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Fibroblast Plasma Pen Treatment

Fibroblast Plasma Pen Treatment

Not time to go under the knife? Or maybe you’ve just got some small problem areas that you’d like addressed.  Plasma Pen Treatment can treat a lot of different skin conditions but is predominantly used to rejuvenate skin. Perfect for crepey skin that requires tightening or to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.  Lifting and rejuvenating areas such as the upper & lower eyelids, brow lift, jowl lift & neck lift.

Fibroblast Plasma Pen treatment

How does a Plasma Pen Treatment work?

Plasma Pens work by creating a controlled thermal trauma that triggers collagen contraction and stimulates fibroblast synthesis which produces collagen and elastin in the area.

How much does Plasma Pen Treatment cost?

AREAPER TREATMENT2 TREATMENT BUNDLE WITH PREP/CARE PACK
Upper Eyelid$499$1030
Lower Eye$499$1030
Crows Feet$249$580
Frown Lines$199$490
Forehead Lines$199$490
Top Lip$199$490
Bottom Lip$199$490
Nasolabial Lines$249$580
Marionette Lines$249$580
Jowl Lift$299$670
Neck Lift$699$1390
Lower Belly$349$760
Full Belly (A4 size)$699$1390

Stretch Marks, Scars, Skin tags/lesions from $60 per area

What is the downtime?

There is roughly a minimum of 10 days downtime with this treatment where small dots will be visible.

Can I have numbing?

Yes, and as we have Doctors and Nurses on site, we are able to prescribe a medical grade numbing solution for you to ensure your comfort level is the best it can be.

What are the contraindications?

Contraindications to this treatment are as follows:

  • History of PIH
  • History of keloid scarring
  • Skin tones above Fitz III (eg. medium + skin tones are not suitable, check with your therapist before commencing treatment)
  • Metal plates in the area
  • Open wounds in the area
  • Certain medications
  • Pregnancy & Breastfeeding
  • Herpes
  • Autoimmune disorders
  • Active infections
  • Anti-coagulant medication or conditions
  • Vitiligo
  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Poor healing disorders
  • UV exposure in the last 4 weeks
  • Prescription exfoliants in the last 2 weeks
  • Severe or cystic acne
  • Cosmetic injectables or resurfacing treatments in the last 2-4 weeks
  • Glaucoma
  • Melasma
  • Photosensitising medications

How do I book?

You can book online, use our contact form or call/TXT Capalaba clinic on 0437 372 764 or Aspley clinic on 0466 470 580.