Fibroblast Plasma

The latest and fastest growing cosmetic treatment available, training in fibroblast plasma treatments opens the door to a new revenue stream for existing practitioners, or even a brand new career for aspiring aestheticians.

Approved training courses

A new treatment for tightening loose skin, particularly on the face, fibroblast plasma treatments are a non-invasive skin enhancement procedure. Whereas previously available options involved surgery, fibroblast is a great alternative that requires less downtime yet produces great results for men and women.

There is a number of fibroblast training courses now available. At Team Micro we list the best courses that are backed by reputable providers.

In the right hands, plasma treatments offer fast results that last up to 3 years. Often referred to as a non-surgical blepharoplasty, the most common use of fibroblast is around the eye area, combating eye bags and hooded eyelids. However fibroblast is also used on other areas of the body such as the forehead, cheeks and neck to tighten loose skin and improve its appearance.

Fibroblast does not cause undue discomfort and doesn’t usually require anaesthesia although this can be used if required. Side effects are minimal and complications rare. Carbon crusts, tiny superficial dots which form directly on the skin are part of normal healing process.

In most cases the clients appearance should return to normal after 5-7 days, however longer recovery periods are sometimes seen when services are delivered by poorly trained technicians, or through the use of cheap and inferior equipment.

Although the content of each plasma training course varies from the next, most programs include general health and safety information and also discuss contraindications. Also expect teachings around the anatomy of the skin, the consultation process, suitable treatment areas and aftercare considerations.