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Plasma Fibroblast

Providing that all aftercare instructions are followed results for this treatment will take a full 8-12 weeks to see final effect. ​Although most clients are satisfied with just one treatment, advanced concerns may require 2 or more sessions. Follow up treatments can be scheduled after 8-12 weeks of healing. 

After Care Instructions:

Like most skin rejuvenation treatments, there may be some side-effects and post-treatment recovery following the Plasma Fibroblast treatment. For optimal results and to protect your investment in Plasma Fibroblast, it is important to carefully follow aftercare guidelines. For most guests, Plasma Pen treatment is virtually pain-free to moderately uncomfortable or sensitive depending upon the area(s) being treated (especially eyelid procedures where skin is at its thinnest). 


  • SWELLING. Minor swelling, tightness, slight weeping and red or pinkness in the treatment area(s) is normal and typically will settle by 3-days post-treatment.​ Apply  sanitized cold compress over a clean paper towel up to 4 times the first hour to minimize the heat in the skin. The swelling is a natural and necessary response so after the first hour, allow your body to naturally reduce swelling. By doing this we will allow our body to enter the inflammatory stage in wound recovery in which the body will produce fibroblast for wound healing.


  • Be aware that the first 12 hours area risk period for infection so, please keep your hands clean and avoid touching treatment area.

  • You may experience "stinging" sensation in the treatment area(s) similar to a sunburn. This is normal and typically resolves completely within an 1-3 days.


  • Mist treated area lightly using the Silver Spray up to 3-4 times a day. You may use this to help alleviate itching and stinging. This spray can be used during the entire treatment process but is most essential during the first 24 hours.

  • For treatments on the face and neck (especially eyes), It is recommended that you sleep on your back with your head elevated following Plasma Fibroblast treatment. Elevating your head and neck will help with blood flood and minimize excess swelling. Be sure to use a clean pillow case to avoid bacteria transfer on freshly treated skin.


  • CLEANSING SKIN. After the first 24 hrs,  you may begin to cleanse as you normally would 2 times a day. Using your hands only, lightly dab the creamy Pomegranate Antioxidant cleanser on to treatment area. Using wet hands, gently wipe product off.  Pat dry with a clean towel. Make sure you do not rub, scrub or irritate your skin in anyway while healing.

  • PROTECTING THE SKIN. After cleansing skin, lightly dab a fine layer of Cell Protection Balm 2-3 times per day to treated areas to maintain continuous layer on skin. Be sure to thoroughly wash your hands prior to touching your face. It is recommended you use this through entire healing process or minimum 2-3 weeks.

  • HEALING SUPPORT. Continue to use your Fibroblast Collodial Spray throughout the day until carbon crust have fallen off. 

  • SHOWERS. For the next 3-4 days, shower only using tepid water. Make sure not to let the shampoo or hair products get on your face as this may cause irritation and/or increased inflammation. 


  • You may begin to apply SPF or 30 or higher. However continue to avoid direct sunlight for the next 2-3 weeks

After Care Dont's:

  • DO NOT cover the treatment area(s) with occlusive dressing, plasters, or patches during the first 4-5 days.

  • DO NOT wear contacts for 72-hours post-treatment if you've had Plasma Fibroblast treatment on upper or lower eyelids.

  • MEDICATIONS. No antihistamines or anti-inflammatories such as: Benadryl, Ibuprofen, or Advil. This will affect inflammatory stage mentioned above. After Day 4, you may take medication as directed by a physician if inflammation persists.

  • DO NOT apply ANY other creams, ointments or products of any kind on face until carbon crust have fallen.

  • DO NOT PICK SCABS OFF. When healed the scabs will natural fall on their own. By picking scabs too early, you may increase risk of infection and scarring. 

  • DO NOT apply any make-up (even mineral) for the first 4 days or until the scabbing/peeling is complete (about 7-10 days).

  • For 48-hours post-treatment  avoid exposure to heat/steam/sweat (ex. exercise, sauna, hot showers, hot tub) as this may intensify any inflammation.  

  • AVOID smoking and alcohol.

  • AVOID shaving in treatment are(s) until fully healed (approximately 7 days). 

  • AVOID products that contain glycolic, salicylic, retinoic, retinoids, AHA and similar for at least 21-days post-treatment. ​

  • DO NOT have other treatments in treatment area(s) while the skin heals. 8-12 weeks.

  • DO NOT wax treatment area(s) for at least 3 weeks post-treatment.




Typical Course by Days:

Day 0: 

The Day of procedure, you may feel numb in the area if you had numbing cream. This is normal and will resolve within a few hours. Your skin will feel swollen and uncomfortable, similar to a sunburn.


Day 1: 

Often after the eyes are treated, the patient will wake up with significant swelling the next morning. Swelling over the next few days will be worse in the mornings and will resolve over the day. There may be so much swelling that you have difficulty opening your eyes the first morning. The swelling peaks from 24-48 hours, so this is the worst of it. The swelling may spread to areas that weren’t treated (especially around the eyes). It is normal for skin to feel “sunburned” or “tight”.


Day 2: 

Your swelling may be slightly better this morning or may not. If not, it will probably improve throughout the day. The dots may have formed a scab by now. Do not pick the scabs. There should be minimal discomfort and there may be some itch. Don’t scratch.


Day 3: 

Swelling should be improving today and for some completely gone. Carbon crust may also begin to feel itchy. Remember NOT to pick at carbon crust and allow them to naturally fall off. Itching is considered normal due the the stimulation of skin healing. Misting the skin with the Silver Spray can help to alleviate itch temporarily.

Day 4:

Scabs are still present and visible. For the next following days, the scabs will begin to fall off at different times. The scabs will usually start coming off at day 5-7.

After ALL Scabs have fallen off ( 5-7 days) :

  • You may find that an increased sensitivity or irritation to anything that comes in contact with your skin.

  • Your new skin will be sensitive to UV rays, so keep up with your sunscreen on a daily basis.

  • It is normal for skin to appear pink where the scabs have come off

  • You can resume use of regular cleansers/ moisturizers as advised.

  • A small breakout is possible and is usually self limiting

  • You may begin wearing makeup again as soon as all scabs have fallen

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