NYC Facial Rejuvenation & Cosmetic Acupuncture
What is Cosmetic Acupuncture?
Cosmetic Acupuncture is a form of treatment that uses tiny needles on the face and body to enhance and renew your looks. Based upon the same principles of Oriental Medicine that allow acupuncture to treat a variety of pain and internal conditions, Cosmetic Acupuncture can provide a pain-free and natural way to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and support a healthy complexion.
Benefits of Cosmetic Acupuncture:
Increase in collagen production, improving the elasticity of your skin.
Remove fine wrinkles in the skin.
Lighten deeper lines in the face.
Strengthen the facial muscles, helping flatten wrinkles and lift droopy eyelids.
Increased blood circulation in the face, improving complexion.
Clear or reduce age spots, rosacea, and acne.
Pain free and natural therapy that improves your appearance.
A treatment that benefits your overall health.
You will not only look younger, but also feel younger!
How Does Cosmetic Acupuncture Work?
Cosmetic Acupuncture for facial rejuvenation works by balancing the functioning of the body and encouraging the flow of blood and energy to the face. From the physical constitution and lifestyle, the flow of energy in the body can become disrupted leading to a state of disharmony; these imbalances can manifest in the complexion and skin health. By supporting a healthy mind and body, you can improve the appearance of your face in a manner that you can both see and feel.
During the Cosmetic Acupuncture treatment for facial rejuvenation, thin sterile needles will be inserted into the face and body to adjust the flow of energy. Additionally, these facial needles are able to increase the tone of the facial muscles, pulling the skin tight and flattening wrinkles. The local insertion of needles into the superficial layers of the skin has been shown to increase collagen production in the local area providing the skin greater elasticity and a more youthful appearance. There is usually no pain and only a mild distending feeling at the sites of needles insertion during the treatment.