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SkinTyte by Sciton 
in Clarkston, WA
Brighter, Younger, Tighter.

This cutting-edge technology uses targeted light energy to stimulate natural regeneration and create a beautifully contoured, youthful appearance.

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Tighten & Tone

Skin laxity occurs when the skin loses its elasticity and firmness, resulting in a sagging and wrinkled appearance. As we age, our bodies produce less collagen and elastin, which are crucial for maintaining skin elasticity. Additionally, prolonged sun exposure, genetics, and lifestyle factors like smoking and poor diet can contribute to skin laxity, and the natural aging process can weaken the underlying muscles and connective tissue. SkinTyte solves these problems and restores smooth, youthful, and taut skin.

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What is
SkinTyte
Laser?

SkinTyte is a non-invasive, light-based treatment that targets skin laxity by stimulating the production of collagen and elastin, the proteins that keep skin firm and supple. Using advanced infrared technology, SkinTyte comfortably heats the dermal layer of the skin, triggering the body’s natural healing response and promoting new collagen growth.

How Does SkinTyte By Sciton Work?

The SkinTyte device is powered by the BBL HERO and uses a specific wavelength of light that penetrates deep into the dermal layer. The light is absorbed by the water content in the skin, which converts the light into heat energy. This process causes the collagen fibers in the skin to contract and become tighter and triggers the body’s natural healing response.

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What Are The Benefits of SkinTyte?
  • Non-invasive and non-surgical treatment

  • No need for incisions or anesthesia

  • Safe and comfortable treatment

  • No post-treatment downtime

  • Improves overall skin tone and texture

  • Customized to address each individual’s skin type

  • Results last for up to two years

  • Naturalized results based on internal healing

  • Improves overall skin tone and texture

SKINTYTE GALLERY

What SkinTyte Treats
CONCERNS TREATED:
  • Mild to moderate skin laxity

  • Fine lines and wrinkles

  • Uneven skin texture and tone

  • Lack of skin firmness and elasticity

  • Dull, tired-looking skin

AREAS TREATED:
  • Face

  • Neck

  • Décolleté

  • Arms

  • Legs

  • Back

  • Buttocks

  • Abdomen

While SkinTyte is an effective treatment for mild to moderate skin laxity, it may not suit individuals with severe skin sagging or those requiring more aggressive skin tightening treatments. During your consultation, we will assess the level of skin laxity and determine if you’re a good candidate for SkinTyte or can benefit from other procedures.

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The Procedure

Before the treatment, you will consult with our laser expert to discuss your concerns, treatment goals, and medical history. The provider will examine your skin and determine if SkinTyte is the right treatment option. We will also discuss the treatment process, including the number of sessions required and expected results.

The provider will apply a cooling gel to the treatment area to protect your skin. The Skintyte Laser handpiece delivers targeted infrared light to the skin, which heats the deep layers of the skin and promotes collagen growth.

The treatment is typically painless, and patients can return to normal activities immediately after the procedure.

The Recovery

There is no downtime associated with SkinTyte, and patients can return to their daily activities immediately.

You may experience mild redness or swelling in the treated area, which typically subsides within a few hours to a day. You should avoid exposing the treated area to direct sunlight and use sunscreen to protect your skin.

The results of SkinTyte are typically visible after a few weeks, and most patients see continued improvement over several months. The treatment produces long-lasting results, with many patients experiencing improved skin firmness and elasticity for up to two years. Some patients may benefit from additional sessions for optimal results.

  • How Does Botox Work?
    BOTOX was developed to target the cause of fine lines and wrinkling. Over time, facial expressions such as squinting, smiling or frowning cause the facial skin to contract, over and over. BOTOX is injected into the muscles in constant motion, causing them to relax. With reduced muscle activity you will see smoother skin and fewer facial lines.
  • When Should You Start Getting Botox?
    There is no set age to start getting BOTOX treatments. If you are in your mid-20s, you might begin to see superficial lines around your eyes. Or maybe a bit later in life, you notice wrinkling, deeper creases created by facial motions, called “dynamic wrinkles.” Men and women of all ages can benefit from BOTOX injections.
  • Does Botox treatment hurt?
    BOTOX is injected using a tiny needle, and most patients do not find the injections painful. You may feel a small pinch from the needle at the injection site.
  • When will I see results?
    You should begin to see results in a few days after your BOTOX injections. Optimal results are achieved at two weeks.
  • How long do wrinkle relaxers last?
    Depending on how well you care for your skin, neurotoxin injections can last in the range of three to five months before requiring retreatment.
  • How much Botox will I need?
    This varies depending on several factors. These are the most common dosage range per area being treated. 11 Lines: 20-30 Units Forehead Lines: 12-24 units Crows Feet: 9-15 units each eye Lip Flip: 4-8 units Chin Dimpling: 6-12 units
  • Can I get Botox while pregnant or breastfeeding? (This includes all neuromodulators)
    It is not recommended to receive any BOTOX treatments while pregnant or breastfeeding. The effects of the treatment are local but pregnant women must be more careful than others due to the growing baby. During this time alternative treatments such as mild facial treatments can keep your skin fresh and glowing.
  • Which is better: Botox or Fillers?
    While both Botox and dermal fillers like Restylane are long-lasting treatments that can be used to reduce wrinkles, they each take slightly different approaches, treat slightly different problems, and are used in different areas of the face. Botox relaxes muscles so they don't contract and form creases, while dermal fillers fill in or plump up areas that have lost volume or smoothness.
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Practice Hours

Sunday: Closed

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Wednesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Thursday: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Saturday: Closed

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