Compared to traditional HIFU, CFU Èlife drastically reduces the treatment time by using the new EASYFLOW application method and by modulating the ultrasound emission frequency up to 10Hz.
The practitioner has the possibility of personalising the treatment by choosing the most suitable transducer for the depth to be reached, calibrating the power and mode of ultrasound emission appropriately, according to the patient’s characteristics, the area to be treated and the result to be obtained.
Non-invasive technological innovation
CENTERLESS: SELECTIVE THERMAL EFFECT
The ultrasonic wave emitted by the centerless transducer flows precisely into the point of focus, where it reaches a temperature above 65°C, necessary to promote the contraction of collagen fibres without damaging the skin on the surface.
Easy focalization system that concentrates the ultrasonic energy precisely in the skin layer to be treated, at the desired depth, generating regenerative thermal energy.
EASYFLOW: RAPIDITY OF EMISSION
The EASYFLOW technology emits a succession of focused energy points at high speed and at different frequencies, allowing to speed up the procedure considerably.
Medical treatment for hyperhidrosis
Focused ultrasound can treat both the eccrine glands, responsible for excessive sweating and the apocrine glands, responsible for bad smells. The treatment is carried out quickly and painlessly, without the use of toxins, without side effects, obtaining an immediate improvement with lasting results.
Intended aesthetic use
Firming and skin rejuvenation
Non-invasive lifting effect of the face and of the neck
Inelastic skin of the neck and cleavage
Reduction of periocular, maxillary, and nasolabial wrinkles
Treatment of build-ups of localized fat
Treatment of acne scars
Active Cooling Emission
ACE allows the active circulation of the cooling fluid on the transducer and guarantees its stability and efficiency, safeguarding operation over time.
ZERO HEAT ON THE SURFACE
ACE Technology eliminates the heat effect on the surface by reducing the heat developed by the transducer, increasing the safety of the procedure.