Facial Acupuncture…promotes nutrient-rich blood flow, stimulates muscle activity, and encourages collagen production which all contribute to a more youthful healthy-looking appearance.
Cosmetology has been a part of Chinese Medicine for thousands of years, using various techniques to improve beauty. One technique, called Facial Acupuncture, employs extra fine needles which are placed into problem areas on the face and neck (such as wrinkles or acne scarring, for example) to promote nutrient-rich blood flow, stimulate muscle activity, and encourage collagen production—all of which contribute to a more youthful, healthy-looking appearance.
This treatment will help detoxify the body—great because toxins in the skin lead to wrinkles and unwanted discoloration. The needles stimulate circulation, improving blood flow to the face, which helps rid it of impurities and enhance its natural “ glow.” In addition, the muscles in the face will relax, helping to smooth out fine lines and soften any wrinkled areas. The needles also stimulate collagen production and improve skin elasticity. Collagen is what provides that taut, youthful look to the skin.
The best candidates for Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture are people looking for a natural, alternative means of reducing the signs of aging and improve their inner vitality for a more relaxed, healthy appearance to their face. Facial Acupuncture is a completely safe procedure. The results are gradual and subtle but most people will see a tighter, more lifted appearance with each treatment.
Each session is about 30 minutes ($65 per treatment), and it generally takes about five sessions to see results. Clients will often notice an overall brightness to their face after the first treatment. With Facial Rejuvenation, not only is the quality of your skin improved, your overall health is enhanced as well. With every facial treatment, your body is addressed. Clients will experience improved sleep, better digestion, and balanced hormones. Stress levels can decrease tremendously.
After a series of treatments, results can last years. Maintenance is recommended for best results. Stop in or schedule your appointment online today!
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About the Author
Maria Hogan is a Licensed Acupuncturist and Massage Therapist. She graduated with a Masters Degree in acupuncture from the New York College of Health Professions, where she currently is a Professor and Supervisor to students in the Massage Clinic.
Maria is passionate about sharing the healing benefits of Chinese Medicine.
Believing the body should be treated as a whole, she uses many modalities to treat various conditions.