SkinTyte is a non-invasive treatment used to treat skin laxity and sagging. The SkinTyte treatment offers fast, safe, and effective treatments tailored for all skin types with no downtime. SkinTyte uses advanced infrared light to deeply heat the skin while cooling and protecting the entire treated area. Since the SkinTyte treatment takes place deep under the surface of the skin, it is safe for year-round treatment. Energy is delivered in fast, gentle pulses to promote collagen production. This collagen production initiates the body’s natural healing process, leading to the appearance of firmer tissue. SkinTyte yields best results when scheduled in a series of a minimum of 4 treatments, 2-3 weeks apart.
How Does SkinTyte Work?
The SkinTyte procedure utilizes infrared energy to deeply heat collagen in your skin. The heat initiates the body’s natural healing processes, which create a renewed collagen foundation resulting in increased skin firmness. Powerful cooling maintains the outer surface of your skin at a cool temperature before, during and after each pulse providing the patient a comfortable and safe procedure.
What can a patient expect during SkinTyte treatment?
The SkinTyte light energy is delivered in a sequence of rapid, gentle pulses. There is no need for a topical anesthetic cream. A series of pulses will be repeated over the treatment area to ensure best results.
What areas can be treated with SkinTyte?
SkinTyte treatments are safe for all skin colors and can be performed on any area of the body where an improvement in your skin firmness is desired. Popular areas include the face, neck, and abdomen.
How long will it take to heal after SkinTyte?
This is a noninvasive and gentle procedure with no downtime. NO special care regime is required following the treatment. Your skin will be slightly red or pink following the treatment. This will subside after about 20-30 minutes. You are able to return to work, apply makeup and resume your activities immediately. However, you should always protect your skin from direct sun exposure and use a good sunscreen.