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What to Expect from Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation

Updated: Sep 28, 2019

What does facial rejuvenation do?

Our facial rejuvenation treatment covers several practices to offer the greatest results for patients!

  • Cosmetic acupuncture is an ancient school of acupuncture practice where needles are inserted into the face to enhance muscle tone, improve circulation to the face, and increase collagen production for smoother, younger-looking skin.

  • Celluma Pro LED Light Therapy delivers light energy on the molecular level to encourage cellular processes. For the purposes of facial rejuvenation, it stimulates tissue regeneration, decreases wrinkles and inflammation, and kills acne bacteria. It also relieves pain.

  • Microcurrent therapy is a needle-free treatment that stimulates the face on a cellular level to produce more collagen and improve skin elasticity. The low levels of electric current assist the acupuncture treatment in toning facial muscles and decreasing the appearance of fine lines.

  • Facial cupping uses suction to drain lymph and increase the flow of blood to the skin, reducing puffiness, dark circles, and wrinkles.

For more information about these practices, check the full Cosmetic Acupuncture page on our website!

How long does it take?

The most effective single course is 12 treatments over a span of 6-12 weeks.

How long does it last?

Unlike Botox or plastic surgery, facial rejuvenation has long-lasting results; though patients may choose to come in for maintenance appointments depending on their preference, initial results can last up to 5 years.

What if I'm sensitive to needles?

The needles used for cosmetic acupuncture are extremely fine. About 20 regular-sized acupuncture needles can fit in a standard hypodermic needle; however, about 40 of the needles used for cosmetic acupuncture can fit in that same hypodermic needle!

The doctor will discuss all options at your initial consultation. To schedule your initial appointment, call us at (321) 972-2940 today!


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