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01476 568 378
The Old Malthouse
Commercial Road
Grantham, Lincs NG31 6DE


A permanent eyelift that requires no surgery, and can be done in less than an hour with immediate results. Skin is tightened around the eye area using a handpiece which produces ‘plasmatic lightning’. This lifts the skin around the eye area, causing natural rejuvenation. The result is a permanent and long lasting effect which can last you 2-3 years.

01476 568 378

Procedure Time

30 minutes

Duration of Results

5 Years





Results seen in

A few hours

Back to work


Potential side effects

Redness, crusting of skin, swelling, soreness, itching and extreme cases scarring

Fibroblast Prices

1 Treatment *Recommended 3 sessions 4 - 6 weeks apart395 per sessionBook Online

Frequently Asked Questions

What can I treat with Fibroblast?
  • Skin lesions such as Fibromas, Warts, Papilloma’s and Xanthelasma
  • Scarring including stretch marks, acne scars and post-surgical scars
  • Pigmentation and sun spots
  • Face and body lifting
  • Tattoo removal
What are the Risks/Complications?

Fibroblast is a very safe and effective treatment. It can even be used on the inner rim of the eye. The side effects of treatment are:

  • Redness
  • Crusting of the skin (a thin crust over the area treated with fibroblast)
  • Swelling (for up to 7 days)
  • Soreness/itching at the treatment site (for up to 7 Days)
  • Extreme cases scarring
How long does each treatment session take?

Treatment sessions lasts around 30 minutes with instant results

Is this treatment permanent?

Yes. Once the skin fibres are shortened, the effects are permanent. However, the skin will continue to age and eventually you may see problems such as wrinkles, saggy skin and so on re-appear, (usually from 5 years onwards). This is a natural process of ageing and cannot be stopped, the FIBROBLAST treatment can simply be repeated.

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