Sublative- Acne Treatment Sydney
Acne or acne vulgaris (also known as pimples) is a skin condition affecting many people at some stage of their lives. Often people put up with active acne or acne breakouts because they have tried a face wash or cream, with little or no improvement.
For the most effective acne treatment, using revolutionary Sublative technology, speak to Eden Skin Clinic.
What is Acne?
Acne is the result of blocked hair follicles, that get infected by the Propionibacterium (P.acne) bacteria. The infection makes the area red, swollen and sore. If an infected hair follicle bursts deep in the dermis of the skin, the body acts to repair the damage. A scar is formed if the repair is irregular, which changes the appearance of the skin’s surface. Acne starts with greasy secretions from oil glands in the skin, with the plugging of the tiny openings of the hair follicles. If the openings are small this will lead to a white head; if they are large it can often lead to a black head. Both are due to pores in the skin clogging, leading to a red, inflamed break out.Acne is more than a skin condition, the effects of acne can be loss of confidence or lack of self esteem. Eden Skin Clinic in Sydney have the technology available to effectively tackle acne breakouts.Acne scarring is a side effect of active acne. Some people or skin types are more susceptible to acne scarring. Acne scarring is a result of previous acne breakouts causing damage to the surrounding tissue.If the body doesn’t produce enough collagen a depression in the skin is caused. And if too much collagen is produced than the result is a raised scar. Eden Skin have one of the most effective Acne Scar Treatments in Sydney proven to reduce moderate to severe acne scars for all skin types, including darker skin.
SublativeTM Technology Tackling Acne Breakouts
SublativeTM RF resurfacing uses fractionated bi-polar radio frequency to penetrate through the epidermal and dermal layers of the skin.
- The fractionated ablation zone, vaporises the build up of keratinised cell debris that builds up in the follicle helping to clear/decongest them.
- The thermal injury zone also affects the sebaceous glands, therefore reducing/controlling sebum production.
- The heat from the RF kills the P.acne bacteria
- The inflammatory response stimulates the wound healing process to fight the infection
This is the key point of difference with the SublativeTM which means superior results with less downtime vs other laser treatments. From the diagram, you see the traditional laser ablative treatment lose energy as it penetrates the skin creating cone shape damage.With SublativeTM the RF energy enters the skin with small microscopic holes but the energy is strongest in the dermis creating an inverted cone.
The Science Behind SublativeTM Skin Rejuvenation
The basic theory behind SublativeTM fractional RF device is that the heat generated by the RF destroys microscopic sections of scarred skin. Fractionate profile of the RF is important due to the ability to leave healthy cells in between the grid of damaged cells. The healthy cells speed up the wound process that causes cell growth and collagen production.
Fractionated radiofrequency (RF) behaves like an electrical current. The sender electrode emits the RF energy and the receiver electrode receives the energy to complete the circuit. The same as electrical current it returns in a path of least resistance. The RF energy only disrupts only 5% of the epidermis, with most of the energy penetrating deep in the dermis where it is needed. In effect, it is creating the heat from the inside where the wound healing is required. As a result, healing is rapid with little surface damage and down time is minimal.
Active Acne Vaporised
Free Acne Treatment Consultation
The best way to have your acne accessed is by a qualified clinician. At Eden Skin Clinic, we offer a free consultation where we can give you personalised information based on your skin type and acne. From this, you will know how many treatments are needed, a written quote with cost and specific information you will need to follow before, during and after your acne treatment.