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Acupuncture Treatment

Cosmetic Acupuncture

No Pain,    Natural,    Safe

Cosmetic acupuncture, also known as facial acupuncture or facial rejuvenation acupuncture, is a specialized form of acupuncture that focuses on enhancing the appearance of the skin and reducing signs of aging. Here are the key aspects of cosmetic acupuncture:

  1. Procedure:

    • Tiny, hair-thin needles are inserted into specific points on the face, as well as other parts of the body, to improve blood flow, stimulate collagen production, and promote overall skin health.

    • The treatment can also involve points that address internal health issues, which can affect the skin's appearance.

  2. Benefits:

    • Wrinkle Reduction: Helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by stimulating collagen production.

    • Improved Skin Tone: Enhances skin tone and texture by increasing circulation to the face.

    • Lifting and Firming: Can provide a natural lifting and firming effect by toning underlying muscles.

    • Reduction of Puffiness: Helps to reduce puffiness and improve lymphatic drainage.

    • Acne and Scarring: Can assist in reducing acne and the appearance of scars by promoting healing.

  3. Holistic Approach:

    • Unlike other cosmetic procedures, cosmetic acupuncture takes a holistic approach. It not only targets the face but also addresses overall health and wellness, as it is believed that internal health issues can manifest in the skin.

    • It can improve sleep, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being, which can contribute to a healthier, more youthful appearance.

  4. Non-Invasive:

    • Cosmetic acupuncture is a natural, non-invasive alternative to procedures like Botox, fillers, or surgical facelifts. There are no chemicals involved, and the risk of side effects is minimal.

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Microneedling:
Very fine needles
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Microneedling

What Is Microneedling?

Simply put, Micro-Needling is the insertion of very fine short needles into the skin for the purpose of rejuvenation.
The premise is simple – create a small wound and the skin will respond with collagen production and
new skin cells. Depending on the depth of the needle penetration, this can offer skin rejuvenation levels
from the simple enhancement of product absorption to the clinical treatment of scars and wrinkles.

Micro-Needling creates micro channels in the skin. When those channels are created the skins own repair response is to start producing collagen and elastin, this is to heal that controlled injury that was just created. That in turn make our skin tighter and smoother.

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Examples  (Before & After)

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Hair Loss  (Before & After)

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Research

A study published in the Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery found that microneedling was an effective treatment for  acne scars, with a 60-70% improvement in scar appearance after four to six sessions. The authors noted that  "microneedling can be considered a safe and effective treatment option for acne scars" (Dhurat et al., 2014). 

 

Another study published in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology found that microneedling was effective at improving skin texture  and reducing the severity of acne in patients with acne-prone skin. The authors noted that ""microneedling represents a promising  therapy for acne and acne scarring, with a good safety profile and significant improvement in skin texture and acne lesions'  (Fabbrocini et al., 2016). 


Journal of Dermatological Treatment found that microneedling was effective at reducing the severity of acne and improving skin  texture in patients with acne-prone skin. The authors noted that "microneedling can be considered as an effective and safe  alternative treatment modality for patients with acne and acne scars" (El-Domyati et al., 2016).  

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