Fibroblasting is a non-surgical treatment designed to tighten and lift the skin. The term “Soft Surgery” is used to describe Fibroblast treatments because it delivers results similar to surgery, with no scalpel, sutures, or bandages and minimal downtime. A minimally invasive procedure with a much lower risk and a more affordable price compared to surgery.

A handheld device works by utilizing the voltage in the air between its tip and our skin to form a plasma charge. When electricity ionizes the oxygen and nitrogen in the air creating an electrical arc. When the electrical arch touches the skin’s surface a superficial carbon crust (dots) is formed and sublimation occurs. The heat expands pores and penetrates into the epidermis down to the papillary layer, which contains fibroblast cells. This controlled damage to the skin causes fibroblast cells to reproduce collagen and elastin resulting in smoother tighter skin.

Consultation is Required


• Non-Invasive, no Intravenous anesthetic required
• No cutting of the skin
• No sutures
• Minimal risk
• Minimal side effects and shorter recovery time
• Induces reproduction of collagen
• Immediate visible results

General Contraindications:

• If you are prone to keloid scars
• No allergies to lidocaine which is used to numb the treatment area
• Uncontrolled diabetes or poor wound healing, Autoimmune disorder such as Lupus,
MS, healing disorders, and lymphatic drainage issues
• Psoriasis, Vitiligo, Rosacea
• History of hypopigmentation or hyperpigmentation
• If you have a Pacemaker/Defibrillator
• History of cancer or have had chemotherapy in the past 5 years
• If you are taking blood thinners
• If you are pregnant
• If you are breastfeeding, you must wait 6 months post breastfeeding to have a
treatment (due to higher risk of hyperpigmentation from increased hormone levels)
• This treatment is only recommended on light-medium skin tones. It is not
recommended on anyone with skin tone 4 or darker on the Fitzpatrick scale.
• You must not display HerpesSimplex Virus (Cold Sores/Fever blisters) You must reschedule
you're appt if you are experiencing an outbreak. You have experienced Herpes Simplex in the past you must see your doctor & obtain a prescription for Valtrex & begin taking it 3
days before treatment and for 4 days following.

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