Photofacial or eMatrix?
Thinking about getting a Photofacial or eMatrix treatment? Find out which treatment is best for your skin care goals. Are you looking to treat sun damage or overall facial rejuvenation? Whatever the reason for a Photofacial or eMatrix procedure, learn more about what each treatment offers.
Photofacial or eMatrix
Photofacials are best used to treat the signs of general aging and photoaging. Photoaging simply refers to the damage your skin receives from the sun or artificial UV light.
eMatrix treatments are best used to rejuvenate the skin overall.
Treatments: Technology Used
Firstly, Photofacials use IPL, intense pulsed light, to penetrate deep into the skin. With this in mind, IPL Photofacials use a non-ablative laser. Therefore, this means it works deep within the skin and leaves the surface of the skin unharmed. In addition. this treatment boasts results such as an increase in collagen and elastin production.
Unlike IPL technology, eMatrix uses radiofrequency technology to penetrate into the skin. In addition, it is a skin resurfacing procedure. Moreover, this means that it removes a very tiny layer of skin. Overall, this also produces results such as increased collagen and elastin production. As a result, the skin becomes tighter. Furthermore, fine lines and wrinkles fade away.
Due to techniques used, Photofacials are a fast, painless process. In addition, it is recommended that you will need anywhere between three to six treatments for the most dramatic results. Furthermore, there is no downtime.
eMatrix treatments require some downtime from skin care. As a result, it is recommended to take three to five days off from using skin care products. Anywhere from three to five treatments are required for the most dramatic results.
- Treats rosacea
- Gets rid of sun damage
- Treats broken capillaries
- Reduces age spots
- Decreases appearance of freckling
- Diminishes fine line and wrinkles
- Shrinks your pores
- Tightens your skin
- Rejuvenates delicate areas like the eyes
- Shows a decrease in skin puffiness
- Plumps sagging skin
- Gets rid of fine lines and wrinkles
- Treats melasma
- Improves texture and tone
- Treats stretch marks
- Reduces scars and acne scarring
If you have interest in having a Photofacial or eMatrix treatment, schedule a consultation. Firstly, our expert laser technicians will discuss with you which treatment best fits your skin type. Then, you will be able to discuss your specific skin care goals as well. From there, the technician will construct a perfectly personalized skin care plan for you!
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