4th September 2020

Cosmetic treatments

Facial cosmetic acupuncture is the latest in skin rejuvenation treatments. It is a safe and natural anti-aging treatment that concentrates on specific acupuncture points on the face. 

It targets sagging and loss of muscle tone, dark circles and puffy eyes.  It also targets a dull complexion, lines and wrinkles. 

Specific points stimulate the whole body to increases blood flow, expels toxins, removes fluid and stimulates new cell growth.

Celebrities are jumping on the benefits of cosmetic acupuncture as it is completely natural with no use of chemicals.   

Innovative Treatments are facial cosmetic acupuncture specialists

Areas the treatments works well on are:-

Skin Conditions including psoriasis, eczema and acne.

Reducing fine lines and wrinkles.

Reducing dark circles around the eyes.

Brightening the eyes.

Improving muscle tone .

Helping to look and feel younger.

Facial Gua Sha

Facial Gua Sha nickname is The Eastern Botox and it is becoming popular thanks to the celebratory statues it is receiving.    However, in China it has been used for many years.  It is a Traditional Chinese Medicine massage therapy that uses small hand held tools on the face and neck to promote blood circulation, move and remove toxins, heat, blood and lymph. 

The word ‘Gua’ means scrape and ‘Sha’ is the redness that is caused by the scraping.

However, on the face, the massage is a gentle scrapping of the skin along the contours of the neck and face. 

The massage releases tension in the muscles of the face and boosts circulation bringing fresh oxygen rich blood into the area whilst removing old stagnated blood and fluids out of the area. 

The muscles are then hydrated internally and toned with nutrient rich blood and gives overall a more youthful appearance.

Stagnant fluids that is said to cause puffiness is swept away and toxins are released resulting in a brighter clearer complexion.

Facial Gua Sha from Innovative Treatments

The effects can be seen after 3 or 4 treatments.   There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to how many treatments are needed, however a course of 6 is recommended weekly for maximum effectiveness with top ups of just once a month for maintenance.