Skin conditions we CANNOT treat with Plasma Fibroblast Tightening method
This is also one of the most common questions plasma fibroblast specialists get. It’s important to remember that Plasma Fibroblast Tightening treatment works best on saggy and wrinkly, but healthy skin. Only in this case we get amazing results this method can provide.
It is generally suitable for most people, most skin types and textures, as it is particularly effective at treating notoriously difficult to treat areas, namely around the eyes (periorbital) and around the mouth (perioral). But there are some contraindications. Listed below are skin conditions we must not treat with Plasma Fibroblast Tightening method.
If a client has darker skin (Fitzpatrick scale skin type 6).
If a clients’ skin is prone to scarring/keloid scarring (usually darker skin).
If a client has:
- Severe active acne
- Moles and birthmarks
- Dermatitis or eczema
- Severe skin conditions
- Open wounds
- Psoriasis or vitiligo
- Any visible skin irritations
If a client has severe diabetes.
If a client has allergies or sensitivities to any of the products used during the treatment.
If a client has history of being treated with blood-thinning medications.
If a client is immune-deficient or has any other auto-immune disorder.
If a client is pregnant or is breast-feeding.
And most importantly!
If a client has a pacemaker (due to the frequency of a pacemaker).
If a client is a cancer patient, going through chemotherapy or irradiation.
If a client has been taking acne medications (Roaccutane) in the last year.