If your skin is feeling dry and lacklustre, can it be coaxed into healthy, glowing, red-carpet-ready condition in the space of an hour?
The answer is - yes, with an Intraceuticals facial, which uses a spray of pressurised oxygen to drive a series of hydrating serums deep into the skin, to support skin health and and enhance its glow. I have tried this a number of times and am always impressed by the way it sculpts and lifts the contours of my face, as well as the super-deep hydration that it delivers.
There was a time when tweakments were the preserve of celebrities - though you would be hard pressed to find one who would admit to it. Nowadays, the conversation has moved on and tweakments – aka non-surgical cosmetic procedures like Botox, fillers and skin peels – are becoming more and more mainstream. When I say mainstream, I mean to the extent that you can now get Botox in Superdrug in the UK, and in the States, 'Botox bars' such as Plump and Ject are springing up, which make the whole experience of injectables feel more casual and less clinical. Now, more than ever, it's time to open up the discussion surrounding tweakments.
Is there a way to stop the face from sagging which is totally non-invasive yet gives an impressive result?
For this week’s Tweak of the Week, I take a closer look at CACI, the well-known and much-loved treatment that tones facial muscles with electrical pulses.