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Notox Botox: Cosmetic Rejuvenation with Acupuncture, No Chemicals Needed

An inevitable truth is that we will all age. Our bodies will change. We may develop aches and pains, changes in eyesight, and yes - grey hair. And our skin - our biggest organ - will also evolve.

What can be done to protect our physical self? Simple measures include avoiding sun damage and nicotine, wearing sunscreen, drinking plenty of water, and limiting sugar intake. Many cosmetic procedures also exist, including botox injections, chemical peels, and surgical facelifts. But did you know that acupuncture can also be helpful?

With cosmetic rejuvenation, insertion of acupuncture needles into the face, neck and body helps reduce the visible signs of aging. Using Eastern Medicine and the Mei Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture System (TM), I have seen some dramatic changes. There are minimal side effects, especially compared to chemical injections or surgical procedures. Your body is not exposed to any unnatural or possibly toxic chemicals, and the tiny filament needles are barely felt. Potential benefits from a series of treatments include:

  • Improved muscle tone

  • Decreased puffiness around the eyes

  • Firming of sagging skin

  • Reduction or elimination of fine wrinkles

  • Even skin tone and improved sheen of complexion

Following are a few sample photos, with no filters or editing:

Decreased Forehead Wrinkles

Decreased Forehead Wrinkles

Decreased Eye Puffiness

Diminished Fine Lines around Lip


What is a Full Treatment of Cosmetic Rejuvenation with Medical Acupuncture?

A full course of treatment includes 2 treatments per week, for 5 weeks total.

The results may last for 1 year. Many patients will come back once a month for a touch-up, or after return after a year for a full complete treatment. The overall cost is lower than what many pay for other interventional cosmetic procedures.

How to make an appointment for your treatment?

Contact us or call 855-713-0334.

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