Facial Rejuvenation

Facial rejuvenation is an integral part of Chinese medicine, it dates back from the early Western Zhou period (1121-770 B.C), and was used to treat a variety of skin conditions, as well as to reduce the signs of aging.

Techniques and protocols have changed over the years, but in essence, the goal is still the same: to treat the body to allow it to find its own way to health.  A healthy skin is a beautiful skin, a body which is able to produce more collagen will improve the look and feel of the skin.


It reduces or eliminates fine lines, dark circles, puffy eyes, and has a lifting effect on drooping eyelids or general sagging of the face. 

It also reduces the tension of muscles, activates blood circulation thus increasing oxygenation of the skin, increases collagen production, makes pores less visible and helps in controlling acne.

Lastly, it moisturizes the skin, making dull and tired looking skin look healthy and luminous.

Local treatment

facial rejuvenation womanAcupuncture: thin pin-like needles are inserted into various acupuncture points on the face (such as wrinkles or frown lines). Electro-stimulation can be used on these needles.

Gua-sha: massage of the face is made with a jade tool called gua-sha. Hands can also be used for massaging areas of the face.

Internal treatment

Herbal treatments, acupuncture on other parts of the body, dietary or/and life habits advices are given to treat the underlying condition of the body.


As for a standard TCM treatment, the choice of treatment will depend on the condition of the person.

To sum it up, facial rejuvenation acupuncture is a holistic cosmetic treatment, leaving no after effects (as opposed to more invasive treatments), which boosts your body’s natural resources and natural beauty.