Titan Skin Tightening
Lauded by beauty experts and industry insiders the world over, including InStyle, The View, Harper's Bazaar and Prevention Magazine, Titan has been proven to be one of the most advanced and effective treatments to correct lax, saggy skin.
If you have qualms about traditional plastic surgery facelifts, you're not alone. For many women, going under the skin just isn't worth it. Now, with Blue's Titan Skin Tightening treatment, you have a safe and proven solution that promises results as good as traditional treatments. And it's much more affordable than you'd think!
Titan is a light-based skin tightening system that heats the dermis deep underneath the skin surface, using infrared light. The heat from the infrared light stimulates collagen production, which help fill and tighten saggy, loose skin from within. Collagen is the skin's its natural volume-giving compound, and with Titan's help, the bolstered levels of collagen enable the skin to plump out hollows and fix sagginess in the neck, cheeks, arms, tummy and other parts of the body. Titan's light-based system means it is able to distribute energy more evenly to the dermis, giving you beautiful, even tone and texture.
The first non-invasive treatment cleared by the FDA for dermal heating, it provides a natural, chemical-free and non-surgical approach to treat lax skin, without any downtime or injections. During the treatment session, the top layer of skin is continuously cooled with a hand piece while the deeper layers are being heated, to minimize any discomfort.
Before and After
Price and Information
Neck and Chest
Jowls and Neck
Full Face, Neck and Chest
Full Face and Neck
Upper Armsinner arms
Frequently Asked Questions
How does the Titan treatment work?
Titan utilizes a safe infrared light to heat the dermis well below the skin's surface. During the procedure, the skin's top surface (epidermis) is protected through continuous cooling with the Titan hand piece. Titan's light-based platform provides a more uniform distribution of energy for heating the deep dermis than other energy sources, such as RF (radiofrequency).
What do Titan treatments feel like?
With each Titan pulse you will feel a brief heating sensation. Some patients are more comfortable taking a mild pain reliever beforehand. Many patients are comfortable without any medication during their Titan treatment. Your practitioner will advise you further. Immediately following Titan treatment, you may notice some redness and mild swelling in the treated area. Both should dissipate within a few hours. Consult with your physician for complete information on the benefits and risks of treatment.
What areas respond best to Titan?
Patients have been successfully treated with Titan on many areas of the body. The most common areas treated are the jaw line, under the chin, and the abdomen.
Who can be treated with Titan?
Since the Titan procedure heats tissue under the skin's surface, patients of any skin type or age can be treated. Your practitioner can advise you if the Titan is right for you.
How many Titan treatments will I need?
Although a single Titan treatment will produce very good results for most patients, it is quite common for patients to have two or three treatments over a few months. Your practitioner will advise you as to the number and frequency of Titan treatments recommended for optimal results.
What kind of results can I expect with Titan?
Many patients will notice improvement right away, but the best results are apparent three to four weeks after the first Titan treatment. Most significant results are noticeable three to four weeks after the second treatment.
Is Titan safe?
Titan can be used to safely treat all skin types for women and men ages 18 and up. Since the upper layer of the skin is protected by continuous contact cooling, anesthesia is not required and there is no downtime—patients can return to work immediately after treatment. Titan has reported no negative side effects.
Pre and Post Care
No Accutane use for 6 months prior to treatment.
Clean the skin, including removal of all make-up and other skin care products. Any creams or products left on the skin can interact with the light and increase the risk of unwanted side effects.
These treatments can be tolerated without anesthesia. The use of sedation, nerve blocks, or local injectable anesthetics is not recommended for these treatments as patient feedback is very important, and with proper technique, is not required. Topical anesthesia can be used if desired. It must be completely removed prior to treatment. CAUTION: Toxicity may result with overuse of topical anesthesia. Consult the manufacturer's labeling.
Some physicians make this treatment part of an overall skin care regimen along with topical retinoids, topical vitamin-C, sun protection, and/or microdermabrasion.
Do not treat over areas with tattoos.
The goal of Titan treatments is to sustain deep dermal heating. General post-cooling is not necessary after Titan treatments unless an area is overly erythematous or feels hot to the patient. In this case, ice, chilled gel, or hydro-gel pads may be applied post-treatment as needed for patient comfort. The treatment window can also be used as an effective post-cooling device.
Localized erythema may also be present and typically resolves within 24 to 48 hours. If prolonged erythema occurs, future treatments should be performed at a lower fluence.
If a wound develops an antibiotic ointment may be recommended.
Treatment intervals of 4 weeks are commonly used with an average of 2 to 4 treatments.