Plasma Fibroblast Experience at Home

Plasma Fibroblast

Plasma Fibroblasting.

What is it? When should I do it? How long does it take? As explained in my Plasma Fibroblast 101 post (linked here and below), fibroblasting offers an alternative to surgical, injection, or laser procedures. It helps tighten and lift loose skin through a rejuvenating process. The plamere pen works by creating a plasma arc that zaps your skin. Your body then sends signals to decrease inflammation by producing elastin and collagen to repair the trauma. As you probably noticed, burning holes onto your face through plasma fibroblast can be pretty painful. Even though this is necessary to promote controlled trauma, I would definitely recommend numbing and caring gently for your face post-treatment. As your face heals and begins to scab you might wonder how long until you start seeing results. I know I felt a little crazy going out into public, but I think the long-term results of plasma fibroblast treatment will be worth it.

 

Here are the products I used:

Active Face Repair Mist https://amzn.to/34z5vRp

OleHenrikson Serum https://amzn.to/3Lb0VJJ

Glo Skin Beauty Sunscreen https://amzn.to/3gFA36R

 

Check out some more posts!

DIY PLASMA LIFT FIBROBLAST DEMO

PLASMA FIBROBLAST 101

 

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