The Art and Science of Beautiful Skin.
Elos Sublative is a treatment designed specifically to tighten loose skin and reduce wrinkles.* This laser treatment uses radiofrequency technology to bypass the upper layers of the skin and works directly on the collagen underneath. Essentially, we can refine the surface of the skin from the inside! By working directly on the collagen under the surface, we can provide results that will actually improve over time.*
Treatments are completely safe and can be used around delicate areas like the eyes. This allows for a smoothing, toning, and tightening of the under-eye skin that other treatments simply are not safe for, all the way to the lower lash line.
Elos Sublative FAQ
Sublative technology uses radio frequency (RF) energy to effectively treat mild to moderate wrinkles, acne scarring, pore size, and skin texture.* RF energy stimulates the production of new collagen and healthy skin cells. With higher collagen levels in your skin, mild to moderate wrinkles and superficial imperfections will be reduced, and your skin tone and texture will improve.* Best of all, there is no surgery required.
Elos Sublative is a safe and effective solution for most skin types. This procedure is used to treat skin laxity, loss of elasticity, irregularity in skin texture, fine to moderate lines and wrinkles, and scarring caused by acne. If you suffer from any of those concerns, you may be the perfect candidate for treatments.
In most cases, we recommend a treatment plan of 3-5 sessions, spread 4-6 weeks apart. The total number of required treatment sessions will depend on the condition of your skin. elos Sublative is safe for all skin types and textures. There is no downtime required, nor is there any peeling involved during the days that follow your treatment.
During treatment, many patients feel a warm, prickly sensation as energy enters the skin. After treatment a pink or red “sunburn” appearance may be seen. Topical anesthetic ointments and cooling can be used to reduce any unpleasant feelings during your treatment.