3 Week Fibroblast Update And Why I Don’t Recommend It #fibroblast

by: Consistently Inconsistent     Published on: 16 June 2019

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#fibroblast #plasmafibroblast #athomefibroblastSorry for taking so long to do an update but I wanted to heal as much as possible before giving my personal opinion and experience on my plasma fibroblast treatment Fibroblast is the only cosmetic treatment to use plasma to reduce the volume of excess skin. Low risk, minimal downtime and more affordable than surgery. Fibroblast Treatment is known for it's success with Non Surgical Eye Lifts, Tummy Tightening, Neck Tightening and so much more.Prohibited in CanadaHealth Canada has released a consumer advisory regarding the use of plasma pens, also known as fibroblast devices. Plasma pens are hand-held devices that heat and burn the skin using focused electricity on the skin surface. They are used for cosmetic skin treatments such as eyelid lifts, wrinkle reduction, and removal of moles, skin tags, scars, and spots. Plasma pens have not been approved for sale in Canada, which means that they have not been evaluated for safety. However, they are being used in personal services settings and sold to consumers online and through esthetician training courses.It is recommended that consumers avoid the use of plasma pens/fibroblast devices that may be offered at spas, cosmetic clinics, or any other location including private homes. Possible side effects of this procedure include pain and swelling of the treated area, redness, sagging skin, hyperpigmentation (spots), ultraviolet sensitivity, skin peeling, and skin crusting. These side effects can happen even when the device is used properly. If used improperly, other risks include:Skin punctures with the needle tipSevere burns caused by overuse or prolonged useBurns to the eyesComplications from burns such as infection and permanent scarring.Health Canada has contacted companies who are selling these unauthorized plasma pens to inform them that it is illegal to advertise, import for sale, or sell these devices without the proper approvals and licensing. Health Canada has also contacted spas and estheticians to inform them of the licensing requirements and risks associated with the use of plasma pens