Considering a laser procedure so you may enjoy radiant, youthful skin once again? Titan Skin Tightening is one such treatment offering a variety of fantastic benefits. It’s available through your favorite West Hollywood skin clinic, and is widely celebrated as one of the most advanced anti-aging treatments currently on the market.
Check out answers to a few frequently-asked questions regarding this innovative yet non-invasive procedure:
What Is Titan Skin Tightening?
Titan Skin Tightening is the natural process of stimulating collagen production beneath the skin’s surface. It does not require surgery, injections, or a long recovery time. The idea is to improve skin over a three to six-month time frame so it looks firmer. It also reduces the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and folds.
How Long Do Titan Laser Treatments Take?
Titan laser treatments take anywhere from 15 to 60 minutes depending on the size of the area being worked on.
Where Is Treatment Most Successful?
Areas of the body that respond best to Titan Skin Tightening include under the chin, the abdomen, knees, jowls, and back of the arms.
How Does It Work?
This amazing treatment works by using a safe, handheld infrared light to heat the dermis. The special wavelength results in instant collagen contraction, which causes skin layers to tighten.
How Many Treatments Will I Require?
How many Titan Skin Tightening treatments you need depends on your skin type and what your needs are, though most benefit greatly from just one session.
Is It An Outpatient Procedure?
Absolutely! Titan Skin Tightening is one of those celebrated “lunchtime” procedures that allows you to resume daily activities immediately. Unlike the traditional facelift, there’s no waiting a month to recover with this treatment.
Are There Any Side Effects?
Side effects of Titan Skin Tightening are generally mild and may include slight swelling and redness. Such effects usually go away a few hours after the procedure.
Is The Treatment Painful?
You may feel a minor burning sensation during the procedure, however if you take a painkiller before your session you should be just fine.