Plasma Fibroblast Breast Lift: All You Need to Know

By Emily M.| Last updated on September 26, 2023

All about the best non-invasive breast rejuvenation method: the plasma fibroblast breast lift! Here’s the rundown on what it is, what to expect, and how it’s done!

results of a plasma fibroblast breast lift

Image source: Instagram @prive_academy

Whether we want to admit it or not, most women experience some sort of insecurity regarding their breasts at some point, especially after breastfeeding.

In the past, the only way to do away with those insecurities was breast surgery, but the thought of going under the knife is enough to turn many people back.

Well, good news – there doesn’t have to be any surgery involved at all!

The plasma fibroblast breast lift is a great non-invasive alternative that can make breasts rounder and perkier and give them the overall lifted effect but with zero cutting involved!

We’re here to talk about how that works exactly, so stick around and learn all about this cutting-edge procedure!

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What Is Plasma Pen Fibroblasting?

Fibroblasting is a relatively new, innovative skincare trend that involves some pretty interesting technology.

Electricity is used to induce tiny amounts of trauma to your skin which then regenerate and make the skin tighter.

The tool that is used for this treatment is called the plasma pen, given its shape and the fact that plasma is used to create those mini shocks that do all the work.

The results of fibroblasting are impressive and even comparable to those of cosmetic surgery, albeit less dramatic. There is very little pain involved, and the downtime is significantly lower than with other cosmetic procedures that give similar results.

Follow this link to learn all about fibroblasting in general, or keep reading for all the info on the plasma pen breast lift in particular.

What Is the Plasma Pen Used For?

As we said, fibroblasting causes the skin to tighten. So, naturally, the main usage of this tool is to reduce the signs of aging by smoothing out fine lines and wrinkles. This can also help with stretch marks and acne scars.

However, the tightening can also help you achieve a lifting effect on various body parts. Most popularly, the plasma pen is used for:

Other than these, fibroblasting can tighten any skin – somewhat less often, it is also used on the arms, hands, and knees.

After a plasma pen breast liftImage source: Instagram @glow_skin_science

What Is the Plasma Fibroblast Breast Lift?

As you can probably conclude from the name of the procedure, the plasma pen breast lift is the application of fibroblasting on the skin of the breasts.

The goal is to give your breasts a lifted, perkier look without the need to undergo invasive surgery with a long recovery period. You don’t get an enlargement per se, but the breasts look lifted and rejuvenated, with their shape improved.

The mechanics of this procedure are exactly the same as with any other plasma pen treatment. So, if you’ve already had some work done this way, you know what to expect.

The only difference between a breast lift and facial skin tightening is that this is a larger area on the body, so the procedure will take more time and be somewhat less comfortable.

How Does the Fibroblast Breast Lift Work?

Like we said, a pen-shaped tool is used to blast the skin with electrical energy to tighten it and boost the production of collagen.

The main targets of this tool are very specific cells in your skin called fibroblasts – this is how the procedure got its name. These cells are the ones that produce collagen in the skin.

And, as you know, collagen is the protein that makes skin more resilient and elastic.

The only downside is that those zaps then leave dot-shaped scabs behind, but they’ll go away on their own in a matter of weeks.

Does Using a Plasma Pen on Breasts Hurt?

A little.

The professional giving you the treatment will start off the appointment by applying a local anesthetic, which means that you shouldn’t be able to feel anything while the plasma pen is doing its magic.

However, after the anesthetic wears off, you’ll likely feel a burning sensation in the targeted area.

Most people describe it as no worse than a bad sunburn, so you can treat it with painkillers or soothing skin products – but always ask your doctor first!

This discomfort should subside in a few days.

Plasma Pen Breast Lift Recovery

When it comes to recovering after a plasma fibroblast breast lift, the journey is definitely much more comfortable than recovering from cosmetic surgery.

As we said, there will be some stinging in the first few days post-treatment, but after that, you’ll have just one thing to worry about – the scabs.

They’ll peel off on their own, and you shouldn’t pick them, or you’ll risk scarring and hyperpigmentation. They’ll come off in about 2 weeks.

After that’s done, the area will probably stay red and tender for another week or so.

Click here to read an in-depth guide through fibroblast recovery!

Fibroblasting breasts and necklineImage source: Instagram @fibroblast.beauty

Plasma Pen Nose Contour Recovery

Here’s an overview of what you can expect during your healing process following a fibroblast nose job. Still, it’s important to keep in mind that this process doesn’t look the same for everyone, and some slight differences are completely normal.

If you feel that something is just too suspicious, don’t hesitate to ask a dermatologist, GP, or the therapist who did the nose job.

  • During the 1st week, dot-like scabs will start to form. You’ll also see the side effects we talked about (redness, swelling, burning), but they shouldn’t be debilitating – it should feel like a sunburn.
  • During the 2nd week, the crusts will start shedding. It’s crucial that you don’t pick them. The entire region will probably feel flakey and still a little red.
  • During the 3rd week, the crusts will have completely gone. They will probably leave red spots in their place, which will fade gradually.

After these 3 weeks, you can go back to your usual skincare and makeup routines, but be careful – if anything starts to feel like it’s irritating your skin, wash it off, and try again in a few days once it’s fully healed.

Click here for a more detailed guide through the fibroblast recovery process!

Fibroblast Plasma Pen Breast Lift Risks & Side Effects

There aren’t too many risks associated with the plasma pen. As is the case with any other treatment, one of the biggest risks is an infection. This can easily be avoided by going to a trusted salon with experienced staff.

Other than that, the scabs can leave behind scarring and hyper/hypopigmentation.

This is most likely to happen if you pick at them, so it’s best to leave them alone to fall off on their own. It’s also important to note that people of color are more at risk of this side effect.

Finally, there is also a slight chance that the treatment won’t work, but the chances of this happening are very low. Keep in mind, however, that fibroblasting is pretty effective, but the results aren’t as dramatic as those after a traditional surgery.

Plasma pen breast lift results

Image source: Instagram @glow_skin_science

Plasma Fibroblast Breast Lift Cost

The average price is $600-$800.

In terms of the price of the plasma pen treatment, the biggest deciding factor is the size of the treated area. As breasts and other non-facial procedures require targeting larger portions of the skin, you’ll probably pay more than for, say, a wrinkle-removing treatment.

Even though this treatment isn’t exactly cheap, it’s still a lot more affordable than a surgical breast lift.

If you want to check out a more detailed price list for different cities, click here!

Plasma Fibroblast Breast Lift – Main Takeaways

The plasma fibroblast breast lift is, in so many ways, a better alternative to cosmetic surgery.

The risks are easily avoidable, the price is much lower, and the downtime adds up to a few weeks – not to mention that there’s not a lot of discomfort associated with that time.

All in all, if you’re considering a breast lift, you should definitely keep the fibroblast treatment as an option!

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