Ageing is a normal process that gets all of us eventually, some earlier than others. Talk of saggy skin around the neck, or bags under eyes and crow’s feet among other facial lines. It is a process that may leave us looking tired, angry, sad or older than we feel. Should you find yourself in such a situation, non-surgical skin improvement solutions such as Plasma Pen Fibroblast Treatment or Botox are some of the techniques that can restore your skin’s tightness and youthful appearance. Usually, the results are more dramatic for invasive approaches but less risky for the non-invasive ones.
With the techniques involving lesser and lesser invasive approaches increasing each day, it may become increasingly difficult to find the best fit. That is why I want to take you through the differences between Botox and Fibroblast, as well as the possibilities of using the latter as an alternative. If you still have questions at the end, feel free to contact us via 01707 662477 or email@example.com or better yet, visit our clinic at Spring Villa, Westgate, Bishop Auckland, County Durham DL13 1LG.
As the years go by, our skins dermal layer grows thinner, lesser collagen is produced, and the elastin fibres get worn out. These changes bring about sagging and wrinkling of the skin.
With our state of the art Plasma Pen under our highly trained technician, we force the skin tissue to contract virtually immediately by thermally disrupting the dermal solar elastosis as well as fibroblasts. This micro-trauma stimulates neo-collagenisation and helps release and activate essential proteins and growth factors like cytokine. Eventually, excess skin dries off to form tiny crusts that fall off like dandruff in just a few days. However, depending on the amount of sagging skin, sometimes it may require more than a single session.
Fibroblasting produces excellent results for eyelid treatments, forehead lines, crow’s feet, necklines, and virtually all kinds of lines on the face and neck regions.
Wrinkles typically begin forming perpendicular to various contracting muscles directly beneath the skin. That is where the trick with Botox comes in.
When Botox is injected into the muscles, it prevents nerve impulses from reaching the tissue, hence reducing the muscle activities that cause the frown lines to appear. Now that there is no muscle contracting beneath it, the skin can no longer form wrinkles.
Botox Cosmetic has been around longer, but Fibroblast treatment is gaining popularity for its abilities to make up for the shortcomings of Botox. Here is why.
Fibroblast Treatment can be used on most skin types, and with little to none side effects. However, the best way to be sure your skin type is eligible is to have our BeauSynergy’s technicians examine your skin type and desired results. Visit our clinic at County Durham where one of our best beauty therapist Kerry Lawson will be providing treatment to experience first-hand Fibroblast results. Book the appointment at; Spring Villa, Westgate, Bishop Auckland, County Durham, DL13 1LG.