Fibroblast Plasma

Fibroblast plasma skin tightening uses plasma energy to tighten the skin. Our highly trained  plasma fibroblast specialists use the FDA approved Plamere Plasma Device to treat our clients in Miami, Florida and the surrounding areas.

The Plamere Plasma Device emits a plasma arc through a copper tip. The practitioner hoovers the device above the skin,  allowing a current of plasma energy to shoot from the copper tip to the skin. The device itself, and the copper tip, at no point in the treatment, come into contact with the skin. 

When choosing a plasma fibroblast technician, it is important to weigh the following considerations carefully: 

  • This revolutionary procedure is not fully regulated throughout the United States. It is up to the practitioner to properly educate themselves and receive adequate training and certification. 
  • There are practitioners who are not certified and who use devices that are not approved by the FDA. 
  • Make sure to choose a practitioner who is certified in the Plamere Plasma Device, or another device that is FDA approved. Though there are devices that are not approved that do produce effective results, unregulated devices may cause scarring, hyperpigmentation, and other issues. 
  • Ensure that your technician provides you with a robust questionnaire ensuring that you are a candidate for treatment
  • Ensure that your technician has an effective aftercare program

What qualifications do our fibroblast technicians have: 

  • Our fibroblast technicians are certified in the Plamere Plasma Device, the only FDA regulated plasma energy device. 
  • Our fibroblast certification comes from Plamere Online Training, a CPD accredited program (you can learn more about CPD accreditation at
  • Our fibroblast technicians use medical grade topical anesthesia to numb the area before treatment
  • Our fibroblast technicians are experienced in properly treating crepey skin on the face, neck, decolletage, and body as well as in treating skin concerns such as stretch marks, scars, age spots, skin tags, and more. 
  • Our fibroblast technicians are dedicated to continuing education and excellence.