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Caci Viaduct now open

There’s a new face in the heart of the city:

Caci Viaduct now open!

25 May 2015

Caci is New Zealand’s most trusted skin treatment and appearance medicine provider, and we are excited to announce that today, local owner Louise Woodhams opened the doors to the brand new Caci Viaduct, situated at 29 Graham Street, Auckland.

Prior to owning Caci Viaduct, Louise was a full time Mum, and freelance makeup artist, she then joined the team at Caci Kohimarama, as the Treatment Coordinator, “owning my own Caci is something I had been pursuing for a few years, and working at Caci in that role was invaluable in helping me establish my own clinic” says Louise.

Caci Viaduct specialises in results focussed treatment solutions to help you feel confident in your skin. Caci are the experts in:

• Skin rejuvenation: treating sun damage, pigmentation, scarring and uneven skin tone and texture.

• Appearance medicine: managing lines, wrinkles and volume loss with anti-wrinkle injections and filler.

• Laser hair removal: using variable pulsed light (VPL) to offer a long-term solution to unwanted hair.

• Fat Reduction: ChillSculpt™ is perfect for those who have stubborn fat that cannot be easily reduced by diet or exercise.

At Caci, we make these treatments affordable, offering interest free payment solutions, so you can pay for your treatments either weekly, fortnightly or monthly.

Caci Viaduct has a fantastic team who are passionate about getting results, and helping you to look and feel your best; including a senior beauty therapist with over 10 years’ experience, Jessica, treatment coordinator who was a previous Caci Client with amazing results, and Caz, senior registered nurse and appearance medicine expert.

The team at Caci Viaduct are all very excited to welcome your into to the new Caci Viaduct.

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