What is Facial Acupuncture?
Aging is an irreversible dynamic process that affects all humans. From ancient times, humankind has been interested in keeping young. Nowadays, the significance of anti-aging has changed from merely prolonging lifespan to improving healthspan.
Traditional Chinese herbal medicine has a long history in Asian countries, which have antiaging properties and could intervene aging-associated disorders. The effectiveness of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) relies on its large variety of naturally active chemicals, multiple targets for therapy, and diversity of treatment approaches.
Acupuncture originated in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and has been practiced for thousands of years. During acupuncture treatments, tiny needles are gently placed along specific “acupressure points” where they interact with underlying tissues including ligaments, muscles, and nerves. This process stimulates the body’s own healing response, thus relieving pain, releasing tension, and helping to neutralize emotional imbalances.