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Technology

With state of the art design, and incorporating the latest advancements in  electronics, CACI International treatment systems are at the forefront of aesthetic treatment technology. The continuing investment into research and development enables CACI to create exciting new and exclusive technologies that deliver dramatic results without the need for surgery or invasive procedures.

S.P.E.D TECHNOLOGY

THE NEXT GENERATION IN CACI TECHNOLOGY

CACI’s pioneering S.P.E.D™ microcurrent LED technology, is a breakthrough new advancement in microcurrent therapy.

For the first time on the market, skincare specialists are able to harness the power of LED light therapy at the same time as using microcurrent. The dual action of simultaneous LED and microcurrent energy stimulates tissue regeneration and helps in the production of collagen.

The synergy of these two technologies provides more visible and longer lasting results.

S.P.E.D™ microcurrent LED technology is incorporated in the Synergy system only.

Microcurrent stimulation delivers tiny electrical impulses that mirror the body’s own natural bio electrical field. In most cases, treatment is virtually sub-sensory, with just a slight electrical tingling sensation.

Microcurrent in aesthetics is commonly described as “facial toning or non surgical face lifting” due to the dramatic lifting effect that microcurrent has on facial muscles and facial contours.

Originally developed for treating facial palsy microcurrent therapy is now also used widely in physiotherapy for pain control and in hospitals for wound healing. As an aesthetic treatment microcurrent stimulation has been shown to have a number of other cosmetic benefits.

Combining ultra low frequencies with a modified waveform enables the microcurrent to recharge the electrical potential of the muscle by stimulating the spindle cell fibers that run the length of the muscle and attach to the golgi tendon organ in the belly of the muscle. This golgi tendon organ (GTO) simulation technique was developed by Dr George Goodheart in the late 60’s.

During treatment all 32 facial muscles are physically manipulated using soft cotton tipped wands (probes) or other attachments that transmit the microcurrent impulses.

Working a muscle from belly outward will have a lengthening/ relaxing effect that is necessary on muscles that have become contracted over years of facial expression (eg frown lines). Working a muscle from the origin and insertion point inward will have a shortening effect that is necessary for the majority of the muscles that have become elongated over time due to age and gravity. 

Ultrasonic Peel

Ultrasonic peeling uses a hand piece containing ceramic/quartz heads that when excited by an electrical current emit piezoelectric vibrations that cause the hand piece to vibrate at 27,000 vibrations per second on the skin surface.

These rapid vibrations push skin impurities to the skin surface and cause any dead skin cells to become dislodged . The vibrating hand piece is then used to deep cleanse and gently exfoliate the epidermis.

The rapid expansions and contractions of the vibrating hand piece also destroy skin bacteria by causing the single cell wall of the bacteria cells to implode.

The sonic vibrations can also be set to a specific frequency to help the absorption of skin care formulations. Ultrasonic skin peeling provides a far gentler and less aggressive alternative to traditional microdermabrasion methods of skin exfoliation.

MICRODERMABRASION

As we age, the automatic process of exfoliation and cell renewal slows down. Sometimes the body needs a little help.

Microdermabrasion is a cosmetic procedure in which the stratum corneum (dead outermost surface of the skin) is partially or completely removed by light abrasion.

The removal of the dead skin cells reveals the softer more youthful looking skin cells underneath.

The superficial abrasion of the skin also triggers the body’s own natural repair mechanism which triggers the production of new collagen and releases glycoaminoglycans in order to rehydrate and replenish the recently abraded area. This has a remarkable softening action on surface lines and wrinkles.

The procedure is not very painful and requires no anesthetic. Microdermabrasion can be used medically for scar removal when the scar is raised above the surrounding skin, but is less effective with sunken scars.

Microdermabrasion can also be used to treat sun-damaged skin and to improve acne but must be repeated periodically to be effective. Different microdermabrasion methods are used to the exfoliate skin.

Orbital Microdermabrasion uses a hand piece that rotates at different speeds on an elliptical axis. Instead of using exfoliating crystals, orbital abrasion utilizes a selection of disposable, abrasive treatment tips coated with a layer of silicon carbide to either superficially or deeply exfoliate the stratum corneum. The orbital rotation of the abrasive treatment tip performs a progressive and controlled skin exfoliation and polishes and massages the skin at the same time. The speed of rotation, the abrasiveness of the treatment tip selected and the speed at which the hand piece is moved across the skin surface determines the depth of abrasion.

Led Light Therapy

The application of LED light as a treatment therapy is termed ‘Phototherapy’ derived from the measurement of light energy in units of photons.

Light energy is in every nerve, cell, gland and muscle of the body and each emits its own unique frequency vibration. When the body becomes out of balance (due to age, health, environment, lifestyle or other external factors) the frequency vibration within the cells is affected and this disruption can lead to signs of ageing, skin conditions, illness and disease.

Each colour wavelength of light has a specific and unique frequency vibration. Specific light wavelengths have a bio stimulatory action on the cells and so can be used to effectively normalise cellular imbalances and treat certain skin conditions. There are now numerous scientific studies on the effect of phototherapy in the healing of acne and other skin conditions.

NASA have recently conducted studies on the use of red LED light for the enhancement of cell growth and found that the application of specific wavelengths of light increased fibroblast activity and enhanced DNA synthesis leading to the production of new collagen. A follow up study by Wisconsin Medical College demonstrated that the specific wavelengths of red LED light could be used to accelerate wound healing.

The American Academy of Dermatology has reported that blue LED light can be used to destroy the bacteria that produces the inflammation associated with propionbacterium acnes.

The British Journal of Dermatology has reported that the combination of specific red and blue light wavelengths can successfully treat acne. A recent study at Hammersmith Hospital demonstrated that the combination of red and blue light phototherapy for the treatment of acne produced quicker results than the application of blue light.

Hydratone

Hydratone combines active microcurrent rollers with a unique, electrically conductive silicon gel mask that has been infused with powerful hydrating properties. The rollers gently massage the face causing the mask to become electrically charged so that the whole face is bathed with rejuvenating energy.

The energy delivered by the rollers recharges and replenishes the bio-electrical energy within the facial muscles, restoring tone and firmness.

The energy generated also drives the hydrating actives contained within the gel mask deep into the skin tissue. The gel mask has a dramatic softening action helping to plump out and smooth deep lines and wrinkles.

The Hydratone procedure takes just 10 minutes to perform yet provides immediate and intensive skin hydration and face firming

ELECTRO CELLULITE MASSAGER (ECM)

The Electro Cellulite Massager (ECM) is an optional attachment that can be used in conjunction with all CACI systems that incorporate microcurrent technology.

The ECM attachment combines the therapeutic benefits of massage with the effectiveness of microcurrent therapy. The unique design of the Electro Cellulite Massager utilizes twenty four conductive rollers electrically charged with microcurrent to gently knead tired shoulders, soothe aching limbs and firm sagging muscles.

The rollers are designed to pivot to the body contours of each individual targeting specific problem areas. The stimulatory action of the Electro Cellulite Massager helps to break down fatty deposits, tone muscles and reduce inches.

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