What is HIFU & how does it work?

High Intensity Focused Ultrasound or ‘HIFU’ is a non-invasive facial treatment that targets signs of ageing. HIFU works as a non-invasive facelift by targeting deep layers of the skin. By penetrating deep into the skin’s layers, it boosts new collagen production right at the source. HIFU targets deep beneath the skin’s surface, including the dermis, down to the SMAS (superficial muscular aponeurotic system), which is the layer targeted by surgeons during a traditional facelift. A much safer and cost-friendly option than a surgical facelift, HIFU is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after anti-ageing treatments.

Great for tightening and lifting, HIFU is painless and requires zero downtime. Sessions typically last an hour, with extra time allocated if the neck and decolletage are being treated. To see optimal results, a course of 3 sessions is recommended. When combined with a medical grade homecare routine, the results of HIFU can last for approximately 1 year.

HIFU can be done in combination with Fat Dissolve or RF Microneedling to target specific skin concerns. Please book a skin consultation if you are unsure of which treatment plan to choose.


Why should you book this treatment?

  • Boosts collagen
  • Wrinkle reduction
  • Tightens sagging skin on neck & jowls
  • Lifts cheeks, eyebrows & eyelids
  • Contours jawline
  • Smoothes skin
  • Reduces pore size
  • Improves brightness & elasticity
  • Non-invasive facelift


Who can’t have HIFU?

  • Anyone with open facial wounds or lesions
  • Severe cystic acne
  • Skin that has recently been sunburned
  • Cold sores that aren’t healed
  • Metal stents/implants in the treatment area (dental implants OK)
  • People implanted with pacemakers or similar electronic devices
  • Serious heart disease
  • Chemotherapy
  • Roaccutane treatment in the last year
  • Taking any type of steroid treatment
  • Diabetes
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Recent botox or other injectables (check before booking treatment)
  • Pregnant or breastfeeding woman
  • Permanent dermal implants
  • Anti-thrombosis therapy, being treated with blood thinning medications
  • Active skin disease
  • Hemorrhagic disorders or dysfunctions


Side Effects:

  • Slight redness, tingling or swelling may occur, should subside shortly after treatment


Duration: 1 hour (extra time allocated for additional treatment of neck and decolletage)



Face (Course of 3) – €750

Face, Neck & Decolletage (Course of 3) – €900

Neck (Course of 3) – €600

Neck & Decolletage (Course of 3) – €750