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High-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) is a relatively new cosmetic treatment for skin tightening that some consider a noninvasive and painless replacement for facelifts. It uses ultrasound energy to encourage the production of collagen, which results in significantly firmer, tighter, and lifted skin.
HIFU FACELIFT is a long-lasting, non-surgical, non-invasive treatment reduces signs of aging and improves the tone of the skin in a single session.
HIFU has been found to be a promising treatment that could replace face lifts, who don’t want the risks and recovery time associated with surgery.
HIFU was approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The device was also cleared by the FDA in 2014 to improve lines and wrinkles of the upper chest and neckline (décolletage).
HIFU is considered a safe, effective, and noninvasive procedure for tightening the facial skin.
Its advantages over a surgical face lift are hard to deny. There are no incisions, no scarring, no required rest or recovery time, and is far less expensive than a face lift. People were able to see results in a few months after treatment, without the risks associated with surgery.
Safe, non-invasive, and FDA approved
Immediately After HIFU Facelift
Tighten and Lift
HIFU is considered very safe if performed by a trained and qualified professional.
The best part about this treatment is that you’re able to resume your normal activities immediately after you leave the provider’s office. Some slight redness or swelling may occur, but it should subside quickly. A light tingling sensation of the treated area may persist for a few weeks.
Rarely, you may experience temporary numbness or bruising, but these side effects usually go away after a few days. Most people see full results two months after their final treatment.
If you’re looking for a treatment that is quick, painless, and noninvasive, HIFU is an excellent option compared to a surgical face lift.
Non-invasive | Natural results
No downtime | Single treatment
Builds collagen | Only ultrasound