HIFU stands for High Intensity Focused Ultrasound. It’s a great non-surgical face and skin tightening treatment that is not only good for the face and neck but also a great option for loose skin after post-pregnancy weight loss.
In this episode of the Hannah London Podcast we answer the question “What is HIFU therapy?”.
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What is HIFU therapy?
So I think to start with you know, HIFU actually stands for high intensity focused ultrasound. So we mainly use HIFU for it’s like, trying to do like a mini facelift. Obviously it’s not going to give you the magic results of a facelift.
Yeah, but where as they market it usually as the closest you can get as a surgical facelift. Much less painful much less downtime, it’s not invasive, and it’s very convenient the downtime is minimal. Well we’re gonna get there but it’s the closest you can get to as a non surgical facelift
Yeah so the results are really good obviously they’re for skin tightening, collagen production, helping with toning yeah elasticity so really such an amazing treatment in terms of you know, not having to go under the knife a nice alternative definitely.
And cost twice as well. Much more beneficial.
Oh, yeah, haha let’s not even go there. It’s important though.
Yeah, absolutely. Because some people they do find a HIFU quite pricey but like if you compare like
Absolutely, if you compare it to plastic surgery prices, it doesn’t even doesn’t even compare it’s like a drop in the ocean vaguely.