eTwo™ Sublative

Fractional RF Skin Rejuvenation

Suitable for all skin types

Minimal Downtime

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Opening Times
Mon - Wed & Fri: 09:00 - 17:00
Thu: 10:00 - 18:00
Sat: 10:00 - 13:00

Overview of eTwo™ Sublative

eTwo Sublative Rejuvenation is a skin treatment that utilizes fractionated bipolar radiofrequency (RF) technology. Fractional RF places the heat energy deep into the dermis where it can produce significant dermal impact with minimal epidermal disruption.

eTwo is ideal for treating:

  • Acne scars
  • Enlarged pores
  • Sun-damaged skin
  • Over-all skin rejuvenation

One of the biggest benefits of eTwo is that it is effective for all skin types.

Medaesthetics was the first clinic in WA to introduce this treatment back in 2013. Since then we have performed thousands of treatments with very high patient satisfaction rate. 


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Frequently Asked Questions

A strong numbing cream is applied to the skin thirty minutes before the treatment to numb the treatment area. The eTwo's handheld applicator is then applied gently against the skin and RF energy is transmitted. The entire treatment takes less than 30 minutes for the full face.

Once the skin is numb, there is very little discomfort felt by the patients. 

The treated area feels warm and slightly swollen for the first 24 to 48 hours. After that, the tiny RF fractional energy spots left on the skin turn brownish (barely noticeable to the human eye) then peel off over the next few days. Patients can apply makeup after the first seventy-two hours. 

eTwo is considered to be one of the effective skin treatments. It has an excellent efficacy profile.

Some rare complications include:

  • Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH) 
  • Allergic reaction 

These potential complications settle within a few weeks. 

Results are seen four to eight weeks after the first treatment. A course of three treatment sessions is recommended for optimal results. 

Pricing starts from $350 per treatment. 

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