Facial rejuvenation acupuncture, commonly referred to as cosmetic acupuncture or facial acupuncture, is an extension of the ancient practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine acupuncture with a beauty focus.
Here Are 3 Ways Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture Gives You a Glow Up
Not Just the Face: Balances The Whole Body
Traditional Chinese Medicine theory regards beauty and overall health with a holistic perspective. This means that both internal and external aspects of wellness, digestion, circulation, metabolism, and mental health, cannot be separated from beauty.
A facial rejuvenation acupuncture treatment will inevitably also aim to balance your whole body.
Improves the Long Term Health of Skin
By causing micro-trauma with the insertion of needles, facial rejuvenation acupuncture encourages the natural production of newer, stronger elastin fibers and collagen. This results in a long term effect of increased elasticity, firmness, reduced fine lines and a smoother complexion and overall texture.
Improves Facial Musculature
By addressing the muscles in the face, facial rejuvenation acupuncture stimulates or relaxes tension in the face, depending on the individual’s needs and concerns. Rather than trying to hold back time, acupuncture allows clients to emote freely and age gracefully.
BONUS: It is Covered by Health Benefits!
All facial rejuvenation acupuncture sessions are performed by a Registered Acupuncturist and therefore allows you to claim your session through your Acupuncture benefits coverage.
All treatments also include other optional modalities such as Gua Sha, facial cupping, micro-needling, LED light therapy & vibrational therapy. All skin care products used are local, organic, plant-based and consciously curated.
Care Consideration: Just a reminder that the above information is not a substitute for medical care and is not a substitute for medical advice or recommendations from a healthcare provider. This information is not intended to treat, mitigate, or cure any disease. That said, we encourage you to connect with an Acupuncturist in your community to learn more about this and other Traditional Chinese Medicine options. If you’ve got questions about Chinese herbal medicine or getting started with an Acupuncturist, feel free to connect with us on firstname.lastname@example.org.