Please read this important safety notice about Fibroblast Plasma Pens. We recommend everyone to take proper precautions and have a full understanding of how to safely and properly use an electric or plasma fibroblast pen.
The goods being provided through the goods sold on dermavel.com are provided for educational purposes only. Dermavel products and devices are not sold as medical devices. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from healthcare practitioners. Please note that each person's results may vary and Dermavel is not liable for any improper or incorrect use of the plasma pen, nor does it offer any guarantee, or specific results. By using this device you expressly agree that it is at your own risk and that you have a full understanding of how to operate a fibroblast plasma pen safely on yourself or others. Use the product with caution.
Plasma pens of all kinds are small handheld devices that focus electricity on the surface of the skin, which causes a controlled burn and spreads heat throughout the targeted area.
A plasma pen converts electrical energy into an electrostatic energy to create artificial nitrogen plasma. Plasma is an ionized gas consisting of positive ions and free electrons in proportions which enables it to conduct electricity. The Plasma Pen device discharges precise flashes of plasma in millisecond bursts, triggering the body’s natural healing and anti-aging processes in the epidermal and dermal layers. Your body then starts produces new collagen and elastin to improve skin texture and tone. This treatment is also known as Fibroblasting. Fibroblasts are the cells that produce collagen.
A plasma pen can be used on the face, around the eyes, neck, around lip and mouth area, marionette lines, smile lines, forehead, jowls and jawline. It is important for anyone considering the Plasma Pen treatment to carefully review the contraindications, aftercare instructions, risks, and skin types that can be safely treated.
Before using a plasma pen, make sure that the mole, freckle, or skin tag can safely be removed. Any suspicious moles, skin tags or any other blemishes that look irregular, crusted, or discolored should not have any procedure performed; please always consult with a licensed dermatologist, physician, or medical advisor first.
In general, if questions, concerns, doubts; before use, always consult with a GP or licensed professional dermatologist, physician, or medical advisor for professional advice.
Our products are meant to be administered by professionals and by using this device you expressly agree that it is at your own risk and that you have a full understanding of how to operate a fibroblast plasma pen safely on yourself. Use the product with caution. We are not responsible for any negative inflictions that may arise after administering products by yourself.
Medical devices such as implanted pacemakers and defibrillators might contain sensors that respond to magnets and radios when in close contact. To avoid any potential interactions with these devices, keep your Fibroblast Plasma Pen and accessories a safe distance away from your device (more than 6 inches / 15 cm apart or more than 12 inches / 30 cm apart if charging). Consult with your physician for specific guidelines.
Is the Plasma Pen Treatment Painful?
The treatment may be mildly to moderately uncomfortable depending on your pain tolerance and what area you are getting treated. Eyelid procedures (where the skin is at its thinnest) can be more painful for some. Use a numbing cream to reduce any discomfort, we recommend any numbing cream with Lidocaine 5%.
Who is Not a Good Candidate for the Plasma Pen Treatment?
Darker skin tones are not good candidates for this treatments due to the increased risk of hyperpigmentation, inflammation and possible scarring. Contraindications include: smokers, pregnant or breastfeeding, autoimmune disorders, blood thinners, cancer, chemo or radiation, gold-therapy, cataracts and serious skin disorders.
Treatments on Fitzpatrick skin types 4-6 should be avoided.
Fitzpatrick Skin Types:
|Pale white skin, blue/green eyes, blond/red hair
|Always burns, does not tan
|Fair skin, blue eyes
|Burns easily, tans poorly
|Darker white skin
|Tans after initial burn
|Light brown skin
|Burns minimally, tans easily
|Rarely burns, tans dark
|Dark brown or black skin
|Never burns, always tans
What are the Risks of the Plasma Pen Treatment?
The Plasma Pen is a relatively safe treatment. However, no procedure is without risks and it’s always consult with licensed professional dermatologist, physician or medical advisor to understand the contraindications and risks before treatment.
- Swelling and bruising
- Scabbing and crusting
- Skin discoloration
Post Plasma Pen Treatment
Results are virtually immediate and last up to three years. For 5-14 days following your treatment, you will experience skin sensitivity, mild to moderate redness, swelling, skin crusting and flaking. Swelling usually begins the day after treatment and typically lasts for 5 days. The area treated must not be covered with any type of make-up, mascara, creams or any other products until completely healed. We recommend a cooling gel after treatment to relieve any itching or potential burn-alike effect. It is very important to wait until all the scabs fallen off on their own.
*Please be aware that the days indicated are average healing times but can be increased by other factors. Healing time and results may be negatively compromised by not following the aftercare protocol: no drinking alcohol, no smoking and no picking/scrubbing. If your health is compromised in any way, this can also extend your healing time and negatively affect your results.
If questions, concerns, doubts; before use, always consult with a GP or licensed professional dermatologist, physician, or medical advisor for professional advice. If skin inflammation is detected, and gets worse, contact a medical professional as soon as possible. When using products sold on dermavel.com you agree to our terms of service, a contract between you and us. Statements on this website have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.