Which skin conditioning treatment is right for me?

Skin Treatment


Your guide to the different skin conditioning treatments available at Caci and how they work.

Skin conditioning treatments are the foundation of your skincare routine, helping to refresh, hydrate and soothe skin and keep it in its best condition.

We offer a range of skin conditioning treatments, so if you haven’t visited us before or you’re unsure how the treatments work, here’s a quick guide to get you started.


Dealing with dull, congested skin and uneven texture? Microdermabrasion is one of our most popular skin conditioning treatments at Caci and it’s not hard to see why.

The treatment works by using crystals blown onto the skin’s surface and then suctioned away simultaneously, removing impurities and dead skin cells from your complexion. These dead cells can build up over time, causing skin to appear dull or lackluster – but a microdermabrasion treatment helps exfoliate and resurface your skin to leave you refreshed and glowing.

Skincare infusion

If you’re battling redness and dehydration, a soothing sonophoresis infusion can help.

This micro-current facial uses sound wave technology to allow a skin-boosting infusion of carefully chosen ingredients (tailored for your specific skin concerns by your Skin Technician) to penetrate deeper into the skin. This means the treatment can target redness, dehydration, tone and texture issues more effectively than at surface level.

A skincare infusion is gentle and non-invasive, so you can expect immediate results with no downtime needed.

LED Light Therapy

We also offer LED Light Therapy treatments, which use either red or blue light for different effects on the skin.

Blue light is recommended for treating acne as it targets the bacteria that causes breakouts and blemishes, while red light rejuvenates your complexion with a lifting and hydrating effect.

As part of our skin health membership, you will be recommended a schedule of skin conditioning treatments that best suit your skin type and specific concerns.

For more information, we’d highly recommend booking your free consultation at your nearest Caci clinic.



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