Sublative® and Sublime™ for Improving Skin Tone and Quality
Choose the Treatment that Meets Your Needs at Chicago’s Iteld Plastic Surgery
Iteld Plastic Surgery is pleased to offer both Sublative® and Sublime™. These in-office, nonsurgical facial treatments are proven to reverse multiple signs of aging and increase skin tone and quality. Chicago-area women and men interested in a more even complexion enjoy the results and lack of downtime required after a session.
This treatment offers patients of all skin types an effective solution for reversing several signs of aging. It works from the inside out by boosting collagen production without lasers or lights. Instead, it uses fractionated bi-polar radiofrequency (RF) energy to correct superficial, mild, and moderate imperfections of skin tone and texture. After a treatment, the skin produces new collagen and healthy cells. The in-office regime for Sublative® typically requires about three sessions, each spaced four to six weeks apart.
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Like Sublative®, Sublime™ uses radiofrequency (RF) energy, but it combines it with light energy to stimulate collagen production. This results in a reduction in fine wrinkles, as well as improved facial contours and skin tone and quality. Patients see gradual and cumulative results through their treatment series, resulting in much smoother skin with a more even complexion. The number of in-office treatments depends on the specific skin conditions to be addressed and the desired results.
Are Sublative® or Sublime™ the Right Treatments for You?
Both treatments are safe and effective solutions for most skin types. Ideal candidates are people who are seeking to improve skin tone, quality, and complexion—or even looking to reduce acne scars.
* Results will vary from patient to patient. No guarantees about an individual’s result can or should be made based on information provided here.