Facial rejuvenation acupuncture
Series of 12: $1800 [$150/treatment]
Time: 60 minutes/treatment [6 month payment plan available]
Recommended Frequency: Once/week for 12 weeks then quarterly
Dating back to the Sung Dynasty, Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture was used on the Empress and the Emperor’s concubines. It is a painless, non-surgical procedure that is based on the philosophy of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) of channeling the body’s Qi, pathways and meridians of energy, by inserting tiny, hair-sized needles into various specific points in the face, neck, and body as appropriate, in order to reverse the aging process as well as tackling skin conditions that result from poor circulation and hormonal imbalances.
What to expect: Over the course of 12 weekly sessions, expect fine lines and in some cases even deeper wrinkles diminished, puffiness and redness reduced, droopy eyelids lifted, jowls firmed and lifted, broken capillaries diminished, collagen increased, firmer muscle tone, and an overall healthier glow from increased circulation. Results are natural and lasting and are generally visibly noticeable around the sixth or seventh treatment. We consider this to be the best natural alternative to botox and fillers and minor face-lifts, achieving a permanent and lasting result. Once the series is completed, a maintenance program is recommended ranging from one treatment/month to one treatment/quarter depending on the starting point and desired results. It is important to note that the results will not be as dramatic as a face-lift or plastic surgery but will achieve a more natural and sustainable lifting and toning effect.
Contraindications may include pituitary disorders, heart disorders, diabetes mellitus, high blood pressure, clients with pacemakers, bleeding or bruising disorders, migraine headaches, or a herpes outbreak. Clients who have had botox must wait a week before doing this procedure. While this treatment can help with some minor acne, we recommend starting with the hi-tech facial to clear the acne first.