Sponsored Feature: CACI Micro current Clinical Study

25 years ago CACI International launched the first micro current non-surgical facial toning device.

The original CACI system was invented by Dr Thomas Wing and used micro current electrical impulses to re-educate muscles and accelerate tissue healing. Until now Clinical research on micro current has been limited to its medical applications and the effect it has on boosting ATP production and improving cellular metabolic exchange.

These medical study results have been used to explain and justify the wonderful results achieved when micro current is utilised for an aesthetic facial. However, conducting clinical studies is very expensive and until now no studies have actually been performed to demonstrate that micro current can actually improve skin elasticity, soften wrinkles and rejuvenate the skin.

Following years of research and development CACI International have created a new enhanced form of micro current called S.P.E.D that rejuvenates the skin at the same time as toning the facial muscles. CACI has been seeing results that far surpass the effects of traditional micro current in that S.P.E.D enhanced micro current produces quicker results, better results and longer lasting results.

Eager to support such claims, CACI International have sponsored for the first time an independent study of the aesthetic application of micro current. The study is being conducted by an independent and accredited research facility in Cardiff, Wales . The study will review the effects of a course of 10 x micro current facials performed on a group of 25 women aged between 45 and 65. Measurement of skin elasticity, moisture, wrinkle depth and skin texture will be conducted prior to the commencement of the treatment, then re-measured following the first treatment, after the fifth and tenth treatments and then to test longevity of results two weeks following treatment.

Half the face will be treated using traditional micro current and the other side of the face will be treated using SPED enhanced micro current. Results of the study should be available by end of October 2017. Watch this space.