(416) 901-0525

60 Fort York Blvd, Toronto, ON M5V 4A6, Canada

©2019 by Skin Forward.

SKIN RESURFACING

Ready to remove your acne scarring? Sublative Skin Resurfacing is an amazing treatment that uses radio frequency (RF) technology, proven to reduce moderate to severe acne scars for all skin types. It works in conjunction with radio frequency, to fill out acne scarring, smooth wrinkles, and virtually eliminate your stretch marks.

 

FAQ

WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT?

Before the treatment, we will apply numbing cream to diminish any discomfort. During treatment, you’ll feel a warm, prickly sensation. The treatment, not including numbing time is roughly 15 minutes to 1 hour, depending on the area being treated.

HOW MANY TREATMENTS DO I NEED?

On average, 3-6 treatments is recommended for ideal results. We offer a free computerized skin analysis where we can determine a recommended number of treatments you would need.

WHAT IS THE DOWNTIME?

After each treatment, there is about 3-7 days of downtime, with some redness. However, as soon as 48 hours after treatment, you can apply makeup if you desire.

WHEN WILL I NOTICE RESULTS?

You'll begin to see results about 2-4 weeks after your first treatment, however after 3-6 months, you'll notice even greater results due to the fact that your skin is rebuilding collagen.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

One treatment on the full face is $500. We do have packages avaliable at a discounted rate. Please feel free to contact us for more details.

IS EVERYONE A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR SUBLATIVE REJUVENATION?

Yes! Sublative is safe for all skin types.

WHAT DOES SUBLATIVE SKIN RESURFACING TREAT?

It treats acne scarring, wrinkles, stretch marks, and textural irregularities due to excessive sun exposure. Feel free to come in for a free consultation to see if this treatment would be right for you!

HOW DOES SUBLATIVE SKIN RESURFACING WORK?

Sublative technology is neither laser nor light based. Instead, this one-of-a-kind technology uses fractionated bi-polar radiofrequency directed to the skin in a grid formation. It penetrates the skin in this manner, so that surrounding cells help speed up the healing process. After a treatment, new skin cells and collagen are produced to fill in acne scarring.