Microcurrent lifting, LED light therapy and lymphatic drainage – all current buzzwords amongst the celebrity facialist set for red carpet skin prep. So says British Vogue in a recent feature that reveals how celebrity facialists make A-list skin glow for awards season. And it’s CACI’s moment to shine.
Name-dropped by master aesthetician Lena Bratschi in Vogue, CACI microcurrent is her go-to facial for her famous clientele. Bratschi is the founder of Carasoin Day Spa in Los Angeles that counts Oscar-nominee Michelle Williams, Bridgerton’s Simone Ashley, The Crown’s Elizabeth Debicki and Women Talking’s Rooney Mara as regular clients. Customising each treatment to her client’s needs, she frequently works with CACI as it allows for zero downtime - many clients go to hair and makeup directly from Carasoin and have to look their sparkling best.
Lena explains: I focus on sculpting, lifting and creating a perfect base for make-up. One really popular treatment I’ve been doing recently is dermaplaning with CACI facial microcurrent, and the new CACI hand treatment – there’s a lot of focus on the jewellery on the red carpet and focal points, like rings and bracelets, don’t look good on untreated hands, so that treatment is really powerful to give a glowing finish to both face and hands.’
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