Cosmetic Acupuncture

Cosmetic Acupuncture offers a natural and holistic approach to rejuvenating the complexion and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Cosmetic Acupuncture treatments are an integral part of Traditional Chinese Medicine, treating the the inner beauty of our clients that reflect that youthful glow and radiance by utilising the principles this ancient Chinese medical discipline. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) dates back over 5,000 years.

According to the theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine, aging and wrinkles begin internally from a constitutional imbalance and a fundamental weakness of the vitality of the body called Qi which circulates throughout the body within pathways known as meridians, and provides nourishment, support and energy to every cell, tissue, muscle and organ within the body.

Cosmetic Acupuncture uses small sterile, disposable needles on the face and body. This stimulates the local facial tissues and also works to address any underlying imbalance so that you not only look great, but feel healthier too. The whole body is treated, because what happens in your skin is a reflection of what’s going on in your body.

Cosmetic Acupuncture can be used to treat a number of skin conditions including acne, eczema, rosacea, age spots and blotchy skin.

The overall effect of Cosmetic Acupuncture is not only improved elasticity, tone and a youthful complexion but also the enhanced feeling of health and harmony.

Some famous celebrities who are reported to be fans of Cosmetic Acupuncture include Madonna, Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow, Cher, Claudia Schiffer and Prince William.

Cosmetic Acupuncture may have the following benefits:

  • Reduction or erasure of fine lines
  • Softening of deep lines
  • Increased collagen production
  • Improved skin and muscle tone
  • Reduction in the size of under-eye bags
  • Reduction of dark circles
  • Lifting of drooping eyelids
  • Reduction of double chins
  • Brightening of the eyes
  • Relaxation of the face
  • A healthy complexion

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