Although this method, can seem scary, since it uses thin needles, it is still a more gentle option to achieve a "face-lift" effect that has gained in popularity in the west.
Cosmetic acupuncture begins with needles that relax the body and bring balance to it. Then, dermal needles that follow a specific acupuncture protocol called "Mei Zen" are used, and in the end, needles are used that encounter specific problems such as wrinkles. Face pins improve blood and energy circulation, nourish the skin and increase the natural production of collagen to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and gray skin.
Cosmetic acupuncture is specifically aimed at improving skin health and restoring skin shine, but it includes traditional acupuncture that affects stress and calms the body. The appearance of the skin is related to the general state of health, so it is important to balance the mind, body and spirit.
It softens wrinkles and pores, but also slows down the creation of them. Just like using preparative cosmetics, it is advised to start in the late twenties as part of the skin care routine to prevent signs of aging. There is nothing that completely removes signs of aging - it only slows them down. It's always good to start early, before signs of aging become prominent.
In addition to various treatments and solutions to stimulate the production of collagen, from massaging of skin to acupuncture, it is very important to topically nourish the skin. This method of alleviating signs of aging is excellent in combination with the use of vitamin C, retinoid, hyaluronic acid, AHA acid, hydrating creams and unavoidable SPF factors.
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