eMatrix Skin Rejuvenation System Review
by Wendy Travis
Individuals looking for brighter, smoother skin have a number of options when it comes to resurfacing techniques. Chemical peels, microdermabrasion and laser resurfacing make up much of the cosmetic skin care business today. However, there is now a fourth option in skin resurfacing that is quickly gaining popularity. Known as RF fractional resurfacing or sublative rejuvenation, this procedure uses radio frequency technology to penetrate outer layers of the dermis and treat the lower layers of skin for better results and less downtime. One of the leading brands of this type of procedure is the eMatrix skin rejuvenation system, which uses RF-only fractional technology that offers a wide range of benefits to patients.
Who is a Candidate for eMatrix Skin Rejuvenation?
One of the most attractive features of the eMatrix skin rejuvenation tool is that it can be used on just about any skin type. In the past, darker skin tones did not see the kind of stellar results in skin rejuvenation that fairer-skinned patients enjoyed. However, eMatrix uses colorblind technology that works equally effectively on just about any skin tone and color. This opens the door to many patients who shied away from skin rejuvenation treatments in the past because their skin types could not get the same positive results.
What does eMatrix Skin Rejuvenation Treat?
The eMatrix skin rejuvenation system has been approved to treat a wide range of skin issues, including:
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Skin laxity
- Scars, including acne scars
- Superficial skin lesions and other blemishes
- Irregularities in skin texture and tone
How does eMatrix Skin Rejuvenation Work?
Radio frequency skin rejuvenation is very different from other types of skin resurfacing techniques. Most treatments work at the surface of the skin, removing the outer skin layers to reveal softer, smoother skin underneath. Unfortunately, the process also involves a significant amount of discomfort and downtime before the dramatic results are revealed after the skin heals completely.
With radio frequency treatments, the energy waves penetrate the surface of the skin, to treat the dermal layer underneath without too much disruption to the outer skin layers. Collagen production is stimulated, resulting in skin that is softer, smoother and younger looking. Because the tool does not directly affect the outer skin layer, downtime after the procedure is minimal. There are relatively few side effects like redness, irritation and skin crusting that typically accompanies other skin rejuvenation treatments.
Like other types of skin rejuvenation treatments, eMatrix skin rejuvenation can be customized to a patient's unique needs and skin type. The SelectPlus feature allows doctors to offer the following programs to patients:
- Program A (Shallow Impact) – This is the mildest form of rejuvenation, which can be used to improve the texture and tone of the skin overall with minimal downtime involved.
- Program B (Mid-Level Impact) – This moderate treatment offers solutions for skin irregularities.
- Program C (Deep Impact) – Like other types of deep rejuvenation treatments, Program C offers the ability to treat a host of more severe skin issues.
What are the Benefits of eMatrix Skin Rejuvenation?
There are many benefits of sublative skin rejuvenation over other types of skin resurfacing techniques, including:
- Little or no discomfort during the procedure or downtime afterward
- The procedure is directed at the appropriate skin layers for positive results
- Sessions are short, with a full face treatment completed in as little as 20 minutes
- Patients often require fewer, shorter sessions to achieve desired results
- Works on all skin types, regardless of pigmentation
Sublative rejuvenation has been clinically proven to treat a wide range of skin issues, including fine lines and wrinkles, scarring, stretch marks and sun damage. The procedure is relatively quick and painless, and downtime is minimal. To get more information about eMatrix skin rejuvenation, or to schedule a free skin resurfacing consultation with a specialist near you, contact us today!
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