04/21/2019 03:34:05 pm
We Search for Gentle Renewal; We Find Beauty & Optimal Health
By: Lin Zhou, L.Ac., MD (China)
Beauty cannot be obtained simply by slapping on colors and textures to the skin, because the skin reflects and reacts to your entire being –physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual. To keep you skin looking beautiful, wrinkle free, youthful and smooth on the outside, you must work on the inside of your body as well. Specific areas of the face indicate internal health, because the face is connected to your internal organs, and as Chi (vital energy) moves and circulates, it strengthens the functioning of organs connected to that area. Beautiful skin begins with good Chi, and blood circulation. Chi is the invisible envelope that revitalizes/lifts your energy. You can lift your face by lifting Chi. This can been done with acupuncture, as well as good herbal medicine.
Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture
Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture / Acupuncture facelift is becoming a more popular, non-surgical method for those who want not only to maintain beauty, radiance and vitality in the face, but also improve their overall health and well being. Acupuncture facelifts have even been featured in the mainstream media, such as on ABC Television's "Good Morning America" and Public Broadcasting System's "Healthweek." Studies show that among 300 cases treated with facial acupuncture, 90% had marked beneficial results with only one course of treatment (International Journal of Clinical Acupuncture, 1996).
Acupuncture for facial beauty is a wonderful, holistic, alternative approach to fighting the aging process:
For the best results, Dr. Zhou recommends 6-8 initial treatments taken twice a week. Subsequent visits will be once a week for 6 weeks. Each treatment takes an hour. Further treatment for maintenance care may be advised once a month to enhance the results for many years. Positive changes are usually noticeable during the first 6-8 treatments. Treatment plans may be personalized for each patient and/or combined with Chinese herbs depending on environmental and health factors that impact the skin.
Amazing Herbal Medicine Is the Fountain of Youth!
Herbal medicines, proven safe and effective through thousands of years of use, target different areas of disharmony and renew original beauty by enhancing adequate blood flow, moisture, energy and circulation.
Ren Shen Yang Rong Pian is an excellent beauty tonic herbal formula, which works internally to create Chi and restore blood, stimulate circulation, moisturize your skin, tone your muscles, and lift your face.
If you feel emotional stress, anxiety, anger, nervousness, and experience PMS, you may disrupt or block the flow of Chi, and/or blood circulation. We suggest Jia Wei Xiao Yao Pian to cultivate an inner calm that leads to inner and outer beauty.
Smokers, and women experiencing menopause often have dry, dull, thick skin. In Chinese Medicine, anything which irritates the lungs also dries the skin; and women in menopause also have Yin (body fluid) deficiency. Da Bu Yin Pian works wonderfully to provide moisture to body tissue, clean toxins, and improve skin quality.
Sleep is vital for the body to regenerate and rejuvenate. Without proper sleep, your body will deteriorate and age much faster and no miracle food or cosmetic solution can bring the beauty back. Gan Mai Da Zao Pian is an excellent remedy for those who experience not only restless sleep and/or insomnia but also depression, crying spells, night sweats, and mood swings.
If you have hair loss due to stress, hormone irregularities, or chemotherapy, Shou Wu Pian is a famous Chinese herbal formula for hair growth and prevention of premature graying. It nourishes the source of the hair, blood, bone marrow, liver and kidney. In time, your hair and skin can gain new luster.
Start today – move towards a healthier, more beautiful, energized, and younger - looking you!
About the Author
Dr. Lin Zhou, doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM); acupuncturist and women's health specialist, has been in practice and research in the TCM field for the past 20 years. She is a state licensed Acupuncturist in both Texas and California. She has also received certification as a Diplomate in Acupuncture from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). In 1984, Dr. Zhou was awarded a Doctor of Medicine degree from the prestigious Shanghai University of TCM in China, and was the Physician in Charge in its affiliated hospital. Her experience included working extensively in the area of women's health and infertility.
Author Contact Info: http://www.acupuncture-dfw.com
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