So you decided to jump into the world of plasma fibroblast. Now what? There are hundreds of different types of pens, so which one is the best? As explained in my Fibroblast 101 post, cheaper versions of these pens do not create plasma. Instead, they generate an electrical arc. Supposedly, this technique works the same, but is it worth the risk? Using a simple piece of chicken, we will test the four plasma pens I own to determine the most effective and safe treatment. As the skincare industry progresses towards new treatments, it’s important to understand how they work and which is best for you. Since everyone’s skin is so different, it’s important you pick which plasma pen will work best for YOUR skin. I’ll also go over some helpful tips on deciding which tip to use, skin treatment beforehand, and more.
Which Pens Will I be Using?
Plaxage Plasma Fibroblast Pen
- Even though I have this pen and love the variety of different features it has. I have not been able to get it to fire and have never used it.
Plamere Pen https://amzn.to/3oktue3
- This is the first pen I had experienced plasma fibroblast with. It retails from about $1000 to $1250.
- This pen retails around $900, but can be found discounted in the app,
4th Generation Plasma Pen
- By far the least expensive option, the 4th generation Plasma Pen could be a great option for your body.
Other products used:
Ilia Super Serum Skin Tint https://amzn.to/3upDAy1
Numbing Cream http://www.fillerhouse.com?ref=3&4048:34743 (Use the promo code KAOS12 to SAVE 12%)
JOIN THE APP!
Joining the app allows you to buy these pens at a discounted rate! And join a community that can help answer your questions and give you a better understanding of what’s best for you.