Fight Aging with Acupuncture

Fight Aging with Acupuncture

Cosmetic acupuncture is an extension of the traditional acupuncture that everyone is familiar with. Certain acupuncture treatments can help make your skin look naturally younger, smoother and brighter. Such cosmetic acupuncture procedures can remove the signs of aging and can overall provide healthier skin. Unlike Botox injections and other un-natural cosmetic procedures, acupuncture can provide you with better looking and healthier skin. Cosmetic acupuncture works internally to optimize the skin cells to keep it healthy while simultaneously enhancing its appearance.

Acupuncture has been in existence for several centuries. You probably would have heard about acupuncture treatments for pain, sleep difficulty (insomnia), digestive issues and even for weight loss. But did you know that acupuncture also has immense cosmetic benefits? With more and more celebrities diving into cosmetic acupuncture, this treatment has gained more popularity over the years.

How does acupuncture provide an Anti-aging effect?

The glow of the face is nothing but the ample flow of Qi, this is at its peak during the 20 years of age. When aging takes place, due to the block in the flow of Qi the skin cells are devoid of nutrition resulting in sagging. This is precisely why wrinkles form in old age. By Acupuncture needling, we are releasing the block thereby regaining the flow of energy in the skin of the face so that the individual gets back the glowing skin. As for any treatment in Acupuncture, the primary aim is to unblock or remove obstructions in the flow of Qi to restore the balance of energy in the body.

Facial acupuncture unlike Botox injections or dermal filters aren’t aimed to provide a temporary quick fix, rather it is aimed to achieve lasting healthy skin. And since facial acupuncture has virtually no side effects, you can safely get it done without any worries. 

Dr. Muthukumar

Dr. Muthukumar is a medical Acupuncturist practicing exclusive acupuncture therapy for 33 years is basically a medical graduate from Madurai Medical College, Madurai. His keen interest and passion towards acupuncture made him pursue this valuable art and obtain a Ph.D. degree from Singapore in 1997 and served as an acupuncturist in China in 1997. Running an exclusive acupuncture unit at Vijaya Health Centre at Vadapalani, one of the forerunners in the field of multi-specialty hospitals. He Was invited by the government of China as a member of Indian Delegation in 2016 August.

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