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Sublative RF Treatments Give You Brighter, Younger-Looking Skin

16 June, 2021

If you’ve thought about getting full skin resurfacing, but don’t like excessive recovery time and cost, there’s another cosmetic laser treatment you should consider. Sublative rejuvenation, also known as sublative RF, is a revolutionary procedure that brightens and smooths fine lines and wrinkles, with less risk of damage to your top layer of skin. 

How Does Sublative Skin Resurfacing Work?

Sublative laser treatment is a non-invasive procedure that penetrates into your skin’s deeper layers and stimulates fibroblast production using a sublative radiofrequency. A fibroblast is a type of skin cell found in your connective tissue which produces collagen and other types of fiber. Over the course of usually three treatments, spaced out 4-6 weeks, you’ll see a change in your skin’s elasticity and texture, giving you a younger, brighter look. 

Use sublative skin resurfacing to treat: 
  • Acne scarring
  • Scarring from other injuries
  • Skin tone and texture
  • Wrinkles
  • Fine Lines
  • Sun Damage
Sublative RF is generally much more affordable per visit than traditional laser treatment. At 5280 Laser Aesthetics, we charge per session of sublative RF. Keep in mind that while most clients do a cycle of three sessions spaced 4-6 weeks apart, every client is different. Some skin issues may require more sessions.

Benefits of Sublative Rejuvenation
  • A Minimum of Downtime
Patients experience full recovery in 4-5 days, but can apply makeup the very next day. With other standard laser treatments, recovery can sometimes take as long as 10 days.
  • Less Pain
With sublative RF treatment, patients will experience a warm tingle during the procedure, and later a mild sunburn effect. 
  • Fast Results
You may start to see improvement as soon as the second treatment, with full effects being visible after 90 days. 
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