Introduction to Plasma Fibroblast Technology
Plasma Fibroblast has emerged as a groundbreaking skin tightening treatment that is transforming the world of esthetic procedures. This advanced, non-invasive approach harnesses the power of plasma energy to stimulate collagen and elastin production in the skin. With the ability to lift sagging skin, smooth wrinkles and fine lines, and enhance skin texture and tone, Plasma Fibroblast offers an attractive alternative to traditional, invasive procedures like facelifts and eyelid surgery. Moreover, its shorter recovery time and reduced side effects make it a top choice for esthetic professionals and clients alike.
The Science Behind Plasma Fibroblast
At the heart of Plasma Fibroblast treatment is the plasma pen, a handheld device that ionizes atmospheric gases to generate plasma energy. This energy is transferred to the epidermis as it leaps from the pen's tip to the skin without any direct contact. Once the plasma energy reaches the skin, it forms a small white spot with a central black dot known as a carbon crust. This process results in the exfoliation and sublimation of epidermal skin cells and triggers the production of collagen and elastin. Plasma Fibroblast can be applied to various facial and body areas, including the eyebrows, upper and lower eyelids, neck, and hands.
Selecting the Right Plasma Pen
For esthetic professionals looking to incorporate Plasma Fibroblast into their services, choosing a high-quality plasma pen with "True Plasma Technology" is crucial. With an overwhelming 95% of pens on the market being electric rather than true plasma pens, it's essential to exercise diligence in your selection process. Electric pens emit electrical energy that burns the skin, as opposed to properly ionizing atmospheric gases to create true plasma energy. The prevalence of electric pens has tainted the industry, leading to undesirable outcomes, including scarring and hyperpigmentation, particularly when technicians use aggressive techniques. Notably, a popular device marketed as a plasma pen but actually an electric pen has even faced claims filed with the FDA due to adverse results. FDA safety report
To ensure the best results for your clients, investing in a True Plasma pen like the PLAXEL+ can make a world of a difference and also future proof your services and separate yourself apart from the competition. These pens must be used according to authentic plasma techniques and applications, which differ significantly from the outdated electric pen methods taught by most training companies. Consequently, it is crucial to recognize that even if you possess prior training and experience, the techniques and applications you used with your old pen are not compatible with the PLAXEL+. The ultimate objective is to attain the ideal "white dot" pattern with a "pinprick" of black at the center, without any exceptions.
Cold Plasma Technology: Comparing Jett Plasma and PLAXEL+
In recent months, Jett Plasma has gained significant popularity as an alternative to traditional plasma treatments. However, it's essential to note that this cold plasma technology is not new; the PLAXEL plasma pen has offered the same technology with the cold plasma attachment since 2019.
Jett Plasma is not significantly different from the cold plasma tip offered by the PLAXEL+. Both technologies are designed to complement true plasma treatments, rather than replacing them. The primary reason for this is that cold plasma or Jett Plasma does not cause micro-injuries to the skin, resulting in slower outcomes and requiring clients to undergo multiple sessions to achieve noticeable lifting or tightening.
Micro-injuries to the skin are crucial for stimulating the production of new collagen and elastin. Since Jett Plasma and the cold plasma tip do not cause any micro-injuries, collagen production doesn’t quite reach its full potential and multiple treatments are required. Cold plasma technology excels as a supplementary treatment to regular facials, providing a collagen-stimulating boost, or as an option for clients who are not suitable candidates for true plasma treatments due to their skin type.
Cold plasma can be used on all skin types and has no downtime, but the results are underwhelming compared to true plasma treatments. Therefore, purchasing a pen like the Jett Plasma pen may not be a sound financial decision, as it only offers cold plasma. In contrast, devices like the PLAXEL+ provide both true plasma and cold plasma in one pen, making it the only 2-in-1 true plasma and cold plasma pen on the market. This dual functionality makes the PLAXEL+ a more versatile and cost-effective option for esthetic professionals looking to expand their service offerings.
Why Proper Training Matters: The Advantages of Online Certification
Proper training in Plasma Fibroblast technology is essential for esthetic professionals, and the benefits of choosing online training cannot be overstated. In-person training is not a prerequisite for obtaining a certificate though we do offer it as an optional add-on with trainers located across the US. Our online Plasma Fibroblast training, created in early 2019, enables esthetic professionals to become certified without taking time off, traveling, or investing in hands-on training where it's hard to retain all of the information you learn in a short period of time.
We have discovered that providing lifetime access to online training, along with regularly adding new material for our students to consume, leads to much greater success than offering a one-time in-person training. Online training allows students to revisit the material at their own pace and convenience, ensuring a better understanding of the content and increased retention of knowledge. This flexible learning approach adapts to each student's individual needs and preferences, ultimately resulting in a more successful and fulfilling learning experience.
Our comprehensive online training has evolved into the most extensive program on the market, exclusively designed for PLAXEL and true plasma technology techniques and applications. When we founded World Plasma, our objective was to educate the masses about the misconceptions perpetuated by training academies concerning plasma fibroblast technology and to clarify that the devices widely available and commonly used are not plasma pens at all, but rather more closely related to electric mole removal pens.
In order to educate the masses and showcase the stark differences between "true plasma" and electric pens, we have assembled a free Plasma Fibroblast mini-course that includes 10 introductory training lessons. These lessons help you navigate common industry pitfalls and, most importantly, learn how to distinguish between true plasma pens and electric pens.
Here is an outline of the free plasma mini-course:
- Spot the differences between electric pens & true plasma
- Cold Plasma Training
- Plasma Fibroblast Regulations
- Skincare Products for Plasma Treatments
- Skin Mapping Introduction
- Skin Mapping Demonstration
- Preparing the Skin for a Plasma Treatment
- Jowl Lift Demonstration
- Earning Potential of Plasma Treatments
- True Plasma vs. Electric Pens Comparison
Results and Longevity
Clients can expect to see improvements in skin tightness in the days following the healing phase of a Plasma Fibroblast treatment. Further enhancements will continue to appear over several weeks and months as collagen and elastin production increase in the treated area, as well as in surrounding areas due to a systemic effect. While results may vary depending on individual skin health and at-home skincare routines, most clients experience a noticeable improvement in skin lifting and tightening lasting up to 2-3 years.
Making Informed Decisions in the Plasma Fibroblast Industry
At World Plasma, we aim to help esthetic professionals make well-informed decisions when entering the Plasma Fibroblast industry. We understand that navigating the plethora of options can be daunting, and that's why we're here to help. Our goal is to ensure that you avoid investing in electric pens or electric pen training that won't deliver the results you and your clients desire. For any questions or clarification on Plasma Fibroblast, feel free to reach out to on our chat widget in the bottom right corner of this page or via text message at 1(469) 620-7188. We're always eager to assist you on your journey to success.