If you’re close to your ideal shape, but need a little help getting there, Hifushape may be for you. Hifushape treatments use high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) to non-invasively get rid of targeted fat around your abdomen, thighs, flanks, ams and legs.
Typical treatment will be 3-4 times 45 min each in 1-2 week intervals. The expected result will be 4-6 cm reduction in circumference. As a guide 2.5 cm reduction translates to 1 dress size. Results are typically seen in 8 to 12 weeks (which is the time needed for the body to naturally process the treated fat).
Note: Hifu is not liposuction nor surgery. It is not a replacement for a healthy lifestyle and exercise, and is not the way to lose weight. But it is a quick, easy way to help you slim that last few cms and hit your personal shape goals.
The clinically-proven Hifushape procedure is the most advanced and effective non-invasive solution for fat destruction and body sculpting. It uses high intensity focused ultrasound to target and reduce unwanted localised fat deposits, decrease body circumference and improve body shape.
The result is an improved physical appearance in the target area, eliminating specific fatty build-ups and getting a more toned, contoured abdomen and waistline.
Hifushape has also proven to be an effective cellulite reduction treatment as well.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q. What results can I expect?
A. Clinical results show that in three treatments, patients see an average of 4-6 cm reduction in circumference. A 3-4 treatment regimen (in 1-2 weeks intervals) is recommended to achieve maximum results. Compared to other similar slimming technologies which require 6-10 sessions. Even after one treatment visible result is possible.
Q. What does the procedure feel like?
A. Patients usually report feeling light-to-moderate tingling or warmth in the treated area.
Q. How long will it take to see results?
A. After the Hifushape procedure, released contents of the broken-down fat cells are naturally cleared by the body over a 8-12 week period.
Q. What areas do we treat?
A. We treat the following areas (1 area is approximately 20x20 cm):