Plasma fibroplast skin tightening laser treatment

Non-surgical Blepharoplasty lasers from Monocrom are an innovative light-based technology designed to shrink excess skin, bags, crow’s feet and wrinkles, and tighten the skin without any surgical procedure. The technique is non-invasive, remarkable and highly effective. It is a cost-effective alternative to injections, laser procedures or surgery.

Indicated for

  • Brow lifting
  • Sagging hooded upper eye
  • Neck lifting (tightening)
  • Fine lines/wrinkle reduction
  • Upper lip wrinkles reduction
  • Skin tags/age spot removal
  • Sagging skin on the face
  • Stomach tightening
  • Scars/stretch marks removal


  • Pain-free treatment
  • Non-surgical
  • No injectable anesthetic is needed
  • No cutting of skin
  • Minimal side effects
  • Instant and amazing results
  • Minimal recovery time and downtime
  • Less expensive than surgery and injections
  • 30-minute procedures

Technical parameters

Source: Monocrom

Technical specifications Parameters
Peak wavelength [nm] 1478
Operating power [W] 2
Operating regime CW
Fiber coupled [µm] 200/225
Fiber length [m] 0.1 or longer


How does it work?

Plasma fibroplast therapy focuses on fibroplast cells, which are present on the dermis. The dermis is a layer below the outermost layer of skin. Fibroplasts are cells that produce collagen and proteins, which play a critical role in maintaining the firmness of the skin and aid in skin repair.

The treatment is carried out using a plasma fibroplast pen. This pen emits a high-frequency electric current just above the skin, causing micro-injuries in the layer of the skin. The heat breaks down the proteins, triggers fibroplast activity and thus promotes the regeneration and tightening of tissues.

Fibroplast cells.

Fibroplast cells. Image Credit: Monocrom

Reticular dermis with fibroplast and collagen fibers.

Reticular dermis with fibroplast and collagen fibers. Image Credit: Monocrom

Plasma lifting procedure of neck wrinkles.

Plasma lifting procedure of neck wrinkles. Image Credit: Monocrom