Victoria’s Cosmedi Spa is proud to bring the world’s first sublative fractionated rejuvenation system to Tasmania.
Sublative Rejuvenation utilises fractionated bi-polar radio frequency technology to place heat energy into the dermis where it can produce impact with minimal epidermal disruption. It is designed to:
- Improve tone and texture
- Offer long lasting results
- Give low epidermal disruption, high dermal impact, okay for all skin types
- Offer minimal downtime and proven efficiency, beyond fractional modalities for ablative wrinkle reduction and skin resurfacing
What is Syneron™ Ematrix™ treatment?
Skin aging is characterised by various textural skin deformities. Sublative RF is designed for use in treatments for resurfacing of the skin. Shortly after the treatment there is moderate skin redness and swelling of the treated zone. The swelling is likely to resolve within a few hours. The redness may take a little longer but is usually resolved within 12-24 hours.
During the healing phase, small pin-point crusts appear in place of each spot where the electrode pins contacted the skin. These crusts will exfoliate naturally over the next few days. The degree of improvement and the number of sessions required will vary from patient to patient according to the degree of severity of the skins condition as well as other factors.
How does Syneron™ Ematrix™ work?
The Sublative RF applicator is designed to deliver radiofrequency energy to the skin using an array of multi-electrode pins. The treatment heats fixed spots of skin with a widely diffused impact mainly in the dermis (deeper layer) with minimal injury to the epidermis (upper layer).
This allows the healing process to focus primarily on fibroblast stimulation and extra cellular matrix dermal remodeling. In other words, the skin around the dots heals, forcing the skin to produce fresh collagen and refreshed skin cells.
Superficial skin discolourations and mild to moderate wrinkles are the focus of the treatment, smoothing the texture and increasing elasticity to the skin during the healing process.
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