Are you looking for an innovative skin rejuvenation and resurfacing treatment that can reduce wrinkles and help with other age-related skin concerns? There are a number of procedures available and the right one for you will depend on your problem areas and goals.

What Is Skin Rejuvenation?

The beauty industry offers several rejuvenation and resurfacing treatments that reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, help tighten the skin, and diminish hyperpigmentation and dark spots in a nonsurgical way. Depending on your skin type, lifestyle and goals, you may choose a combination of different treatments or opt for a particular one. More aggressive treatments will require more downtime and may have a higher price tag, while others can require a series of treatments to achieve your desired results.

Examples of skin rejuvenation treatments include microdermabrasion, light chemical peels, Vampire Facials, or micro-needling, and help treat superficial damage. Procedures like laser resurfacing, medium-strength chemical peels, or IPL address more severe damage, and radiofrequency (RF) therapy targets sagging skin.

What Is eMatrix®?

eMatrix, also known as Matrix Skin and Sublative Rejuvenation, is a nonsurgical and FDA-cleared skin-resurfacing treatment. It generates heat under the surface of the skin using radiofrequency energy to enhance the appearance of fine lines, acne scarring, hyperpigmentation, and stretch marks while stimulating collagen and elastin production. As a result of renewed collagen and elastin, your skin will improve for several months after the treatment. In addition, eMatrix can help tighten the skin, reduce large pores and improve skin texture. The procedure is safe and suitable for all skin types, including dark skin.

Pros and Cons of Ematrix®


  • Ematrix® is a safe, nonsurgical treatment that is suitable for all skin types and skin tones, including dark skin.
  • Sessions are pain-free and quick, lasting only about 10-20 minutes.
  • The procedure can be used on various body parts, including the face, neck, chest, and hands.
  • From sun damage to stretch marks and acne scarring, this treatment is versatile and effective.


  • Some people experience side effects like inflammation, pain, or depletion of collagen. It’s important to only get treated by a reputable clinic and an experienced and certified provider.
  • Although downtime is usually minimal, you may have to rest for 2-5 days, depending on the intensity of your peeling.
  • You’ll need to avoid this treatment if you have skin conditions like eczema or rosacea.
  • eMatrix is not a quick fix and may require a series of treatments for significant results. Most people get 3-6 treatments, spaced four to six weeks apart.