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Tara Davies
Skin & Beauty Clinic

Skin Tightening Treatment

Plasma pen treatment is a non-surgical lift procedure giving the same results as traditional surgery. It is safe and bloodless, without the need for anesthetic A tiny plasma flash is administered to the skin in a micro-millimetre sized point. This superficial point minimises the skin in its immediate vicinity – which is intended to reduce the excess skin. Patients are able to notice results right away although it takes 12 weeks for full effect to be visible.

What does Plasma Treatment involve?

When activated, the machine creates plasma flash which travels from the tool’s tip to treated area. The tool itself never touches the skin however plasma flash creates a tiny dot upon the contact. Further points are applied creating a symmetrical grid over the treatment area. This in effect causes tightening of skin fibres. It is non-invasive treatment, no cuts to the skin or stitching is necessary and is completely bloodless and without unnecessary damages to surrounding tissues.

Does Plasma Treatment hurt?

Fibroblast is non-surgical treatment minimal discomfort reported by patients. Topical cream is applied to numb treated area prior to procedure.

What areas can be treated with Fibroblast Plasma?

Fibroblast plasma can be used for many different skin conditions. Eyelid tightening, body lifting, acne treatment, thread vein, scar correction and stretch marks. If you suffer from any of the above conditions but have hesitated with traditional surgical procedures, then non-invasive Fibroblast plasma treatment may be the right solution for you.

What results can I expect from Plasma Treatment?

After the procedure the treated area will look and feel a lot smoother and excess skin will be clearly reduced. 


What happens after treatment?

You can carry on with your day as normal, however it is very important to follow our after care recommendations. Carbon crusts CANNOT be scratched or removed. Drying skin by dabbing with a clean, lint-free cloth is allowed. Healing skin should be protected from direct sun with SPF50 cream. Sports, swimming and sauna are not permitted until crusts fall off. This should happen within 7 days of procedure.

What are the possible side effects of Fibroblast Plasma?

Fibroblast plasma is very safe and side-effects are rare but infection, scarring and temporary change of skin pigmentation may occur. Carbon crusts, a tiny superficial dots which form directly on the skin are part of normal healing process and when correctly treated with after-cream will cause no threat and fall off 5-7 days after treatment. Mild swelling is expected during first 3 days and usually entirely gone by day 5. Majority of our patients do not report any of those after a week.


Best beauty clinic I’ve ever been too!! Go to Tara once a month for my nails & honesty wouldn’t go anywhere else, fantastic job every time & Tara is just lovely! Highly recommend X

- Kayleigh

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