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The lowdown on Caci’s new hybrid peel and laser facial

The lowdown on Caci’s new hybrid peel and laser facial

When it comes to beauty treatments there’s generally two categories: the gentle and the grittier. Increasingly, we’re seeing more New Zealanders educate themselves on the latter, branching out from conditioning facials into more intensive treatments like chemical peels, Fraxel, IPL, and Profhilo. But, there’s been a gap in between, for those looking for results but not quite ready to take that step up. Enter the new Caci Laser Facial.

What is the Laser Facial?

Combining the technology of a chemical peel and thermal laser, the newest addition to Caci’s offering triggers increased skin cell turnover and skin healing to deliver a deep cleanse and exfoliation. With no downtime necessary, it gives skin an overall reset revealing smoother, firmer, and glowing skin.

In a nutshell, here’s how it works. First, the Rapid Resurfacing Peel loosens and dissolves the connections between the skin cells causing the outermost layers to peel and reveal fresh skin. Then, the Fractional CO2 Laser is used at a lower level to stimulate the skin through a controlled amount of thermal energy. Hello collagen boost!


  • Targets and breaks down unwanted congestion
  • Improves the appearance of uneven skin tone
  • Improves cell turnover for smoother skin texture
  • Achieves tighter, firmer, and brighter looking skin
  • Stimulates the production of collagen

While the Laser Facial is gentle and non-invasive, Caci still recommends prepping the skin prior with a couple of treatments, like a Hydradermabrasion and/or Level 1 Glycolic Peel.

During the 30-minute treatment a slight tingling sensation is expected and possibly some warmth and itching – this is normal and just it doing its thing. As is generally the case, a course of treatments will deliver the best results, alongside hydrating skincare and treatments.

To learn more about the Caci Laser Facial head to caci.co.nz