Facial rejuvenation without surgery
The essence of the technique is that in response to the procedure, the body improves blood flow at the site of needle placement and produces collagen and elastin.
Acupuncture needles are left on the face for 15-30 minutes and then removed. During the healing process, skin cells within a 1-2 mm radius around the treated area release growth signals to cells known as skin stem cells. New collagen fibers thicken the skin, fill wrinkles and stimulate the growth of new healthy cells.
Treatment of skin diseases with acupuncture
If you have scars, then acupuncture is also suitable for you. As soon as the damaged area on the body heals, the body “forgets” about this area, because it has so many other things to do.
Acupuncture in the area of scar tissue "reminds" the body of the problem area, helps to increase more collagen in it and smooth out the scar.
Acupuncture, due to the impact on the projection points of all organs and systems of the body on the face, has a beneficial effect on overall well-being, as a result of which you will gain:
- More energy and vitality
- Stronger immune system
- Good digestion
- Deep sleep
- Beter sex
- Great mood and vivacity
What else you should know:
The effectiveness of rejuvenation acupuncture - 98%
Acupuncture of the face is almost painless and even more – it is quite relaxing procedure.
On average, 10 procedures are required. But the courses of treatment are individual, depending on the condition of the skin, age and vitality of the patient.
In general, acupuncture is a safe procedure, provided it is done correctly. Side effects are rare and minor.
- Reduce or eliminate wrinkles
- Improving blood circulation in the face
- Narrowing of pores
- Tightening of sagging skin and face oval
- double chin reduction
- Elimination of dark circles under the eyes
- Reduce or eliminate swelling
- Treatment of acne and skin rashes
- Moisturizing the skin of the face
- Making skin smooth and radiant
- Acute infectious diseases
- High body temperature
- Benign and malignant neoplasms
- Blood diseases