Facial Rejuvination Acupuncture is a non-surgical approach to diminishing the signs of aging. It’s history begins in the Sun Dynasty (960-1279 A.D.), where it was used for the Empress and the Emperor’s concubines. The appearance of youth has always been important. In more modern times the treatment of stroke and Bell’s Palsy patients have continued to reveal the benefits of acupuncture and it’s impact on the appearance of the face.
The average gains seems to remove five to fifteen years from the face but the results can be truly remarkable. Facial Rejuvination Acupuncture has been shown to stimulate the production of collagen helping firm the skin and fill in fine lines and reduce the appearance of deeper wrinkles. Bags under the eyes, sagging jowles and neck, double chins or droopy eyelids can all be firmed up with this approach. Facial Rejuvination Acupuncture is not limited to only the face but addresses the underlying or constitutional health issues that often reflect in the face and skin prematurely. This combination allows the inner beauty to reflect to the outside.
While not a replacement for surgical intervention (it cannot reshape a nose or add a chin), it is a much safer and more subtle alternative to the more invasive surgical facelift with the side effects usually limited to slight bruising around the eyes or neck.
Facial Rejuvination Acupuncture is not for everyone. Those with underlying chronic health conditions such as multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, diabetes, migraines, etc., can only undertake a series of treatments if or when those conditions can be corrected. Treatment is typically two times per week for three weeks, then one time per week for six weeks. The greatest benefit seems to occur in the twelve to fifteen visit range. Treatment lasts ninety to one-hundred twenty minutes and a limited number of clients are accepted.