By now, you’ve probably heard about the impressive benefits of the Hifu. Increased collagen production, reduced fat deposits, tightened skin, the list goes on and on. Basically, the High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound is similar to a facelift without the pain and recovery time. Sound pretty great? The only downfall to this procedure can be the price. The Hifu I have used in previous videos might not be exactly what you’re looking for. Luckily, there are plenty of less expensive options out there. So, how do you know which one to buy? As I divide my face into two treatments, we can figure out which Mini Hifu is most effective and which is the best choice for you!
With a depth of 4.5mm and 5 joules of Power, the portable Hifu is a great option to complete certain areas of your face. In addition, the portable Hifu contains LED and radiofrequency, which helps provide a greater overall treatment.
One of the biggest differences with this device is the ability to adjust the energy level along with the depth, which allows you to safely treat more areas. It’s water-filled design allows it to act similarly to a professional Hifu compared to the structure of the portable Hifu. However, this also means it tends to work better facing downward, making it a little harder to do DIY.
With a similar structure to my professional-grade Hifu, I was excited to try this one out! However, the lack of instructions made it a little difficult to figure out. Since they came on a CD, I used my computer to find digital videos. This Hifu is available for purchase here, but I think I recommend the other two.