Celebs flock to CACI to beat lockdown look

After months of forgoing treatments due to COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, CACI have reported a surge in celebrities enjoying their non-invasive non-surgical treatments. 

CACI's new London flagship, Lisa Franklin Clinic Privé in Knightsbridge as well as CACI's newly-refurbished training centre in Elstree, have welcomed some of these famous faces.   

TV personalities May Jama and Lisa Snowden have enjoyed CACI's signature non-surgical Lift, whilst Cat Deeley loved the soothing effects of CACI's award-winning Hydro Mask during her CACI Synergy treatment.

Laura Whitmore chose to spend her birthday having CACI Hydratone, and to get her legs and  derrière toned, Emma Willis opted for an invigorating session of the CACI ECM body treatment.

Former Made in Chelsea star Lucy Watson loved the muscle-tightening effects of CACI's signature Synergy lift and non-invasive lip plump with CACI's Wrinkle Comb. She continued her skin treatment at home with CACI Eye Revive Serum and Amino Lift Peptide Complex.

Following a session with CACI's Orbital Microdermabrasion, musician Alice Chater commented: 

“I am obsessed. CACI treatment is the BEST facial I've ever. I've had problem skin for about a year, and this truly is the best treatment to have.”