These days we all want to look and feel our best, but at what expense are we willing to accomplish this? With anti-aging therapies such as Botox and Restylane becoming more and more common place, are we really thinking about the long term effects of such treatment or are we just focused on the quick fix?
In our search to look younger and more vibrant are there natural options? It all begins with genetics, lifestyle and diet. But for those of us that want to support our body naturally in the anti-aging realm..what are our options? Well, acupuncture may be an answer..who knew?
Have you ever noticed how beautiful the skin is of women in China? In addition to genetics, perhaps this is because facial rejuvenation originated in China many, many years ago. Facial rejuvenation has enabled many women to keep their skin beautiful by reducing fine lines, increasing elasticity and collagen in the their skin, firming up their facial muscles, and improving the quality of their skin through acupuncture and herbal therapies. It has become a safe and effective alternative to the use of therapies such as BOTOX and RESTYLANE.
This delicate use of acupuncture and essential oils is arranged in a sequence that develops collagen and stimulates rejuvenation processes. While your skin is reacting to the subtle stimulation, the treatment is also adjusting energy throughout your entire body. Each treatment is 1 hour long and is part of a ten treatment series. Each treatment consists of Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture, application of essential oils and acupressure massage of the face and declotte and stimulation with cooling jade. Maintenance sessions are scheduled according to the individuals needs after the initial series. Changes may be seen as soon as the first treatment is completed, but each succeeding treatment builds on the last. The program is safe, effective and brings with it none of the great expense, adverse effects or toxicity of more invasive approaches that involve drugs or surgery.
How Does Facial Rejuvenation Work?
According to the latest research in dermatology and Dr. Howard Murad, a professor of dermatology at UCLA and Vogue magazines proclaimed “One of America’s top dermatologists”, the problem is free radicals.
Aging skin ...wrinkles, sagging, enlarged pores, puffiness, thin and dry skin…is due to the damaged caused by free radicals.
Free radicals are destructive molecules. They destroy the integrity of other molecules. They first attack and destroy the walls of your skin cells. So if you imagine your cells as being like a water balloon. Free radicals are like a knife that pokes holes into it. The balloon will then leak like a sieve…and your cells become dehydrated. They become deflated and dehydrated, because all the vital fluid and nutrients have leaked out.
When an acupuncture needle is inserted near a wrinkle, the nervous system is stimualted along with blood circulation to the area. This helps to neutralize the free radical, decrease inflammation and promote collagen production. The collagen begins to repair the wrinkle along with damaged skin resulting in wrinkle reduction and skin regeneration.
What Are The Effects Of Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture?
Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture can actually take five to fifteen years off the face. Some of the most common effects of facial rejuvenation include:
· Reduction of fine lines
· Diminished deep wrinkles
· Droopy eyelids are lifted
· Jowls are firmed
· Under eye bags are reduced
· Puffiness around the eyes is reduced or eliminated
· Increase of blood and lymph circulation to the face increases skin
· Increased collagen production
· Improved muscle tone
· Dermal contraction
· Tightening of pores
· Brightening of the eye area
· Improving hormonal balance to help with acne
· Reducing evidence of stress from the face
Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation is a safe and effective alternative to the use of more invasive therapies such as BOTOX, RESTYLANE, RESURFACEING, CHEMICAL PEELS or even COSMETIC SURGERY.
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