Introducing Cosmetic Facial Acupuncture Sessions

You’ve seen all the articles, tv shows, and social media videos of the newest skincare craze- “Cosmetic Acupuncture”. You’ve seen the fancy tools made of jade, the laser machines, & the pics of patients with needles all over there face. But what is Cosmetic Acupuncture really?
Cosmetic Facial Acupuncture (AKA Acu-Lift, Acupuncture Facial, Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture) is a specialty form of acupuncture that centers around internal health and external radiance.

Cosmetic Acupuncture involves the insertion of fine needles into the face, as well as other techniques such as micro-current laser therapy, facial cupping & massage, jade-rolling, micro-dermabrasion, & more
Cosmetic acupuncture improves the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and puffy eyes, while decreasing the severity of a variety of skin conditions including acne and rosacea, while improving muscle tone in cases of muscle paralysis, just to name a few.

With a series of treatments, facial acupuncture is very rejuvenating to the face and leads to long lasting effects of improved skin tone and appearance, as well as improved muscle function and strength. It’s important to note that Cosmetic Acupuncture is as much about internal health as it is about external radiance. I work with you to balance your organs and address the root cause of your skin concerns. And the treatment goes beyond the fancy tools used in your session. I help you figure out the right foods to consume and the right herbs to supplement as well.

Your initial evaluation includes a Chinese Medicine evaluation of your face & overall Health, and a yummy beautifying & relaxing treatment.

Most patients notice instant changes in their skin's appearance immediately after treatment. But, Cosmetic Facial Acupuncture does require a series of treatments to maintain this improvement, like Full body Acupuncture sessions or any other Cosmetic service.

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In health,
Dr. Naika

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Dr. Naika, the writer of this blog, has a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and a Masters of Science in Acupuncture as of June 2017. Please do not take the information presented on this blog, as medical advice, without consulting your certified health care practitioner. Knowledge is power and your health is your wealth!