When it comes to fashion at the races, radiant skin is your best accessory - and we've put together five ways you can look and feel your best for the big event.
1. Be sun smart
The harsh New Zealand sun can take its toll on our skin, so make sure you’re protected from the damaging effects of UVA and UVB rays with the ultimate beauty staple - sunscreen.
Our Ki Sunscreen with SPF 30 was formulated with Kiwi conditions in mind and includes our hero ingredient Matmarine, which helps with oil control and gives you that beautiful matte finish ideal for photos!
2. Reduce redness and uneven texture
If you’re battling redness, breakouts or dehydration, a sonophoresis infusion can help get your skin looking smoother and more even.
This non-invasive treatment uses sound waves to infuse products deeper into the skin, where they can work more effectively. Because it’s gentle, it’s also suitable for almost all skin types.
3. Get your glow on
We all want that radiant glow, but for a brighter, more vibrant complexion for the races, consider booking in for a microdermabrasion facial.
This is an advanced exfoliating treatment which uses crystals to remove dead skin cells and stimulate circulation and cell renewal, leaving skin looking more refreshed. It can also help with pore refinement and minimise the appearance of skin congestion.
4. Go fuzz-free
Stopped your hair removal routine back at the end of summer? Not to worry – we offer a comprehensive waxing menu with no down-time, so you can step out with confidence at the races.
For the best results, we recommend trying laser hair removal for truly long term results!
5. Talk to the experts
Even if you’re not getting ready for a big event like the races, it’s important to be thinking about your skin health all year round.
At Caci, we offer free consultations with our skin experts so you can get advice tailored to your specific concerns. Whether it’s pigmentation, acne, lines and wrinkles or any other skin issue you’re worried about, our experts will help guide you through the options available and discuss how best to care for your skin.