The holiday season evokes feelings of joy by celebrating with family and friends, attending holiday parties, special events and gift giving, but alongside all of the “Fa La La” often comes a bit of stress, overindulgence and rushing from here to there. This fast-paced time of year can wreak havoc on our skin from dehydration, a poor diet and anxiety; what better time of year to gift yourself, or the ones you love with a remarkable antiaging and aesthetic treatment.
Plastic surgery and injectables like Botox or fillers are not the only answer; there are natural alternatives. And the best part is, the answer to aging beautifully isn’t costly like cosmetic procedures. For countless individuals, cosmetic acupuncture is the solution.
Acupuncture Rejuvenates The Skin,
Muscles & Blood Flow
Acupuncture has of course been around for centuries, providing the Yin and Yang properties to release the flow of Qi (energy, pronounced chee) to pathways and vital organs for peak health and wellness. When the tiny flexible needles are placed strategically in the dermal layer of the face or neck area (depending on your concerns), the stimulation brings notable contour along with brightness and a youthful glow.
You will first have an advanced evaluation to see which channels are blocked in your body that may be exacerbating facial wrinkles, age spots, acne, laxity, dark circles or other areas of concern. Many times, the symptoms that show signs of aging on the face are brought on by blocked energy and inflammatory responses in our internal organs. The acupuncture needles will be placed strategically in specific areas on your face and neck in need of rejuvenation.
Living in a culture that’s so focused on healthy living through diet and exercise, it’s hard to imagine why so many individuals are willing to fill their faces with painful synthetic injections full of toxins. The ideal solution and natural alternative is to utilize the micro-circulation technique through increasing the Qi and Xue (energy and blood-flow), which creates the youthful luminosity that most people want to achieve. As the flow of energy improves, a greater amount of vitality and blood are circulated into the face, oxygenating, firming and toning the skin to diminish fine lines and improve overall skin and muscle tone.
Cosmetic Acupuncture is an effective, safe, non-surgical treatment to reduce the signs of aging. Celebrities and the elite have been getting acupuncture facials for the past 20 plus years now, but even more notable is that the treatment has been growing in popularity by the general population that realizes the toxic-free effectiveness of the method. That is why cosmetic acupuncture is on the rise.
Facial Acupuncture Benefits
No Harsh toxins
Takes 5 to 10 years off of your appearance
Eliminate fine lines
Deep lines appear softer
Firms and tones skin
Reduces sagging jaw line
Reduces hooded eyelids
Improves muscle tone
Increases circulation and oxygenation of the skin
Tightens the pores
Helps to reduce acne
Nourishes the skin for a healthy natural more radiant glow
Brightens the skin to reduce dull complexions
Minimizes fine lines
Increases collagen and elastin production
Evens facial color and tone
Increases lymph circulation
Leaves skin refreshed and rejuvenated
Several years ago, a study was conducted in the International Journal of Clinical Acupuncture, which reported that among 300 cases treated with Skin Rejuvenating Acupuncture, 90% reported marked effects with one course of treatment. The results included: the skin becoming more even, improvement of the elasticity of facial muscles and leveling of wrinkles, a bright complexion, and overall rejuvenation.
Trusting your delicate face in the hands of a practitioner can be intimidating, that’s why when you chose to have cosmetic acupuncture, it’s imperative to see an experienced licensed Acupuncture Physician and Doctor of Oriental Medicine.
For over 20 years, Dr. Yanhong Meng has been practicing acupuncture. She is a licensed Acupuncture Physician and Doctor of Oriental Medicine. Dr. Meng graduated from Shan Dong Traditional Chinese Medicine University in 1996. In 1996, Dr. Meng began practicing at the Shan Dong Lai Wu Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital, and for three years worked under the direct guidance of Dr. Gu Dao Xia, the inventor of Acupuncture Point Nutritional Injection Therapy.
Dr. Meng attended Shen Yang Western University from 1999-2001, where she deepened her knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Theory and Practical application in conjunction with Western Medicine. In 2002, Dr. Meng completed a rigorous clinical rotation at the Beijing Traditional Chinese Medicine University.
Also, from 2002-2004, Dr. Meng operated a TCM Clinic in Dublin, Ireland. After moving to the United States, Dr. Meng graduated with honors from The Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine in 2007, where she received her Masters in Oriental Medicine. Since 2007 she has owned and operated Meng’s Acupuncture Medical Center in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.
If you want to look younger, please call Meng’s Acupuncture Medical Center today at (561) 656-0717
Meng’s Acupuncture Medical Center
Gardens Cosmetic Surgery Center Bldg.
4060 PGA Boulevard, Suite 202
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 33410