Sublative The Next Generation in Skin Rejuvenation
Sublative Rejuvenation, also referred to as eMatrix, is an FDA approved treatment that uses radio frequency to deliver an effective but controlled electrical energy to the skin, gently resurfaces skin over the course of 3 to 5 treatments. The procedure stimulates the production of collagen and elastin in the deepest layers of the skin, resulting in a tighter, smoother, and brighter appearance to treated areas.
What does Sublative Rejuvenation treat?
With Sublative Rejuvenation treatment, patients can expect to see improvement in the texture and tightness of their skin, as well as a serious improvement in the appearance of fine line, wrinkles, pores, acne scarring, and abdominal stretch marks. Unlike lasers, Sublative is safe to tighten the skin around the upper eyelids and lower eyelids to the lash line.
How long do the results last from Sublative?
Although some patients begin to notice results shortly after treatment, you can expect to see the full results from your Sublative Rejuvenation within 3-6 months after your final treatment. As with all skin-rejuvenation treatments, long-term results will vary depending on the individual, the number of treatments, and the conditions being treated, but the results of Sublative Rejuvenation last years. Maintenance treatments may be required over time.
Are there any side effects of Sublative?
Most patients experience redness and swelling immediately after the procedure. This may go away within a few hours or could last up to 3 days depending on the patient. You may notice tiny grid patterns developing on your skin, which is a normal part of the resurfacing healing process. These are easy to camouflage with makeup and usually, go away within the first week post-treatment.
Sublative Rejuvenation Treatment for Acne Scars
Sublative is the only technology proven to reduce moderate to severe acne scars on a wide range of skin types. The Sublative RF applicator is designed to deliver radiofrequency energy to the skin in a fractional manner, via an array of multi-electrode pins. The array delivers bipoloar RF energy to the skin. Microscopic zones of epidermis and dermis are thermally ablated in a grid over the skin surface, where non-ablated zones serve as a reservoir of cells that promote rapid healing