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It’s no surprise that with its effectiveness and ease, ThermiTight is becoming one of the most popular skin tightening treatments in the marketplace. If you’re not familiar with ThermiTight, now is a great time to learn about what it can do to tighten your skin in just one treatment!

What is ThermiTight?

ThermiTight is a revolutionary new cosmetic procedure that uses radiofrequency energized heat to cause controlled damage below the surface of the skin. While it may seem counteractive, this controlled damage actually rejuvenates cells called fibroblasts and promotes our body’s natural growth of collagen.

What is the Procedure Like?

A numbing agent will be injected into your skin to ensure the upmost comfort, making the ThermiTight procedure comfortable and virtually painless.

Typically, your specialist will find the problem areas that need to be treated. These areas may include the neck, face, abdomen, arms, or thighs, but it absolutely depends on what you are seeking from the treatment.

Your specialist will then use a small thermistor probe to inject the heat energy into the deeper layers of your skin. The probe will be gently moved to ensure that there is an even area of treatment and the specialist will continue to monitor your skin throughout the process to ensure that it remains in the correct temperature range for the best treatment results. Overall, the procedure typically takes 45 minutes to 1 hour.

What is the Healing Time?

As with all minimally invasive cosmetic procedures, you may experience some tenderness and swelling after your Thermitight treatment. Over-the-counter painkillers can take care of this and any light bruising or redness that can occur for those with sensitive skin.

The most impressive perk of ThermiTight is that you only have to undergo a ThermiTight treatment once to see long-lasting results! If you’re ready to see what a ThermiTight treatment can do for you, schedule a consultation online or call us at 215-503-FACE to talk to one of our specialists today.

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