Short Summary

FaceTite® is a new and minimally invasive facial contouring treatment. Renowned for being the best facial contouring device on the market, it delivers outstanding results by tightening and shaping the face, neck and eyes, with long-lasting results.

Key Information

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From £1,500
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60 minutes
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Up to 1 week
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Once every 3 years

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What are the benefits of FACETITE®?
  • Face and jaw line contouring
  • Neck tightening and shaping
  • Rejuvenating under eyes
  • Reduction of fat
How does FACETITE® work?

During the treatment, a surgeon inserts a cannula through a small incision in the target area, radiofrequency (RF) energy is then passed from an external probe to the cannula. FaceTite® provides the strongest minimally invasive tightening and lifting effect, as RF passes all the way through the skin, increasing collagen and elastin production throughout. The treatment has the added effect of melting fat underneath the skin.

What complementary treatments are available?

FaceTite® is an excellent contouring and tightening device. Further skin tightening and lifting can be achieved with Morpheus8, and stubborn fat deposits are effectively treated with liposuction.

Healthy and glowing skin is developed with Profhilo® skin booster and medical grade skin care. For a younger complexion, Botox® is effective primarily in the upper face, and filler achieves contour and definition in the lower face.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the post treatment advice?
  • Avoid touching or massaging the treated areas
  • Do not apply retinol or Vitamin C for 24 hours after the procedure
  • For the first 24 hours, keep treated area dry and clean, wash with lukewarm water and allow to air dry (avoid using towels)
  • Avoid saunas, hot baths and jacuzzis for 3 days post treatment
  • Avoid exercise or sweat inducing activities for 3 days post treatment
  • Avoid sunlight for 24 hours post procedure
  • As part of your skin health regimen, from 24 hours post procedure avoid direct sunlight on the treated area, using a hat where possible, and with broad spectrum physical SPF 50 and 5 star UVA protection such as the Forlle’d Hyalogy UV protector or ZO Sheer Fluid Broad Spectrum Sunscreen.
What are the risks?
  • Bruising and swelling
  • Infection
  • Bleeding
  • Numbness
  • Weakness of movement
What can I expect?

Prior to arrival at Montrose

From 4 weeks prior to treatment you should avoid any abrasive treatments, including: laser; micro-needling; prolonged or UV exposure; or aggressive facials

A week before treatment stop all use of irritant topical products (Acids, Retinol, Vitamin C or scrubs)

If you are taking NSAIDs such as Asprin or Ibuprofen you should discuss with your physician whether it is possible to discontinue their use whilst you are treated with FaceTite®.

You should note that any filler injected within 6 months of FaceTite® may be dissolved by the treatment.

On arrival at Montrose

On arrival at Montrose, our team will assist in the removal of any makeup. One of our plastic surgeons or dermatologists will undertake an initial consultation to understand any of your concerns and to review your medical history, after which the treatment area will be photographed.

The procedure requires injection of local anaesthetic and infiltration of fluid to the desired area. This enables the easy passage of the cannula under the skin, and radiofrequency energy is then transmitted through the full thickness of the skin to tighten and contour.


Results are at their peak at six weeks, and skin tightening continues to improve for one year. Results last up to five years.

The treatment area will be red and swollen for two to five days post treatment and some patients prefer to remain at home during this time.

Who is this treatment unsuitable for?

The treatment is unsuitable for:

  • Patients who are pregnant
  • Patients who are breastfeeding
  • The elderly or patients with thin skin
  • Patients with a collagen disorder
  • Active smokers
  • Patients with pacemakers