In Easton and Annapolis, MD

Improve the Appearance of Skin Laxity With SkinTyte

in Annapolis and Easton, MD

As we age, so does our skin. But that doesn’t mean it’s game over. Toss out the ineffective creams and useless claims and improve the appearance of skin laxity with SkinTyte—the powerful nonsurgical treatment for the face, neck, and body.

The treatment utilizes advanced infrared light technology to improve the appearance of lax skin. In comparison to other methods, SkinTyte is considered a more effective light-based treatment for achieving the appearance of younger-looking skin. The treatment utilizes advanced infrared light technology to improve the appearance of lax skin. SkinTyte can help delay or eliminate the need for surgical procedures by improving the appearance of severe wrinkles and restoring a youthful contour to the face and body.

SkinTyte targets skin laxity, one of the most prominent and visible signs of aging. Everyone’s skin is different. Your SkinTyte provider will customize your treatment to fit your unique skin type, treatment area(s), and aesthetic goals. During an initial consultation, your provider will recommend the number of SkinTyte treatments needed to achieve your goals.

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The SkinTyte Experience

During a SkinTyte procedure, the provider will apply the laser over the treated area four times. Each pass will deliver gentle heat to promote collagen production while maintaining optimal skin surface temperature, keeping the treatment comfortable and downtime low.

The result is improved skin for up to 12 months or longer.

Post-Treatment Care

Patients can expect mild redness and swelling, similar to a sunburn sensation, for a few minutes following the procedure. Most patients apply makeup and return to normal activities immediately following treatment.

SkinTyte is typically performed as part of a series, spaced approximately 4-8 weeks apart, depending on the depth and coverage area of the treatment, as well as the health and integrity of the skin being treated.