Cosmetic Acupuncture for Women & Men - The Natural Botox
It’s time we start paying attention to the natural alternatives to Botox so luckily Dr Li’s TCM Clinic is now offering cosmetic acupuncture!
This Traditional Chinese Medicine technique is a classic skincare method that can address all your complexion issues, from ageing to acne. Whilst activating your skin’s natural collagen, cosmetic acupuncture works by gently stimulating blood flow at the target site to achieve the desired result, such as reducing the signs of ageing. Facial rejuvenation acupuncture is known as a more natural alternative to botox as no synthetic chemicals are used in the process.
Acupuncture is known for its holistic approach to the body, unlike other mainstream beauty treatments. As all individuals face different internal and external environments, it wouldn’t make sense if everyone received the same treatment. TCM facial rejuvenation techniques account for this, taking into consideration important factors such as stress, the menstrual cycle, hormone imbalances, fatigue and diet.
So, what can Cosmetic Acupuncture help with?
- Wrinkles and frown lines
- Discolouration of the skin
- Wrinkles and fine lines
- Wilting and drooping skin
- Dull, dry or lifeless skin
- Dark, puffy eyes
- Pigmentation and dark spots
- Facial tension
- Scarring (including acne and body scarring)
- Bags under the eyes
- Sagging skin
- Acne scarring
- Redness and blotching
- Deep laughter lines
- Forehead furrows
- And many more!
Not to mention, Dr Li has over 40 years of experience in cosmetic acupuncture. Take a look at the before and after pictures below to see what a huge difference the secrets of TCM facial rejuvenation can make. We are offering you the chance to shred potentially years of wrinkles from your skin naturally! If you choose to take part in regular cosmetic acupuncture treatments you can maintain a youthful look for years to come.
Don’t waste another minute, head down to Dr Li’s TCM Clinic to give the all-natural cosmetic acupuncture a go!
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