Sun Damage

Sun damage is a common factor that can add years to our age. This shows itself in pigmentation, age spots and uneven skin tone. In New Zealand, we are particularly at risk due to our outdoor lifestyle and harsh sunlight in the southern hemisphere.

Photo Rejuvenation can help reduce the signs of sun damage for a more youthful, refreshed look. It works by using a Variable Pulsed Light (VPL) system to pulse high energy light beams through the skin to target pigmentation and age spots. For best results, we recommend a course of Photo Rejuvenation treatments available on our Reformaskin® skin correcting programme.

The Murad Environmental Shield Facial can also help diminish sun damage. This facial uses Vitamin C to help the skin fade pigmentation while restoring the skin’s natural smoothness and firmness.

Facial Redness

Redness and rosacea are a common skin concern which can make our skin appear aged and unhealthy.  As we age, little red veins and broken capillaries can start to appear around our nose and cheeks. We offer a range of treatments that can help with facial redness. Photo Rejuvenation as mentioned above is an advanced solution for reducing redness, using VPL to target the problem area. Sonophoresis Infusion is another top treatment for reducing skin redness, using sound waves to penetrate products deep within the dermal layer for reduced redness, optimal hydration and lasting results. Learn more about Sonophoresis Infusion here.


Whether it’s from acne in your teens or environmental damage, facial scarring can be a big giveaway of your age and skin health.  At Caci, Collagen Induction (also known as dermal rolling) is one of our most popular and effective treatments for improving the appearance of scars and skin texture.

Collagen Induction involves using tiny needles to prick the skin. When our skin is damaged, it produces collagen tissue, which is stronger, and firmer than before. Over a course of treatments collagen fibres are strengthened and the skin becomes stronger, smoother, and firmer, with improved texture. Learn more about collagen induction here.

Uneven Skin Texture

Lack of skin smoothness; rough, dry patches and enlarged pores can be a major tell-tale sign of ageing. Skin hydration and environmental factors are common causes along with excess dead skin cells building on the skin’s surface.

Microdermabrasion is a top treatment for combatting uneven texture, resurfacing the skin with advanced exfoliation. This skin resurfacing process removes dead skin cells and encourages circulation to treated skin, promoting smoother and healthier skin.