Ul­traformer Hifu III

Herworld (Singapore) - - BEAUTY/AESTHETICS -

Hifu (High-in­ten­sity Fo­cused Ul­tra­sound) is known as the only non-in­va­sive med­i­cal tech­nol­ogy that de­liv­ers pre­cise, highly tar­geted ul­tra­sound waves to heat col­la­gen bres to ap­prox­i­mately 65 to 75 deg C to “wound” them, which trig­gers heal­ing and col­la­gen pro­duc­tion for tight­ened and lifted skin. The down­side: it has a rep­u­ta­tion for be­ing ex­tremely painful, with pa­tients some­times even re­quest­ing se­da­tion. Ul­traformer Hifu III is a third-gen­er­a­tion ma­chine that re­port­edly ad­dresses this prob­lem: The claim is that in­stead of sear­ing pain from the pulses, all you’ll feel is a mild ache around bony ar­eas such as the jaw­line. Bonus: the ma­chine comes with a larger hand­piece for use on the body, which was pre­vi­ously un­avail­able. Ac­cord­ing to Dr Yingzhou Tan, med­i­cal di­rec­tor at Sim­plis­tiq Aes­thetic Clinic, who of­fers the de­vice, “its ul­tra­sound waves can pen­e­trate to deeper depths of up to 16mm to tighten skin and re­duce fats.” From $1,400 per ses­sion.

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