See our licensed acupuncturists for this centuries-old healing modality using tiny needles, electrical current and/or moxibustion (heat and herbs) to stimulate and realign the body’s electrical fields. Deeply relaxing and invigorating, too!
30 minutes: $50
60 minutes: $85
75 minutes: $100
90 minutes: $125
120 minutes: $155
What is Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture?
Also known as Facelift Acupuncture, these treatments help recapture youthful skin and overall great health! By treating underlying imbalances–as well as the actual signs of aging–acupuncture heals inside & out.
Treatments increase the flow of energy to the face so that collagen production, blood and lymph circulation are also enhanced.
Changes to severe sagging or loose jowls and neck will be less dramatic than surgery, but consider the benefits:
- Far less costly
- Safe and virtually painless
- No risks of disfigurement
- No trauma, swelling, discoloration
- Addresses general health in addition to cosmetic goals for overall relaxtion and well-being
- Maintains effects of prior surgeries
A 1996 report in the International Journal of Clinical Acupuncture reported that among 300 cases treated with facial acupuncture, “90% had marked effects with one course of treatment”.
These effects can include:
- Diminished fine lines and deeper grooves/furrows of the face and throat (laugh lines, Crow’s feet, signs of stress)
- Reduced facial puffiness, swelling
- Firmer jowls and double chins
- Brighter eyes, reduced dark circles
- Minimized under-eye bags
- Tightened pores
- Smoother skin tone
- Cleared acne
- Increased moisture to skin
What are treatments like?
Depending on several factors, there are 8 to 12 sessions per series, given at least once per week. Monthly follow-ups are usually prescribed.
90 minute treatments are $125 each; prepaid series of 8 discounted to $900 (a savings of $100)! These sessions include customized aromatherapy and relaxing, rejuvenating facial massage.
60 minute treatments are $105 each; prepay for a series of 8 sessions at $800 ( $40 discount).
A typical treatment uses over 40 very fine needles. (see below)
Here Jill VanMeter LAc, checks on her patient. (see below)
Jill Van Meter graduated Magna cum Laude from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, and has been practicing for nearly a decade. She is a Licensed Acupuncturist and Massage Therapist, Certified Yoga Teacher, and a skillful, empathic facilitator who will bring light into your life! Look for her in many local magazines, as well as the new book: “Just Fine, Unmasking Concealed Chronic Illness and Pain”.