Turns out, CACI facials use some serious tech (I’d envisioned old-school equipment, for some reason). CACI synergy (the latest version) stimulated my facial muscles with metal prongs to deliver micro-currents beneath the skin. As it hit my skin I felt a twitching, tingling sensation, that was a little itchy after.
I tried a CACI facial and it was not at all what I expected
I’m going to call it and say I’ve tried pretty much every facial treatment going. Largely because I’m curious, but also, it’s good to be able to offer advice to friends on what to try based on their skin concerns (once ‘less rosé’ has been ruled out). This time, we’re talking CACI facials – the treatment that uses microcurrents to stimulate facial muscles. The goal? Lift and tone my face for firmer-looking skin.
By Liz Hambleton