HIFU for the Face

HIFU Specialists Milton Keynes. HIFU (or High-intensity focused ultrasound) is a revolutionary treatment primarily used for Facelifting and collagen remodeling. It is the closest you can get to a surgical facelift! It aims to tighten and lift the skin, particularly focusing on the neck, jowls, and eyelids. It works by delivering multiple beams of ultrasound on to a specific target. 

Single Treatment (Only one treatment needed every 12 - 18 months)

Introductory prices. Prices will change.

• Upper Face £195
• Lower Face £450
• Neck £195
• Full Face £575
• Full face and Neck £695

How long does it take?

An individual HIFU treatment takes between 1-2.5 hours. This is made up of the face mapping prior to the treatment and the HIFU itself.

When can I see the results?

The HIFU takes 12 weeks to take full effect. This is due to the healing time of the SMAS and Dermal layer of the skin. Most people do start to notice a tightening effect after a few weeks

Will the results last?

The HIFU lasts on average of 12 to 18 months on most people, this does vary on an individual basis due to genetics and lifestyle


HIFU, or High Intensity Focused Ultrasound, is a revolutionary treatment for a non-surgical approach to a traditional surgical facelift. 

It works by penetrating energy into the Superficial Muscular Aponeurotic System- the muscular system of the face, this is the same system that is manipulated during a surgical facelift, the deep dermis, and subcutaneous fibrous tissue.

Energy is transmitted into these layers causing controlled trauma. This then causes contraction and tightening of the muscular layer, leading to repair, and immediate collagen stimulation, rejuvenating, firming, and plumping the skin.

Originally, HIFU was used for treating tumours, then it was known for Brow Lifts, now it’s been improved to reduce lines and wrinkles all over the face, upper chest, neckline and jawline.


HIFU works by delivering multiple beams of ultrasound on to a specific target. These targets are:

The dermal layer of the skin, where delivery of the ultrasound causes controlled trauma, which then causes immediate contraction of the skin, and new collagen stimulation.
The SMAS layer, which stands for the Superficial Muscular Aponeurotic System. This is the layer which is cut during a surgical facelift.


We usually begin HIFU facial rejuvenation by cleansing the chosen area of the face and applying an ultrasound gel. Then, they use a handheld device that emits the ultrasound waves in short bursts.

Some people feel mild discomfort during the treatment, and some have pain or ache afterward.

Instant results but with lasting effects
No downtime at all
Very mild to no pain

HIFU is best used for

Wrinkle reduction
Skin tightening
Skin rejuvenation

The results

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