What are fibroblasts? Fibroblasts are the main cells that make up the skin and they are responsible for the production of almost all dermis components: collagen, elastin, hyaluronic acid, etc. With age, the number of fibroblasts decreases and the remaining ones become less active and begin to produce less and less necessary substances.
Aging is a complex process during which fibroblasts are progressively damaged by stress, nutrition, and modern lifestyle until they finally die. This causes the body to lose the ability to recover normally and chronic problems targeting the kidneys, liver and digestive system start to develop. Not only do these problems affect energy, vitality, libido, and sleep quality, they also impact the health of the skin on the face, neck, chin, and hands. Decreased functionality of fibroblasts leads to a drop in collagen levels, the appearance of wrinkles, sagging, and dry skin. The first signs of skin aging appear around the age of 30. It is, therefore, necessary to act from the very core, to awaken the skin, to improve its synthetic function which is connected to the production of collagen type I and elastin. That is why fibroblast treatment has developed as one of the most advanced steps in regenerative medicine, with the goal of improving immune properties of the skin, improving its hydration status, turgor, and elasticity, turning your skin into the most powerful barrier against external factors and at the same time achieving the desired visual effect – reduction of the symptoms of aging.
Fibroblast treatment rejuvenates the skin, promotes collagen and elastin production, boosts immune properties of the skin, which turns your skin into the strongest barrier against external factors and at the same time helps you achieve the desired visual effect.
For the procedure, the patient’s own fibroblasts are taken, new fibroblast colonies are grown in the laboratory and are then injected into the skin. New fibroblasts immediately begin to actively produce collagen and elastin, thereby increasing skin elasticity and reducing the severity of wrinkles and pigmentation.