Surface treatments may offer temporary refreshment, but some of us need a more effective long-term solution for scarring, fine lines, and other skin issues. If you’re one of the many people in Houston who have multiple skin complaints to address, eMatrix may be the answer for you.
What is eMatrix?
This procedure is what’s known as a sublative skin treatment, which means it penetrates below the skin to work its magic. eMatrix provides the fast results you’d get with a more aggressive therapy, but without surgery or a long recovery period. The procedure uses the energy of lasers, but in a different way than they’ve been used before in facial rejuvenation.
In the past, lasers have been used for surface treatments to even out skin tone and texture, treat facial scarring, and reduce the loss of elasticity. This process took multiple sessions over a period of months before any real progress was experienced, and it did little to address the underlying causes. Clients have been crying out for treatments that offer the dramatic results of facial surgery and other aggressive procedures, but without the long recovery periods and risk. There has also been a demand for the development of laser treatments that are safer and effective for all skin types and pigmentation levels.
The trick was to develop technology that could deliver the benefits of laser therapy below the skin without damaging the surface cells. That’s where eMatrix comes in. This treatment uses a bi-polar radio frequency that’s fractionated to allow for maximum sublative collagen stimulation without harming the skin’s surface. This makes the technology useful for men and women with a variety of skin types and issues.
Who is a Good Candidate for eMatrix Treatments?
This treatment is clinically proven safe and FDA-approved for all skin types. If you’re too busy to take time off to recover from surgery or hide away until your face heals from a harsh treatment, this is a good option for you. It works for those who have minor lines and wrinkles around the eyes and mouth, discolorations or freckles, nasolabial folds, and mild to moderate acne scarring.