Who is HIFU for?
HIFU is recommended for the 40 + age group.
Does hifu hurt?
Comfort levels can vary from person-to-person. During deeper cartridges you may experience very slight discomfort, but treatment should not be painful. HIFU is completely safe when professionally administered by an aesthetic professional.
If you have any of the following health conditions HIFU is unsuitable.
- Liver or kidney problems
- Heart or lung conditions
- Suffers of physiological hypotonic (lacking muscle tone/muscle or tissue wastage)
- Blood clotting disorders such as, haemophilia or a history of thrombosis, including those taking blood thinners
- Post invasive surgery (in the treatment area – wait at least 12 months, avoiding any scar)
- Clients with metal plates or joint implants, including permanent dermal implants (in the treatment area)
- Pregnancy & breastfeeding
- Clients under the age of 18
If you have any of the following health conditions Natasha modify the treatment or work around the area. Doctors note may be required for some health conditions and these are as follows:
- Diabetes (patch testing is required)
- Hyper or Hypotension [high or low blood pressure] (May Require Doctors Note)
- Clients who have donated or received organ transplant (May Require Doctors Note)
- Recent Anti-Wrinkle treatments (must be more than 2 weeks after treatment)
- Fillers (area is avoided)
- Cuts, abrasions or bruising (area is avoided)
- During menstruation (skin is more sensitive and recommend waiting)
- Keloid scarring (area is avoided)
- Thyroid gland, thyroid cartilage and trachea (area is avoided)
- Major blood vessels (area is avoided)