Facial Acupuncture: A Revolution For Your Beauty

More and more wrinkles appear everyday at the corner of our eyes. We are constantly looking for the next magic beauty treatment that can take us back to our youthful glow. Botox, fillers and beauty poisonous substances are so passé.

Facial acupuncture is the new weapon in the anti-aging war.

Praised for hundreds of years in Asia for its anti-age benefits, facial acupuncture brings about a revolution in our quest for beauty. Facial acupuncture can reduce wrinkles, lift sagging skin, eliminate fine lines and improve skin colour and texture. Many have found it to be effective even after one treatment.

It is no doubt that more and more celebrities such as Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Aniston are switching from botox to facial acupuncture. It is a safer option: no foreign substances, no risk of disfigurement and no swelling. Acupuncture does not hurt. The needles are as fine as a strand of hair. A sensation of numbness or tingling is usually experienced.

Erica Chan, our new practitioner at Balance Health, explains that needles are inserted at pressure points, energy and endorphins are released. This minor trauma improves blood flow and stimulates cell re-growth. Erica puts needles in at focal points where energy is coming from the organs. When energy flows more efficiently, circulation is improved, helping the body regain the youthful glow.

Do you want to know more?

For more information on Dr. Michelle Zhang, please read more here.
Or see more about Acupuncture here.

Do you want to book a consultation?

Tel: +852 2530 3315
E-mail: appt@balancehealth.com.hk

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