Here at Body Basix Clinic, we were the first to bring CACI Non-surgical face lifts to Cardiff.
CACI Non-Surgical Face Lifts are an advanced non-invasive facial, with thirty years medical research behind it. CACI was originally used in the medical field to treat stroke and bell’s palsy patients due to its amazing lifting effect and is considered to be "The UK's most effective Anti-Ageing treatments"
CACI has paved the way in anti-ageing solutions for almost three decades. CACI treatments are often described as the 'red carpet beauty secret' and has attracted an impressive celebrity following including royalty, film stars, super models from around the globe (Jennifer Lopez, Jenifer Anniston and Madonna are self-proclaimed CACI superfans).
Non-surgical face lifts use microcurrent impulses to lift and tone the facial muscles and the neck area, whilst improving skin elasticity and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. This firms the face and gives a more youthful, fresh appearance and glow.
The CACI synergy is our most advanced anti-ageing treatment and has been shown to reduce wrinkle depth by up to 75% and improve skin elasticity by up to 88%.
How do CACI Non-Surgical face lifts work?
Our Non-surgical face lifts use microcurrent stimulation, which works by a process called muscle re-education.
Combining ultra low frequencies with a modified waveform enables the microcurrent to recharge the electrical potential of the muscle by stimulating the spindle cell fibres that run the length of the muscle and attach to the golgi tendon organ in the belly of the muscle.
During this anti-ageing treatment all 32 facial muscles are physically manipulated using soft cotton tipped probes and other attachments that transmit the microcurrent impulses.
Working a muscle from belly outward will have a lengthening/relaxing effect that is necessary on muscles that have become contracted over years of facial expression (eg frown lines). Working a muscle from the origin and insertion point inward will have a shortening effect that is necessary for the the muscles that have become elongated over time due to age and gravity.