LOSE YOUR SKINHIBITIONS WITH SUBLATIVE
Are your Skinhibitions—where the desire to have more youthful-looking skin is inhibited by fears of pain, downtime, potential side effects, and cost—holding you back from flawless skin? Fact: Acne is pervasive. 85 percent of people between 11 and 30, and 5 percent of people over 30 have it. Fact: In some people, during the healing process of active acne, the inflammatory response results in permanent, disfiguring scars.
According to a recent survey conducted by Syneron Medical, about 75% of women report being unsatisfied with the appearance of their skin and they desire a cosmetic procedure that delivers results, but their fears about pain, downtime, side effects and costs or Skinhibitions—are holding them back. The survey also shows that 33% of women would probably or definitely seek out more information about Sublative, a treatment that delivers results while eliminating the most common apprehensions people have about taking the next step up from topical creams to improve their skin quality and reduce acne scars.
Sublative Professional Skin Rejuvenation and Acne Scar Treatment is a professional one-hour treatment (or less) performed by a dermatologist, plastic surgeon, or medical aesthetician that can restore your skin to its youthful appearance without some of the nasty side effects of more aggressive laser therapy. The procedure is safe on almost all skin tones and works on lax skin, acne scars, textural irregularities, sun damage, wrinkles, and brown spots. Without needles or knives, you can get professional results and bypass the high price of more invasive laser therapies or surgical techniques.
So how does it work exactly? “Sublative rejuvenation, delivered via bipolar fractionated radiofrequency energy, is a very effective method for treating both superficial and deep acne scars. Unlike laser energy, RF energy is not absorbed by melanin, which makes the use of sublative rejuvenation possible in all skin types,” explains Dermatologist Vince Afashi of South Coast Dermatology Institute in Newport Beach, CA. He continues, “There is minimal epidermal injury, yet the scar remodeling is optimized due to the direct effects on the dermis or deeper layer.”
Unlike fractional ablative laser treatments–which can disrupt 10 to 70 percent of the skin’s surface–Sublative rejuvenation affects only up to 5% of the epidermis and most of the effect is deeper in the dermis. As a result, healing is rapid and downtime is minimal, so you can get back to work quickly. A series of three treatments is usually recommended, and the cost ranges from $300 to 800 per session. Sublative is one of the most favorite treatments among leading dermatologists.
“Sublative rejuvenation has been highly effective for skin tightening, fine lines and wrinkles, and textural improvement. More interesting is the incredible results when treating acne scars,” raves Denver Dermatologist Steve W. Eubanks, M.D. of Dermatology & Laser Centre at Harvard Park. “Due to its unique use of fractionated bipolar radiofrequency (RF) technology, there is minimal risk to the surface of the skin but moderate heating of the dermal tissues. This make the Sublative device safe and effective for use in all skin types.”
So why are you still letting your Skinhibitions get the better of you? Go Sublative and change the look and feel of your skin.
To find a Sublative doctor near you, visit skinhibitions.com