When you think of facelifts, it can conjure up images of a tightly bandaged face having gone under the knife. However, beauty treatments have advanced so that there are more options now than ever before. This includes CACI non-surgical facelifts which have been going down a treat for their age-defying and visible results. For anyone considering new ways to tackle their wrinkles, this is a great alternative to surgery.

But what do they involve, and why are they so popular? Here’s our simple guide to the treatment.

CACI facelifts - the simple guide to this non-surgical facial treatmentWhat Is the CACI Non-Surgical Facelift?

From Kim Kardashian to Emma Stone, you may have seen in the media just how potty the A-listers have been going for clinically-proven CACI (Computer Aided Cosmetology Instrument) treatments recently – despite the fact they’ve been around for over 25 years. The CACI facelift works via a microcurrent, using probes to gently lift, tone and tighten facial muscles with tiny electrical impulses. By stimulating collagen production and repair, this corrective process smooths out the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, achieving impressive results. Patients undergoing a surgical facelift can be left looking a little ’stretched’, but this treatment is completely natural looking. Think of it as another type of facial to relax and enjoy as part of a pampering session.

A Pain-Free Process

Despite being an electrical facial, it’s a surprisingly painless treatment and flexible too. Beauty clients can ask for one specific area to be targeted or work on the muscles across the entire face. As a non-invasive procedure, it allows users to feel more confident about improving facial regions they want to target such as crow’s feet or frown lines. Some of the most requested treatments are the jowl lift, eyelift and a wide range of CACI add-on features. These include microdermabrasion for skin exfoliation or the CACI wrinkle comb which is the needle-free alternative to fillers and collagen injections. The wrinkle comb can even be used on the lips to create an instant plump effect.

Save the Pennies

The price difference between CACI treatments and surgical facelifts is astonishing with the non-surgical option providing a much cheaper alternative. CACI treatments often fall into a £13-£82 price range depending on the facial zones selected, whereas facelifts will set you back thousands. Not only does it aim to tone the facial muscles but rejuvenate the skin too if combined with LED light therapy, providing results which last for weeks. So, whether you’re in need of a boost or you want to give yourself a facial which will truly target wrinkles, save money by trying CACI.

Looking for a CACI Therapist?

Hidden away in the House of Klamer salon in Beaconsfield is ‘Perfection’, created by Sophie Schulz as the ultimate hub to receive your beauty treatments. We offer popular CACI services to help transform the faces of our clients, leaving them glowing with confidence.

Contact the House of Klamer now to book an appointment at Perfection.

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