CACI reveals clinical study results

According to a new independent clinical study, CACI's S.P.E.D microcurrent technology has been proven to produce quicker, better and longer-lasting results than traditional microcurrent.

The third party clinical study, conducted by Cutest Systems Ltd, compared traditional CACI microcurrent facial toning with S.P.E.D (Simultaneous Photo Electrical Delivery) enhanced CACI microcurrent. 

In total, 25 female participants aged 35-60 took part in the research. 10 treatments were administered, with measurements and assessments taken after treatment one, five and 10.    

After just 10 treatments, results recorded that the S.P.E.D reduced wrinkle depth by up to 75%, improved skin elasticity by up to 88%, improved skin texture by up to 46% and reduced red spots by up to 53%.

Speaking of the findings, Dean Nathanson, CACI's Managing Director, comments: “With the support of the clinical study coupled with PR generated around CACI Synergy salon treatments, CACI International anticipates that this will create a growing demand from salons looking to upgrade their traditional microcurrent systems to S.P.E.D enhanced microcurrent.”