Revive hungover skin with CACI's microcurrent facial
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January is a great time to give skin a New Year detox, so the skin experts at CACI International have put together a non-surgical Detox Facial treatment utilising microcurrent and hydrating masks to revive slugging skin.
According to CACI, overindulging during December's festive period can leave skin with a hangover lasting up to four weeks. The effects of alcohol on the skin is shown through dark circles and puffiness around the eyes, in addition to dehydration on the forehead, chin and lips which can cause lines and wrinkles to appear, and skin becomes loose and sagging. Broken blood vessels on the cheeks and nose also cause redness.
CACI's Hydratone facial, a fantastic detoxifying salon treatment, uses face firming microcurrent roller technology and CACI Hydro Gel Masks. CACI's microcurrent sends out tiny electric impulses into the skin to smooth out and gently lift the skin, which helps to restore muscle tone and firmness.
To target tired and puffy eyes, CACI's Eye Revive treatment combats dark circles, reduces fine lines and wrinkles and lifts hooded eyes. Suitable for all skin types, the treatment uses serum-filled CACI microcurrent eye rollers which have a cooling effect on skin to gently tighten and tone sagging muscles.
As well as being combined into professional treatments, CACI's anti-ageing Hydro Gel Masks are ideal for quick-fix at home skin therapy. Infused with Hyaluronic acid, Collagen, Rose water, Cucumber and Green tea extract, these deeply nourishing masks deliver an intense hydration boost to help skin get back its glow.
The Hydro Eye Mask has been especially formulated for use on the delicate eye area to deeply nourish, hydrate, cool and plump.