The TimeNet Q&A with Consultant Owen Judd

Q: What is The TimeNet?

A: The TimeNet is a new treatment system designed to stimulate the body’s own matrix and collagen formation to create a natural ’tissue corset’, resulting in a natural face lift with tissue tightening, and restoration its useful contours and colour.

Q: How does it work?

A: The TimeNet uses filaments placed beneath the skin to weave a matrix which will provide natural net support, by forming its own collagen helix around the filament while it gradually dissolves, leaving a natural healthy tissue corset within, which adds lift and firmness to skin.

Q: Who else is proving this?

A: The TimeNet Academy are the only Training Academy providing access to this unique technique. No one else has access to the procedure.

Q: Has it been used elsewhere?

A: The TimeNet Matrix underlies every facial cosmetic improvement advocated by the company and is a technique already used in various countries around the world. Our partners treated over 2.7m customers last year and this number is growing.

Q: How long do the effects last?

A: This is dependent on skin type, previous treatment, age, and medical history. In general however the effects last between 8 months and 2 years

Q: How do I know this isn’t being performed by an unlicensed practitioner?

A: Unlike some techniques such as botulinum toxin injections, Practitioners of Time Net have to first undergo training. They also have be a practicing doctor, dentist or registered nurse. Individuals performing this technique will be registered with the Time Net Academy and will be listed on the Time Net website. Patients can therefore check that their practitioner has been properly trained and registered for the technique.

Q: What else is The TimeNet Academy doing to ensure quality?

A: Anyone performing The TimeNet technique has to first attend a Time Net training course. They must also be registered with either the General Medical Council, the General Dental Council or the Royal College of Nurses. The product has a CE mark meaning it has been assessed and found to be a quality product for use in the EEC. It has also attained FDA approval for use in the USA.

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