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Hipro (High Intensity Focused Ultrasound)

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Hipro (High Intensity Focused Ultrasound System)


High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound System is the natural choice for a nonsurgical way to lift, tone and tighten patient’s skin using safe.

Give your face and neck a lift! No surgery or downtime required!!

Hipro is the only treatment that can lift and tighten sagging skin by targeting the deep tissue layers beneath it without cutting or disrupting the skin’s surface!

Hipro system uses ultrasound technology to deliver heat into the deep foundation layer beneath the skin to stimulate the creation of new collagen and the renewal of its existing collagen. The result is firmer skin, and a more youthful, uplifted facial appearance.

A treatment can be completed in just 30 to 60 minutes, and afterwards patients may immediately resume their normal activities. Though some patients notice initial improvement right away, the greatest toning and lifting is typically seen over the next two to three months as the collagen building process takes place.

However, for those who would like to improve loose, sagging skin, but wish to postpone or avoid surgery for various reasons, Hipro provides an alternative solution.


  • Tightening and Rejuvenation
  • Periobital Wrinkle Reduction
  • Jowl Lifting
  • Nasonabial Fold Reduction
  • Malar Augmentation
  • Eyebrow Lifting

1. Delivery of HIFU Energy into the Skin.
2. Cause thermal coagulation (65~75˚C to SMAS layer).
3. By woundhealing, Skin lifting and rejuvenation.



Energy Type
HIFU (High Intensity Focused Ultrasound)
Energy Output
0.2J~1.8J/cm2 (0.2increment)
AC 100~230V, 50/60Hz
1.2mm/ 1.5mm/ 1.8mm
Shot length
30mm (Full), 15mm (Half)
Cartrdige (3.3MHz)
3 mm / 4.5 mm – each 10,000 shots
350X 549 X 1027 mm(WXDXH)



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