CACI non-surgical solutions

CACI is a British brand founded in 1992, their technology (micro-current) was originally used in the medical field to treat Bells Palsy and Stroke victims. It is also used in the sports field for muscular injuries, to help rehabilitation of muscles. The treatment is described as a Non-Surgical Facelift.

Non-surgical face lift

When muscles are stimulated by the micro-current they can be reprogrammed to either shorten or lengthen. So we can start to re-align & firm slack, loose muscles. Or lengthen tight short muscles like frown lines. Micro-current also stimulates collagen production, improves the elasticity of the skin, as well as aiding the nutrition absorption = so your home-care products are even more effective.

CACI can be done as a one-off treatment & the results will last 3-5 days, so ideal if you would like to experience it before buying a course, or if you have a particular event/party to attend and would like to look fresher and more youthful.

Caci eye revive

For the best results, you will need 10-15 sessions, 2 times per week. Then to maintain the results we recommend monthly appointments. The amount of initial sessions you need will depend on your muscle tone & any medical conditions.

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Treatment Price Course of 10
CACI Eye Revive - Soothes tired & puffy eyes. Combats dark circles. Reduces fine lines & wrinkles. Lifts hooded eyes. £50 £450
CACI Jowl Lift - Targeted treatment for muscle laxity around the jawline & cheeks. Using a 4 probe applicator designed to double the lifting action on these larger face muscles. £45 £405
CACI Non-Surgical Facelift - The full face treatment, targeting face, eyes & neck to lift, firm & realign. Creating stronger facial contours and a more youthful appearance. £85 £765
Jowl lift

Please note: CACI treatments are not suitable for those who are pregnant, have a pacemaker, epilepsy, tumours, thrombosis or phlebitis. Please make your therapist aware if you suffer with diabetes, heart conditions, muscular conditions, are taking high blood pressure medication or anti-depressants, as the results can vary.