Vail Valley Wellness offers a comprehensive treatment approach to facial rejuvenation, which includes treating both the internal and external factors causing concern. It is important to begin the process from the inside out; therefore, we begin with a full body constitutional acupuncture treatment.
From there, you may experience a collection of some of the following modalities. A micro-needling session activates collagen production in the skin and the placement of thin needles along the jawline and around the eyes helps reduce signs of wrinkles and firms your skin. An herbal facial salve is applied to first clear heat and toxins and then to moisten the skin. Facial cupping increasing circulation, calling the platelets to replenish any stagnation just under your skin, and plump up elasticity. A jade stone facial allows the practitioner to raise the tissues up, drain lymph, and encourage collagen production. Targeted LED Light Therapy, using near-infrared capabilities, help shrink pores, reduces the appearance of small lines and wrinkles, increases collagen, restores skin elasticity, tightens skin, improves dark circles, promotes wound healing, improves acne and oily skin, and accelerates the absorption of skin care products.
An option to add a customized herbal formula allows you to work on your the underlying constitution as well as any specific health concerns.
Each patient will receive a slightly modified treatment, but we recommend a course of treatment of 15 visits. We suggest twice weekly treatments for the first five weeks and then once a week for the following five. After those 10 weeks, monthly maintenance is recommended. Noticeable results can occur by the sixth treatment, although you may see results as soon as after your initial session.
Improvements to the following aspects of the skin may be addressed with Facial Rejuvenation acupuncture:
- Lines and wrinkles
- Facial symmetry
- Under-eye circles
We do not suggest facial rejuvenation treatments for patients with high blood pressure, bleeding disorders. those who are pregnant, or during an acute outbreak of skin condition. Although this treatment modality is minimally invasive, some bruising and bleeding may occur.