FAQ's

FAQs: Clients

Frequently asked questions from clients

In nature, there are four states of matter: solids, liquids, gases and plasma. Matter only becomes a plasma when enough energy is delivered to split the atoms into electrons and the output of this is a ‘plasma cloud’ of charged particles. These consist of free radicals, positively charged ions and negatively charged electrons and molecules.

Our Plasma Pen device creates an electrical discharge between two electrodes which are separated by an ‘insulating dielectric barrier’.  As the charge collects on the surface of our dielectric barrier, it discharges as a flash of plasma within millionths of a second. An intelligent combination of the design of our Plasma Pen and its continuous direct energy source ionises the nitrogen and oxygen in the air to create a plasma gas. This is both sustained and continuous in line with the unique fingertip control and on-demand nature of our Plasma Pen device. 

Although we are creating collisions between molecules and causing the emission of energetic photons, the energy required to do this is minimal. So our Plasma Pen device is (and only needs to be) low-voltage. The plasma we create with the Plasma Pen transfers to the skin with absolute precision and does not harm any of the surrounding tissue.

The first and most immediate effect a Plasma Pen treatment is delivered to the outer layer of the epidermis. There we create external micro-trauma, which helps to immediately contract and tighten the skin. The next major effect is that the plasma simultaneously penetrates down into the fibroblasts which are contained deeper within the dermis below and, in doing so, we stimulate accelerated fibroblast division and migration, as well as encouraging neovascularisation – the natural formation of new blood vessels and the release of growth factors. 

These growth factors include fibroblast growth factors, platelet-derived endothelial growth factors and cytokines. Cytokines are small proteins that are very important in cell signalling and affect the behaviour of cells around them. They help modulate our immune response, they regulate cell maturation (ageing) and quarterback the growth of new cells. They are particularly important in directing our body’s response to the inflammation trauma that we cause because they stimulate both cell repair and new cell reproduction.

The inflammatory response that occurs during the healing process after a fibroblast treatment also activates what is known as “M2 Macrophages”.  Macrophages are white blood cells which engulf and digest cellular debris, foreign substances, microbes, cancer cells, and anything else without proteins that are good for healthy cells. M2 macrophages decrease the inflammation we cause and encourage tissue regeneration and repair. 

We also stimulate the migration of basal keratinocytes to the surface of the skin. Wounds to the skin are repaired, in part, by the migration of keratinocytes from the basal layer of the skin. These then fill in the gaps created by the micro-wounds we create. Within the healed epidermis they are, in turn, replaced by keratinocytes that originate from the epidermis.

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Anticoagulants are medicines that help prevent blood clots. They’re usually given to people at high risk of getting clots to reduce their chances of developing serious conditions, such as strokes and heart attacks. Anticoagulant drugs (Warfarin for example but also Ivaroxaban/Xarelto, Dabigatran/Pradaxa, Apixaban/Eliquis, Edoxaban/Lixiana and others) are a major contraindication for us and your Technician’s insurer. 

People using anticoagulant drugs are NOT to be treated with Plasma Pen because these medications thin the blood. Or rather they interrupt the process involved in the formation of blood clots. So while they are sometimes called “blood-thinning” medicines, they don’t make the blood thinner.

The healing of surgical and traumatic wounds – like the micro-traumas we cause with Plasma Pen – specifically and intentionally involves the clotting process, inflammation, cell proliferation and tissue remodelling. Anticoagulants can slow and delay this healing process. 

Delayed healing of traumatic wounds can cause persistent bleeding, increased wound seepage and, in some cases, failed wound closure. Delayed wound healing can also lead to infection, among other undesirable things.

The principal drugs that can slow wound healing are cytotoxic antineoplastic and immunosuppressive agents, corticosteroids, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and anticoagulants. If in your consultation these drugs and contraindications come up, then you cannot be treated with Plasma Pen and this is absolutely for your benefit.

The Fitzpatrick Skin Type is a skin classification system developed in 1975 by Thomas Fitzpatrick, MD, of Harvard Medical School. Based on the Fitzpatrick Skin Type Scale, only skin types I, II and III can safely be treated with Plasma Pen. Anything higher and you are risking hyperpigmentation or hypopigmentation.

Some providers claim to be able to treat any skin type. This is generally untrue or at the very least misleading. It is usually only because they are perhaps selling medical-grade devices to cosmetic surgeons (who are then able to self-prescribe and fix any damage that they do) and/or because the treatments they are performing are merely “spray” rejuvenation only. In other words, they are not targeting the dermis and are only working on the epidermis.

The fact is that people with darker skins have melanocytes capable of making large amounts of melanin. When dark/black skin is injured (i.e. through the micro-trauma we create with Plasma Pen), these melanocytes can hyperpigment or hypopigment. This is because a combination of the inflammatory response and ultraviolet causes the inflammation to disrupt the basal cell layer.

Melanin pigment is then released but subsequently, it can become trapped by macrophages in the papillary layer. Once the wound healing has completed and the junction repaired then the melanin pigment granules can be caught within the dermal layer with no way of escape and this can cause pigmentation issues.

We will come on to how to determine skin types below but if someone is a borderline III/IV skin type then there are possibly some things you can do. For example, using tyrosinase inhibitors in advance (you can see a good article on those here). 

A client who has perhaps spent time in the sun recently may perhaps present as darker than their true skin type so, in these instances, you should at least delay their procedure. Encourage them to stay out of the sun in the meantime so that their skin returns to a treatable type in the area you are performing the Plasma Pen treatment. 

However, like any important contraindication, if there is any doubt about treatment then you should not treat. If there is clear Indian or African ancestry then the chances are probably high that you will not be able to treat safely.

In terms of how to determine skin types, you should buy an electronic skin type sensor from us. These are available for just £35 plus VAT and you can message us here to buy one. These should be used on the area being treated (after any make-up has been removed). This should give you an immediate and strong guide to their skin type.

We strongly recommend that all Plasma Pen Elite Technicians complete the following questionnaire with their clients in conjunction with their electronic skin sensor to accurately determine their skin tone. We use an enhanced questionnaire format that also accounts for recent sun exposure. Our quiz measures three key components: (i) their genetic disposition, (ii) their reaction to sun exposure, and (iii) their recent tanning habits.

Skin types range from the very fair (Type I) to the very dark (Type VI).

So grab a piece of paper, keep score as you go along, and get your client to answer all of the following questions honestly. You should keep this as a record and this questionnaire is available from us as a free branded document for all our Technicians:

PART ONE: GENETIC DISPOSITION

(1) What is your eye colour?

Light blue, light gray or light green = 0

Blue, grey or green = 1

Hazel or light brown = 2

Dark brown = 3

Brownish black = 4

 

(2) What is your natural hair colour?

Red or light blonde = 0

Blonde = 1

Dark blonde or light brown = 2

Dark brown = 3

Black = 4

 

(3) What is your natural skin colour (i.e. before sun exposure)?

Ivory white = 0

Fair or pale = 1

Fair to beige, with golden undertone = 2

Olive or light brown = 3

Dark brown or black = 4

 

(4) How many freckles do you have on unexposed areas of your skin?

Many = 0

Several = 1

A few = 2

Very few = 3

None = 4

Total score for genetic disposition: _______

 

PART TWO: SUN EXPOSURE

(1) How does your skin/face respond to the sun?

Always burns, blisters and peels = 0

Often burns, blisters and peels = 1

Burns moderately = 2

Burns rarely, if at all = 3

Never burns = 4

 

(2) Does your skin tan?

Never – I always burn = 0

Seldom = 1

Sometimes = 2

Often = 3

Always = 4

 

(3) How deeply do you tan?

Not at all or very little = 0

Lightly = 1

Moderately = 2

Deeply = 3

My skin is naturally dark = 4

 

(4) How sensitive is your face to the sun?

Very sensitive = 0

Sensitive = 1

Normal = 2

Resistant = 3

Very resistant/Never had a problem = 4

Total score for reaction to sun exposure: _______

 

PART THREE: TANNING HABITS

(1) When did you last expose your body to sun/tanning cream/tanning injections/sunbeds?

More than 3 months ago = 0

2-3 months ago = 1

1-2 months ago = 2

Less than a month ago = 3

Less than 2 weeks ago = 4

 

(2) Did you expose the area you wish to be treated by Plasma Pen to the sun?

No/Never = 0

Hardly = 1

Sometimes = 2

Often = 3

Always = 4

Total score for Tanning Habits: _______

TOTAL SCORE FOR PART ONE, PART TWO AND PART THREE:  _________

 

Now correlate the above score to the following to determine their skin type:

Type I: 0 to 6 points (light, pale white)

Always burns easily, never tans.

 

Type II: 7 to 12 points (white, fair)

Always burns easily, tans minimally.

 

Type III: 13 to 18 points (medium white to olive)

Burns moderately, tans gradually.

 

Type IV: 19 to 24 points (olive, moderate brown)

Burns minimally, tans well.

 

Type V: 25 to 30 points (brown, dark brown)

Burns rarely, tans profusely.

 

Type VI: 31+ points (very dark brown to black, black)

Never burns, deep pigmentation.

 

You can see an image here which is a good visual guide.

Remember, you may only treat skin types I, II and III with Plasma Pen.

Our branded Louise Walsh International Silver Colloidal Gel with Aloe Vera is an over-the-counter product that does not require a prescription. It is a transparent jelly that stays on the skin much longer than it would in liquid form. It is odourless, does not stain and is a powerful and natural anti-bacterial/anti-viral product. The two main active ingredients, colloidal silver and aloe vera, work in tandem to soothe inflamed skin and heal it quickly. This is why we now recommend it as part of the patient aftercare regime over dry healing.

Aloe vera is known for its ability to regenerate cells, increase oxygen flow and stimulate fibroblasts which aid the production of collagen. It is a natural moisturiser and a soothing, calming gel that promotes skin healing. This element of our ingredients is very important as the aloe vera leaf used contains over 75 nutrients, 20 minerals, 12 vitamins, 18 amino acids and around 200 active enzymes. All of which provide tremendous benefits, most importantly the ability to speed up the recovery of skin wounds and the stimulation of cellular growth and rejuvenation. The aloe vera in our colloidal gel also has a powerful antioxidant effect.

Colloidal silver is made up of nano-sized particles of pure silver which are suspended in highly purified water. Silver ions possess antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties. They help to stimulate cell regeneration, promote healing and gently fight bacterial, viral and fungal conditions without any side effects. In our form, the gel is applied as a topical agent and is not to be ingested.

Once applied and left to quickly dry, our Louise Walsh International Silver Colloidal Gel leaves a protective coating that is designed to act as a barrier against infection. It helps speed up skin healing and these two primary active substances offer amazing skin protection benefits. These include tissue healing, anti-inflammatory properties, sun-protection, improved skin metabolism, increased moisture retention and also disinfectant properties.

Our product is supplied in special airless pump tubes to prevent any cross-contamination and oxygenation.

Technicians and clients can contact us here to order our Colloidal Silver Gel with Aloe Vera until our webshop goes live.

Yes. We run regular training courses and taster sessions right across the UK and beyond and we are always looking for models. All models receive half-price treatment.

If you navigate to Training | Become A Model on this page you can find out more and book in with us at a location near you.

We are just about to launch a full search facility on this website to help you to search and find fully trained, qualified and approved Plasma Pen Elite Technicians located in your area.

In the meantime, please reach out to us directly and we will be happy to recommend a fabulous Technician in your local area:

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Address: Global HQ & Flagship Training Academy, 42-46 Station Road, Ainsdale, Southport PR8 3HW

Plasma Pen delivers exceptionally long-lasting results. From all observations, clinical trials and real-world experience, about three years is normal. Once the skin is tightened it is permanent. However, your skin will continue to age and this will happen at different rates based on genetics, lifestyle choices and free radicals. 

So although we suggest treatment results will last for around three years, some clients will experience longer-lasting results than others. Remember too that in addition to rejuvenation, we are helping to repair the scaffolding of the skin with our fibroblasting to mitigate the ageing process.

If, for example, we treat your smoker’s lines and you then continue to smoke then results may not be as long-lasting compared to if you had stopped. If we make your eyelid hoods or bags disappear then that is also a permanent effect. Although, of course, they could potentially grow back in years to come.

We don’t think so. Especially not with our number one Plasma Pen device. For many, Plasma Pen treatments are virtually pain-free and are often described as merely “tingly”. We see many clients fall asleep during their procedure. However, the treatment may be moderately uncomfortable depending on you and where you are being treated. 

Eyelid procedures (where the skin is at its thinnest) can be more painful for some people. However, our Plasma Pen device, plasma delivery and super-fine probes allow our Technicians to work very quickly and efficiently. So we can minimise potential discomfort for you by design.

Your Technician will numb the area before and sometimes during treatment depending on the products they use and the regulations in this area. For treatments on large areas, Technicians will typically “numb as they go”. That means the numbing effects don’t wear off while they are still working. It’s all relative too. Think how painful something like cosmetic surgery can be after a procedure when your anaesthetic wears off.

Aftercare following a Plasma Pen treatment is very straightforward and mostly common sense. If you invest in an incredible treatment like this and then willfully ignore the strict instructions your Technician gives you (perhaps by choosing to go on a sunbed the next day, for example) you will imperil the outcome and may not achieve optimal results.

We train our Technicians in great detail in this area and we keep them fully up to speed on all of the latest best practices. We arm them with all the tools they need to share this information with you.

Please refer to the Aftercare page of this website for more detailed information on what we recommend.

Your Technician will complete a detailed consultation with you, sometimes on the day of your Plasma Pen treatment and sometimes before depending on your mutual preference and availability. They will complete detailed paperwork with you (such as consent forms) and will take before and after photographs since those are legally required for their insurance.

A typical consultation includes:

  • Full details of your skin type and history.
  • Contraindications and relevant medical history.
  • Your lifestyle (e.g. are you a smoker, do you use sunbeds, do you use fillers, have you had any recent cosmetic surgery).
  • Identifying what your expectations are, whether they are realistic and why you want Plasma Pen treatment.
  • Answering any questions you have.
  • Explaining the treatment, the aftercare regime you will need to follow, the downtime, the likely recovery period and any other relevant information.
  • Explaining the number and frequency of Plasma Pen treatments you may require if more than one.
  • The cost and payment.

Find out more about our most popular Plasma Pen treatments.

Often only one but it will depend on your expectations, the area being treated, your age, the condition and type of your skin and various other factors. We believe that you simply will not get better or faster results alongside less downtime and faster recovery than you will with Plasma Pen treatments from Louise Walsh International.

Every client is different and your Plasma Pen treatment plan will always be bespoke. In our experience, some clients may require two or more treatments to achieve optimal results, especially for some procedures and skin conditions where the results will be cumulative by design. Many clients are absolutely delighted with the results that our Technicians and advanced plasma technology can deliver after just one Plasma Pen treatment.

Just take a look at the Before & After page on this website. Most of the results displayed are from single Plasma Pen treatment sessions.

Your treated area may quickly look healed from the outside and our results are often dramatic from day one. However, it’s worth remembering that it takes several weeks and sometimes months for the cells living within your epidermal junction to fully do the job that we have told them to do in traumatising your skin with Plasma Pen. 

We advise all our Technicians, for most Plasma Pen treatments, not to treat anyone for a minimum of eight weeks after their first treatment. Before then, we are unlikely to be able to see and fully appreciate all the results that the first Plasma Pen treatment achieved. Often, at that point, they will tell you that you simply don’t need another treatment on that area because you have indeed achieved optimal results!

Our Plasma Pen treatments are among the fastest available thanks to our spectacular plasma delivery, the incredible ergonomic and lightweight design of our Plasma Pen, the tiniest probes and the best Technician training and support available anywhere from any provider.

There is a range of exclusive treatments available (see our Treatments page) but, to give you some examples, it should require about 30 to 40 minutes to treat your upper or lower eye areas. Procedures like a full neck treatment or a full forehead lift will be longer. Before any Plasma Pen treatment, you will also need to have the area numbed. 

The numbing and pre-treatment products used, the length of your pre-treatment consultation, the forms you will need to complete, the individual Technician and the aftercare advice provided after your Plasma Pen treatment, will all have a bearing on the overall time you will spend with your Technician. Depending on the particular treatment, your objectives and you as an individual, your Technician may recommend more than one Plasma Pen session.

No. Not with a full Plasma Pen treatment anyway. For rejuvenation-only skin treatment – where the skin is not fully broken and the fibroblasts are not targeted – we can treat any skin type. For full Plasma Pen treatment, we only treat skin types 1 to 3 on the Fitzpatrick scale. Your Technician will be able to determine precisely what skin type you are and will likely use one of our professional Skin Type Sensors. 

Treating anyone with darker skin than this with full treatment would put clients at risk of pigmentation. The reason for this is that people with darker skins have melanocytes capable of making large amounts of melanin. When black skin is injured, for example, the melanocytes will usually either hyperpigment or hypopigment. Dark-skinned people have a greater risk of forming keloid and hypertrophic scars too.

As will be discussed in your consultation, certain skin types heal at different rates. For example, oily-skinned clients may take longer to heal. Our Technicians give a great deal of consideration to clients who are contraindicated and/or who may have sensitivities. This will be discussed with you before any Plasma Pen treatments and you should be completely honest and transparent in your responses.

Clients with compromised immune systems may also take longer to heal and may not always achieve the results they expect due to their lymphatic system not working properly. Without a fully functioning lymphatic system, the cells responsible for the four phases of our the healing process (coagulation, inflammation, cell regeneration and tissue maturation) cannot always fully do their job properly. This means that the rejuvenation, lifting and tightening of the skin may not then give the same level of results that are common with our Plasma Pen treatments.

If you have any doubts or concerns, please contact us with your questions and we will do our best to give you the information you need.

A Plasma Pen treatment is not expensive given the amazing results our Technicians will deliver for you. On average, most new single Plasma Pen treatments are priced by our Elite Technicians at around £500 per area, per treatment. If you take the upper or lower eyelids (non-surgical blepharoplasty) as an example, the equivalent price for an invasive cosmetic surgery procedure of that nature is £3,000 to £6,000. So the price is relative. 

More complex and time-consuming procedures, such as a full facelift, a neck or a forehead lift, breast lift or a jawline augmentation will likely be priced significantly higher. That’s because there is a great deal more time and work required. Equally, an Oral Commissures treatment, for example, might be priced much lower. 

Most Technicians will offer discounts for booking extra Plasma Pen treatments, receiving multiple procedures spread over a course of treatment or also having worked on a smaller area alongside your main treatment. Here is a list of treatments our Technicians deliver daily.

Plasma Pen is a highly sought-after, in-demand and en vogue treatment that is not over-commercialised. Consider the many expensive and invasive alternatives out there, like cosmetic surgery. Think about the short-term results but the long-term expense of some treatments, like fillers and botox. Plus, think about other services and solutions that are often grossly inferior to ours or at least incomparable. 

Price integrity among our Technicians is important because they all make a considerable financial and time investment to deliver Plasma Pen treatments. Not just in terms of the equipment and training they invest in but in the insurance and all the pre- and post-treatment products they use on you. Not to mention the overhead costs of just delivering Plasma Pen treatments to you in a safe, hygienic, insured and professional way. 

The results that are possible with Plasma Pen are stunning and our Technicians make enormous efforts to deliver you highly detailed consultations, the best aftercare, the most professional follow-up, and well-devised and executed Plasma Pen treatment plans that deliver the results you expect and deserve.

Our Technicians have the world’s best plasma device. They have the best training and support. They offer the best solution that savvy clients like you want. It’s an age-old adage but if you buy cheap you will buy twice. Please don’t compromise on quality by buying a cheap treatment with an unknown plastic device. You have too much to lose if it all goes wrong. You could suffer micro-pigmentation, scarring or a number of other negative consequences.

Ask yourself this: if you needed a tooth extraction, would you pay your dentist a fair price to do it safely, perfectly and in a fully insured and painless way or would you instead choose to go to a backstreet provider using a pair of pliers? When you think of it in those terms, it’s a simple decision in reality.

Plasma Pen soft-surgery is widely regarded as one of the best non-surgical treatments for wrinkles. 

Using a gaseous arc of ionized plasma gas that is created by the Plasma Pen device, the plasma energy transfers rapidly to the skin’s outer (epidermal) layer to heat and disrupt the deeper dermal structure via thermal conduction. 

This creates a dual zone of micro-trauma consisting of superficial micro-damage to the epidermis and inner thermal modification within the dermis; especially to the fibroblasts, which is why it is often referred to as Plasma Pen fibroblasting.

There is a wide range of medi-aesthetic treatments and cosmeceutical solutions available for the softening, reduction and/or elimination of wrinkles. Some of the state-of-the-art, non-surgical Plasma Pen treatments include:

  • Mesotherapy
  • Laser treatment
  • Dermabrasion
  • RF (Radio-frequency) skin tightening

Fibroblasting helps deliver an immediate lift and tightening of loose skin, significantly combats photo-ageing and eliminates most superficial wrinkles (rhytids). It then stimulates extensive dermal remodelling over the next three months, which includes new collagen synthesis, the production of elastin and increased cross-linking between collagen and elastin. 

Collectively, this helps strengthen, plump, inflate and lift the skin’s structure above to reduce, soften and even eliminate wrinkles. It also encourages the binding of hyaluronic acid with water to help fill, inflate and plump wrinkles in the treatment area. The dermis becomes stronger and more flexible and this all underpins the partial-to-complete elimination of medium-depth wrinkles alongside a marked improvement and softening of deep wrinkles.

Plasma Pen also helps to activate and release important proteins in the dermis that regulate cell maturation and encourages extensive tissue regeneration and repair. All these positive changes underpin future tissue stability and help prevent and slow down many of the negative effects of ageing that cause wrinkles in the first place.

  • Soft-surgery significantly shrinks and tightens sagging skin
  • Proven, natural-looking results for jaw augmentation
  • Dermal filler injections directly into the jawline for a natural look
  • A melting agent applied to the neck and chin helps diminish fats

One of the most effective ways to non-surgically tighten and augment a jawline is with a Plasma Pen soft-surgery procedure that significantly shrinks and tightens drooping and saggy skin. It pulls the skin directly into the jawline, neck and ear to provide more definition and to smooth the contours of the mandible. 

Other popular options include the application of neurotoxins to the masseter muscles, the injection of dermal fillers directly to the jawline, the use of surgical threads, radiofrequency and a melting agent known as Kybella (deoxycholic acid) that is applied to neck and chin fat.

Soft-surgery is arguably the most effective and least invasive facelift option:

  • Versatile, comprehensive and high impact
  • Skin tightening, skin lifting and rejuvenation
  • Safe, cost-effective with minimal downtime

Compared to a full surgical facelift non-invasive Plasma Pen soft-surgery is arguably the most versatile, comprehensive and high impact alternative available. Non-surgical facelifts with Plasma Pen deliver a wide range of clinical outcomes simultaneously, including skin tightening, skin lifting, rejuvenation, revitalisation, regeneration and smoothing. 

Plasma Pen is a very safe, quick and cost-effective treatment with minimal downtimes and little to no pain or discomfort. Plasma Pen results are natural-looking and often long-lasting.

To look younger without surgery, you need to look after your skin. Follow these steps for healthier-looking skin:

  • Avoid sun damage as this speeds up ageing
  • Get a good night’s sleep – sleep deprivation is bad for your skin
  • Avoid stress wherever possible
  • Avoid excessive air pollution, smoking and alcohol
  • Ensure you have a good diet – bad nutrition will show in your skin
  • A good skincare regime each day is important

Although not always easy to avoid, the above are the main extrinsic factors behind skin ageing. There are intrinsic factors too, which include the natural ageing process and our genetic disposition.

All of these effects can be combated not just with a better lifestyle and skincare programme but with next-generation Plasma Pen treatments that can repair and rollback many of the negative signs of ageing. Plasma Pen treatments can even prevent (or at least slow down) many of the future negative effects we are likely to experience – especially the premature degeneration of dermal elastic tissue (elastotic change).

Plasma Pen can lift, tighten, regenerate and repair practically any area of the skin. It spectacularly improves and brightens skin tone, laxity and texture, whilst dramatically reducing and plumping out lines and wrinkles.

Plasma Pen fibroblasting and soft-surgery sublimation can address damaged or unhealthy skin, treat an extensive range of skin conditions and deliver a brighter, more contoured and youthful appearance. All with virtually immediate and incredibly long-lasting results, without the need for fillers, suturing, scalpels, injectable anaesthetics or costly and invasive surgery.

Plasma Pen has an unrivalled level of precision and success in treating and preventing crow’s feet wrinkles and offers short downtimes and optimal results. Plasma Pen soft-surgery sublimation immediately contracts, tightens and resurfaces the epidermal tissue around crow’s feet wrinkles by delivering controlled, precision trauma to the skin using a gaseous arc of ionized plasma gas – all created by the Plasma Pen device.

This helps deliver immediate lift and skin tightening, significantly combats photo-ageing and eliminates most if not all of the superficial wrinkles (rhytids). Since it also heats and disrupts the deeper dermal structure via thermal conduction (thus creating a dual zone of micro-trauma comprising of superficial micro-damage to the epidermis and inner thermal modification within the dermis) it stimulates extensive dermal remodelling over the next three months. This includes new collagen synthesis, the production of elastin and increased cross-linking between the collagen and elastin.

This process strengthens, plumps, inflates and lifts the skin’s structure. It also encourages the binding of hyaluronic acid with water which fills, inflates and plumps crow’s feet wrinkles. The dermis subsequently becomes stronger and more flexible. All of this underpins the partial-to-complete elimination of medium-depth wrinkles and delivers a marked improvement and softening of deep wrinkles in the area. This is a very important outcome with crow’s feet because they are often deeper-looking and more prominent than other wrinkles because the skin is very thin and less oily in that area.

Plasma Pen also helps activate and release important proteins in the dermis that regulate cell maturation and encourage extensive tissue regeneration and repair. All of these positive changes underpin future tissue stability and help to prevent and slow down many of the negative ageing effects that contribute towards crow’s feet. These include the loss of collagen and elasticity we experience as we grow older.

  • Soft-surgery contracts, tightens and resurfaces loose tissue
  • Controlled trauma eliminates most superficial wrinkles
  • The process strengthens, plumps, inflates and lifts the skin’s structure
  • It prevents and slows down many of the negative effects of ageing

The best way to tighten loose skin on the face is with a Plasma Pen soft-surgery treatment. This procedure immediately contracts, tightens and resurfaces the loose epidermal tissue on the face. It does so by delivering controlled trauma to the skin using a gaseous arc of ionized plasma gas, all created and delivered with precision by the Plasma Pen device. The plasma energy transfers rapidly to the skin’s outer (epidermal) layer and, simultaneously, heats and disrupts the deeper dermal structure via thermal conduction.

This creates a dual zone of micro-trauma consisting of superficial micro-damage to the epidermis and inner thermal modification within the dermis. Especially to the fibroblasts, which is why it is often referred to as “Plasma Pen fibroblasting”. This delivers immediate lift and tightening of loose skin on the face, significantly combats photo-ageing and eliminates most superficial wrinkles (rhytids).

The fibroblasting process then stimulates extensive dermal remodelling over the next three months, which includes new collagen synthesis, the production of elastin and increased cross-linking between the collagen and elastin. Collectively, this all helps strengthen, plump, inflate and lift the skin’s structure. 

It also encourages the binding of hyaluronic acid with water to help fill, inflate and plump wrinkles in the treatment area. The dermis becomes stronger and more flexible and this all underpins the partial-to-complete elimination of medium-depth wrinkles, alongside a marked improvement and softening of deep wrinkles.

Plasma Pen also helps activate and release important proteins in the dermis that regulate cell maturation and encourages extensive tissue regeneration and repair. All these positive changes underpin future tissue stability and help prevent and slow down many of the negative effects of ageing, which directly contribute towards loose skin like the loss of collagen and elasticity.

  • Typically costs between £500 and £1,250
  • Delivered by Plasma Pen Technician

Non-surgical jaw sculpting with a plasma pen treatment (the most effective way to sculpt a jawline non-surgically) typically costs between £500 and £1,250 depending on the patient, the number of treatments required and the length and complexity of treatment required to deliver the most optimal/desired result. 

The results are very long-lasting and effective, so those figures compare very favourably against surgical options and other medi-aesthetic procedures. Many of which often require an ongoing and costly programme of work and some of which can be very painful, come with significant downtime, and may only provide relatively short-term results.

FAQs: Fibroblasting

Frequently asked questions about fibroblasts and fibroblasting

Fibroblasts are the most common cells of connective tissue in the body and the only ones that can make Type III collagen. This type of collagen helps to minimise fine lines, wrinkles and micro-furrows and improves the elasticity, suppleness and hydration of our skin. Most fibroblasts are inactive and will not produce collagen unless they are specifically reactivated by a wound healing process or inflammatory response. Fibroblasting is the art of reactivating this production process, for smoother and more lifted-looking skin.

Clients tend to report a mild level of discomfort, rather than pain. The process itself is non-contact and the plasma gas creates a very rapid, controlled wound to the skin across the whole area to be treated. It feels similar to a pinprick and a mild numbing agent is applied to alleviate this. The healing process itself is again not considered to be painful, but slightly uncomfortable.

Fibroblasting treatment is not permanent. The Plasma Pen treatment, carried out using an approved device, usually lasts between three and nine months. The treatment is intended to freshen, lift and tighten the skin, whilst still allowing for the natural ageing process to take place.

Fibroblasting skin treatment is perfectly safe. Plasma Pen creates a controlled wound using plasma gas and is entirely non-contact. The wound is immediately cauterised which minimises the risk of infection. All Technicians are trained in our academy by Master Trainers and adhere to a strict safety and hygiene policy with routine checks.

This is entirely dependant on your Technician. All Plasma Pen approved Technicians operate from their independent salons and offer individual price points.

FAQs: Technicians

Frequently asked questions from aspiring Technicians

The Fitzpatrick Skin Type is a skin classification system developed in 1975 by Thomas Fitzpatrick, MD, of Harvard Medical School. Based on the Fitzpatrick Skin Type Scale, only skin types I, II and III can safely be treated with Plasma Pen. Anything higher and you are risking hyperpigmentation or hypopigmentation.

Some providers claim to be able to treat any skin type. This is generally untrue or at the very least misleading. It is usually only because they are perhaps selling medical-grade devices to cosmetic surgeons (who are then able to self-prescribe and fix any damage that they do) and/or because the treatments they are performing are merely “spray” rejuvenation only. In other words, they are not targeting the dermis and are only working on the epidermis.

The fact is that people with darker skins have melanocytes capable of making large amounts of melanin. When dark/black skin is injured (i.e. through the micro-trauma we create with Plasma Pen), these melanocytes can hyperpigment or hypopigment. This is because a combination of the inflammatory response and ultraviolet causes the inflammation to disrupt the basal cell layer.

Melanin pigment is then released but subsequently, it can become trapped by macrophages in the papillary layer. Once the wound healing has completed and the junction repaired then the melanin pigment granules can be caught within the dermal layer with no way of escape and this can cause pigmentation issues.

We will come on to how to determine skin types below but if someone is a borderline III/IV skin type then there are possibly some things you can do. For example, using tyrosinase inhibitors in advance (you can see a good article on those here). 

A client who has perhaps spent time in the sun recently may perhaps present as darker than their true skin type so, in these instances, you should at least delay their procedure. Encourage them to stay out of the sun in the meantime so that their skin returns to a treatable type in the area you are performing the Plasma Pen treatment. 

However, like any important contraindication, if there is any doubt about treatment then you should not treat. If there is clear Indian or African ancestry then the chances are probably high that you will not be able to treat safely.

In terms of how to determine skin types, you should buy an electronic skin type sensor from us. These are available for just £35 plus VAT and you can message us here to buy one. These should be used on the area being treated (after any make-up has been removed). This should give you an immediate and strong guide to their skin type.

We strongly recommend that all Plasma Pen Elite Technicians complete the following questionnaire with their clients in conjunction with their electronic skin sensor to accurately determine their skin tone. We use an enhanced questionnaire format that also accounts for recent sun exposure. Our quiz measures three key components: (i) their genetic disposition, (ii) their reaction to sun exposure, and (iii) their recent tanning habits.

Skin types range from the very fair (Type I) to the very dark (Type VI).

So grab a piece of paper, keep score as you go along, and get your client to answer all of the following questions honestly. You should keep this as a record and this questionnaire is available from us as a free branded document for all our Technicians:

PART ONE: GENETIC DISPOSITION

(1) What is your eye colour?

Light blue, light gray or light green = 0

Blue, grey or green = 1

Hazel or light brown = 2

Dark brown = 3

Brownish black = 4

 

(2) What is your natural hair colour?

Red or light blonde = 0

Blonde = 1

Dark blonde or light brown = 2

Dark brown = 3

Black = 4

 

(3) What is your natural skin colour (i.e. before sun exposure)?

Ivory white = 0

Fair or pale = 1

Fair to beige, with golden undertone = 2

Olive or light brown = 3

Dark brown or black = 4

 

(4) How many freckles do you have on unexposed areas of your skin?

Many = 0

Several = 1

A few = 2

Very few = 3

None = 4

Total score for genetic disposition: _______

 

PART TWO: SUN EXPOSURE

(1) How does your skin/face respond to the sun?

Always burns, blisters and peels = 0

Often burns, blisters and peels = 1

Burns moderately = 2

Burns rarely, if at all = 3

Never burns = 4

 

(2) Does your skin tan?

Never – I always burn = 0

Seldom = 1

Sometimes = 2

Often = 3

Always = 4

 

(3) How deeply do you tan?

Not at all or very little = 0

Lightly = 1

Moderately = 2

Deeply = 3

My skin is naturally dark = 4

 

(4) How sensitive is your face to the sun?

Very sensitive = 0

Sensitive = 1

Normal = 2

Resistant = 3

Very resistant/Never had a problem = 4

Total score for reaction to sun exposure: _______

 

PART THREE: TANNING HABITS

(1) When did you last expose your body to sun/tanning cream/tanning injections/sunbeds?

More than 3 months ago = 0

2-3 months ago = 1

1-2 months ago = 2

Less than a month ago = 3

Less than 2 weeks ago = 4

 

(2) Did you expose the area you wish to be treated by Plasma Pen to the sun?

No/Never = 0

Hardly = 1

Sometimes = 2

Often = 3

Always = 4

Total score for Tanning Habits: _______

TOTAL SCORE FOR PART ONE, PART TWO AND PART THREE:  _________

 

Now correlate the above score to the following to determine their skin type:

Type I: 0 to 6 points (light, pale white)

Always burns easily, never tans.

 

Type II: 7 to 12 points (white, fair)

Always burns easily, tans minimally.

 

Type III: 13 to 18 points (medium white to olive)

Burns moderately, tans gradually.

 

Type IV: 19 to 24 points (olive, moderate brown)

Burns minimally, tans well.

 

Type V: 25 to 30 points (brown, dark brown)

Burns rarely, tans profusely.

 

Type VI: 31+ points (very dark brown to black, black)

Never burns, deep pigmentation.

 

You can see an image here which is a good visual guide.

Remember, you may only treat skin types I, II and III with Plasma Pen.

Our branded Louise Walsh International Silver Colloidal Gel with Aloe Vera is an over-the-counter product that does not require a prescription. It is a transparent jelly that stays on the skin much longer than it would in liquid form. It is odourless, does not stain and is a powerful and natural anti-bacterial/anti-viral product. The two main active ingredients, colloidal silver and aloe vera, work in tandem to soothe inflamed skin and heal it quickly. This is why we now recommend it as part of the patient aftercare regime over dry healing.

Aloe vera is known for its ability to regenerate cells, increase oxygen flow and stimulate fibroblasts which aid the production of collagen. It is a natural moisturiser and a soothing, calming gel that promotes skin healing. This element of our ingredients is very important as the aloe vera leaf used contains over 75 nutrients, 20 minerals, 12 vitamins, 18 amino acids and around 200 active enzymes. All of which provide tremendous benefits, most importantly the ability to speed up the recovery of skin wounds and the stimulation of cellular growth and rejuvenation. The aloe vera in our colloidal gel also has a powerful antioxidant effect.

Colloidal silver is made up of nano-sized particles of pure silver which are suspended in highly purified water. Silver ions possess antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties. They help to stimulate cell regeneration, promote healing and gently fight bacterial, viral and fungal conditions without any side effects. In our form, the gel is applied as a topical agent and is not to be ingested.

Once applied and left to quickly dry, our Louise Walsh International Silver Colloidal Gel leaves a protective coating that is designed to act as a barrier against infection. It helps speed up skin healing and these two primary active substances offer amazing skin protection benefits. These include tissue healing, anti-inflammatory properties, sun-protection, improved skin metabolism, increased moisture retention and also disinfectant properties.

Our product is supplied in special airless pump tubes to prevent any cross-contamination and oxygenation.

Technicians and clients can contact us here to order our Colloidal Silver Gel with Aloe Vera here until our webshop goes live.

We fully recommend LWI Silver Colloidal Gel.

We used to recommend dry healing and this is still an effective measure but best practice moves forward constantly. From our expert medical advice, and feedback from thousands and thousands of treatments, we now recommend the use of our Louise Walsh International Silver Colloidal Gel. 

This is because the main way of preventing a scab from becoming a scar is by promoting tissue repair. Your body has its own natural ability to heal and sometimes too much help from us can irritate the scab and make your client more susceptible to scarring. But there is a middle ground, so we say that all clients should keep the scab moist by applying our Silver Colloidal Gel with Aloe Vera up to three times per day. 

If a scab and the surrounding area is kept moist then not only will the client experience relief from possible itching but it will also help expedite a scar-free healing process. Leaving a scab to continually dry out can mean the healing process takes longer. The longer the healing process the greater the chance of scarring.

We also advise Technicians to help clients take the heat out of the micro-burns, especially following blepharoplasty treatments and any treatments on or around the periorbital and infraorbital region – by using our LWI Aloe Vera eye masks. This will help prevent inflammation and greatly reduce the threat of scarring. 

If possible, we also recommend you ask your clients to take a high dose of Vitamin C supplements throughout the healing process. This will help give their immune system a big boost. In turn, this helps them to repair and also helps avoid hyperpigmentation.

Until our webshop goes live in the coming weeks, you can just submit a form asking to order any of these products directly here and we will sort it out for you.

Technically there’s no limit. Especially since our Plasma Pen is so incredibly ergonomic, easy and rapid to use. With Plasma Pen you’ll find treating clients far less taxing than you would with any other device. But we do stress that your last Plasma Pen treatment of the day should always be delivered at the same high standard as your first treatment of the day. So never over-extend yourself. 

Some treatments may take 30 minutes, others may take a couple of hours. It all depends on what procedures you are performing, the depth and length of your pre- and post-consultations and several other factors. So be sure to manage your time – and your client’s time – effectively.

You can get in touch with us in a variety of ways below. We are always happy to help and will be delighted to have a friendly, no-obligation chat with you at your convenience and/or invite you into one of our academies for a free taster session:

 

  • Phone: +44 (0)1704 579 800
  • Email: training@plasmapenuk.com
  • Web: www.plasmapenuk.com
  • Facebook: facebook.com/LouiseWalshPlasmaPen
  • Twitter: twitter.com/PlasmaPen
  • LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/LouiseWalshOfficial

 

Address: Global HQ & Flagship Training Academy, 42-46 Station Road, Ainsdale, Southport PR8 3HW

Whether you are certified as an Elite Technician or as a Master Technician, you will be trained to exacting standards in all aspects of Plasma Pen pre-treatment, treatment and post-treatment. Every highly-vetted Technician successfully trained by the expert team here at Louise Walsh International leaves us as an official Plasma Pen artist and Technician. 

You will be fully qualified in the theory, science, technique, treatment and aftercare involved in using our Plasma Pen device, methodology and technique for non-surgical blepharoplasty, fibroblasting, skin-lifting, rejuvenation and soft-surgery plasma sublimation. We also certify the purchase of an official German Manufactured and CE Certified Plasma Pen by Louise Walsh International and provide a full warranty.

Our Elite Technician course is the first course you will attend (and for many the only course). Once completed, you leave fully qualified, certified and completely capable of professionally delivering Plasma Pen treatments. Especially those relating to the upper facial, midfacial and lower facial areas. These constitute the bulk of treatment for most Technicians – see available treatments.

At your discretion – and when the time is right for you – then you may choose to complete our Master Technician course and become recertified accordingly. Among many elements and additional modules, this advanced course involves a much deeper dive into all of the science and theory behind our Plasma Pen treatments and techniques. Plus, we focus a great deal on the more complex, more challenging, more high-value and/or niche treatments such as facelifts, stomachs, arms and breast lifts to name but a few.

Our Master Technicians all adhere to the highest possible standards across their own business and, in return, are usually able to charge a premium for their Plasma Pen treatments. Outside of promotions and offers, we expect all our Master Technicians to maintain price integrity and not over-commoditise Plasma Pen treatments. They are supposed to be the best, not the cheapest. 

All Master Technicians provide us with ongoing examples of their work portfolio so we can continually assess, validate and provide feedback (we encourage our Elite Technicians to do the same). Master Technicians renew their status with us annually by completing paid refresher training and re-validation to ensure they remain at the top of their game and pursue continuous professional development. 

They understand that should they ever fail to deliver work to the exceptionally high standards we expect of our Master Technicians then this higher status of certification can potentially be suspended either temporarily or permanently.

No. Many insurers have specific standards and backgrounds they require. Most expect practitioners to be NVQ level 3 or equivalent, although certain other qualifications and experience are acceptable. We can guide you through all of this. We do, however, work with a major insurer who has so much faith in our Plasma Pen device and our training to insure anyone who has been successfully trained and certified by Louise Walsh International and that is quite a coup. 

Ultimately though, as the market leader and business with an outstanding reputation, we perform careful vetting and due diligence on all our potential Plasma Pen Technicians. We have our absolute minimum standards that we require for you to even book onto one of our training courses, let alone pass. We are utterly focussed on protecting our brand and, most importantly, protecting the end customers who receive Plasma Pen treatments 

We see and hear horror stories all the time of people who have endured treatment with poor devices and training from elsewhere. For all our Technicians, becoming qualified and accredited in Plasma Pen by Louise Walsh International means something. It’s the gold standard, especially to the end customers.

The best thing you can do if you are unsure about whether you have the capability, existing background and/or qualifications is to just reach out to us. We can go through everything with you, in person, including what our expectations are and what we will require of you. If it turns out that you’re not quite ready, then no problem. We will work with you to help get you ready as quickly as possible. You have to be comfortable and capable of delivering high-quality treatments. Otherwise, Plasma Pen will just not be for you or your clients.

Remember too that if it seems too good to be true then – sorry – but it probably is! If you’ve been offered what sounds like an incredibly low price for training and/or equipment compared to us, the market leader, and even to our well-known competitors, then the chances are that it’s probably not worth investing in. Either for yourself or for your customers. 

Quality plasma equipment and professional training have distinct value as does the value/price of your services to end clients when you commercialise world-class treatment and results using the very best tools and training. If you buy cheap you will likely buy twice. You’d never dream of using a blowtorch to perform laser eye surgery, so why do the equivalent in this field?

The best thing you can do is simply book a completely free taster session with us, see our Plasma Pen device in action and judge for yourself.

When you buy a Plasma Pen you get the absolute very best. The Rolls Royce of plasma.

Firstly, you get full and comprehensive training and certification from the best in the world. That will be either as an Elite Technician, Master Technician or Master Trainer.

You will, of course, get the German manufactured and CE Certified Plasma Pen device itself. Your Plasma Pen comes with a full manufacturer’s warranty and a luxury aluminium briefcase/kit box which contains a Plasma Pen dock, aftercare products and the relevant, UL Certified plug for your country. We also supply you with all the branded collateral you will need to provide professional and insured treatments. These include aftercare sheets, consent forms, contraindications and consultation forms. We can also supply you with bespoke sales and marketing collateral.

All new Technicians may take advantage of one free Plasma Pen treatment for themselves during their training.

Finally, you join a bustling and worldwide Plasma Pen community that collaborates across all areas of best practice and technique. We are the biggest, brightest, best and the most active across social media and are famed for our almost 24/7 one-to-one support. We do our level best to be on hand for you, online and offline, to answer any questions or challenges you have. We also push a lot of business directly through to our Technicians, Agents and Distributors and this is something we continue to ramp up.

Why not ask us about our ‘Business In A Box’ sales and marketing solution if you’re keen to supercharge your operation commercially and even feature heavily on our website and elsewhere?

Yes. We offer every new Technician one free Plasma Pen treatment for themselves during their training. We know this is very important to new Technicians because it’s easier to be evangelical about a treatment and explain how it feels to a client when you’ve had the treatment yourself. You are the best example you could ever provide.

If you were to ever visit us as a model, pay for treatment and then later become a Technician, we would simply deduct what you paid for one Plasma Pen treatment, at the model rate you paid, from your purchase of our Plasma Pen device and training.

All new Technicians are welcome to bring along models with them, perhaps friends or family members, and they will also get the model rate that we charge on training days. While many providers will only show you a demo of their device, with us you will carry out live, real-world Plasma Pen treatments yourself during your training with us on models, under our close supervision and support.

Absolutely not – at least not on your face or neck.

Plasma Pen reserves the right to cease trade with any Technician found to be performing treatments on their own face as it is dangerous and ill-advised. With our Plasma Pen device, you do not touch the skin with our probe. Even with the best will, lighting and mirrors it is virtually impossible to perform safe and effective treatments on your own face to a safe standard. It’s very difficult to judge distance correctly and to work with precision.

Remember that when you join us you’re joining a huge global community of Technicians who support and empower each other. Local Technicians often treat each other for free or at cost, especially while they build their portfolio. You’ll meet some incredible like-minded people on your training and you’ll have a lot of fun!

Potentially. We are often asked by distributors, chains of clinics/spas and plastic surgeon groups if we can provide our Plasma Pen to them under their own branding. This is something we have done when enough pens are purchased from us (we would never do it for a small volume) and where there is no competitive crossover. 

We always offer economies of scale and significant value-adds for major purchases and white labelling is indeed something we can discuss with you if it is of interest, along with a lot of other exciting options. As long as we complement each other, there is no commoditization, and Technicians and clients enjoy the same exacting standards of quality, service and results that we demand, then we’re always happy to listen to your ideas. 

Contact us if this is something you’d like to know more about.

Yes, absolutely. We already have numerous agents, distributors and master trainers around the world – some exclusive, some non-exclusive. We’re always happy to consider new territories, new options and new alternatives. We have built several highly innovative remuneration models too which help our partners really flex their capital and enjoy stunning financial returns. 

We support all our partners heavily, wherever they are, and we are always happy to discuss our ideas – and yours – with you. Please get in touch with us to discuss things as we’re certain you’ll love what we have to say.

Firstly, that’s an interesting turn of phrase since many other pens are just that: “light” pens. These are not actually true plasma pens.

Whether you’re looking to step-up to Plasma Pen from another device or are just moving into this space anew, we are happy to invite anyone to a completely free taster session where you can personally audit our Plasma Pen, training, live treatments and even our team and infrastructure. 

We’ll show you everything for free and without any obligation – including competitive devices. When we launched, we invited over 100 expert Technicians to make an unbiased choice between purchasing Plasma Pen and the device of our nearest competitor for the same price. A resounding 100% of them chose Plasma Pen by Louise Walsh International. That’s incredible product validation.

Louise Walsh International fully released its Plasma Pen in November 2017 and we emphatically believe – as do hundreds of expert aestheticians, clinicians, cosmetic surgeons and other beauty and spa gurus from all over the globe – that it is by far the world’s most advanced plasma device. 

Just look at the testimonials page on this website! We are already the clear market leader and the unwavering feedback is that our device is superior to anything else on the market. That’s because of its stunning innovations, its many ingenious features, and all the other major advances that you simply won’t get anywhere else. 

Some of the standout features and benefits include:

  • Lightweight, ergonomic and intelligent design making it much easier, faster and comfortable to use than alternatives.
  • The most efficient, reliable, consistent, precise and effective delivery of plasma.
  • Tiny 0.4mm probes which underpin super-precision treatment and significantly extend the scope of what Plasma Pen treatments and results are possible.
  • Unique screw-in probes with zero wastage that can be bent, adapted and directed at will to empower Technicians with the ability to perform the most meticulous procedures.
  • CE Certified pen developed, designed and built exclusively for Louise Walsh International in Germany.
  • A Plasma Pen that has finally been devised, created and pre-calibrated from the ground up with Technicians in mind.
  • No rush to market. We have tested every element of the device to destruction and given significant thought to every single area of its aesthetic and ergonomic design; from its weight in your hand, the type of metal used on the casing, the position of the plasma delivery button, how the button feels to depress, and even how it can simply be plugged in directly from anywhere in the world without the need for a converter. Our pen is ‘plug and play’ wherever you are.
  • Zero failures and zero fault issues thanks to high-quality German manufacturing and robust testing. All our devices come with a full manufacturer’s warranty.
  • Dramatically improved client procedures due to the more rapid, more precise and more elaborate treatment afforded by smaller ‘spots’, superior techniques and spectacular plasma delivery.
  • As a Technician, using Plasma Pen is much easier (and faster) due to its design and this is better for clients as they enjoy quicker and less painful treatments.
  • Not tiring or cumbersome to use as some other devices can be. Why would you want to work for hours on end using a device the size of a large kettle? You won’t hear of anyone getting electric shocks from our device either. Even our plugs are UL Certified, so you don’t have to use a converter with Plasma Pen. That is where faults can lie with other devices.
  • Shorter patient downtimes, faster recovery and improved results in the short, medium and long term – all demonstrated time and time again across thousands of treatments.
  • All the world-class training, global infrastructure and customer-centric support you expect from Louise Walsh and Louise Walsh International – the domain expert in this field.
  • UK-based business with global reach that can offer and arrange finance, lease, rental, insurance and many other vital commercial options to all new Technicians.

We’ll do the “Pepsi Challenge” with any other device. The differences are chalk and cheese but our prices are highly competitive, especially when you get direct in-country support, finance options and even direct insurance where required.

Nokia used to be the best mobile phone and the market leader. Then Apple came along and changed the game entirely. That didn’t make Nokia bad – you could still send texts, make calls, use the internet – but it’s just a fact that Apple tapped into what the market wanted and needed. Their device was well devised and better designed. 

Apple created something sleek and ergonomic that was significantly better made and responded far better to what the networks and users wanted. It allowed people to do more, faster, easier, better and in a more enjoyable way. It delivered results and everything they did was geared towards quality. Plasma Pen is the equivalent of Apple in this regard and, when you’re trained by Louise Walsh International, it’s like Steve Jobs personally showing you how to use your iPhone!

Come see us and Plasma Pen for yourself at a free taster session. We’ll let you judge for yourself, with no obligation. You are welcome to come and see the difference between our Plasma Pen and other devices. Come and meet Louise, the team, the trainers, see live treatments in action and even audit our training, support and infrastructure. 

We’re probably unique in doing this because we’re 100% confident that you’ll come back, book your training with us and purchase our Plasma Pen device. That’s simply what happens time and time again. Why eat luncheon meat when you can eat steak?

Sorry, you’ve been misled. If it’s too good to be true then it usually is. We’ve all seen RRP £10,000 Rolex watches for sale on Facebook for £50 but they’re not authentic and usually break within five minutes.

Given our success, our total market domination, our global brand and the incredible demand for our Plasma Pen device among clients and Technicians, it comes as no surprise that we often see fraudulent “bait and switch” style activity from individuals and businesses who are, falsely, claiming to sell our Plasma Pens and/or provide Plasma Pen training.

The fact is that the ONLY place to buy the official Plasma Pen, training and product is direct via Louise Walsh International. Nowhere else. We DO NOT have agents selling our pens independently. We do not sell them on eBay or Amazon or any third party sites like that. And the only places that authorised training and certification in Plasma Pen are delivered is either at our Global Head Office in Southport or our official training academies around the UK and elsewhere – all of which are fully endorsed and run by us and our team directly and never by anyone else. Even then, all bookings for non-Head Office courses and the delivery of all our devices and products to you are entirely handled from us at our Head Office.

The bottom line is if you’re not purchasing a Plasma Pen and training or product from Louise Walsh International then it is highly likely to be fake, a scam or some other kind of ruse. Anyone claiming to be working independently with Louise Walsh’s permission and selling Plasma Pen and/or training in Plasma Pen is defrauding you. If in doubt always contact us directly.

Every week we see people advertising Plasma Pen, often using our branding and imagery, usually copied from our media. They offer our solution at seemingly low and attractive prices to sucker you in. This is happening on social media, by personal messages or even in person. Sometimes by people claiming to have some kind of distribution deal with us. This is the bait. 

What usually happens then is when you do business with them you are sold a different device and an unrecognised certification. This is the switch. We’ve even seen people offering competitions for free Plasma Pens and free training in return for people sharing and liking a post for what is usually a fake page on Facebook. This is illegal misrepresentation and blatant fraud.  

We work with the authorities and our lawyers to take immediate action to the full force of the law whenever and wherever we see this happening. We work hard to protect our intellectual property, copyright, trademark, brand and, most importantly, our Technicians and customers who want and expect a genuine Plasma Pen and the genuine, world-class training and support we are famed for.

If you see any false promotions, please report them directly to us by email via info@plasmapenuk.com, direct by phone to our Head Office on 01704 579 800 or using the Contact Us section of this website. We will pass it to our lawyers for assessment and action. 

We do not want to see anyone sold the dream of a Plasma Pen and instead receive a cheap plastic spot pen or a lesser device and worthless training, worthless certification and a worthless warranty. Sadly, we have seen it happen many times and have spent a great deal of time working with the victims, their banks, the police and our lawyers to try and help them get recourse.

We thank everyone for their interest and support in making us number one in this market. If you want the best pen, the best training and the best support Plasma Pen by Louise Walsh International is always here for you. But only directly, never by unauthorised third parties. If it’s not black, put it back.

Yes. We offer finance and even offer lease and rental options as well as the insurance you will need to deliver Plasma Pen treatments, which can now even be added to your finance. Other payment solutions may be available directly from Louise Walsh International at our sole discretion. 

The fact is that most Technicians who train with us already have a strong pipeline of business ready to deliver them an immediate return on investment. Which means our finance is often unnecessary given the lucrative and desirable nature of receiving treatment with our Plasma Pen device in the market.

No. It’s fairly common for one or more Technicians from the same business or circle to get trained together and then just purchase maybe one or two Plasma Pens between them.

What is unusual for us though is for us to ever allow any single individual to get trained in Plasma Pen and then not buy our pen. This is only ever allowed if a Technician intended to train first and then go out and ‘drum up’ business to buy our pen later. But even then, that is at our sole discretion and we would not issue certification until that purchase ultimately occurred. 

We are very conscious of protecting our end customers from Technicians being allowed to get to a position where they can leverage our world-class training and then attempt to use our best practice and techniques with a lesser device because. That would be the equivalent of us teaching someone to perform laser eye surgery with the best and safest equipment and then letting them loose to put all that knowledge into practice using a blowtorch!

Ultimately, we have finance, lease and rental options in place to mitigate the need for you to do any of this anyway. If you feel the cost of buying Plasma Pen is a barrier to you, just talk to us. We can often help and, remember, if you buy cheap elsewhere you will buy twice.

No. Plasma Pen is a highly sought-after, in-demand and en vogue treatment and should not be over-commercialised. Especially when you consider the many expensive treatments out there, which are often grossly inferior and incomparable. Price integrity among our Technicians is important and is something we cover in-depth during your training. 

We appreciate that our Technicians make a considerable financial and time investment in Plasma Pen. So we have a whole training module on Plasma Pen commercialisation, which is designed to help you enjoy a rapid return on investment. We supply you with full pricing guidelines during your training for virtually every type of Plasma Pen treatment and work closely with you during and after your training to help you build the very best treatment plans for your clients. 

On average, most new single Plasma Pen treatments are priced by Technicians at around £500 per area per treatment for areas like the upper or lower eyelids (non-surgical blepharoplasty). Bear in mind that the average cost of blepharoplasty with cosmetic surgery is generally between £3,000 and £6,000. The results with Plasma Pen are often better, which is why more and more surgeons are coming directly to us. 

So why charge for a non-invasive and arguably better alternative for less than £500? More complex and time-consuming procedures, such as a full face-lift, a neck or a forehead lift or a jawline augmentation are priced significantly higher (think how much full facelifts cost with a surgeon!). Diametrically, quick Oral Commissures treatment, for example, could be priced lower. Naturally, you may choose to offer discounts to your clients for extra Plasma Pen treatments, multiple procedures spread over a course of treatment, or smaller areas. This will likely be the case while you are building your portfolio.

Pricing your Plasma Pen treatments can be a fine art. It depends on several unique factors, not least the value of your own time, your personal experience/reputation, your level of skill, your overheads, the established market prices of our treatment versus other comparable/available treatments. You have to consider the value of the stunning results possible with Plasma Pen and also the amount of time, effort and money that you decide to invest in delivering highly detailed consultations, the best aftercare, professional follow-up and well-devised and well-executed treatment plans. 

Even factors like your geographic location, whether you are mobile or you have a high-end clinic, other complementary services you provide and indeed the level of competition within your area and client demographics all need to be considered. This can only be balanced by you but, uniquely, we can and do offer advice and support as we are the global experts in this field.

Some Plasma Pen treatments provide instant results and can be performed in isolation. Other procedures are more cumulative in terms of achieving optimal effects over a course of treatments. Some procedures are complementary to each other and ideal to package together in conjunction with other treatments. You may choose to offer them at a discounted/group rate. We will workshop all of this with you during your training.

It is not about being the cheapest. It is about being the best. Our Technicians have the world’s best plasma device. They get the best training and support. They are offering the best solution to savvy clients who want the best treatments. They’ve invested in the best. 

Our experience is that the most commercially successful Plasma Pen Technicians are not those who try to undercut other providers, especially those with grossly inferior devices, but those who instead deliver their clients added-value and enhanced services. 

They deliver more detailed consultations and create innovative Plasma Pen treatment plans. They take their time with their clients, delivering the best pre-treatment and post-treatment advice and product. They offer free follow-ups (an ideal opportunity to book further Plasma Pen treatments) and provide increased value to the many clients who recommend a friend and/or provide testimonials and case studies to generate more new business.

When you’re thinking about pricing, consider the following. Let’s say five people walk into your clinic and ask for upper eyelid blepharoplasty treatment. That should be £500 per treatment, as stated. For argument’s sake, three of those customers think that £500 is too expensive for them and they either decide against it or go elsewhere for a cheaper backstreet treatment that is highly unlikely to give them anything like the results of Plasma Pen. So just two go ahead. 

Compare that to someone charging only £250 where maybe four out of those five same people may buy because it is so cheap. Both scenarios add up to £1000 but for the latter you’re having to work twice as hard to make the same money. Even worse, you’ve devalued yourself and your service. It’s then very hard for you to climb out of that price abyss ever again. 

The price guidelines we give you are guidelines but they are based on completely fair and well-qualified market prices. They take into account the cost of equivalent treatments and solutions, the time you spend, the investment you’ve made in Plasma Pen and a raft of other things. The odd deal or a package price for multiple areas or a course of Plasma Pen treatments is fine but please back yourself and stand firm!

As discussed, we will provide you with detailed price guidelines during your Plasma Pen training but they are exactly that: guidelines. Your creativity and commercial skill will dictate how best you decide to interpret those price guidelines and adapt them to suit you, your business and your clientele. Special offers and reasonable levels of discounting are fine, especially as you build your portfolio and gain experience in the wide range of Plasma Pen treatments. 

We do strongly encourage you to just back yourself as a professional and sell your services for fair market value. No other provider works as closely with their Technicians as we do in terms of showing you the art of the possible. Helping you set fair commercial values for your work/time and even push new business through to you. Many of our hard-working Elite Technicians enjoy monthly incomes upwards of £20k. Some more, some less. 

It all depends on your availability, drive, commercial ability and expectations. You will ultimately get out what you put in. For some Technicians, Plasma Pen is a full-time business for them and they solely focus on it. For others, it can be more of a cottage industry that they fit around other things going on in their lives. Then there are those offering Plasma Pen as part of their overall toolkit within a studio, spa, clinic, surgery or salon.

Please see our Treatments page on this website to get a feel for the most popular Plasma Pen procedures.

You are/will be insured for the treatment and not the device (which is a good thing). We maintain excellent relationships with all the other major insurance providers, including Insync and Hamilton Fraser, and we can help you get covered in this area. We can now even insure you directly since one of the major insurers backs us so strongly that they are happy to insure anyone who has been trained and qualified by Louise Walsh International and who has purchased and used an official Plasma Pen. 

That said, we don’t just let anyone become a Technician. We vet all prospective Technicians heavily before they attend our training, let alone pass! We work closely with all the major insurers to help root out the sea of imitation devices that are often mis-sold as delivering plasma treatment. Most are, at best, only safe to be used on a personal level, maybe for things like mole removal. Like we say: if it’s not black, put it back!

Remember that insurance is ultimately your responsibility once you have completed your training and are ready to perform Plasma Pen treatments. You must never treat anyone without being insured. Although this is your liability, as we say, we do reserve the right to withdraw certification and/or inhibit the sale of probes to any Technician who is found to be wilfully ignoring their professional training by performing uninsured treatments. It’s neither ethical nor legal.

Yes. This is something we cover in great depth with you during your Plasma Pen training, along with many other areas like contraindications.

However, in the UK at least, the law (and indeed the insurance brokers) require you to only use a UK licensed anaesthetic. As long as the cream/gel is obtainable without a prescription and it has a UK licence then you should be covered. If in doubt, it’s always best to check with your insurer and your local authority.

All anaesthetic/numbing creams/medicines are licensed by the MHRA (Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency) as (i) Prescription only, (ii) Pharmacy only (i.e. without a prescription) and (iii) General sales (i.e. available in stores and supermarkets). You should thus, generally, always be covered for (ii) and (iii). 

However, in the current absence of a UK governing body, your work will likely fall under Trading Standards legislation. This is skewed towards the bylaws of each Local Authority. It is prudent for you to check with them in terms of compliance since some Local Authorities in the UK require, for example, your customer to purchase and apply their own anaesthetic/numbing cream.

There are topical anaesthetics available that are licensed but usually indicated for medical use only. These are not for cosmetic purposes, so your Local Authority and Trading Standards may consider them to be “off-label”. Again, always check first. Our position is that as long as you are using MHRA licensed pharmacy or general sales anaesthetics, and you are complying with your unique Local Authority guidelines, then you will have no problems.

Ultimately, our Plasma Pen device is proven to deliver the shortest downtimes, fastest recovery and best results. Plus, it’s just quicker and easier to use. So your clients will find Plasma Pen treatments to be much less painful and traumatic than the alternatives and, in fact, most feedback is that it’s rather pleasant!

Possibly. It depends on who you have been trained by and for what specific device. There are some really poor and/or fake devices and even poorer trainers out there. So, as the market leader and dominant authority in this field, we may not always recognise them. We perform thorough vetting and due diligence on anyone who wishes to be an Elite Technician for Plasma Pen by Louise Walsh International since we have a global brand and reputation to protect. 

We are very different from most providers in the sense that we have little or no interest in profiting from our training. We have our device manufactured especially for us, which we distribute globally, and we are the brand that is the dominant force in this market. For us, our training is delivered to you at cost or less because it’s just commercially sensible for us to do so. We’re in the business of selling the world’s best fibroblasting device, not selling training sessions.

Generally, as long as you have a valid certification for a quality device from a training provider that we recognise then we do not believe that you should then have to pay any extra to receive Plasma Pen certification from us. If your original training was of a sufficient standard it should have been device agnostic. That means you should primarily have been trained in the science and treatment and not just the device. 

All you are doing, in that case, is stepping up to a far superior device and we don’t want to penalise you for that. Instead, we want to reward you and your clients for making a smart decision. Most training delivered elsewhere is a derivative of Louise Walsh International’s training and content anyway since we are the pioneers in this field and we literally wrote the book on it. It’s usually our own best practice, training and thought leadership that’s frequently cloned and regurgitated by others. Which is annoying but also quite flattering and par for the course!

If you have had competent training and are using a valid, known device then we will, generally, be happy to provide you with free refresher training when you upgrade to Plasma Pen. The techniques, treatments and procedures have all been significantly extended with our Plasma Pen device, so it’s worth your while to take advantage of that. 

As long as we are comfortable with the validity and scope of your original training, we see evidence of it and you can prove it was completed within a reasonable period of recency, then we should be able to immediately certify you as a Plasma Pen Technician when you buy our device, subject to discussion. You may even wish to just use your previous experience and go straight for Master Technician status with us.

Many of the providers offering training don’t have their device manufactured (or are perhaps at best selling white-label devices manufactured by others, sometimes by us). This is often why some of them charge more and/or stretch out the length and depth of their training over an extended (and sometimes unnecessary) period of time as they need to justify their increased costs to you. Good luck to them – training is probably their main revenue source and not the device. 

For us, it is the other way around. If this is the case and the focus/cost is largely based on the actual training then that’s brilliant but we would still advise you to exercise caution and think twice before then being pushed into buying a particular device that they probably receive a commission on. If you feel you are being press-ganged into buying a device that you’re not comfortable with then you should ask questions. 

Equally, if you’re approached to get trained with some odd-looking plastic device or to become some kind of “Master Trainer” and are then asked to hand out thousands of pounds for the privilege, this alone should ring major alarm bells. We pay our Master Trainers – they don’t pay us!

Ultimately, these are relatively simple devices, procedures and techniques to learn. We provide Elite Technician training and advanced Master Technician training. But our primary training alone, all underpinned by a great deal of interaction with you before and after the course, is more than enough for 90% of Technicians. 

In effect, when you tally up all the pre-training that we deliver in advance of our full-day intensive Elite Technician training course and you then marry that up with the considerable follow-up provided in the short, medium and long term then we know that our training is about the most comprehensive there is. As you’ll see in our testimonials, we’re always on the end of a phone or social media message too. Plus, we have an active online forum in place on Facebook for all our Technicians and students here.

First and foremost, only ever use an approved Plasma Pen device by Louise Walsh International.

After each treatment, some swelling or redness may occur and this is completely normal but is certainly not to be confused with hyper-pigmentation. The skin type of every client is different and the healing process may, in very rare cases, lead to some skin discolouration, usually of a minor nature. Ordinarily, this should/would only ever occur due to the exposure of the area to UV radiation during the long-term healing process (or perhaps an adverse healing reaction by the client). 

It will not be due to the device and will unlikely ever be caused by the way the treatment has been administered by a trained Technician. Most often, it is simply a result of poor aftercare or a pre-existing contraindication that the client may have failed to divulge or has been ignored. Yet another reason why all Technicians must complete all the appropriate consultation paperwork and take before and after pictures each time.

In general, everyone should use SPF5O sun protection on a day-to-day basis but all Plasma Pen clients should certainly use it for at least 12 to 20 weeks from once the skin has healed (several days after the initial treatment) as part of their aftercare regime. Microdermabrasion, laser skin rejuvenation, chemical peeling or other relevant treatment or prescription medication (perhaps containing Hidroquinona for example) may be advisable after the healing process is complete should hyper-pigmentation ever be the case. 

Asking the client to take a high dose of Vitamin C supplements throughout the healing process can also give their immune system a big boost (which in turn can not just help them to repair but prevent hyperpigmentation). The use of citrus juice, aloe vera and even soy are often cited as good ingredients for preventing hyperpigmentation.

Ultimately, follow your expert training by us, perform thorough consultations and deliver treatments to the exceptional standards that you will be trained to. You and your clients should then not experience any problems in this area. It is always better to under-treat than over-treat, and you must never treat a client above Skin Type III on the Fitzpatrick scale outside of very specific treatments we offer/train you on.

We sell highly accurate electronic skin testing devices for as little as £35 plus VAT. Please contact us for more information and to buy. Make yourself aware of any contraindications during your pre-consultation and familiarise yourself fully with the client’s medical history.

Our overarching advice is to work gently. Use only the appropriate techniques, rhythms and lengths of the pulse shown/taught in your practical training. Deliver the correct intensity treatments for whatever Plasma Pen treatment is required and only ever use an authorised and official Plasma Pen device by Louise Walsh International. 

Give your client in-depth advice on all the appropriate aftercare measures we recommend, ensure their aftercare regime is followed diligently and take the time to see/speak to them post-treatment. Ideally, leave two to four-month windows between treatments on the same area (sometimes it can be less depending on the area treated and how it was treated).

Firstly, if it’s not Plasma Pen by Louise Walsh International then it’s not Plasma Pen. We always say: if it’s not black, put it back!

Our opinion is that the market largely falls into three areas.

 

  1. First, there are the large medical-grade devices which, in many cases, are great and some of them (Plexr for example) have been around for a long time. We’re fans. They generally operate in a different market space to us and some even complement our device and can be used in tandem in certain scenarios. They are usually very expensive, though, are frequently enormous, tend to have gigantic probes and are primarily aimed at cosmetic surgeons and dermatologists. 


They can be imprecise and difficult to use/master and the patient may need to be ‘earthed’ to endure what may be very intense and quite traumatic treatments. The ‘spots’ created by their plasma blasts can be very large and significant training and assistance may be required to use and master them. Their key feature is often the ability to perform skin rejuvenation work, albeit in a fairly ablative way – a little like laser treatment – but quickly since much less precision is needed and they can just spray the outer layer of the skin quickly. 

Some of them deliver very high intensity, very taxing treatments too, which is fine if you are a surgeon who can medically prescribe and reverse/repair any hyperpigmentation or damage retrospectively. But that is certainly not ideal for aestheticians and indeed most of the market, in our opinion. Many of the same cosmetic surgeons and medical professionals come directly to us now anyway as you will see in our testimonials.

 

  1. Next, there is the raft of fakes, copies, clones and questionable devices out there that you may have seen for sale online. These are often just cheap plastic spot pens sold as one thing when they are something else altogether. The truth is you can buy a cheap device from China for a fraction of the price of ours but they’re not Plasma Pen and there are significant risks and dangers in this for patients and providers alike. 

 

Whether you purchase our Plasma Pen device or not, we strongly urge you to avoid this dangerous option. It is not only unprofessional but probably uninsurable. It could be critical to your reputation, may potentially be physically harmful to your clients and, ultimately, is just not what savvy end-customers want anyway. You wouldn’t use a blowtorch to deliver laser eye surgery and it is commercially self-sabotaging. 

If you’re looking to use rogue devices and perform backstreet procedures then we’re not a good fit for each other. While it is theoretically possible, if you see claims that something like a tattoo can be removed with a plasma device then it is a suspect claim. Plasma is an advanced aesthetics procedure designed largely for skin tightening, skin lifting and rejuvenation. So if you’re a professional outfit there’s no need to try and claim it does all sorts of weird and wonderful things.

 

  1. Finally, there are several well-established and generally good devices out there. They mostly do a reasonable job when they work. Their training is usually okay and sometimes great. Using those pens should deliver results that many clients will be happy with, at least in the absence of seeing the results that are possible with Plasma Pen. They may even cost less than Plasma Pen, so please do check them out. We have many of these devices here and are happy to show you the tangible and often dramatic differences between ours and theirs, in person, during your training. Some devices are better than others, so just come to see us and make your own informed decision.

  • You could take a traditional nursing route, bringing practical and academic skills into the aesthetics industry.
  • If you are already working in the beauty space, there are many nationally recognised NVQ courses that can expand your skill set in the aesthetics field.
  • There are opportunities to work in a clinic or spa with an NVQ Level 3 in Beauty Therapy.

Aesthetics is a broad church and there are several routes into it as a career, depending on the field and speciality. Some enter the industry via a traditional nursing route, usually after three years of general nursing experience and, in doing so, they bring tremendous levels of transferable, practical and academic knowledge and experience with them.

Others who are already working in the beauty space often go down the route of completing nationally recognised courses, usually within the NVQ system. Clinics and spas will almost always, for safety, legal and insurance purposes, require a practitioner to at least have completed an NVQ Level 3 in Beauty Therapy from a recognised provider.

They’ll generally also expect a practitioner to have completed other recognised and fully accredited aesthetics training courses in line with the type of treatments and disciplines their clinic or spa offers. These might include Plasma Pen, laser, chemabrasion or micro-needling, as a few examples.

The range and scope of courses and certifications that the individual has completed, balanced against their level of practical work experience, usually has a direct impact on their overall remuneration and employability.

One of the most in-demand and lucrative treatments right now is Plasma Pen. Fully recognised Level 3 and Level 4 training and accreditation is available from Louise Walsh International and this is a great qualification and service offering to add to any aesthetic practitioner’s portfolio.

Fibroblasts are of crucial importance to tissue repair. Our dermis consists of a network of Type I Collagen fibres, Elastin fibres and Hyaluronic Acid, all of which are secreted by fibroblasts. Together they form the Extracellular Matrix (ECM) – a vital part of our skin’s structure.

The function of fibroblasts is to deposit Type 3 Collagen at the site of the wound as this allows it to commence the healing process. Granulation begins when the fibroblasts produce a new ExtraCellular Matrix (ECM) and this developing ECM consists of Type 3 Collagen, Hyaluronic Acid, Elastin and Myofibroblasts.

Over the next 12 weeks, the weaker Type 3 Collagen is replaced by tougher Type 1 Collagen. This is the final stage of wound healing when collagen is remodelled from Type 3 to Type 1 and the wound fully closes.

Fibroblasts are found in the dermal layer of the skin. Our dermis consists of a network of Type I Collagen fibres, Elastin fibres and Hyaluronic Acid. These are all secreted by the fibroblasts present there and, together, they create the Extracellular Matrix (ECM).

  • Fibroblasts are found in connective tissue throughout our body and are a vital part of our Extra Cellular Matrix (ECM).
  • Fibroblasts are activated by chemical signals sent as part of our body’s inflammatory response when the tissue becomes injured and/or experiences trauma.
  • Fibroblasts proliferate and migrate to the wound where, most applicably, they secrete and deposit Type 3 Collagen at the site of the wound.
  • This helps repair damaged tissue as part of the body’s natural wound healing process.
  • In simple terms, fibroblasts are ultimately activated as a consequence of trauma and/or inflammation.