HIFU Training Manual

Provides the theoretical knowledge to conduct High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU) safely to clients that request this treatment on different areas of the body.



Demand for HIFU training is now in high demand and expect the market to continue to grow even more over the next decade as more people realise you don’t have to go under the knife to get firmer, more taught skin.

Offering this treatment as part of your services will not only help you to generate higher profits, but will help promote your business as up-to-date and offering all of the latest, cutting-edge treatments that are out there.

No downtime, no scarring or bruising, and the results are natural looking.

What is HIFU?

HIFU (High Intensity Focused Ultrasound) is a treatment that uses ultrasonic waves to heat tissue. HIFU can be used to target the face and body for skin tightening, body contouring and skin lifting. It boosts new collagen production and increases blood flow.

What areas can be treated?

HIFU Improves stretchmarks or saggy body skin.




You could add an additional £35,000+ per year to your income by performing just two treatments per week when you add HIFU Facelifting and body Contouring to your salon or clinic! Our accredited HIFU Facelifting and Body Contouring training course will give you through in-depth training on what HIFU is and how to safely and effectively perform the treatment on clients.

High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU) directly delivers heat energy to skin and subcutaneous tissue that can stimulate and renew the skin’s collagen and thus consequently improving the texture and reducing sagging of the skin.

HIFU Training Manual ready for your intensive, certified training course, both theory and practical.

General HIFU Questions

1. What does HIFU stand for?

High-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU)

2. How much time should I spend learning about HIFU before starting my own practice?

On average an HIFU training course can take roughly 5 hours, but depending on who you use this could take longer.

3. Is HIFU safe?

HIFU is highly effective, and perfectly safe.

4. Can HIFU cause any side effects?

The most common side effects are urinary problems and difficulty getting or keeping an erection (erectile dysfunction). Having HIFU more than once may increase your risk of urinary problems, but it doesn’t appear to increase your risk of other side effects.

5. Does HIFU work well with other procedures such as Botox injections?

Typically, patients should wait 1-2 weeks after Botox/Dysport treatment before having any skin tightening or laser treatments. 1 week should be fine at a bare minimum but I would mention it to your physician prior to your HIFU treatment.

6. Will HIFU make me look older than I am?

Our HIFU Training Manuals help you to help others with  many aesthetic benefits, including: wrinkle reduction. tightening sagging skin on the neck (sometimes called turkey neck) lifting the cheeks, eyebrows, and eyelids. So primarily no.

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