I Hosted a Virtual Party for the Silk’n Titan

Months ago I volunteered to host an in-person demo party for Tryazon and the Silk’n Titan – a skin tightening, lifting and anti-aging device you can use at home. Then the COVID situation got worse so I decided to try my first virtual party using Facebook rooms. It found it was kind of weird, kind of fun and really hard to take a screen shot with one hand while demonstrating the device. The Titan itself was pretty cool, though I haven’t gotten to use it long enough yet to see the full results.

What is the Silk’n Titan?

The Silk’n Titan is a small device you plug-in and then move slowly over your face where you want to improve your skin texture, appearance and elasticity. It uses three sources of energy to reach different levels of your skin to stimulate natural cell renewal:
• Infrared Heat (IR)
• Light-Emitting Diodes (LED)
• Bi-Polar Radio Frequency (RF)

Infrared Heat (IR) work on the surface of the skin, improving texture and pore size, and reduces superficial sun and age spots and dark circles.
Light-Emitting Diodes (LED) reach the dermis layer, rejuvenating skin and restoring collagen. It stimulates cell renewal and fibroblast production, reducing wrinkles and lessening the appearance of crow’s feet, fine lines and frown lines.
Bi-Polar Radio Frequency (RF), reaches the deep layers of the skin, to tighten and promote new collagen and elastin which improves sagging and loss of firmness in face and neck.

I really wanted to give it a try due to the RF component. I was part of a research study years ago, where they compared the results of the Smoothbeam laser vs. Thermage, which uses RF technology. I had the treatments on different sides of my face, and I always felt like the Thermage side ended up a little smoother. The downside is that Thermage is really pricey and it hurt like HELL. I seriously teared up at one point, and that was after sitting with numbing cream on my face for 45 minutes. So the promise of a pain-free at-home treatment really appealed to me.

How do you use the Titan?

They really make you work for the results with this device! You squirt a water-based slider gel on the Titan, turn it on and then move it slowly on one section of your face and neck at a time. They recommend spending 10-15 min. on each section, broken up into forehead, upper cheek, lower cheek, chin, right side of neck, left side and even down to your décolleté if desired.

The treatment ends up being over an hour, even at 10 minutes a section. And you need to do it twice a week for ten weeks for best results. Then keep it up at twice a month after that. I have a small child at home, so I don’t really get hours to myself to sit and rub my face, so the only way I managed to get a treatment done was to try and entice my son with a video game or movie of his choice, while I sat next to him and worked on ironing out my fine lines.

The Titan has five settings that slowly increase in heat intensity. I had no problem with the highest setting, and it just feels warm while you move it over your face. There was definitely no pain, and afterwards my skin was a little red, but that went away in about an hour. It also looked a little more smooth immediately, but I did just sit there massaging a hyaluronic moisturizing gel into my face for over an hour.

Photo immediately after using the Titan:

I hope to try and keep it up because I feel like it definitely did a little something and I’d like to see if the results improve after several uses. I’ll be posting a follow-up at the end of this article after ten weeks!

You can find out more about the Titan, see frequently asked questions, how-to videos and more, visit the Silk’n Titan website:
https://silkn.com/products/titan-skin-tightening

Receive 15% off the Titan, plus exclusive free gifts of an extra Slider Gel and Silk’n head band until July 19th, 2020 with promo code TITANSET
Use this link: https://silkn.com/products/titanset

And a big thank you to the ladies who joined me for a drink and a demo, all through the Facebook Rooms platform. It was pretty easy to set up, schedule and then send everyone a link to join. If more than one person talks at once, it does kind of sound like you are underwater. But it was fun to get together for a bit, even if it was just virtually. And thanks to my husband, who made it possible for me to get this screen shot of the demo, by hiding off to the side and pressing the keyboard buttons for me.

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