The eTWO treatment combines Sublative Rejuvenation (eMatrix Resurfacing) and Sublime Skin Contouring (formerly known as ReFirme) treatments. Treatment with eTWO revives your skin to appear more youthful.
How does it work?
The eTWO combines the Sublative Rejuvenation (eMatrix Skin Resurfacing) and Sublime Skin Contouring (formerly known as ReFirme) treatments to reverse aging, reduce stretch marks, even skin tone, reduce scarring, remove discoloration, and much more. .
The Sublime treatment uses a combination of light energy and radiofrequency energy to deeply heat layers of the skin while protecting the surface of the skin simultaneously. Medium to deep heating of the skin activates fibroblasts (deep skin cells) signaling new collagen to form and existing collagen to tighten, which will occur over a 4-6 month period.
The eMatrix treatment uses radio frequency to deliver an effective but controlled fractional treatment. Each pulse delivers the energy via a grid of matrix spots on the surface as well as just under the surface.
What can you treat with eTwo?
• Acne Scars
• Fractional Resurfacing
• Strech Marks
What will you experience?
• Visible Results
• Quick downtime
• Numbing for one hour is required
• Safe & effective for all skin types
• Quick treatments: Typically 20-40 mins
What are the risks and side effects?
The procedure is mildly uncomfortable. Sublime is usually comfortable, whereas the sublative treatment requires topical anesthetic, which makes it quite tolerable. Expected side effects are redness and swelling after the procedure that lasts from hours to days, and occasionally even up to a week or beyond (very unusual). Small scabs covering about 5% of the treated areas appear, but they are usually easy to cover with makeup, and although present for 5-14 days, are usually not very noticeable after the first day or two. Rare side effects include skin wound, infection and scarring, too little or too much pigment, and surface irregularities.
Prior to treatment all potential risks and side effects will be discussed with you by your medical provider and cosmetic coordinator.