Mixed Reviews of TITAN

Beauty Cred on 25 Mar 2008 at 12:05pm

Our readers don't think TITAN Skin Tightening works very well, but I just read the blog of a woman over 60 who said that if you combine it with liposuction it works on parts of the body that people think nothing can be done for, such as elbows, knees and arms. Now I don't believe I will ever have those parts of my body worked on (I only have so much capital available for self-investment), but if I wanted to wear a bathing suit, or if I had lost a lot of weight, I'd say this procedure, or combination of procedures, is worth looking at. Of course if you have liposuction you may end up with sagging skin, and certainly if you have had weight loss surgery you might want to look at this.

The TITAN site says "Patients have been successfully treated on many areas of the body where skin is lax. Loose skin on the abdomen, back of the upper arm, along the jaw line and under the chin have responded particularly well to the procedure."

Physiologically,TITAN infrared energy penetrates to a depth that heats water and surrounding collagen to the point of contraction and then generates new collagen. The contraction of one millimeter to three millimeters and a little bit of a lift, can be substantial improvement in somebody with moderate laxity. This I translate to mean younger people!

Quick take: for people in their 40's, but not in their 60's.