedure, a tiny plasma flash also referred to as an electrical arc, is being discharged from the tip of the Fibroblast handpiece. The tool itself never touches the skin; however, plasma flash creates a tiny dot upon the contact. There are no cuts, no blood. This innovative technology uses the sublimation process, turning solid directly to gas to tighten skin tissue.

They have targeted tissue sublimate, causing no damage to surrounding areas or deeper skin layers. Further points are applied to create a symmetrical grid over the treatment area. Effects are noticeable right away by making the skin to stretch. Full results become visible after 2-4 weeks. A patient will have a downtime of 7 days. However, you can resume regular activities right away with minimal discomfort.​

Fibroblast Skin Tightening is virtually painless and doesn’t require anesthesia. Numbing cream is used to minimize discomfort during the procedure. Side effects are minimal, and complications rare. Carbon crusts, tiny superficial dots that form directly on the skin are part of the normal healing process. Correctly treated with after-cream will cause no threat and fall off 5-7 days after treatment.

After-care instructions will be given to a patient following the procedure. It is very important to adhere to our after-care advice.


Plasma Lift vs. Surgery

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