CACI facial: Inside the ‘non-surgical face lift’ loved by Love Island’s Laura Whitmore

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Laura Whitmore, Made in Chelsea star Lucy Watson and Kim Kardashian-West are among a legion of stars swapping fillers and jabs for a pain-free alternative.

Known as the 'non-surgical face lift', the CACI facial, which has been around for 29 years and made famous by Princess Diana, delivers glowing skin, smoothed wrinkles and plumped lips to create an anti-ageing effect without going under the knife.

The micro-current machine transmits tiny electric signals through the skin, to help boost skin texture and tone facial muscles, while red and blue LED light therapy targets acne-causing bacteria and promotes collagen production.

Love Island presenter Laura, 36, known for her radiant skin on the ITV2 series, treated herself to the 15-minute CACI Hydra Tone facial on her birthday which uses rollers over a cooling gel mask to soften fine lines and soothe sun-damaged skin.

Meanwhile Jennifer Lopez, 52, loved the effects of CACI so much that she purchased her own machine for a rumoured $24,000, £20,000, in 2015.

Award-winning celebrity facialist, Lisa Franklin, who owns the flagship Clinic Privé in Knightsbridge, London, has spoken to OK! to share her top tips on the red carpet beauty treatment.


Is CACI popular – if so, why?

Lisa said: "CACI has revolutionised the aesthetics beauty industry since its beginnings in 1992 – 30 years old next year -, providing leading edge non-surgical technology, made famous worldwide by the late Princess Diana.

"The treatments are often described as a natural facelift and red carpet beauty secret, and have attracted an impressive celebrity following including royalty, film stars, supermodels, musicians, beauty press and makeup artists from around the globe.

"We believe in the power of being kind to your skin, paired with our teams’ exceptional expertise and experience we aim to give our clients the best in non-surgical and non-invasive results."


She continued: "CACI Synergy is non-invasive and clinically proven to provide even faster, better and longer lasting results than other micro-current systems. CACI has become synonymous with delivering effective treatment results without the need for surgery."

What is the aftercare for a CACI facial?

Lisa revealed: "We always recommend a course of 10 treatments, two to three times a week, followed by monthly maintenance. In between treatments."

The renowned expert also revealed that the CACI's Hydro Mask can be applied at home every week to top up the skin's hydration levels along with sunscreen to 'protect skin from environmental aggressors that can cause premature ageing'.

What results can be expected from a CACI facial?

Lisa added: "Think of it as a workout for the face. Just like a regular gym session does wonders for toning our bodies, we recommend a course of 10 CACI treatments, two to three times a week, followed with monthly maintenance to help strengthen the muscles in our face.

"You’ll notice more firmness, lift and smoothness, along with boosted skin radiance!"

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