New laser hair removal, and skin treatment services in Randolph Massachusetts.

Residents of Randolph, Milton, Braintree, Canton Quincy, & Avon now have laser and frequency treatments for the removal of unwanted hair, scars, dark spots, and a variety of skin conditions.

Randolph, United States - May 17, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Residents of Randolph, Milton, Braintree, Canton, Quincy, & Avon now have a new service available for the removal of unwanted hair, scars, dark spots, and a variety of skin conditions.

Skin Beaute Med Spa https://bellaskinbeaute.com is proud to announce the addition of a new type of equipment to treat acne scars, wrinkles, age spots, and sun damage using Sublative Skin Rejuvenation.

According to Rebecca Fadanelli the owner of Skin Beaute Med Spa “ We just acquired the new eMATRIX Skin Rejuvenation device. It allows us to provide a variety of services to make the skin look smoother, younger and more vibrant.”

This new machine does not use lights or laser but sends a fractionated bipolar frequency pulse below the skin surface to stimulate fresh healing properties.

Sublative Rejuvenation with eMatrix is a unique procedure which uses radio frequency to deliver an effective but controlled ablative and non-ablative fractional treatment for wrinkles, scars, large pores and better texture of the skin. Similar to “Fraxel” it uses radio freqeuency (electrical) energy, as opposed to laser. Each pulse delivers the radio frequency energy via a grid of matrix spots, inducing a skin injury which is maximized in these tiny, targeted areas. Fibroblasts activated within the “zones” signal collagen to regenerate and remodel, yielding improved skin tone and texture overall.

A session last about 30 minutes. “Another great thing about this service is it can be used different shades of skin even darker shades. Which is not always possible with other types of treatments.” says Rebecca.

Every treatment begins with a complimentary consultation to answer the clients questions and choose the most effective approach to make their skin look healthier and brighter

Skin rejuvenation with the eMATRIX system offers the client a chance to improve skin tone, texture, and brightness of the skin using an affordable, non invasive approach with minimal discomfort and a quick recovery time.

In just a few days you will be fully enjoying the benefits of your treatment. Some conditions will require multiple sessions but progress is visible after every visit.

According to Google trends interest in skin tightening has been steadily growing and at an all time high. People are looking for safe, simple cost effective treatments to help them look and feel young. “We have reached a point in time where you have many options to look and feel your best, we no longer have to just accept with the effects of sun damage, acne or aging” say Rebecca.

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Contact Info:
Name: Rebecca Hawthorne Fadanelli
Organization: Skin Beaute Med Spa
Address: 247 North Main Street 4th floor, Randolph, MA 02368, United States
Phone: +1-781-885-3169

For more information, please visit https://bellaskinbeaute.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 346340

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