- Silhouette Soft – is made of Poly L-lactic Acid (PLLA), which is a resorbable suture with bidirectional cones attached to it. The threads stimulate the skin over time to generate own collagen for longer lasting and natural looking lift.
- Ultraformer Hifu (High Intensity focused ultrasound) – Ultraformer therapy is a completely non-invasive face and neck lifting treatment. It uses High Intensity focused ultrasound and the body’s own natural healing process to lift and tighten the skin without significant downtime.
- Fillers – fill up lines, wrinkles, and add volume to the face making the face look more rejuvenated, younger and youthful looking. Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a naturally occurring substance that delivers nutrients to the skin, helping the skin retain moisture and softness and adding volume.
Non-surgical, minimally invasive and long lasting to lift and firm the face!
HIFU (High Intensity focused ultrasound)
(High Intensity focused ultrasound)
HIFU (high intensity focused ultrasound) treatment is a non-invasive face and neck skin tightening treatment that uses ultrasound technology and the body’s own natural healing process to lift and tighten the skin without significant downtime.
How does the ultraformer work?
The HIFU machine delivers concentrated waves of ultrasound into multiple layers of skin and body tissues without making direct contact with surrounding areas or damaging the surface. Transferring stabilized temperatures of 65-75°C into the targeted zones, and induces a process of neocollagenesis.
Collagen renewal in the face triggered by HIFU involves heating the dermal and superficial muscular aponeurotic system (SMAS) layers that undergo separate phases of blood coagulation, wound contractions, and tighter shelving of new collagen to resolve the appearance of wrinkles and sagging skin.
Better definition of facial features and replacing volume loss
As we age, our skin, fats, muscles and bones go through a different rate of degenerative changes. Saggy jowls, wrinkles, eyebags, retruded chin, flat cheeks and sunken temples are amongst the most common complaints. These are structural changes that are inevitable with ageing.