What to Expect During Triniti

Triniti is a 3-step procedure used to correct skin discoloration, tighten skin to improve the appearance of lines and wrinkles and smooth skin for a more youthful, even-toned appearance.

The Preparation

Before the Triniti treatment can begin, a cosmetic specialist will clean the skin and cover it with a gel that will make operating the tools easier. The patient will be provided with protective goggles before the treatment begins.

The Process

During a Triniti treatment, patients may feel a hot or pinching feeling on the treated skin, but this feeling will not last long. The cosmetic specialist will perform three different pillars of the treatment, each targeting a specific type of flaw:

  1. FotoFacial RF Color Correction: The cosmetic specialist will run a tool using radio frequency heat and pulsed light that targets damaged cells and encourages new cell production. This step targets any discoloration in the skin, caused by age spots, rosacea, sun damage, spider veins and uneven tone.
  2. Refirme Skin Tightening: The second step renews collagen fibers in order to tighten saggy and lined skin such as wrinkles, jowls, sunken eyes, saggy brows and wrinkles on the upper lip. The cosmetic specialist will run a tool over the skin, although this one will use a combination of radio frequency and infrared light.
  3. Matrix IR Fractional for Wrinkles: The cosmetic specialist runs another tool over the skin, one that uses fractional infrared light. This time, the tool stimulates collagen so that it contracts and encourages collagen to remodel itself, leading to tighter skin, and reduced wrinkles and scar tissue.

The Duration

All three pillars of the Triniti procedure are performed in one visit, which must be repeated twice for a total of three treatments before you see obvious results. Each visit lasts an average of 40 to 60 minutes, but if you need more detailed work on your neck area, you can expect the treatment to last another 15 to 30 minutes.

Recovery from this cosmetic procedure is negligible and you should be able to resume normal activities immediately after. You may experience redness and dryness in your skin the first week or two after treatment, and should not be alarmed if some of your skin flakes off to reveal new skin beneath.

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