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Sadie Frost Chooses CACI Facial

29th December 2015

SadieFrostBeautiful English actress, designer and producer Sadie Frost recently turned 50 in 2015, though you wouldn’t have guessed it by looking at her! One of her beauty secrets has always been to say no to fillers and a resounding yes to the CACI non-surgical facial lift treatment.

We offer this amazing treatment at our Brighton Skin Salon in the heart of the town centre. Our fully qualified team offer a professional and friendly experience to ensure you look your best all year round. CACI Ultra uses micro-currents to retrain the muscles of your face to return firmness to sagging skin and give you a healthier, more youthful appearance.

Sadie states that the CACI facials is her preferred treatment, rather than having injections. She believes that after a course of the CACI non-surgical ‘facelift’ treatment she has seen a difference in her skin, saying:

Of course, I notice wrinkles. Things do change as you get older, like the elasticity of your skin. I do think they have made a difference. I started to feel like I was getting more jowly. I don’t mind lines on my eyes or forehead but I didn’t like that.

Sadie Frost joins a long line of celebrities who swear by the CACI facial including Jennifer Lopez, Jennifer Aniston and Linda Evangelista who have all turned to the age-perfecting treatment to keep them looking younger.

You don’t have to be an international superstar to enjoy the benefits of the CACI treatment, as we provide the service in our Brighton store. You can even win a free CACI treatment worth £69! All you need to do is click on the link below and fill in your details using the form. Winners will be informed by email after the closing date.

Good luck! x

Click here to win a Free CACI Facial

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