Could you benefit from facial toning? Government cuts, longer hours, rising household bills – for many people, life’s never been so tough. If the stresses and strains are starting to take their toll on your skin, you’ll probably have thought about your options for restoring your youthful glow. Although the shelves of high street chemists are filled with anti-ageing creams and supposed wonder cures, how many of them actually work is a point of serious conjecture.
If you’re looking to wind back the clock and restore your radiant, glowing complexion, you need a treatment that’s guaranteed to get results – and for many people, this is facial toning.
With so many different options out there for facial toning at the moment, it can be hard to know which one to choose. However, one of the most popular procedures is CACI facial toning, a non-surgical treatment which helps to tackle the loss of muscle tone in the face. A safe and painless process, it involves using a cotton-tipped wand to manipulate 32 of the muscles in your face. The wand applies tiny micro-currents of energy to gently re-educate the muscles to create a fresher-face and clearer complexion.
Although it’s often used to restore a natural youthful glow, facial toning has many other uses, making it a totally versatile treatment. For example, it can be used to smooth fine lines and wrinkles, while also encouraging the production of collagen, a protein found naturally in the body which helps to give skin its firmness.
If you’ve been unfortunate to suffer with acne – or still have acne scarring from your teenage years or young adulthood – these can also be treated with facial toning. Meanwhile, people who’ve suffered sun damage or dehydration may also want to look into the treatment.
One of its many great benefits of facial toning is how quickly the results are usually seen. While other more drastic procedures such as a surgical facelift can take days or weeks to fully reveal their effects, with facial toning the fantastic results are revealed instantly, meaning it’s perfect for the run-up to a big occasion such as a wedding, birthday party or office get-together.
For increasing numbers of people, cosmetic surgery is becoming a little treat when things get particularly tough at work or home. Just because hours are getting longer and we’re all working harder, doesn’t mean that our faces have to suffer the consequences – and we all deserve a little pick-me-up from time to time, don’t we?
Bella Franklin has been beauty blogging since being on a student at university, 5 years later she now writes for cosmeticsurgeryguru.com a blog dedicated to both surgical and non surgical cosmetic procedures.