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How long does fibroblast last for?

by Customer SupportMar 11,2022Plasma Pen™ Advice

As the health and beauty industry continues to offer us more solutions when it comes to maintaining a youthful appearance, we look into some of the new technologies that have great potential.

Plasma Fibroblast is just one of those forward-thinking solutions. Using the highly renowned Plasma Pen combined with intensive training procedures followed by those who administer it, Fibroblast is fast becoming the number one technique for those looking for a quick anti-ageing fix. It’s not surprising – the non-invasive treatment offers results that can last up to 3 years!

If you’re intrigued by this revolutionary technique and want to find out how long Fibroblast lasts, read on!

How long do most invasive procedures last for?

Alongside fibroblast, there are plenty of invasive procedures that many individuals have opted for in the past. The effects of many anti-ageing treatments don’t last very long, despite their invasive techniques.


Botox is where injectable toxins are inserted into specific areas of the face, with the intention of paralysing the muscles so they can’t move to create wrinkles. Botox lasts around 3 or 4 months, so it’s not a permanent fix.

Facelift & necklift

A facelift is a surgical procedure where the patient is placed under general anaesthesia so the treatment can be done. The skin and fat on the face is then carefully redistributed and sculpted to tighten the appearance of the individual and smooth out wrinkles. This treatment is not limited to just the face, and it may be recommended that a neck lift is also carried out for the best results.

The results of these highly invasive and painful surgeries can last up to 10 years with perfect aftercare. However, recovery time usually takes 4 weeks. During this time you can experience heavy bruising, swelling, pain, and even more severe side effects like chest pain and heart irregularities.

Dermabrasion & microdermabrasion

Dermabrasion involves using a tool that quickly sands off layers of the skin. Almost like an industrial version of exfoliation, this leaves you with red raw skin that over time, can appear more youthful. However, this invasive procedure is literally removing your skin in order to achieve this. You’ll have to practice strict aftercare routines and avoid sun, certain products, and much more. Your skin may also feel as though it is burning and can crust over as the new skin forms.

This treatment isn’t without pain or downtime – it takes 3 months for the skin to heal over after dermabrasion procedures! While the removal of scars and other imperfections can be permanent, the overall treatment is expected to last around a month. This depends on how well you avoid the sun, smoking, and other external factors that can age the skin.

Dermal fillers

Dermal fillers are injected into the face to fill out wrinkles, enhance the appearance of lip volume, and to help sculpt the face. Many dermal fillers use hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance found in the body. Despite their popularity, dermal fillers can cause plenty of serious side effects – as it is an invasive procedure. These may include allergic reactions, infections, swelling, and even the severe risk of the substance being injected into the blood vessel by an untrained practitioner or simply, bad luck. Dermal fillers can last 6 – 18 months when cared for properly after the procedure, so this is not a permanent beauty treatment.

Chemical peels

Chemical peels involve applying a chemical solution to the face, hands, or neck, to improve the softness of skin and reduce wrinkles or scars. This resurfaces the skin so it grows back looking healthier and more youthful. Chemical peels do have risks, including the risk of infection, scarring, scabbing, and hyperpigmentation (discoloured skin). New skin takes 2 weeks to grow back over after the chemical peel, and your skin will look red for that time. It will also be extremely vulnerable if exposed to sunlight! The results of a chemical peel usually last for 1 – 2 months after a procedure.

It goes without saying as these new, more innovative treatments such as Fibroblast surface, that these highly invasive procedures may have only been preferred due to the previous lack of non-invasive procedures.

How long does Fibroblast non-invasive treatment last for?

Fibroblast is preferred by plenty of customers due to its long-lasting impact. Treatments can last up to 3 years with the right aftercare.

Discuss how long Fibroblast non-invasive treatment lasts for and create comparison with alternative methods.

Why should you choose Fibroblast treatment?

Fibroblast treatments aren’t only favoured for their ability to deliver long-lasting, non-invasive results. There are many other benefits to choosing Fibroblast instead of other treatments. Here are just a few of them.

Quick results

With the Fibroblast treatment, you can expect quickly visible results that you can continue to enjoy for up to 3 years. The initial results from the procedure should be immediate, and the level of collagen production in your skin also continues to increase over the next 3 months. This means that results are immediate yet also ongoing, so you can find that bit of excitement as you notice your skin continues to improve over time.

Minimal downtime

The downtime associated with Fibroblast Plasma Pen treatments is relatively short when we consider its impressively long-lasting results! You can also speed up the rate with which your Fibroblast treated skin recovers by carefully applying certain techniques and following the aftercare instructions to a T.

Cost effective

Fibroblast treatments are highly cost effective. Since the results from a session with the Plasma Pen can last up to 3 years, there’s not so much demand to have treatments re-done – and to have to pay the price! Due to the minimal downtime too, you won’t need to take time off work or lose income due to the treatment.

Specialist treatment providers

Each Fibroblast specialist is heavily trained and supervised as they perfect their Plasma Pen techniques. Led by Louise Walsh International, each trainee is highly skilled in delivering these renowned treatments. This ensures you’re getting reliable quality every time, as opposed to some of the other anti-ageing treatments out there that can be practiced or implemented by almost anyone!

High quality aftercare

We provide each client with a detailed aftercare guide that outlines exactly what they should and shouldn’t do following their Fibroblast procedure.

No general anaesthetic

Many are nervous about ‘going under’ for aesthetic treatments. With regards to the Fibroblast procedure, it’s simply unnecessary. The Plasma Pen is not a painful experience when compared with other techniques.

Low risk!

Without being put under general anesthetic, each Fibroblast treatment is low risk to begin with. General anaesthetic can come with an array of potential problems. These can range from allergies, to damage to the mouth and teeth; to side effects including nausea, memory loss, and even bladder problems.

If reading about the benefits of Fibroblast treatments has inspired you to move forward with one of our exceptional procedures, we’re always here to help find the ideal solution for your needs. Get in touch with our team on 01704 579 800 – or alternatively, fill out the contact form on our site. We’ll put you in touch with some of our leading Plasma Pen practitioners so you can begin your own Fibroblast journey.

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