Fibroblast Plasma Skin Tightening


Find the power of Plasma Skin Tightening at Beachside Ink – where science meets beauty. Jasmine is the expert for that treatment and has achieved outstanding and mind-blowing results on her clients.

HOW much does Fibroblast Plasma Skin Tightening COST?

We recognize that pricing is often a primary concern for our clients. However, it's important to note that there is no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to personalized skincare treatments.

Our pricing begins at approximately $700 for a single area, and we offer a variety of combination packages designed to deliver the most effective results at the best value. Each client receives a personalized assessment to ensure that our approach is fully tailored to address your unique skin concerns and needs.

To provide you with an accurate quote that matches your specific requirements, we recommend scheduling a complimentary consultation with us. This will allow us to understand your objectives and recommend the most suitable treatment plan.

What is Fibroblast Plasma Skin Tightening?

Fibroblast Plasma Skin Tightening relies on advanced technology that harnesses the power of energy, also called plasma energy. This has nothing to do with the blood plasma we have in our veins. The word "Plasma" is simply a fancy term for the energy that is applied to your skin.

Plasma Skin Tightening is also called Fibroblast Skin Tightening or Plasma Pen Treatment.

A device called Plasma Pen is used and it discharges a tiny plasma flash (energy, and also referred to as an electrical arch) from the yip of the pen to your skin.

And that`s were the word "plasma" comes from.


When this plasma flash is applied to the skin it builds up a little carbon spot, called Plasma dots.The controlled micro-injuries trigger a natural wound healing response by activating Fibroblasts.

Fibroblasts are collagen-producing cells in the skin and respond by increasing collagen and elastin production. This, in turn, promotes skin regeneration and tightening.

Over time, as the newly produced collagen and elastin fibers organize and mature, the skin undergoes a remodeling process. This results in improved skin texture, reduced wrinkles, and overall skin tightening.

Following the procedure, small carbon crusts may form on the treated areas as a part of the natural healing process. These crusts protect the underlying skin during the initial stages of recovery.


Fibroblast Plasma Skin Tightening is valued for its non-surgical, minimally invasive approach to skin rejuvenation.

The precision of the plasma pen allows practitioners to target specific areas with remarkable accuracy, making it an effective option for those seeking to address sagging skin, wrinkles, and other signs of aging without undergoing traditional surgical procedures.

As with any cosmetic treatment, it's crucial to consult with a qualified and experienced practitioner to ensure suitability and achieve desired results.


What areas and what can be treated with Fibroblast plasma Skin Tightening?

Fibroblast Plasma Skin Tightening is a versatile and effective cosmetic procedure that can address various areas of the body. Here are some common areas and concerns that can be treated with Fibroblast Plasma Skin Tightening:

  1. Face:

    • Forehead lines and wrinkles
    • Frown lines (between eyebrows)
    • Crow's feet (around the eyes)
    • Nasolabial folds (smile lines)
    • Jowls and jawline tightening 
    • Marionette lines (lines around the mouth)
    • Removal of dark under eye circles
    • Rosaecea removal
    • Removal of Pigmentation and ageing spots  
  2. Neck:

    • Necklines (horizontal lines on the neck)
    • Neck tightening and lifting   
  3. Eyes:

    • Eyelid tightening (upper and lower lids)
    • Under-eye bags and wrinkles
  4. Body:

    • Stretch marks reduction
    • Loose skin on the abdomen
    • Sagging skin on the arms
    • Tightening of loose skin on the knees  
  5. Hands:

    • Tightening loose skin on the hands
    • Improving the appearance of age spots and wrinkles on the hands
  6. Décolletage:

    • Chest and décolletage tightening and rejuvenation

Fibroblast Plasma Skin Tightening is known for its ability to stimulate collagen production and promote skin regeneration, resulting in a tighter, more youthful appearance. It's a non-surgical and minimally invasive treatment that can offer remarkable results without the need for extensive downtime.

Popular Questions for Fibroblast Plasma Skin Tightening hurt?

1. Is a Plasma Skin Tightening treatment painful?

Generally speaking, NO, the discomfort during the procedure is usually minimal. A topical anesthetic is applied to the treatment area to ensure the client's comfort. Most people report feeling a warming sensation or a series of small, quick pinches, IF they feel anything at all. My numbing cream is super strong and my clients usually fall asleep.

2. How long does a Plasma Skin Tightening treatment take?

The duration of the treatment depends on the size of the treated area. Generally, sessions can last anywhere from 30 minutes to a couple of hours.

2.Is there downtime after Plasma Skin Tightening?

There is typically some downtime associated with Plasma Skin Tightening. Swelling and tiny scabs may appear, and they usually resolve within a week or so. It's essential to follow post-care instructions provided by the practitioner. Majority of my clients go back to work after 3 days. A thin layer of makeup can be applied after 4 days.

3. When will I see results, and how long do they last?

Results are usually visible immediately after the treatment, but the full effects develop as the skin continues to regenerate collagen. Results usually last for 5 years, but individual responses vary depending on your lifestyle.

4. Are multiple sessions required?

The number of sessions needed depends on the individual's skin condition and desired results. Majority of my clients may see significant improvement after one session, while others may benefit from additional treatments.

5. Is Plasma Skin Tightening suitable for everyone?

While Plasma Skin Tightening is generally safe for many skin types, it may not be suitable for individuals with certain medical conditions and very dark skin tones. A thorough consultation with a qualified practitioner is essential to determine candidacy.

6. Are there any side effects or risks associated with Plasma Skin Tightening?

As with every skin treatment, the risk of side effects is minimal if the treatment is done safely and correctly by someone experienced.

Serious complications are rare but can include infection or scarring. Adhering to aftercare instructions reduces the risk of complications.

It's crucial to consult with a qualified and experienced practitioner to address specific concerns and receive personalized information about Plasma Skin Tightening.


How to find the best practitioner for Fibroblast Plasma Skin Tightening?  Reasons to choose Beachside Ink.

If you're considering a Plasma Skin Tightening treatment, it's crucial to entrust your skin to experienced and skilled practitioners who understand the art and science behind this revolutionary procedure.

Here some information you should keep your eyes out for:


Experience Matters:

It is advised to only see practitioners who have extensive experience with skin treatments and the penetration of skin. The penetration of skin, is an extremely delicate matter and can easily cause sever scarring if done incorrectly. Its recommended to only consult places such as Cosmetic Tattoo Artists or Injectable Clinics.

Jasmine has years of hands-on experience in performing Fibroblast Plasma Skin Tightening treatments. Her seasoned expertise ensures that you receive personalized care tailored to your unique skin concerns. Only seeing someone with extensive experience will ensure you get the results you are after.



Did you know you can purchase a certificate for this treatment online for $30? Shocking, isn't it?

For your own and your skin`s safety it is crucial to see a practitioner who had solid hands-on and in-person training on Fibroblast Plasma Skin Tightening in Australia. Each country has different laws that need to be adhered to.

An online training alone cannot provide enough education in regards to skin depth, safety, infection control and the procedure itself. Jasmine has done her extensive in-person at the Esthetica Academy in Melbourne and has passed her assessments and tests with flying colors.


Furthermore, you should be asking for:

- Certificates for skin penetration

- Certificate for infection control

- Certificate for Fibroblast Plasma Skin Tightening hands-on training

- Council Approval for Skin Penetration

- Public Liability Insurance

 It is your right, and in fact you should, ask the practitioner you consider seeing for this treatment for their certificate and potentially some references.


Council Approval:

In accordance with legal mandates, the treatment room must be council-certified and approved. A certificate for this will state "approved for Skin Penetration". Furthermore, it is strictly prohibited to offer services in private residences or other unauthorized locations. That means if someone offers to treat you at your home, on your couch, please run, this is highly illegal and no public liability insurance will cover any potential things gone wrong.


Infection Control:

As any skin treatment that cuts the skin, there is a risk of infection present. For this reason it is essential to keep the treatment room sterile, clean and to wear personal protective equipment such as gloves.

Please only see practitioners who can provide you with a certificate of infection control to ensure your safety.


Google Reviews:

Google is your friend, make use of it. If you consider seeing someone for a treatment, its recommended to google them first. This way you can see if the business is professionally owning a google account, indicating council approved location and opening times. Another focus should be if the provider has any google reviews. If there is not much information publicly accessible, I would recommend to be skeptical.



Any accredited and legitimate practitioner will offer you a consultation and in fact, you should take them up on this offer. This is an excellent way to assess the premises, the studio cleanliness and ask to be shown certificates and council approval for skin penetration. Furthermore, this is a great way to meet your practitioner first and see if you feel comfortable with them and their abilities for this treatment. For this reason, Beachside Ink offers complementary consultations to all clients.


Before and after Photos:

A great way to find an established and skilled practitioner for the Fibroblast Plasma Skin Tightening Treatment is to keep an eye out for before and after photos.

While it can be a challenge to get the angles right, the after photos should be as close in regards to lighting, position and angle as the before photos.

Also, please investigate how many before and after photos are shown or if it is the same photo over and over again. Usually, the more before and after photos are available, the more clients this provider sees, and you want to be treated by someone who does this on a daily basis.



We all love a good deal! BUT, when something has been offered to you, for the fraction of what others charge, I would reconsider and ask why this offer is that cheap.

Excellent is never cheap, and cheap is never excellent! There is a reason why established and accredited practitioners charge what they charge as this treatment is a delicate matter and not something that gets done on the run.

While Beachside Ink is most certainly a provider that is leaning more towards the expensive side of things but the service and the outstanding results have a proven track record. You will get exceptional results for your money in just one session. If your budget is rather limited, consider saving up or use one of the offered payment plans instead of going to see someone who charges half and leaves you with absolutely no results.

For an individual quote, please reach out to me and we can work on a package thats in your budget.