Subnovii Specialist in Kennesaw, GA

What is Subnovii?

Simply put, it is the utilization of plasma technology to take advantage of the fine layer of ionized gas, or plasma, that exists along the surface of your skin. Plasma devices emit energy that instantly sublimate a precise spot on the skin. A sealed wound is created and heat is delivered below the skin to kick start fibroblast activity, which stimulates collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid. The tip of the plasma device never actually touches the skin – it’s the power of molecular physics that gives this treatment its magic.

What areas can be treated with Subnovii?

The most popular areas to treat are around the eyes (both upper and lower), around the mouth, forehead, jawline, decollete and neck. Because Subnovii can target very specific areas of concern, your provider may discuss combining with other aesthetic treatments.

How long does the treatment take?

The length of the procedure will depend on the area you are treating. This is an ‘in-office’ procedure and you are able to head home after the treatment.

What post-care steps are required?

Every patient will receive specially formulated post-care products and instructions to keep the area dry to help with the healing process. It is important to use sun protection longer after treatment.

When will I see results?

Results can be seen immediately after the treatment and beyond. You will see continued improvements for up to 6 months after your Subnovii procedure.

Who is a candidate for Subnovii?

Talk to your provider about whether a treatment with Subnovii is right for you. Some skin types may be at risk of post-procedure pigmentation issues, so it’s important to talk with a licensed aesthetic provider.

What should I expect from my Subnovii treatment?

Because the plasma device creates an instant wound on the skin, small scabs form that can take 5-10 days to fall off. The scabs are a natural and protective barrier to the magic taking place below. Because the treatment area is immediately sealed, there is minimal risk of side effects. As the area heals, the skin may feel tight and itchy. Once the scabs fall off, the skin beneath may look pink. This is renewed skin and any redness should progressively fade.

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