What Are Fibroblasts? Fibroblasts are the most common cells of connective tissue in the body and they are the only cells that can make Type III collagen. Type III collagen synthesises alongside tougher Type I collagen over a period of about 3 months. Type I and Type II collagen are what help provide the strength in our skin’s dense connective tissues and it is famed for minimising fine lines, wrinkles and micro-furrows, as well as improving the elasticity, suppleness and hydration of our skin. Most fibroblasts are inactive and are actually called fibrocytes. Fibrocytes will rarely undergo cell division and will not produce collagen unless they are specifically re-activated by a wound healing process or inflammatory response. This is the treatment we offer at The Plasma Room. Your consultation It is mandatory for each potential patient to have an in-person meeting before booking an appointment for this procedure. This consultation will involve addressing your concerns, assess your face, and/or talk about the variety of treatments. You aren’t obligated to commit to anything, nor will you be pressured into undergoing any treatment. If you’d like to book a consultation, please get in touch.