Anyone who wants to look their best and regain a more youthful appearance may benefit from this unique procedure. If your confidence is affected by loose, sagging skin and deep lines or wrinkles, you may find that a FaceTite or NeckTite could be the solution you've been looking for.
It’s a pioneering treatment we are proud to offer at Snowberry Lane.
Best for treating
Jowls, double chins and loose skin around the face and neck
Duration of results
What is a FaceTite treatment?
FaceTite is a minimally invasive surgical treatment which uses Radio Frequency Assisted Lipolysis (RFAL) to target fatty and loose skin cells, heating them to get rid of fat which is removed using a tiny cannula. By heating the tissue and removing the fat, cells are encouraged to create stronger bonds which result in improved skin tone and the disappearance of saggy areas.
FaceTite works very well when you’re looking to treat your eyebrows, forehead, mouth and the folds between your nose and mouth.
What is a NeckTite treatment?
NeckTite is a form of RFAL, just like FaceTite, which uses radiofrequency energy to heat and break down fatty cells in problem areas around the neck. This results in tighter bonds in the neck which work wonders to remove the appearance of jowls and loose skin.
NeckTite works very well in the middle of the neck and right under the jaw.
What are the benefits of FaceTite/ NeckTite?
Benefits of opting for this type of procedure include the reduced downtime (in comparison to traditional methods), minimal scarring and a much lower risk of infection. In the majority of cases, a person having the treatment would never need stitches and any side effects will dissipate over a few days.
What is the difference between FaceTite and NeckTite?
Both treatments use the same technology, so there is no real difference.
Why would someone get FaceTite over other facelift treatments?
We think it’s a great option because it is much less invasive than traditional treatments, and with an area like the face, you want to be able to provide a safer option any chance you can.
What side effects would be expected from FaceTite?
Apart from some slight swelling, someone would expect a little redness or bruising which quickly dies down.
What are the benefits of having a FaceTite/NeckTite treatment?
Upon a full recovery, someone would expect to find:
- Tighter skin
- Improved tone
- Minimal or a practically invisible level of scarring
- Fast recovery
- It’s a one-time treatment
- A cheaper alternative to traditional methods
How long do the results of treatment last?
On average, a patient would be expected to see results last for a minimum of five years.
Are there any limitations to this treatment?
As with most cosmetic procedures, any patients with existing conditions and pregnant women would be advised against having it carried out.
We never carry out treatment without a full consultation first to make sure a patient is suitable.
What to expect from a FaceTite and NeckTite Procedure at Snowberry Lane Clinic
During a FaceTite and NeckTite procedure, neat incisions are carefully positioned in the target area.
As it is minimally invasive, a patient should expect some bruising and swelling in the early stages of your recovery; however, skin will quickly recover, and you’ll start seeing tighter younger-looking skin.
How do I know if FaceTite is right for me?
As with every single treatment we provide at Snowberry Lane, it all starts with getting an expert consultation. It’s crucial for one of our specialists to get to know what the current condition of your skin is like and why you think you’d want to have the treatment.
The first part of your treatment involves having a consultation with one of our expert staff who will go through what happens in detail after examining your skin. You'll learn how the procedure is carried out, what it can do for you, and what your recovery will involve. During this consultation, you will get to ask anything you need to know about FaceTite or NeckTite too.
From a full check, we’ll be able to advise on what treatment would be, or if there’s an alternative treatment which may be better for you.