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I’m sure that by now you will have heard of plasma skin tightening and seen the amazing results it can give for reducing wrinkles and fine lines, as well as non-surgical upper eyelid lifting. But did you know that you can also use Plasma Fibroblast for Stretch Marks and Scars?

Here’s what you need to know before committing to Plasma Fibroblast for Stretch Marks and Scars.

It takes longer to heal

The skin on our face will heal relatively quickly compared to other parts of the body. Healthy skin will also heal much quicker than skin that has some form of previous trauma that results in scar tissue forming. This means that when using Plasma Fibroblast for Stretch Marks and scars we need to be patient and accept that the final results from the treatment will not be visible any earlier than 3 months or in some cases longer.

The area will be red and inflamed for longer than the face is following plasma fibroblast treatment.

The further the treatment area is from the heart, the longer it will take to heal. This lengthened healing process is also seen with other skin injuries and even tattoo removal, where you will need more treatments to remove a foot tattoo than an upper body tattoo.

The treated area will look red and angry for at least one week, maybe longer depending on your body’s immune system and healing process, as well as the intensity of the treatment.

You can only treat old scars and stretch marks 

The ideal scar or stretch marks for treatment are faded to a white color. If there is any redness or purple coloration to the skin, they are too new for treatment and you must give them more time to heal naturally.

If you treat skin that is still healing, you may be causing too much trauma to the new skin, and this could result in causing more scarring rather than being beneficial to the appearance of the skin.

You may need more than one treatment

While most scars and stretchmarks respond very well to fibroblast plasma treatment, there are some cases where we recommend treating the area with skin needling first. Some areas of scar tissue have reduced collagen or in the case of hypertrophic scarring, excess collagen giving the appearance of either a depression or a lump on the skin. In this case it is recommended to first treat the collagen issue before attempting to resurface the skin with plasma fibroblast.

Results are Permanent!

Yep that’s right! Any benefit you gain from this treatment will last for ever!

For the purpose of science, and sharing of information I have personally treated and tracked my own healing process below. I’ve treated both an old scar on my leg from a childhood injury as well as some stretch marks left over from puberty (thanks hormones!).

And here is the process from start to finish. These images are 100% unedited 🙂

Plasma Fibroblast for Stretch Marks
Plasma Fibroblast for Stretch Marks
Fibroblast Plasma Stretch Marks
Plasma Fibroblast Stretch Marks
Plasma Fibroblast for Stretch Marks

So as you can see from my documented process the healing takes significantly longer than plasma treatments that are performed on the face. The entire healing cycle took 48 days but there are visible improvements that – to me anyway, make the process worth it.

Remember: always choose a qualified plasma technician who is using quality equipment .

As this treatment area is so new to the market many therapists can buy a cheap plasma pen from eBay or alibaba and just start zapping without any training whatsoever.

Always ask your plasma tech about their training and ask them what brands of device they use, have they been cleared by the FDA, and are they willing to show you photos of the results of their work?

Not all skin types are suited to plasma treatments and not all scars and stretch marks are suitable for treatment either.

Aftercare is extremely important. You must use sun protection on the treated areas to protect the new skin from harmful UV rays which can cause the skin to become hyperpigmented for some people.

Plasma Fibroblast for Stretch Marks & Scars

 – treatment results take longer

 – only suitable for older scars and stretch marks

 – Aftercare UV protection is essential

 – Results are great and permanent!

 

I hope this article gave you some insight into the results we can achieve using plasma fibroblast to treat stretch marks and scars. Have you tried treating them in the past and what treatments have you found that work best? Let me know in the comments 🙂

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