What Is CACI?
CACI microcurrent facial toning is the most advanced multifunctional neck and facial toning system available. Micro-currents are used to regenerate muscle tone and encourages cell repair. It has previously been voted the No.1 anti-ageing treatment and has been featured on ‘Ten Years Younger’. It is extremely relaxing and pain free, with no downtime.
CACI offers a non-surgical solution to combat loss of muscle tone using CACI Microcurrent Facial Toning Therapy. This therapy was originally developed as a medical application to treat facial palsy as well as to aid in wound healing. CACI is now used in the top medical clinics to lift and tone the different areas including the face and neck, to target facial imperfections such as blemishes and lines, increase collagen and elastin production and to improve lymph circulation for radiant skin.
During each treatment session all 32 facial muscles are gently manipulated and re-educated by our trained therapist using a series of precise movements. Muscle tone and elasticity is restored by applying tiny microcurrent electrical impulses to the affected muscles.
Results are visible after the very first treatment but a course of 10 is recommended for optimum results. After a course of CACI facial toning treatments contours will look lifted and toned and skin texture will be more youthful. Regular top up treatments around 5-7 weeks apart are then recommended to maintain results.
– – –
x 1 area – £125
x 2 area – £175
x1 Area Course of 10 – £995
x2 Areas Course of 10 – £1,195
CACI Sessions Available:
x1 Area (£125)** TREATMENT TIME: 1 HOUR **
x2 Areas (£175)** TREATMENT TIME: 1 HOUR 15 MINS **
x1 Area Course of 10 (£995)*please contact us following payment to book your first treatment in a course
x2 Areas Course of 10 (£1,195)*please contact us following payment to book your first treatment in a course
- Excellent anti-aging treatment
- Lifts and tones the face
- Restores elasticity and muscle tone
- Non-surgical treatment
- Pain-free treatment
- Suitable for all skin types
- Suitable for all ages
- Sagging skin
- Untoned skin
- Lines and wrinkles
- Open pores
- Tired, dull skin
- Scarring and wounds
- Cheek bones
- Facial palsy
- We do not recommend this treatment for pregnant women. We advise that you consult with your doctor if this applies to you.
- Please avoid any skin peels 1 week prior to your appointment.
- No waxing, depilatory creams, or electrolysis to the area being treated for 5 days prior to treatment.
- Avoid prolonged sun exposure to the face 48 hours prior to treatment.
- If you are planning to receive anti-wrinkle or dermal filler injections, make sure that these are completed 2 weeks prior to treatment.
- If you have dermal implants, or any metal implants including chin implant, we unfortunately cannot perform microcurrent treatment on you.
- Do not use topical agents that may increase the sensitivity of your skin such as retinoids, exfoliants, topical antibiotics or acids 3-5 days prior to your treatment.
- If you’re prone to cold sores, you can take antiviral medication for 2 days prior to the day of the treatment to reduce the chance of a breakout.
- We do not recommend this treatment for those that have a pacemaker or an electrical implant. We advise that you consult with your doctor if this applies to you.
- Avoid treatment during periods of inflamed, active acne or when open sores and wounds are present.
- Avoid IPL/laser procedures for at least 2 weeks prior to your treatment.
- The best way to arrive at your appointment is without makeup.
- Keep your skin hydrated by drinking plenty of water.
- Avoid prolonged sun exposure for 48 hours after your treatment. SPF should always be applied.
- No waxing, depilatory creams, or electrolysis on the treated area for 48 hours.
- You can resume your usual skincare regime 72 hours after your treatment.
- Avoid makeup for 24 hours after your treatment.
- Anti-wrinkle injections, dermal fillers and chemical peels can be resumed after 1 week post-treatment.
- Avoid hot baths, swimming pools, saunas, and situations where you might sweat heavily, including intense workouts at the gym, to protect your newly treated skin. After 72 hours have passed, you may be able to resume these activities.
- Keep your skin hydrated by drinking plenty of water.
What exactly is microcurrent?
Microcurrent therapy delivers tiny electrical impulses that mirror the body’s own natural bioelectrical field. Microcurrent stimulation helps to re-educate the muscles and can lift, firm and tone. Microcurrent in aesthetics is commonly described as “facial toning” or “non-surgical face lifting” due to the dramatic lifting effect that it has on facial muscles and contours.
What does microcurrent feel like?
Microcurrent treatment is virtually sub-sensory with just a slight tingling sensation. Clients often describe it as an energised or warm sensation on the skin and is virtually painless.
Is microcurrent safe?
Yes. Microcurrent therapy was originally developed as a medical application to treat facial palsy and restore muscle tone by applying tiny microcurrent impulses to the affected muscles. Today this proven technology is now available in thousands of aesthetic clinics worldwide as a painless cosmetic treatment.
How many treatments are required?
Although a remarkable difference is seen after the first treatment, the benefits of microcurrent are cumulative and typically a course of 10 treatments will be required in order to appreciate optimum results.
What happens after I have finished a course of treatments?
After a course of CACI Microcurrent Facial treatments you will see real improvements in how your skin looks and feels. Your facial contours will look lifted and toned with a fresher, more youthful appearance. Top up treatments are then recommended to maintain results.
What happens if I stop treatments?
It’s just like going to the gym for a body workout. If you stop, the results will gradually diminish and your facial muscles may eventually return to how they were before treatments commenced.
Will there be any recovery or downtime after my treatment?
No. CACI treatments are non-invasive and gentle on the skin so there is no interruption to your lifestyle.
Are there any pre-treatment and post-treatment care instructions?
Yes! Please refer to our protocols section for more information.
What is the difference between a CACI microcurrent facial and HIFU?
CACI stimulates the muscles to tighten and tone, alongside lymphatic drainage whereas HIFU generates collagen for improved skin texture.
HIFU stands for ‘High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound’ and it is a non-surgical facial treatment that uses ultrasound to lift the face and tone loose or sagging skin. HIFU deposits focused ultrasound energy below the surface of the skin, contracting the facial layer and stimulating the creation of new collagen in the area. HIFU is highly effective in toning and lifting the skin.
It's all the rage with the celebs!
It’s been popular treatment for the likes of Jason Bateman, Amanda Anka, Ashley Graham, Julianne Hough, Derek Hough and Nicola Peltz. These facials have a long-standing celebrity following and they are described as the ‘red carpet beauty secret’, with many now using it in place of fillers and Anti-wrinkle injections.
Fillers, provide a smooth, long lasting correction of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds...
A facial is essentially a multi-step skin treatment that is one of the best ways to take care of your...
Non-surgical Face Lifts
A non-surgical face lift can include a number of different treatments and procedures that aim to address...