Cosmetic Acupuncture and Beauty with Chinese Herbs

Cosmetic Acupuncture in TCM is a branch of Traditional Chinese Medicine system, it was developed and perfected for over 2000 years. Back in Western Zhou period (1120-770 BC) dietary practices were used to prevent aging. Between Qin Han and 3 kingdoms period (770-221 BC ) herbal therapies for facial rejuvenation were developed and documented in Chinese Medicine Classics, and beginning in 282 AD, acupuncture techniques were incorporated into the treatments.  Facial rejuvenation techniques have always been used by nobility to maintain a youthful appearance.

Beauty is generally thought of as skin deep. From a Western medical standpoint, facial acupuncture is effective due to the micro-traumas in the dermal layer of the skin created when the tiny needles are inserted.  In response to this stimulus, blood flow to the area is increased, and there is a stimulation of collagen and elastin production that allows this matrix to be supple, firm, and resilient.

From the perspective of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), beauty is also an important reflection of health within the body. Any disharmony in the organs and channels will show on the face.  acupuncture and Chinese herbs facilitates both Qi (vital life force) and Blood to the face, removes obstructions and blockages, and creates free flow and energetic alignment and achieve a balance between improving exterior facial beauty and strengthening the internal energies that influence beauty. 

A complete course of Cosmetic Acupuncture treatment is 10 to 12 sessions, 1 to 2 sessions a week, but you can have as many or has few as you choose.

Acupuncture can reduce acne and surgical scars, pregnancy stretch marks.

Chinese Herbal Medicine Facial Rejuvenation can be used separately or together with Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation. When used separately, it usually takes at least 2 weeks to see results. 

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