NEW HOME USE SYSTEM - CACI MICROLIFT

NEW HOME USE SYSTEM - CACI MICROLIFT

NEW HOME USE SYSTEM - CACI MICROLIFT

NEW HOME USE SYSTEM - CACI MICROLIFT

NEW HOME USE SYSTEM - CACI MICROLIFT

Facial Toning

As we grow older our facial muscles naturally start to lose tone and elasticity.Genetics, lifestyle, weight fluctuation and environmental factors can all influence the rate and degree to which our muscles will lose their tone as we all know first impressions count and a sagging face can make you look tired, miserable and older than your years. Following over 20 years of research and development CACI International can now offer a non surgical solution to combat loss of muscle tone using CACI micro current facial toning therapy.

Microcurrent therapy was originally developed as a medical application to treat facial palsy and muscle tone was restored by applying tiny micro-current electrical impulses to the affected muscles.

Today this proven technology is now available in thousands of aesthetic clinics as a painless cosmetic treatment and is commonly referred to as “facial toning” or “the non surgical face lift”.

During each 1 hour treatment session all 32 facial muscles are gently manipulated and re-educated by a trained therapist using a series of precise movements. Soft cotton tipped wands are used on the face to transmit the micro-current energy to the facial muscles to restore tone and elasticity.

Results are visible after the very first treatment but a course of twelve treatments is generally recommended.

After a course of CACI facial toning treatments facial contours will look lifted and toned.

A monthly top up treatment is recommended to maintain results.

Facial Toning is offered using the following treatment systems Classic, Quantum, Ultra, Ultimate

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