Facial Acupuncture

Before After

The basic principles of cosmetic acupuncture

Balance Yin and Yang: Everything can be divided into Yin and Yang, and the human body also works based on this principle. When Yin and Yang become imbalanced, sickness may be the result.
Therefore, if the facial bones are out of balance, and are asymmetrical, this can be addressed through the processes of cosmetic acupuncture.

Some facial issues may be the result of poor circulation. This can also be treated. Using the acupuncture needle as a medium, unblocking the inner energy within the facial tissues nourishes the affected area, gets rid of waste or toxic substances, and so skin will look fresher. As the inner energy is stimulated within the facial muscles, they will be uplifted.

Nano acupuncture can be applied to:
  • Double Chin
  • Sagging Skin
  • Dull and Dry Skin
  • Winkles
  • Lines around the Eyes
  • Acne
  • Pigmentation
  • Eye Bags
  • Dark Circles
  • Edema
  • Bingo Wings
  • Swollen Feet and Ankles
  • Stretch Marks
  • Belly Muscle Tightening


1) The results are instant
2) The procedures are safe – there are no side effects or surgical procedures
3) There is no age limit, suitable for clients of any age
4) The effects are clearly visible
5) Chi adjustments throughout your body can increase health and make the body absorb more nutrients, including skin care products
6) Detoxification – the process speeds up the excretion of harmful substances or residues

The stages of acupuncture beauty treatment:

1) Chi and Blood circulation levels.

Chi and blood are the general terms for the energy inside the human body.
When Chi and blood flow well, a good metabolism is promoted and there is improvement in all body circulation – the blood circulation system, the lymphatic circulation system and the interstitial fluid circulation system.

If Chi and blood circulation flow are not good the results are:

Dull skin – dark or pale
Dry skin – flaking or cracked
Skin toxins accumulate into dark particles
Water retention and facial puffiness
Dark circles
Bags under the eyes

Acupuncture effects:

A) Hydration of the skin
B) Improved skin tone, balanced facial colour
C) Skin pigment becomes lighter
D) Fine lines are reduced or eliminated
E) Skin condition restored to young, shiny and elastic
F) Facial contours and structure become clearly visible

2) Skin level

Back to youth

The needle stimulates the deep skin and reaches the dermis, causing the body to be traumatised, and thus stimulates the function of body repair, producing collagen. At the same time the elasticity of the facial muscles is increased, so that the skin is firm and smooth as it is reborn.

3) Muscle level

Sagging muscle lifting

Needle and bone setting techniques are used to adjust over-relaxed or over-tightened facial muscles to restore facial balance.

Muscle and bone imbalances can cause:

A) Asymmetrical muscular imbalance
B) Imbalanced eye brows
C) Irregular shaping of the eyes
D) Droopy eyelids
E) Skewing of the nose
F) Poor shaping of the nose bridge
G) Asymmetrical mouth musculature
H) Overly high cheekbones
I) Double chin

4) Detox and Restoration level

The accumulation of harmful substances in the face is caused by low metabolism. Therefore, if the blood and Chi (circulation) is strengthened, it will help the body to discharge harmful residues.
As time goes by, our body’s metabolism slows down, and various harmful residues remain in the body, creating various problems.

Acupuncture can help detoxify. The residue is naturally excreted from the body in the most natural way, activating the body’s restoration function.


After a few sessions, you may experience all of the above stages at the same time, or only two or three stages. This is normal. After all, every body is different. If you want to improve your facial or skin issues rapidly, you should also review your daily diet and lifestyle, as well as arranging further periodic acupuncture treatments.

Healing period:
Generally, improvement can be seen immediately, but if the effects are to last, treatments need to be undertaken, preferably six to ten times. Initially, a consultation with a TCM doctor will identify the nature and cause of any issues, and a diagnosis is made. A course of treatment can then be recommended.

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