ePrime Energy Based Dermal Optimizer

by Trudi Schrieber

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Synernon Medical Ltd. has created a new facial treatment technology called the ePrime Energy Based Dermal Optimizer, which improves skin tone and volume in a single treatment. The machine delivers measured radio frequency (RF) energy beyond the epidermis, directly into the deep dermis. The RF energy stimulates the growth of collagen and elastin. The treatment is minimally invasive and is safe for many different skin conditions and types.

ePrime Process

Your skin care specialist will administer the RF energy via a microneedle inserted at a 20-degree angle into the skin’s dermis layer. A monitor attached to the devices allows your doctor to monitor and specifically control the heat energy, which will be different for each skin type or condition. The heat energy causes a tissue contraction in the dermis, and your skin starts producing more collagen. The heat energy, in effect, creates a minor “injury” to the dermis, stimulating the skin to create more collagen to heal itself. Over time, the collagen continues to build, making skin tighter, firmer, more toned and resilient during the months following treatment. Wrinkles, fine lines, and deep grooves in skin begin to fade away.

ePrime Benefits

  • Great for all types of skin: Unlike some other treatments to improve skin tone and firmness, the ePrime Energy Based Dermal Optimzer can be used on all skin types. The patented approach involves precise temperature and energy control, for easy monitoring and tailoring to specific skin conditions.
  • Only one treatment necessary: Also unlike other skin treatments that require multiple visits to the skin care specialist before desired results can be achieved, patients opting for ePrime only need one treatment.
  • Minimally invasive and relatively painless: The procedure uses a microneedle to administer the RF energy to the dermis. There is no cutting, no scars, and it’s not painful. The treatment is an outpatient procedure, so you’ll be in and out and seeing results in no time.
  • Quicker results: Because the method requires only one treatment, you don’t have to wait forever to see results. Your skin laxity is increased, and show better tone and volume, within a few weeks after the treatment. Your skin continues to respond to the treatment for a long time afterward, growing firmer, and showing fewer wrinkles.

ePrime Side Effects

One of the great things about ePrime is that the risk of side effects is minimal. One may expect to experience some side effects similar to IPL treatments, including temporary redness, swelling, or soreness during the day after treatment.

To learn more about ePrime treatments, costs, and whether the procedure is right for you, contact HealthySkinPortal today. Our representatives will schedule your initial consultation with a skin care specialist in your area, who can help you learn more about ePrime and other skin rejuvenation treatments.

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