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HIFU (High Intensity Focused Ultrasound)

What is HIFU and how does it work?

To treat facial wrinkles and loss of elasticity due to aging, acne and rosacea.
Thanks to modern skin care technology it is easy to treat skin problems caused by environmental factors. There are many skin rejuvenation options available for wrinkles, fine lines, and loss of elasticity, acne and rosacea. There are many options for people who want to treat skin problems or improve the skin care, and get a healthy and natural look. Ultrasound was introduced as a new treatment for therapeutic and cosmetic purposes. The principle of HIFU is a non-surgical advanced technology that can significantly tighten and lift the several areas of the face, reduce the signs of ageing and improve the tone of the skin in a single session. HIFU offers an alternative to surgical lifting, it can be applied to any area of the face, eyebrow, neck, double chin, décolleté, wherever there are signs of wrinkles and fine lines. HIFU is giving a completely natural, relaxed and youthful look.

Focused ultrasound penetration at a depth of up to 1.5, and 4.5 mm into the skin, that is, at the same depth an invasive facelift reaches. The action of the ultrasound waves specifically targets the deepest layers of the connective tissue and muscle layers of the epidermis, known as the SMAS. That is, the layer that the plastic surgeon intervenes with, during a surgical facelift, to tighten and correct loose skin. At the same time, it activates fibroblasts, which produce new collagen in a safe way, by stimulating the natural process of collagen genesis inside the skin.

The treatment lasts 30-60 minutes. After HIFU-Focused ultrasound treatment, you may experience mild redness, which disappears in one hour. The results of the tightening and lifting of the skin reach the complete result after 3 months.

HIFU is one session and the result lasts 1-1,5 years. The non-surgical facelift can combined with other treatments and is meant for people over 30 years of age. At this age the first signs of aging, fine lines and wrinkles appear.