HiFu – body area

HIFU is a device of the latest technology, which main task is to counteract gravity. Concentrated ultrasound beam technology is currently one of the most effective, non-invasive methods to fight skin flaccidity in the face and body.

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Zabieg Hifu przeznaczony jest do poprawy gęstości skóry twarzy i ciała, redukcji zmarszczek, liftingu oraz odmłodzenia skóry.

The Hifu treatment is designed to improve the density of facial and body skin, reduce wrinkles, lifting and rejuvenating the skin.



The effect that we can achieve thanks to the Hifu treatment is skin lifting, tightening and thickening of the skin, reduction of wrinkles on the forehead, neck, eye area and the effect of raising the eyebrow line. In most cases, only one treatment is needed. The effect lasts up to 18 months.


The uniqueness of the HIFU treatment is that the top layers of the skin are not damaged, and it works in its deeper parts (it reaches the so-called SMAS layer). Depending on the selected cartridge, energy can be deposited at various depths. Where ultrasonic waves meet, and thus the local energy is deposited, so-called

thermal coagulation points (caused by a sudden temperature jump to 60 C-70C). They initiate an immediate, natural mechanism response – new collagen available, by stimulating fibroblasts. The effect of creating new collagen fibers lasts from 3 to 6 months.

Increased regeneration and remodeling is observed for about 90 days after applying the procedure – this is how long production of new collagen takes and up from one year up – depending on the patient’s characteristics and the properties of his skin. The HIFU method is relatively safe and does not cause serious side effects that can significantly affect discomfort.


– The likelihood of loss of skin firmness during weight loss,

– skin flaccidity after pregnancy or sudden weight loss,

– face and neckline lifting,

– flaccid skin on the thighs, breasts or buttocks.

– reduction of enlarged pores and sharpen the face contour.


– skin inflammation,

– cancer,

– herpes,

– pregnancy and breastfeeding,

– implanted pacemaker or other metal implants,

– mechanical damage to the skin,

– epilepsy,

– cardiovascular diseases,

multiple sclerosis.

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