For many skin types, a personalised mix of skin conditioning treatments on our Reformaskin treatment plan is perfect. However, for those with more specific concerns, whether it be pigmentation or advanced signs of ageing, a membership upgrade with advanced treatments can help make a big difference.
Keep reading as we discuss the advanced treatments that we offer at Caci, and the specific concerns they cater to.
Microneedling (Collagen Induction Therapy)
If you are wanting improved skin texture, restored elasticity, softer lines, increased skin tightness, or reduced appearance of scarring (including acne scarring), then we’d recommend Microneedling.
How does it work?
Microneedling uses micro needles at varying lengths to penetrate skin, triggering our body’s own wound healing response. Doing this boosts the production of collagen tissue, which is stronger, and firmer than before. Over a course of treatments collagen fibers are strengthened and the skin becomes stronger, smoother, and firmer, with improved texture.
Plus, during the treatment, a combination of Hyaluronic acid, multi-vitamins and amino acids are infused to boost further collagen production for firmer, healthier looking skin.
Results thanks to Microneedling treatments:
If you are looking to reduce pigmentation, age spots, sunspots or redness, or if you’re wanting to improve skin texture and tone while stimulating collagen production, then we’d recommend Photo Rejuvenation.
How does it work?
Photo Rejuvenation uses a Variable Pulsed Light (VPL) system which safely pulses high energy light beams through the skin surface, targeting skin pigmentation in underlying tissue and minor surface blood vessels whilst improving skin texture and overall complexion and encouraging the production of collagen. Once the pigment has been targeted with VPL, it comes to the surface of the skin, which then flakes away.
Results thanks to Photo Rejuvenation and Fractional CO2 treatments:
Fractional CO2 Laser
If you’re considering a treatment that helps to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, promote smoother more even skin texture, reduce the appearance of pigmentation and scarring, or correct the signs of advanced ageing, then we’d recommend Fractional CO2 Laser.
How does it work?
Our Fractional CO2 Laser treatment uses a laser that passes pulses of light down through to the deeper layers of the skin, causing controlled damage to the cells below and triggering the skin's natural healing process.
This process allows the cells in the basal (deeper) layer to be trained to grow back stronger, firmer, and faster, so skin becomes smoother, tighter, and more even in tone.
Results thanks to Fractional CO2 Laser treatments:
Frequently Asked Questions
Where do I start when considering an advanced treatment?
The best place to start is with a consultation at your local Caci clinic. Meet with one of our skin experts and they’ll be able to recommend the best treatments based on your concerns. Oh, and did we mention - our consultations are free!
How many advanced treatments do you suggest?
This will depend on the condition of your skin and what you are wanting to achieve with treatment. We do however suggest a series of advanced skin treatments. For instance, with Photo Rejuvenation, over time we can turn up the laser settings to treat pigmentation that lies deeper in the skin. But it is important to slowly build to this.
Your local Caci clinic will be able to advise you on how many treatments may be best for you during your initial consultation.
How does a membership at Caci work?
At Caci we recommend a series of treatments to get the best results. And to make this easier our team can package together a personalised treatment schedule as well as a payment plan option to suit you – this becomes part of your membership at Caci. Being on a membership can give you over a 30% discount on your advanced treatments! Plus you get some extra benefits too such as complimentary facials and savings on skincare and beauty services.
See our membership versus non-membership pricing HERE.
Results thanks to Microneedling and Fractional CO2 Laser treatments: