- Improve skin texture & smoothness
- Plump the skin
- Reduce & soften fine lines & wrinkles
- Increase jawline definition, improve jowls
- Create a more youthful looking face, neck & upper chest
- Improve skin laxity on the abdomen, thighs, arms, knees and buttocks
- Reduce the appearance of cellulite and stretch marks
- Rejuvenate by stimulating increased collagen production in the upper, middle, and deep dermis of your skin
Everyone’s skin is different. SkinTyte allows your provider to design a plan to fit your unique skin type, treatment area(s), and aesthetic goals.
As people age, the skin ages too, losing its natural collagen and elasticity. Until recently, surgical procedures were the only option for truly relieving this concern. However, Sciton’s advanced technology allows for a new way to address sagging skin without the need for significant downtime associated with surgery. It’s called SkinTyte, and it can be used anywhere on the face, neck, or body!
The Skin Tyte treatment uses selective thermolysis and broadband light technology to deeply heat your skin while cooling and protecting the entire treated surface. Skin Tyte can be provided quickly and comfortably with no downtime. The end result is a more youthful appearance.
What is the treatment like?
The Skin Tyte light energy is delivered in a sequence of rapid pulsed light. A series of pulses will be repeated over the treatment area to ensure best results. The face and neck can typically be treated within 30 minutes, but actual time will depend on the area treated.
What results should I expect?
Skin Tyte is recommended for patients who desire moderate, noticeable skin improvement without having to undergo surgery. Full results often take up to four months as the collagen foundation of your skin is rebuilt and strengthened.
What areas can be treated?
Skin Tyte treatments are safe for all skin types 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, abdomen, knees, thighs, buttocks and arms.
How many treatments will I need?
This depends on your baseline and desired outcome. A series of 3-6 treatments spaced 3 weeks apart is typical for most patients.