What is eTwo Complete Facial Rejuvenation, and how does it work?
Updated: Feb 5, 2020
eTwo Complete Facial Rejuvenation, aka The Mini-Facelift, is a non-surgical, FDA approved treatment which minimizes fine lines, wrinkles and scars. eTwo combines the use of Sublime™and Sublative™ applications for facial rejuvenation that includes the eyes, brow lines, cheeks and the neck. eTwo also is effective on stretch marks.
Here is a break down of what Sublative and Sublime are, and how they can help you take years off your appearance with little to no downtime.
STEP 1 - SKIN RESURFACING WITH eTWO SUBLATIVE™
Sublative uses fractioned bipolar radio frequency technology that
places heat energy effectively into the upper dermis where it can
produce a significant increase in collagen and elastin. Sublative is safe and effective for treating skin problems anywhere on the
face, including around the eyes, cheeks, brow and neck.
Sublative treats fine lines and wrinkles, acne scars, red and brown spots
and textural irregularities caused by excessive sun exposure.
It is particularly useful in treating the difficult lines around the lips, eyes, and stretch marks. Quickly diminishes signs of aging and improves
the overall quality of your skin where treated.
STEP 2 - SKIN TIGHTENING WITH eTWO SUBLIME™
Sublime uses the safe combination of effective levels of infrared light
and bipolar radio frequency energies to remodel the deep dermal layer of
the skin by stimulating new collagen growth. Sublime works from the inside out by stimulating cell regrowth.
It is ideal for targeting those telltale signs of aging, including sagging under the eyes, saggy brow lines, and nasolabial folds.
Sublime improves skin laxity, texture and overall skin quality of the face and neck. With Sublime, our patients can have firmer skin without surgery.
Treatments take less than an hour and you will notice that your skin is clearer, smoother and more elastic several days after the procedure.
This treatment works on all skin types. Cumulative results are achieved over a series of three to six treatments, each scheduled around four to six weeks apart.