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09-12-11 | Posted by

Before and After 2 Sublative Treatments - Courtesy of Dr S. Barrett

Sublative Rejuvenation™ using eMatrixâ„¢ from Syneron is the newest technology to hit Dermatology and Plastic Surgery as the world’s first treatment powered solely by fractionated, bi-polar radio-frequency. Sublative technology is taking the facial rejuvenation world by storm with a novel treatment that works for all skin types and age groups for both women and men. What is unique about Sublative Rejuvenation is the energy used and how the energy is delivered through the skin. Sublative Rejuvenation uses fractionated bi-polar radio frequency to penetrate through the skin–sending more energy beneath the surface of the skin to really maximize collagen production–while keeping the top layer of the skin intact, a factor in why it is safe for all skin types.

It is being coined as the ideal treatment for people on the move, who can’t afford to hide out for weeks looking red and swollen. According to New York Dermatologist Doris Day www.myclearskin.com, “To achieve the best possible results when addressing skin imperfections it is essential that the energy reaches below the skin without overheating the top layer of the skin. Sublative opens up another option for treating a wide range of skin types.” Unlike other treatments such as wrinkle relaxing agents, fillers, and peels, Sublative Rejuvenation works from the inside out by stimulating cell regrowth. A full face treatment takes under 20 minutes and results with Sublative Rejuvenation last long and can be further enhanced with yearly maintenance treatments.

The coast-to-coast Sublative World Tour will hit the hot spots from Los Angeles, Phoenix, Denver, Miami, Tampa, San Francisco, San Diego and Chicago to New York. The tour includes open houses, gifting suites and unique press events featuring some of America’s top dermatologists and plastic surgeons demonstrating their work with sublativeskin.com/.

To follow the tour  updates on Facebook (Sublative) ans Twitter (@sublative).

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