Pixel laser treatments (Fraxel, Pixel Perfect, ProFractional…) have been the darlings of skin rejuvenation for a while now. With less downtime/discomfort as traditional laser resurfacing, they treat only a fraction of the entire skin surface. The normal skin surrounding these treated areas then allows for more effective tissue healing and production of collagen with significant results.
This all being said, they aren’t my favorites. I don’t remember my last ProFractional treatment with fondness, but instead feeling hot, greasy, miserable and irritated for 3-5 days.
Once introduced to the Sublative RF pixel, my hopes soared – less downtime than lasers, no salve for 3 days, and I could apply makeup in 12 hours? How is this possible?
Unlike pixel lasers, Sublative delivers the heat/energy below the skin without overheating the top layer – causing a significant increase in elastin and collagen with minimal epidermal disruption.
Sounding too good to be true – I tested the Sublative…
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