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Caci Ellerslie now open!

Caci Ellerslie now open!

Caci are excited to announce the opening of Caci Ellerslie, situated upstairs, 124 Main Highway, Ellerslie.

Caci is currently in a growth phase, responding to demand in the appearance enhancement market, opening five clinics in the past twelve months with more to come.

Local owner Sandra has been with Caci for over 3 years, and also owns Caci Newmarket. “I always wanted to own an upmarket, professional clinic with a great brand, and Caci was the perfect fit” says Sandra, “I had been a Caci client for 5 years before I took the opportunity to own my own clinic, so I really understood the brand”

Caci’s core purpose is to build women’s confidence, through simplifying treatment options by bundling the best treatments together in programmes, delivering results, and making the treatments affordable by offering interest free payment plans and free consultations.

Sandra’s favourite treatment is cosmetic injections and fillers; “The difference we make in a client’s self-confidence is really life changing”. Caci focuses on treatments that gets results and 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 Botox® and Juverderm® (dermal filler).

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

Reshape your body: ChillSculpt™ uses controlled cooling to freeze and reduce fat cells. It is perfect for those who have stubborn fat that cannot be easily reduced by diet or exercise.

Caci Ellerslie has an established team who are passionate about getting results including; Ezra-Lee and Nicole, the very talented beauty therapists, Cathy the treatment coordinator who has great industry experience, and Lisa, the registered nurse and appearance medicine expert with over 20 years’ experience.

The team at Caci Ellerslie are all very excited to welcome your into to their new Caci clinic!


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