Facial Rejuvenation, also known as Cosmetic Acupuncture, is a painless, non-surgical method used to reduce the signs of aging. It is a safe and effective alternative to plastic surgery and Botox. The technique uses both acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine to help erase years of aging. The treatments address the physical, mental and emotional patterns that cause disease and contribute to the aging process. Facial Rejuvenation helps to alleviate fine lines, wrinkles, puffiness, sagging and discoloration of the skin, while simultaneously supporting overall health.
Treatments tighten the pores, improve muscle tone and dermal contraction, increase collagen production and affect its distribution. Tiny acupuncture needles are inserted into specific facial and body points, working to increase local circulation of blood and lymph, and stimulate the body’s natural processes of cell reproduction and growth.
Facial Rejuvenation truly works from the inside out, utilizing the body’s own systems to re-energize and re-vitalize, helping bring the beauty from within back to your appearance.
The benefits of Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture may include:
- Improved muscle tone and dermal contraction
- Increased collagen production
- Reduction of bags under the eyes
- Reduction of sagging and jowls
- Decreased puffiness around the face
- Elimination of fine lines on the face
- Reduction of larger wrinkles
- Hormone balancing for hormonal acne or dry skin
- Moistening of the skin through increased circulation to the face
- Improvement of facial color through increased circulation
- Tightening of the pores
- Lifting of drooping eyelids
- Reduction of age spots
- Reduction of stress evident in the face
- Emergence of one’s innate beauty and radiance.
Contraindications – Facial Rejuvenation should NOT be used in the following cases:
- Heart disorders
- Diabetes Mellitus
- High blood pressure
- Acute herpes outbreak
- Individuals with a pace maker
- Individuals with bruising or bleeding disorders
- Individuals who currently suffer from migraines
- Acute cold or flu symptoms