Next week we’ll all “spring forward” as we move our clocks ahead, but what if we could push back the hands of time or even stop time when it comes to aging and wrinkles.
Surgery and Botox are viable options but downtime and the risk for frightening side effects are high, not to mention its painful! What if there was a natural and affordable solution with very little discomfort?
Cosmetic Acupuncture, also referred to as Facial Rejuvenation, can not only increase your energy and improve your sleep and over all health but reduce fine lines and wrinkles, lift saggy jowls and droopy eyelids, increase collagen production, increase muscle tone and elasticity, help control acne, increase blood circulation, oxygenate the skin, and rejuvenate the body.
Think you have to be “old” to worry about the aging process? Dr. Bobik recommends using cosmetic acupuncture to prevent developing fine lines and wrinkles as early as thirty-five.
A study published in the International Journal of Clinical Acupuncture found that 270 out of 300 people treated with cosmetic acupuncture saw marked effects — such as fairer and more delicate skin, improved muscle elasticity, smoother complexion and overall rejuvenation – with just one course of cosmetic acupuncture.
How does Acupuncture work to make us feel and look younger? Energy circulates within a series of pathways called meridians, which travel throughout the body providing nourishment, support and energy to every cell, tissue, muscle and organ. As we get older, it becomes more difficult for energy to flow upwards toward the face. Tiny needles are inserted in specific acupoints to bring your energy into its most beneficial balance. This treatment softens lines, improves muscle tone and much more. Your face keeps its unique character while avoiding the swelling, discoloration, recovery time and expense that can result from plastic surgery.
Before going under the knife, consider cosmetic acupuncture for facial rejuvenation as an effective, natural, safe, drug-free and painless alternative. We want to hear from you! What is your biggest concern when it comes to looking and feeling older?