plasma lift training


plasma skin tightening fibroblast/fibrolift

Help clients experience they want with the only cosmetic treatment that uses plasma to eliminate excess skin.

The Plamere Plama Treatment is low risk, downtime is minimal, and much more affordable than surgery.

Plasma fibroblast/fibrolift is especially known for its effectiveness as a Non- Surgical Eye Lift, Skin Tag Removal, Tummy Tightening, and reduction of Stretch Marks.

This procedure is relatively a new and more innovative skin care procedure in the US.


Fibrolift/Fibroblast is completely safe, and is performed with an FDA-Approved, Class I cosmetic procedure device, so and you business will be protected, as the device that comes along with our training is indeed FDA approved, and most insurance companies will cover you with the use of our products and devices.

The precision device works by utilizing the voltage in the air between the device tip and skin to release a plasma charge.  This electrical stream, or arc, instantly shrinks the skin in the targeted area.  The tissue retraction give results that are comparable to invasive surgery.

Plasma fibroblast has increased in popularity due to its many advantages over surgery.  There is less downtime (to hardly no downtime besides the typical healing process of a small scratch or wound, which takes about 2-5 days depending of the area treated), it’s less expensive, no cutting of the skin and no stitches. 

Plama Fibroblast treatments our considered to be “lunch-time” procedures that takes only a few minutes to an hour, and will allow clients to immediately continue their daily work or life’s responsibilities.

Eyelid Lift with Plasma Fibroblast/Firbrolift

Eyelid Lift with Plasma Fibroblast/Firbrolift


what does plasma fibroblast treat?

  • Tightening loose stomach skin after pregnancy

  • Diminishing stretch marks

  • Improvement in the appearance of acne scars

  • Skin imperfections, including skin tags and sunspots

  • Eyelid tightening, including lower eyelids and upper eyelid skin

  • Lines and wrinkles around the mouth

  • Plasma Facelift and Plasma Necklift

how long does it last?

Fibroblast and/or Fibrolift is not like applying a skin tightening serum! When performed properly you can expect results to last permanently, but is not as invasive as plastic surgery. Clients will have similar results of an invasive procedure performed by a plastic surgeon, with out all of the major risks and cost of an invasive, cosmetic surgery procedure.

Final Results are visible 6 weeks after treatment. Follow up treatments may be performed after 6-8 weeks depending on your client’s healing.

what are the requirements for training/certification?

Our Plamere Fibrolift training includes theory training on all materials needed to perform the service, a course introduction, professional set (kit), skin structure theory, performing skin tightening treatments, techniques and treated areas, skin healing and producing optimal results, and proper aftercare for clients.

Although the use of Fibroblast/Fibrolift has not been regulated, in some states a person interested in offering the services from this training MUST be a Medical Doctor or Director, Licensed Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse, Licensed Aesthetician/Esthetician, Licensed Cosmetologist, or Certified & Licensed Permanent Cosmetics Professional with proof of liability insurance and valid tattoo license in your state of residence.

Training Options:

2-Day Fibroblast Training is $3,000 and includes the Plamere Pen Device and training/certification.

3-Day Training includes Fibroblast + Microneedling for $4,000 and includes the Plamere Pen Device, Dr. Pen MTS Device and training/certification.

If you are interested in taking this course, please click here to register!

Trainings are provided in a small group setting of not more than 6 trainees, or via private one-on-one trainings that are scheduled as needed. *corporate group trainings also available.

Disclaimer: Students must do their due diligence to research the state board requirements are for their specific state. In most states, you must be a licensed Cosmetologist, Esthetician, Massage Therapist, Tattoo Artist, and/or Laser Technician to perform services listed above. If not fully licensed, some states require you to be a part of a state-approved apprentice program for tattooing or permanent cosmetics if you are choosing to pursue Plasma Lift, Microblading or other Permanent Cosmetics. For Eyelash Extensions, some states requires you to be enrolled in a cosmetology, manicurist, or esthetics program at minimum. STUDENTS MUST RESEARCH THEIR STATE’S REQUIREMENTS AND REGULATIONS by checking with the Board of Cosmetology and/or Department of Health. All students must also agree that they either already hold the proper credentials and licensing, or agree to obtain the proper credentials before servicing clients.