Distinguishing itself from surgical procedures, Liftera requires no downtime, ensuring a hassle-free experience. Moreover, it is a safe option that does not inflict damage to the skin. Liftera can be magical for your skin by:
Differences between HIFU & Liftera
Though both are both non-invasive cosmetic procedures designed to address skin tightening and lifting. However, there are differences in their technology and application:
HIFU (High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound): HIFU uses focused ultrasound energy to penetrate deep into the layers of the skin, targeting the foundational tissues responsible for skin laxity. It stimulates collagen production, resulting in tighter and firmer skin.
Liftera: Liftera also utilizes ultrasound technology, but it is mentioned to have a rubbing mode, particularly suitable for curved skin lines. This suggests that Liftera may offer a more adaptable approach to treating areas with curves or irregularities.
HIFU: Traditional HIFU procedures are often performed in a grid-like pattern, delivering focused ultrasound energy to specific points beneath the skin.
Liftera: Liftera emphasizes a rubbing mode and moving technique, allowing it to be applied to curved areas of the skin. This suggests a more dynamic and flexible application, possibly making it suitable for regions that are not easily treated with traditional HIFU.
HIFU: Typically delivers focused energy at specific points beneath the skin.
Liftera: Stated to deliver proper energy closely to the skin, potentially due to its rubbing mode and moving technique. This might allow for a more targeted and adaptable energy delivery.
In summary, while both HIFU and Liftera utilize ultrasound technology for non-invasive skin tightening, Liftera appears to differentiate itself by emphasizing a rubbing mode and moving technique, making it more suitable for curved skin lines.
Is Liftera associated with discomfort?
In contrast to traditional face lifting and ultrasound procedures, Liftera is generally less painful. The majority of patients find the sessions tolerable; however, depending on an individual’s pain tolerance, a topical anesthesia can be applied to the treatment area if needed.