Does microdermabrasion hurt or leave redness? How many times should I have this treatment per month?
Most people don't find the treatment painful and describe the sensation as a slight scratching. Skin can appear slightly red after the treatment, but this usually disappears over the next day. We recommend around one microdermabrasion per month for best results. A course of microdermabrasions are available on our Skin Health Plan.
How can I reduce the oil production of my skin?
We have a range of products available that can help control oil production. Our Skinsmiths Gel Cleanser and Balancing Moisturiser will replenish dry areas, while keeping oil in check for balanced, healthy looking skin. The addition of Matmarine™ in the moisturiser helps to control oils, giving you a beautiful matte finish. Check out the range here
What is the best way to remove blackheads?
A course of Microdermabrasion facials will help to clear away congestion for smoother, clearer skin. The treatment works by blowing crystals onto the skin while simultaneously sucking it away. It’s a non-invasive treatment and feels like a light scratching. The best option would be to make a booking at your nearest Caci clinic, and have a complimentary skin consultation – the team will be able to have a better look at your skin, and prescribe the best course of treatments to ensure you get the best results.
What is the best treatment for facial scarring?
If you have slight acne scarring, treatments such as Collagen Induction can help reduce acne scarring - although it's best to have a complimentary skin consultation first to assess your skin type and ensure that it's right for you. You can find out more about the treatment here, and watch a short video of it being done on a client.
What’s the best way to remove under eye circles?
The Murad Resurgence Renewing Eye Cream is ideal! It firms, brightens, and hydrates the delicate eye area, while also minimising the appearance of ageing and dark circles.
Can you get rid of age spots and broken capillaries with cream?
Creams only treat the skin topically - for better results, advanced skin treatments are the best way to ensure you achieve lasting effects. Photo Rejuvenation is ideal for the treatment of age spots, sun spots, pigmentation and reduces the appearance of broken capillaries. A course of treatments is recommended, on a Skin Health Plan.
What's the best treatment for recurring acne in the chin region?
This could be hormonal. We recommend Murad's Time Release Acne Cleanser, which will help clear bacteria causing acne. Follow with the Murad Advanced Acne & Wrinkle Reducer to treat the area. A great homecare range will help, as well as regular microdermabrasion facials to clear away congestion.
What habits and treatments do you recommend for young women in their mid 20s wanting to look after their skin?
Our Skin Health Plan is a great place to start! Included in the plan is a schedule of skin conditioning treatments to help you achieve and maintain fresh, bright and healthy looking skin. Best of all, the plan starts from only $25 per week! To learn more about it and if it would be suitable for you, we recommend you pop in for a free consultation and one of our experts can talk you through it.
What are the benefits of an at home dermal roller and how often can it be used?
Home rolling helps to increase collagen production, improve skin texture and reduce the appearance of scarring and wrinkles. We recommend home rolling around 1-2 times per week. Home rollers are available in clinics nationwide; feel free to pop into your local clinic to check them out.
What's your recommended routine for extremely dry skin?
The Murad Quenching Essence is a great product for dry skin! It also sits great under makeup. Home rolling could be another option for you; to help hydrating products penetrate deeper into the skin. Both the product and home rollers are available in clinics nationwide. Feel free to pop into your local clinic to check them out!