Along with reducing fine lines and wrinkles, this advanced procedure helps your skin to revive natural levels of the collagen, hyaluronic acid, and fibronectin essential for fresh, youthful skin.


Known for its success with non-surgical eye lift, scar lifting treatments, wrinkle reduction, tummy tightening and so much more, it is the only non-invasive cosmetic treatment to use electrical arcing to eliminate excess skin, giving you a plasma facelift and neck lift. 


The extremely accurate device works by utilizing the voltage in the air between its metal tip and the skin (targeting only the epidermis layer). An electrical arc is created and instantly shrinks the targeted skin. The tissue retraction and tightening gives results that are comparable to invasive surgery by physically reducing the volume of skin in the surrounding area. The skin around the spot tightens instantly, pulling the cells closer together.



  • No cutting of skin

  • No stitches required

  • Very low risk procedure

  • Minimal side effects and far less downtime

  • Quick & easy procedure

  • No risk of blindness as there is with surgery

  • No thinning of the skin

  • Significant cost saving


  • Surgical Blepharoplasty

  • Wrinkle Reduction

  • Senile Angiomas

  • Flat Warts

  • Telangiectasia

  • Soft Fibroids

  • Genital Warts

  • Common Warts

  • Skin Tightening

  • Skin Tags

  • Seborrheic Warts

  • Angiokeratomas

  • Xanthelasma

  • Seborrheic Keratosis

  • Keratosis Actinica

  • Capillary Nevi

  • Lentigos

  • Keratoacanthomas

  • Molluscum Contagiosum

  • Filiform Warts

  • Nevus Araneus

  • Keratosis

  • Melasma

  • Scar Correction



Fibroblast Plasma Skin Tightening is more than a simple skin tightening treatment, so the effects should last as long as they would with invasive surgery.


Like all surgical and cosmetic procedures, the effects of Fibroblast Treatment are not entirely permanent, as it does not stop further aging. 


The positive effects of the procedure will be noticeable immediately after the first treatment, but the best results will be seen by the 8th to 12th week as the skin has had time to go through a full regenerative cycle.


This is dependent on age and each individual’s overall healing abilities, on the specific area being treated, the skin’s elasticity, and individual response to treatment. Additionally, there are lifestyle factors that can prevent the result from lasting as long as they can, such as smoking, alcohol consumption, and prolonged sun exposure.


For some, an additional treatment may be required after 8 weeks for maximum results. Those planning on treatment should also be aware that their race and genetics can also have an effect of the length of beneficial effects.


Plasma Skin Tightening treatment is not suitable for everyone. There are risks associated with the treatment and it is of the utmost importance to know if you are a candidate for this advanced procedure. If you are considering Plasma Skin Tightening, you should be in good health at the time of the appointment, with no pre-existing health conditions. Ideal candidates for this cosmetic procedure are those with lax, crepe-like skin around the eyes, neck, tummy, mouth, or targeted area for the treatment.


Fibroblast Plasma Skin Tightening is inadvisable for the following:​

  • This treatment is only recommended on light-medium skin tones . Anyone with a darker complexion is at risk for hyperpigmentation

  • You must not display Herpes Simplex Virus (Cold sores/Fever blisters). You must reschedule your appointment if you are experiencing an outbreak. If they have experienced Herpes Simplex Virus (cold sores/fever blisters) in the past you must see your Medical Doctor and obtain a prescription for Valtrex and begin taking it 3 days before treatment and for 4 days following treatment.

  • Current or history of cancer, especially malignant melanoma or recurrent non-melanoma skin cancer, or precancerous lesions or after recovery from cancer till off medication for 6 months and have GP approval prior to commencing treatment

  • Any active infection

  • Diseases such as a history of recurrent Herpes Simplex, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus or Porphyria

  • Use of photosensitive medication, and/or herbs that may cause sensitivity to such as, tetracycline or St. John’s Wart

  • Immunosuppressive diseases including AIDS and HIV infection or use of immunosuppressive medications

  • Diabetes unless under control

  • History of bleeding coagulopathies or use of anticoagulants

  • History of keloid scarring

  • A history of heart disease (Angina, heart pacemaker, taking anticoagulant drugs)

  • History of bleeding coagulopathies or use of anticoagulants

  • Use of oral or topical Accutane or Retin A, vitamin A or other such products in the previous 3 months for the treatment of acne or other dermatological conditions

  • Surgery in the past 6 months

  • Alcohol or Drug Abuse

  • Breast feeding

  • Cuts and abrasions

  • Deep bruising

  • Fever

  • High or low blood pressure

  • Immediately after pregnancy

  • Liver disease and/or any medication that affects the liver function

  • Metal implants/plates or pins

  • Open wounds/ulcers/sores (on treatment area)

  • On regular prescription medication - requires GP approval

  • Pacemaker fitted

  • Phlebitis

  • Poor circulation (blood and lymph)

  • Pregnancy

  • Recent scarring to treatment area

  • Skin disorders

  • Thrombosis

  • Thyroid disease or other hormonal disorders

  • Under 18 years of age


This treatment is only recommended on light-medium skin tones . 1-4 on Fitzpatrick Scale.

Anyone with a darker complexion is at risk for hyperpigmentation & undesired results.



  • If you are displaying signs of cold or flu the treatment should be rescheduled.

  • Contact lenses must be removed when performing treatment on the upper eyelids.

  • Skin should not be inflamed in the area we are treating prior to procedure.

  • If you have a sunburn/suntan treatment should be postponed for up to 8 weeks or until tan/burn signs disappear.

  • Discontinue use of any AHA and/or Retinol skincare products for 4 weeks prior to treatment.

  • Upper or lower eyelid treatment MUST have eyelash extensions removed prior to treatment and reapplied after 8 weeks.

  • Discontinue use of any cleaners, creams, and serums containing acids such as salicylic, glycolic, and lactic 4 weeks prior to having any facial Fibroblast Plasma Skin Tightening procedures performed.


Keep the area clean to avoid infections until the scabs have formed and exfoliated on their own. Follow the aftercare instructions exactly as written to ensure the best possible healed outcome.


  • Ice the treated area (use a clean towel to cover the ice pack) alternating 10 minutes on and 10 minutes off, for up to one hour for the first 2 days.

  • Keep the treated area clean using a mild unscented soap twice a day (morning and night).

  • Very gently clean with soap, rinse very thoroughly and gently splash the area with cool water. Use very mild gentle pressure to clean skin.

  • Gently apply your aftercare product (using only clean cotton swab) to the treated area as needed to relieve pain/itching each day until scabs fall off on their own.

  • IMPORTANT!!! Allow the scabs to come off on their own. This will ensure the best possible healed result and avoid scarring and infection.

  • Be patient with the process and allow yourself time to rest and heal.

  • Avoid sun exposure and tanning beds – Once the scabbing/peeling process is complete, always apply a broad spectrum sunblock to the treated area for a minimum of 3 months after your last treatment. The skin is still healing and can easily become damaged by the UV rays causing hyperpigmentation. 


  • Do not pick the scabs. Let them fall off by themselves or you risk scarring and infection.

  • Do not apply any makeup (even mineral) for the first 4 days or until the scabbing or peeling is complete (about 7-10 days).

  • Do not apply any plasters or occlusive dressing on the treated areas as doing so can delay the natural healing process.

  • Do not work out, swim, get in a hot tub or steam bath (avoid sweating and soaking scabs).



Swelling is to be expected after this type of treatment. This is due to the fact that the area will be recovering from a deliberate controlled wound, therefore the natural side effect is swelling. There are steps you can take to minimize the swelling but it cannot be avoided. You can’t avoid or cure the swelling – it is a response to the trauma. The swelling will subside in a matter of days.

For 12 Hours After Treatment

  • No Makeup

  • No Sweating

  • Limit Salty Food

For 48 Hours After Treatment

  • No Sauna

  • No Sunbeds

  • No Sun Exposure

  • No Botox, Collagen Injections or Dermal Fillers

For 1 Week After Treatment

  • No Swimming

  • Do Not Use Anti-Aging Creams

  • Do Not Use AHA’s, Glycolic or Retinol

  • Do Not Use Exfoliating Products

At All Times During a Course of Treatment

  • A minimum of SPF15 must be applied and exposure to the sun should be avoided

  • Regular moisturizing with hyaluronic acid is vital to replenish moisture and prevent the skin from becoming dry and peeling


Day 1: 

Try to lay propped up with pillows. Do not lay completely horizontal.  Weeping from the treated area is normal as well as some pain and discomfort.  The swelling will likely be worse in the mornings and lessen towards the evening. You may find it difficult to open your eyes in the morning following the treatment however, it will subside throughout the day. It will feel like a bad sunburn.


Day 2: 

The swelling typically peaks by day 2.  Do not be surprised if the swelling is worse on the 2nd day. Remember: swelling is worse in the mornings and lessens throughout the day. Swelling can also spread to the under eye area DON’T PANIC this is perfectly normal. The upper and lower eye are all connected therefore the fluids from the upper eye will drain to the lower eye area. This too shall pass. Discomfort and pain are still present and to be expected on the second day.

Day 3: 

You will notice an improvement in the swelling and the “dots” will start to crust/scab over. The scabs must not be picked, allow them to fall off on their own. Your level of discomfort will have subsided dramatically. Minimal pain expected for the 3rd day.  For those who experienced the under eye swelling, this will still be present.

Day 4: 

Some mild residual swelling may still be present on the upper eyelids. No more pain or discomfort should be felt.


Day 5: 

Swelling should be complete and scabs may still be present. The under eye swelling should be almost completely resolved by this point if not gone.


When can I resume regular AHA skin cleansing which includes cleaners, creams and serums containing acids such as salicylic, glycolic, lactic, etc.?  

It is safe to reintroduce these types of products at 8 weeks post treatment.​