Natural Facial Rejuvenation

Acupuncture and Natural Facial Rejuvenation: What is the Story?

Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) can provide a safe, effective, natural and drug-free approach to reducing the signs of aging.  A facial rejuvenation treatment using this ancient technique can improve muscle tone of the face and neck while addressing underlying imbalances that may have contributed to the aging process.  

As we get older it becomes more difficult for Qi to flow upwards to “lift” the face.  This leads to inadequate muscle tone, and over time, wrinkles, and sagging skin.  By utilizing acupuncture, the Qi potential is increased and the pathways in our body receive nourishment, support, and energy to every cell, tissue, muscle, and organ.

Acupuncture tightens pore, improves muscle tone and dermal contraction while enhancing and increasing the elasticity of the skin.  It can reduce signs of aging by strengthening and stimulating the circulation of Qi within the meridian pathways, especially those of the face.  Through a succession of treatments, you will look and feel more energetic, calm, vibrant and healthy.

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