HIFU Guide from Lipo Freeze2u Cambridge
HIF Ultimate Guide from Lipo Freeze2u Cambridge
What Is High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound?
How Does HIFU Work?
Ultrasound energy is used during the treatment to stimulate the deep layers supporting your skin. This creates an appearance that is lifted and tauter plus stimulates your body to produce collagen, which helps your skin in maintaining its youthful glow.
The technology of HIFU is unique in its capability to penetrate your dermis and the SMAS (superficial muscular aponeurotic system) layer, which is deeper compared to all other facial treatments that are non-invasive. The SMAS is the very layer that’s tightened during the process of conventional facelift surgery.
Who is Suitable for HIFU Cambridge
Suitable candidates are people aged 30 years and above and who have seen that the skin on their neck or face has become laxer and want to lift plus tighten the relevant areas.
For patients in their thirties, it’s used to stimulate the production of collagen, thus help in delaying the ageing process. Most of the times, patients in their forties and fifties are known to be the most common age groups who usually have this treatment.
The treatment is also for people aged 60 and above provided the laxity degree isn’t too great. Additionally, it is suitable for people who have had surgery previously to extend surgical facelifts effects.
Areas That Can Be Treated
- Overall skin tightening plus rejuvenation
- Neck lifting and tightening
- Nasolabial fold reduction
- Midface lifting
- Jowl lifting
- Brow lifting
Advantages of the Treatment
- Once per year treatment
- Noticeable results
- No recovery time
- No cuts to the skin
- Stimulates natural collagen production
- More affordable
How Long Does It Take to See Results?
How Long Do the Results of HIFU Cambridge Last?
Most clients find the results last more than one year, but annual touch-up treatments are recommended for you to be ahead of the process of ageing.
Does it Hurt?
Is HIFU Safe?
Can a Facelift be Replaced by 3D-HIFU?
3D-HIFU isn’t a replacement for surgery. However, it’s perfect for those who want to uplift their neck and face and aren’t ready for surgery, either logistically, financially or psychologically. It’s regarded as more of an ‘uplift’ instead of a ‘facelift’, and it can be blended with other lifting treatments that are non-surgical to enhance the results further.
Is 3D-HIFU Classified as Surgery?
The Type of 3D-HIFU treatment Results Achieved
How Many 3D HIFU Treatment Do You Need?
Is There Any Downtime?
Can you Combine HIFU with Other Treatments?
HIFU is often used alongside other treatments for enhancing results like our fat freezing treatments for other parts of the body.