Fibroblast - revolutionary lifting treatment

What Exactly is Fibroblast?

It is a non-surgical, non-invasive treatment that is designed to tighten and lift the skin, shrinking excess skin, crow’s feet, bags and wrinkles. It is known to be radical in wrinkle smoothing and eyelid tightening, reducing hooded eyelids. The machine used produces a tiny plasma flash which leaps from tip to the skin in a micro-millimetre sized point. This superficial point minimises the skin in its immediate vicinity - which is intended to reduce the excess skin, tightening the lid/under eye area. A series of tiny brown spots are strategically placed to attain the desired result for the excess skin. The skin around the spot tightens pulling the cells closer together.

Advantages of the revolutionary lifting effect

In contrast to a conventional surgery can not be „overlifted“,
because only the natural skin excess is reduced.
1 result is visible directly during the treatment.

How does it works?

The PUREBEAU FIBROBLAST handpiece produces at its tip a tiny, so-called
plasmatic flash. This flash leaps over from the tip to the skin and lets
it evaporate superficially there in a tiny, micromillimeter-sized point. This
superficial point minimizes the skin in its immediate vicinity.
Various points are placed and generate a reduction grid which, depending
on the area, requires different patterns and placement sequences. Due to
their variety and arrangement, these points can reduce excess skin. Result:
the concerned skin area is clearly tightened.

After the procedure, there will be redness and swelling of the skin (especially in the area around the eyes), and  the rehabilitation period lasts 4-7 days, which requires staying  home.

Who Can't Do This Procedure?

Those Suffering From; AIDS/HIV, Diabetes (Consult Beforehand), Melonoma, Vitiligo & any type of infection. If you have had surgery recently keloid scars, a pacemaker or are pregnant or breastfeeding currently. Those on medication such as Izotretinoi (e.g. Roaccutane), Tretinoin (e.g. Retin A) Tetraciklin. PLEASE Double Check With Your GP/Doctor Before Starting. Our Dermatologist Will Also Consult You Before Starting.