1 Day After EMatrix in Dallas, TX

So far, so good. Here in Dallas there is a...

So far, so good. Here in Dallas there is a wonderful alternative to the high cost of these non-surgical cosmetic treatments--an institute where they teach them. Because it is a school, you can either choose to have an instructor (regular cost) or students (super low cost) do the procedures. Yes, I know there is a risk factor, and some procedures may not be as suitable for this kind of thing, but frankly there were 3 students doing the eMatrix while the instructor paid close attention--I had face, neck & chest done--and each of them was just as good as a typical technician you would pay far more for. I used the "B" setting since I have sun damage, melasma, and skin laxity. It was a predictable experience, with the "rubber band" type stings and immediate heat response but nothing I couldn't handle.

I realize I am only one day out, and even though everything looks even (eMAtrix has distinctive grid marks so you can see where the RF energy was used) I probably won't know for sure until another week or two. I will update then, but wanted to say for now that I am very pleased and especially with the awesome deal--super professional yet friendly place - gotta love it!

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BTW, forgot to mention a couple things. First, the...

BTW, forgot to mention a couple things. First, the price was even lower than usual since the person before me had cancelled so
I got the chest treatment gratis so they could have the students "operate" and second, forgot to say I just turned 51 and have always had a good amount of hyperpigmentation which had begun to increase a lot the last few years. The instructor told me that my skin swelled up immediately after they started the procedure, which is a good sign of general health (indicating histamine response which will likely give a great result). So I am looking forward to seeing the full effects in a few months, although most say the improvements start in a couple weeks.

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While looking for information on Venus Freeze, I ran across the information posted in the above review on the National Laser Institute. I wanted to provide an update that the the Venus Freeze is no longer offered at this institution.
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Any updates on how you look today?

Gena
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Hi Sandy, 

I'm glad that although you went and saw a group of students their teacher was right there and the results were good. The community to would like to know how everything turns out in a few months. 

Thank you, 

-Britt

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National Laser Institute

Top notch all the way - the only category not sure of is how my skin will respond to the treatment overall so will check back in a week or two and update.

5 out of 5 stars Overall rating
5 out of 5 stars Doctor's bedside manner
5 out of 5 stars Answered my questions
5 out of 5 stars After care follow-up
5 out of 5 stars Time spent with me
5 out of 5 stars Phone or email responsiveness
5 out of 5 stars Staff professionalism & courtesy
5 out of 5 stars Payment process
5 out of 5 stars Wait times
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