Fibroblast Plasma is creating a controlled burn to the skin by strategically placing carbon dots that shed in 7-10 days, and skin internally heals for 12 weeks. You cannot go in the sun for 3 months.
When we are creating a burn to the epidermis, we heat up the dermis to stimulate collagen production.
Fibroblast Plasma is typically one treatment with downtime. Numbing and strict aftercare must be followed.
Jet Plasma uses a cooler atmospheric plasma (CAP)
So does not create surface trauma like traditional fibroblast plasma.
This extremely powerful device penetrates 13,000 volts of plasma through the epidermis, into the dermal and subcutaneous layers of the skin stimulating high levels of collagen and remodeling the cellular structure from the inside out. When Jet plasma is mixed with oxide-oxygen, ozone plasma is created which kills surface bacteria and is anti-inflammatory to aid in calming keratosis, eczema, and rosacea.
Plasma is generated in the form of gas like J plasma utilizing a cooler temperature gas to shrink and tighten whereas fibroblast uses a higher temperature creating surface trauma. Our device is 13,000 volts, J Plasma surgeons use is 17-18,000 volts
Plasma is easily influenced by electromagnetic fields in a way that neutral gases are not. J-Plasma uses
helium gas that converts to Plasma and is passed across an
energized electrode. This creates a
focused stream of low-current cold plasma, which can be used to tighten skin. Cold atmospheric plasma (CAP) is well-documented within the medical community for its power to
destroy bacterial cells.
Jet plasma is used to treat sagging skin due to loss of elasticity, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation/melasma, scarring, active acne, and hair loss.
Jet plasma requires a series of 3/6/8 sessions which take 15-20 min. No numbing is required.
Discount if you pre-purchase a package