Fibroblast is a non-surgical non-invasive treatment that shrinks excess skin. It is revolutionary in wrinkle smoothing and eyelid tightening, dramatically reducing hooded eyelids. In one treatment, the skin is instantly tightened and you’re left with a permanent bright eyed and youthful look. It tightens and lifts the skin around the eye area, non-laser, natural rejuvenation with instant results. This treatment is, also used for lines, wrinkles, upper lip and neck area as well as frown lines. Fibroblast is a revolutionary facelift procedure that requires no surgery. It tightens and lifts the skin with instant results!
How Does It Work?
The Dermalsthetics Fibroblast hand-piece produces a tiny plasma flash which leaps from tip to the skin in a micro-millimetre sized point. This superficial point minimises the skin in its immediate vicinity - which reduces the excess skin, tightening the lid / under eye area. A series of tiny brown spots are strategically placed to attain the desired result for the excess skin. The skin around the spot tightens pulling the cells closer together. It's the only treatment to successfully reduce the excess skin.
What are the Results?
Eyelids feel lighter, with the heavy lid massively reduced. The eyelids are also smoother, without excess folds of skin. The application of make-up is easier and has increased longevity!
Is Fibroblast painful?
None of our clients consider the treatment to be painful, as an anesthetic is applied before treatment.
Are there any side effects?
Immediately after treatment the area may be red. 1-2 days after the treatment, swelling may occur. After 5-7 days, the sloughing of the wound healing process has disappeared. Slight redness is no longer visible after 3 weeks at the latest.
How long does each treatment session take?
A session lasts around 30 minutes with instant results.
Is the treatment permanent?
Yes. Once the skin fibres are shortened, the effects are permanent.
Immediately after treatment, there may be a burning sensation. This will usually resolve during the remainder of the day although if it is particularly uncomfortable or persists for a longer period, then an anti-inflammatory medication such as ibuprofen can be taken. Following treatment, it is normal to have some swelling. This can be significant around the eyes and can last for several days and may lead to interference with vision in the initial period. Cold compresses may be applied to reduce the swelling. If the swelling is more severe, an anti-inflammatory medication and/or anti-histamine may help alleviate the swelling. Crusting will usually develop over the treated area, his will often initially be brown or black on the surface of the skin and flake off over the following days. It may take over 2 weeks to completely disappear. It is essential to not pick at this crusting as this may lead to infection or scarring. Occasionally the treated area may become a little weepy, this is part of the normal healing process and will improve with time. However, if it starts to become hot or red or if there is any pus present, then please contact the clinic for advice as this may suggest an infection has developed. It is essential to keep the treatment area clean, dry and protected with a broad spectrum sunscreen. Do not use alcohol based cleansers.