Facial Rejuvenation

Facial rejuvenation rebalances energy to create inner balance and outer radiance. It combines several efficient energy balancing and beautifying methods into one therapy system. It incorporates fine needle stimulation through acupuncture points, color and sound therapies, massage and specifically formulated natural facial products. All of our organs are linked to the skin directly or indirectly through energy channels, or meridians. Here are some results you may see from the facial rejuvenation:

1. Reduced wrinkles.
2. Improved facial muscle tone to a more youthful firmness.
3 Reduced or eliminated acne, blemishes and age spots.
4. Increased collagen production that improves facial contours.
5 A healthy, vibrant glow in the skin.

Additional benefits may accompany facelift acupuncture treatments, because energy flow is improved throughout the body. The following have been reported by some patients:

1. Relief of menstrual cramps.
2. Alleviation of menopausal discomfort.
3. Weight reduction in overweight patients.
4. Relief of back and neck pain.
5. Improvement in mental clarity and reduction of depression. (One composer reported that her writer's block was lifted.)
6. Relief of digestive discomfort and constipation.
7. Increase in energy levels.
8. Improvement in sleep patterns, and reduction of insomnia.

The procedure works for men and women. It begins with a seven step microcurrent and colored light program, using 20 to 30 very fine needles on acupuncture points, for about 60 minutes. Acupressure is then applied. Both steps manipulate vital energy, tone the muscles, reduce wrinkles and saggy skin, soften the scar tissue and lighten the skin pigmentation. This is followed by a mud or herb mask. Background music or sounds to harmonize with your brain waves will play during the entire treatment. The recommended course consists of 12 to 20 treatments. Treatments are applied every two to three days, followed by maintenance treatments after every four to six weeks. A personal program can be developed for each patient according to individual health needs and financial circumstances.