3D HIFU Facelift Treatment


A common side effect of ageing is loose, sagging skin, caused by the depletion of collagen and elastin in the dermis. Environmental factors such as sun damage and smoking can further decrease levels.

Previously, the only solution to loose, sagging skin was a surgical intervention, but at Timeless Skin, based in the centre of London, we delighted to offer a revolutionary 3D Hifu treatment

Am I suitable for a 3D Hifu treatment?

As we hit our 30s, our skin begins to lose elasticity and this starts to show on our face, with our eyes, cheeks, chin and neck losing tone and starting to show some sagging. These natural changes can be damaging to self-esteem, because sometimes we need to look good to feel good. The great news is that there has been a breakthrough in beauty technology which allows us to give mother a nature a helping hand in a completely non-surgical and non-invasive way.

Hifu is fast becoming one of the most sought-after treatments as it requires no cuts to the skin, no anaesthetic and you can return to normal life straight away, with no tell-tale signs or ill effects.

What does 3D Hifu do?

Hifu stands for High Intensity Focused Ultrasound. Hifu uses multiple ultrasound beams to penetrate deep into the skin. It has an ability to reach deeper layers than all other non-invasive facial treatments, whilst still protecting the surface of the skin.

Depending on the area of your face, or body, a different level of ultrasound penetration will be used. For the delicate, thinner skin around the eye, the ultrasound penetrates to just 1.5mm whereas the thicker skin on your cheeks requires a penetration of 3.0mm - 4.5mm to reach the deeper layer. This deeper layer is called the superficial muscular aponeurotic system (SMAS) and is the same layer tightened in a conventional facelift. The ultrasound beams converge in a targeted area to create thermal energy which makes the skin tighten and contract. It also stimulates new collagen fibres to form. This results in firmer, fresher looking skin.

In body contouring, the ultrasonic thermal energy penetrates upto 13mm remelting fat cells, which are then excreted by the body's own metabolic system

Hifu is a technologically advanced alternative to conventional facelifts and can be used to treat frown lines, crow’s feet, eyebrows, cheeks, double chins and sagging necks. It can also be used for body contouring in a new approach to liposuction, where it targets unwanted cellulite and tightens skin.

Hifu is fast becoming one of the most sought-after treatments as it requires no cuts to the skin, no anaesthetic and you can return to normal life straight away, with no tell-tale signs or ill effects.

There is no damage to the overlying skin and patients can resume normal activities immediately after their treatment. After just one treatment with Hifu technology, you will begin to see tighter skin and a lifting effect on your face. This makes you look younger and improves the tone of your skin. The procedure takes anywhere between 30 and 90 minutes and the benefits last for around 6 months.

What are the benefits 3D Hifu treatment?

  • Can tighten up loose skin on any area of the face, neck and body
  • An effective alternative to surgery
  • Can reduce upto 2.5cm around abdomen area after 1 single treatment
  • Reduces the appearances of jowls, double chin which is a common sign of ageing
  • Virtually pain-free
  • Safe for all skin types
  • Downtime is minimal so you can return to normal activities immediately

How much does it cost>

£250 upper face

£250 mid face

£350 under chin and neck

£150 for a 15cm x 20cm section of body

To celebrate the introduction of this revolutionary treatment we have a special offer which combines mesotherapy with Hifu for just an additional £50. Why not get in touch to book in – we’re sure you’ll love the results.

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