Titan Skin Tightening

The Titan Skin Tightening Treatment

Many people who are looking for non-invasive ways to tighten sagging skin have likely come across Titan skin tightening treatments or Titan Laser at one point or another. These treatments, which use infrared lights to penetrate the skin and boost collagen production, usually require little to no healing time and lack the kind of side effects that are common with other types of cosmetic surgery. Titan skin tightening treatments may be a possible option for people who want to tighten the skin on their face, abdomen, or neck without the use of artificial collagen. This procedure is often claimed to deliver the same results as medical-grade wrinkle fillers and collagen injections without damaging deeper muscle tissue but we treat those sorts of claims with suspicion. Titan skin tightening is usually performed in a skin care clinic by a dermatologist or other skin care specialist and is thought to be safe for most skin types.

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How Does Titan Skin Tightening Work?

Titan skin tightening treatments work by introducing infrared light to sagging skin, which penetrates the epidermis and works to boost collagen production. Collagen is a protein in your skin that plays a big role in how firm your skin is, but over time the body decreases its production, leading to sagging skin and wrinkles. However, unlike radiofrequency treatments, the infrared light that is dispensed during a Titan treatment does not penetrate the skin at the same depth. The infrared light passes through its surface and interacts with the layer beneath it, where some skin care experts claim the energy stimulates and multiplies collagen fibers naturally.

What to Expect During Titan Skin Tightening

Titan skin tightening requires little preparation; however, those who use prescription retinoid creams to treat severe acne should speak to their dermatologist before undergoing the procedure, or discontinue use of such creams at least six months before getting the treatment, as the infrared energy may react with the medication and cause further problems. Skin that is tattooed cannot be treated with Titan skin tightening treatments, as the ink will interfere with the level of penetration by infrared light.

Before treatment, patients should ensure that the skin to be treated is clean. This is especially important if they will be using Titan skin tightening treatments for their face, as makeup or other heavy cosmetics may increase the risk of skin irritation.

If you have sensitive skin, or just don’t like pain, a numbing gel can be applied beforehand, but must be removed again when the treatment begins, which many lengthen treatment time. During treatment, the Titan skin tightening wand delivers the infrared energy and a cooling sensation simultaneously, which keeps the epidermal layer from becoming overheated. The length of Titan skin tightening treatments may vary depending on which part of the body is treated.

What to Expect After Treatment

Titan skin tightening treatments are designed to be minimally invasive so that those who undergo the procedure can return to work and resume other normal activities as quickly as possible. Many skin care experts assert that this infrared treatment has fewer side effects than other kinds of laser therapy, as the energy does not penetrate deeply enough to cause muscular atrophy. However, any patient who experiences redness or mild skin irritation can use cold packs to ease the irritation, which should resolve itself within several hours. Those who offer the Titan skin tightening treatment report that it will take up to four treatments for results to be noticeable.

Titan Skin Tightening Side Effects

Few side effects have been reported with Titan skin tightening treatments. In rare cases, patients with thin skin have developed mild wounds that required the application of antibiotic ointment, but this is not believed to be a common occurrence. Some people reported feeling a heated sensation at the treatment area, as if they had gotten a mild sunburn. Cool packs and ice are recommended in this instance, and the sensations should then subside. Nonetheless, talk to your dermatology specialist physcian extensively before getting the Titan skin tightening procedure to ensure that you’re not exposing yourself to unnecessary risk.

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16 replies
  1. Kelly
    Kelly says:

    I’ve never heard of the titan laser skin tightening before in my life. But reading all the reviews, and comments of people, plus this article, got me in touch with the essence of the treatment. Can anyone tell me how much it costs? I’m not sure what the price is… Is it the same everywhere? I’m not even sure if every clinic has this treatment… I’m not an expert but I’ve never even read about titan for skin tightening, and I wonder why, because it seems like a completely legit treatment to me… Would like to know what you all think about it, and if there is an expert who can help me, I’d be more than glad to hear some more!

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  2. Gia
    Gia says:

    Can you tell me how many treatments it really takes and what does it depend on. I’m really liking the titan laser, I mean the entire titan treatment. It looks as a great way to iron out your age and worries. Crow’s feet are my target! Wonder if it can do miracles, because mine are deep. I’m guessing one treatment isn’t enough, that’s with any procedure. Is two or three treatments enough? I’m 45 and I don’t really have sensitive skin, infection or acne, I mean, I’m kind of past puberty and that stage where your skin is playing tricks on you. I’d just like to rejuvenate it a bit, get rid of those lines, and maybe just maybe make it a little bit more tight and elastic. I would love to hear some experiences with it, and maybe some good recommendations on which doctor or clinic to go with. I live in Perth, so anywhere near would be lovely.

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  3. titan laser lover
    titan laser lover says:

    I am one of the fans of titan laser skin tightening. No other treatment has taken care of my saggy and boring skin like this. I look at myself in the mirror and I see my age. I see the wrinkles, the lines… I see dry and droopy skin… I also see that no cream in the world does anything to prevent it. And it’s getting worse year by year. If you are sick of that, and want to do something about it, then do it. Don’t wait for a miracle, and don’t let it go too far. Titan is for skin tightening, and it’s the best treatment for skin tightening there is. It is safe, you just have to prepare yourself for what you are going to encounter once you enter that doctor’s office.

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  4. Erika
    Erika says:

    My name is Erika, and I have something to say. The titan skin tightening reviews can be amazing, but if you don’t go out there, find a respectable doctor, a reputable clinic and get all the information you need before choosing to get the titan skin tightening treatment, then you don’t know what you’re talking about. My sister was so naïve and went there without questioning the doctors or the treatment what so ever. She had really sensitive skin, and obviously nobody warned her that there could be some consequences… Unfortunately, she had an infection after that, and she had to put antibiotics on her face, which was so sad… It didn’t really do any permanent damage, but no one told her about the side effects or the potential damage it may cause her, otherwise she could have at least reconsider it… Therefore, if you have delicate skin think about these treatments, and think about them well…

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  5. Dee
    Dee says:

    I am a fan of the titan laser ever since I read several great titan skin tightening reviews. And, of course, ever since I dared to try it. I’m a scared cat indeed. I don’t like needles, lasers, chemical peels, oh, those burning and stinging sensations are just horrible. I don’t believe that it can help your skin at all! The titan treatment however, is a lot more mild, and it doesn’t go so deep into your skin, leaving most of the skin cells intact and natural. It does however get the results done by stimulating collagen production, which is what’s actually more important if you got dull and saggy skin, you know? Make sure you know all the facts and what exactly you want, so you don’t go for aggressive treatments, thinking it’s what you need…

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  6. Vicky
    Vicky says:

    The titan skin tightening is more than appealing to us young women. To me, it’s great for several things… But not to be boring, I decided to point out the recovery and side effects…Which were NONE what so ever! I didn’t even feel any pain, or itching… I know there may be signs of stinging or itching, or even redness like when you tan and you burn… But my skin took it pretty well, every single treatment so far, and I’ve had three. As for the recovery, it was instant. I was in and out of there before you could blink… Later on I had classes and I went there without any restraint. It’s so awesome that you can fit it in your daily schedule, especially if you’re a busy person.

    The titan skin tightening cost is normal for me, it’s not too much. I’m not going to complain, since it does wonders for my skin and makes me look fresh. With all the money I wasted on buying expensive products, creams, serums etc., I could have done dozens of these treatments.

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  7. Jaclyn Bold
    Jaclyn Bold says:

    Fighting the battle against saggy, old skin is definitely hard because there is no skin tightening cream out there that can help you be the winner, seriously, no matter how expensive and famous it is, it just doesn’t work. Long ago, I gave up on those things, and realized that if I wanted to see firm cheeks, a beautiful smooth neckline, I needed a better ally for skin tightening. Titan skin tightening is great, and I believe it works much better than wrinkle injections. I tried it, and I had less visible side effects with the titan skin tightening. It was a better experience overall, not to mention that the numbing cream the specialist provided was a miracle worker, because it eliminated any uncomfortable symptoms.

    I have to add that, my skin is not sensitive, or prone to any kind of infections, breakouts, damages. I feel it’s important to put an accent on that, because it might not work as good on others as it did on me.

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  8. Leah
    Leah says:

    This seems similar to the ipl treatment, if I’m not mistaken? The name sounds so powerful, so efficient so able to do anything. Skin tightening has become a big deal, nowadays; everybody is doing it…and their mother. Skin rejuvenation is so popular, thermage, liposuction and now this… I also heard about a thing called Refirme, God, can’t even keep up. It would be nice if you had a section where we could compare advantages and disadvantages, like in a table. Something very concise, clear, and open, that would help us in choosing the right one and make our decision faster and easier. Just a suggestion!

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  9. Nancy
    Nancy says:

    Fraxel helps with skin tightening as well, because it makes the skin produce more collagen and therefore, by producing more collagen you get younger skin that works in your advantage and makes you look more tight and firm, and smooth and silky, all of it. I read about skin tightening Sydney has, a lot, and not just on this website and I believe that lasers are the way to go, because they are powerful enough to reverse aging, and fast, and everyone loves fast results. So what If you feel a bit of burning it’s not the end of the world, you just grit your teeth and get it over with, and once you see the results you’re going to be happy and won’t regret a dime. The laser resurfacing is better than the titan skin tightening, and it solves more issues and influences other things to get better too!

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  10. Carla
    Carla says:

    I was wondering, does microdermabrasion belong to the skin tightening procedures, or does it have similar effects? I can’t really distinguish it because I did it, and now I don’t see the big difference. I read a lot about titan skin tightening, and it seems promising. Not really sure how prices go in the bigger cities, I live in Melbourne. Can it be done in a beauty salon or does it have to be a specialized clinic?
    Need to save a few pennies, so if it can be done cheaper why not. I don’t believe any harm can be done, doesn’t seem dangerous at all.

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  11. Braddy
    Braddy says:

    Wow, so many new skin tightening treatments I haven’t even heard of! Need to do my research, and catch up! What kind of a skin tightening laser are you talking about, is it the fraxel laser? Sorry if I’m not making any sense, it’s just that I have been out of the whole ordeal for the last five years. Had kids, took care of them, and know when they are a little bit bigger, I totally remembered that I have to take care of myself too. And the stress of parenthood has taken its toll on my skin. It looks grey, old and saggy… Wrinkles, wrinkles everywhere… The youth has passed by so fast! Is Titan skin tightening available somewhere near Perth?

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  12. Shane
    Shane says:

    I adore titan skin tightening. I am 31 and it’s worked out great for me, I just needed a little bit of a touch up, because my skin doesn’t look great, and makes me look older, and nobody wants that. Titan skin tightening is modern and doesn’t hurt, and it’s so super easy, and it doesn’t even last long. I sound like some groupie, but it’s the excitement speaking. Wish I could upload you my before and after pictures!!!

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  13. Judith
    Judith says:

    The numbing cream that they put on your face, can it be bought in drugstores? Do they provide it for you, or can you buy it yourself? I know the article says you don’t really have to prepare or anything, but I was just curious. Does it help afterwards too?
    Anyways, I have the world’s best skin tightening cream, but it’s not making my skin anymore elastic or firm, and it’s disappointing me. Just a waste of my hard earned money. I think I am going to go for radiofrequency skin tightening, because it seems less painful and the less pain the more I am interested. I can’t and I don’t want to feel anything just because I want to look younger.

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  14. Colleen
    Colleen says:

    My skin is really smooth and soft now; when I run my fingers over it it’s so silky, like from commercials. Facial rejuvenation is possible but with the right treatment. I tried laser skin tightening once and never again. Titan skin tightening is so innovative and it makes it is so much easier to withstand. It really fits the modern era. However, if the doctor is not up to the latest fashion when it comes to the procedure he might undermine the entire results, so watch out when you have to choose a clinic or a specialist. Usually when you hear that someone is good it’s true.

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  15. Jennifer
    Jennifer says:

    Seems like radio frequency skin tightening, but I am so confused, maybe I am too ignorant about this stuff, but what is the difference between rf skin tightening and titan skin tightening? Why are they different, they seem almost the same to me. Are there any major differences in price?!

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  16. Sussanne
    Sussanne says:

    I had titan skin tightening, and I am super happy with the results. After only two treatments, can you believe that? But if I were to compare it with other treatments like this, I’m not quite sure if there is a difference in results, there is only a difference in the procedure itself. But I do believe, that of all the skin treatments out available in Sydney clinics, the non aggressive ones are really the best and most affordable. There is less pain, less downtime, and we all know that’s the most important thing nowadays. It even costs us to stay at home and lay down resting, because we can’t afford to lose a day at our job. I did my skin tightening at Sydney facial clinic that was really affordable, and it’s not really that famous, it’s more low key, one of those places that you only hear of if somebody who actually went there tells you about, and you wonder why you it’s not more popular… They are so careful, affordable and really committed to their jobs, from staff to doctors. And one more thing, they have a large variety of treatments, injectable and lasers.

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