Facial Enhancement Acupuncture Treatment

 A Natural way to look and feel years younger. . . .

How does it work?

Acupuncture points on the face, as well as specific points on the body, are used to support the functioning of internal organs according to your individual needs.

The treatment stimulates collagen production to help reduce lines, reduce sagging and bags under the eyes and improve lacklustre skin.  It can also be used to treat acne, scars and medical conditions that affect the face, such as stroke or Bell’s palsy.

Who would benefit from Facial Enhancement Acupuncture Treatment?

fraAnyone wishing to look and feel younger and anyone wishing to slow the aging process.

Facial Enhancement Acupuncture Treatment is suitable for those with deep wrinkles, fine lines, bags under the eyes, sagging, puffiness, drooping eyelids, double chin, large pores, dry skin or acne.

Different points are stimulated according to your individual requirements. A person with excessively dry skin for example, would require a different treatment to someone with excessive puffiness.

What happens during treatment?

Only the best, specialised, hair-thin needles for facial acupuncture are used to ensure the treatment is as effective and comfortable as possible.

The treatment also includes head and face massage and/or facial acupressure which augments and reinforces the treatments. Most people find it a very relaxing and rejuvenating treatment.

How can I help?

Your practitioner may recommend some facial, breathing or relaxation exercises, self massage or dietary support for you to include in your daily routine of health and skin care.

Are there any risks?

Facial Enhancement Acupuncture is a safe treatment. On occasion, there is a minor risk of local bruising which should disappear within a few days.

Facial Enhancement Acupuncture is not suitable if you currently have:

  • a pituitary disorder
  • a heart condition or a pacemaker
  • diabetes mellitus
  • high blood pressure
  • problems with bleeding or bruising
  • migraines

Facial Enhancement Acupuncture should not be done during pregnancy, during a bout of cold or flu, during an allergic attack or during an acute herpes outbreak.

Does it really make a difference?

fra2The use of Acupuncture in cosmetology –especially in preventing and reducing wrinkles – is growing in Japan, Hong Kong, and the USA and is now attracting more and more attention in Europe. The effectiveness of Acupuncture is due to its direct manipulation of the body’s energy, removing blockages or adding energy when necessary.

According to a report published in the International Journal of Clinical Acupuncture, among 300 cases treated with Facial Acupuncture, 90% had marked effects with one course of treatment.

The effects included: the skin becoming delicate and fair, improvement of the elasticity of facial muscles and levelling of wrinkles, a ruddier complexion, and overall rejuvenation – not confined to the face.

Endorsed by Hollywood celebrities, Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture is a safe beauty treatment and a kinder alternative to Botox or fillers.

Book your consultation

Call us on 952 883 151 or email us [email protected]

Rebecca Richards Acupuncturist at BodyworksRebecca Richards Lic.Ac.MBAcC (BA Hons)

With a 15-year background in the health and wellbeing industry Rebecca is able to offer an experienced holistic approach to health.  This qualified acupuncturist gained her BA (Hons) degree in Five Element acupuncture at the college of traditional acupuncture. Working in a variety of clinic and wellbeing settings she has a wealth of knowledge.

Rebecca is also a fully qualified reflexologist, Reiki master and mindfulness teacher and has been practicing fitness, boxing and Yoga for many years driven by a simple love for the journey.   Rebecca decided to study yoga and Personal training as a teacher, so she could share that joy with others, and the journey moved to a new phase.

Rebecca applies integrated approach to her patients’ health and wellbeing.  With Rebecca you don’t just get an expert on fixing specific health problems, but instead a focus on the “whole you”.  Mind, body and Spirit.