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What are the normal side effects of fibroblast treatment using a plasma pen? 

Our specialist beauty treatment claims solicitors specialising in fibroblast claims are some of the most experience and well-known in the country. Coming into contact with negligent fibroblast treatments, and new potential fibroblast gone wrong claims every day, we have become experts in recognising what are normal side effects of the plasma pen treatment, and what is not normal, and a sign of negligence, by the beauty practitioner. 
Some of the common side effects of fibroblast treatments are: 
Hypo-pigmentation (light marks) 
Hyper-pigmentation (dark marks) 
Skin peeling 
Generally speaking, these side effects should last between one to two weeks, before subsiding. The specific side effects of the treatment you received should always be provided to you and made clear in an aftercare leaflet or document. You should always be given, and sign a Consent Form, prior to any fibroblast treatment taking place.  
If you were not warned of any potential side effects, not given an after-care document informing you of them, or if your side effects are worse than, or persist beyond the advised period, then do not hesitate to get in touch with our specialist team of fibroblast gone wrong beauty treatment claims solicitors today, here, for a no-obligation discussion of your potential case. 
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