Sofwave Facial Treatment

The Sofwave Simple Solution

Sofwave Medical, the founders of the aesthetic industry, is now offering a brand-new approach to skin tightening that requires no surgery and no downtime. It’s called SUPERB™, and it stands for Synchronous Ultrasound Parallel Beam Technology. The new technology has raised the standard of care as it applies to aesthetic treatments with its safe, fast, and virtually painless design. 

The Sofwave technology is FDA-cleared and is one of the safest, most convenient ways to treat the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It delivers unique ultrasound beams that create a fractional heating effect, and it is this heating that stimulates the production of collagen and elastin in the skin – both of which are essential for younger, healthier-looking skin. Sofwave has been clinically proven to improve the tightness of the skin, as well, and it delivers consistent results across the board. This treatment is ideal for eyebrows, submental, neck lifting, and reducing fine lines & wrinkles.

Sofwave is non-invasive, ideal for all skin types, and causes no damage to the underlying structure of the skin. For even more client comfort, it utilizes real-time skin temperature monitoring and integrated epidermis cooling with Sofcool™ technology.

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How Does Sofwave Work?

In order to effectively treat wrinkles, it’s important for treatment technologies to reach a depth of 1.5 millimeters into the mid-dermis. Sofwave’s SUPERB™ technology delivers its heat to precisely this depth, and the integrated Sofcool™ cooling mechanism protects the upper layer of the skin from burns. Sofwave stimulates the skin’s healing response, known as neo-collagenases, in which the skin produces more collagen and elastin. This visibly reduces fine lines and wrinkles in all skin types.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Makes Sofwave Better than Other Technologies? 

There are numerous types of technology designed to help treat the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles while delivering plumper, firmer, and younger-looking skin. However, the vast majority are rather aggressive, and they can cause serious damage to the skin surface. This leads to a longer healing period and results in more downtime for clients, and it can even lead to significant side effects. Gentler existing technologies have fewer side effects, but their efficacy suffers as a result. Sofwave is different because it allows for the controlled delivery of potent energy with unparalleled precision. Thanks to the integrated cooling technology, clients experience zero downtime and the risk of side effects is drastically reduced. 

How Many Treatments Will I Need?

Sofwave is ideal and clinically proven for all skin types, and unlike other options, it requires only one to two treatments to see exceptional results. 

What Does the Sofwave Treatment Feel Like?

The delivery of energy into the mid-dermis during your Sofwave treatment may cause you to experience a feeling of warmth below the skin. However with the use of a topical anesthetic and the integrated Sofcool™ technology, your session will be comfortable and virtually sensation-free. Sofwave treatments require no specific aftercare, and you can resume your normal skincare regimen immediately after your treatment. 

How Soon Will I See Results?

Remember that Sofwave is designed to stimulate the skin’s healing process. Although the treatment takes only 30 to 45 minutes, the healing process can last much longer – sometimes as long as 12 weeks. Sofwave’s clinical trials have shown that one treatment is often all it takes for clients to see continued improvement for up to three months. 

What Kind of Side Effects Should I Expect?

Sofwave is a non-invasive skin tightening treatment, and clinical trials have proven it to be not only effective, but also safe. Your skin may appear slightly flushed for a few hours after your treatment, and some clients experience limited swelling. However, these should be gone completely in a matter of hours. 

Further questions about Sofwave’s efficacy, safety, and testing have been answered in Sofwave’s FAQ