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 Acupuncture lifting for facial rejuvenation with oriental techniques, as well as the pros and cons of the procedure.

It is impossible to completely stop age-related changes, but you can slow down their manifestation.

Facial acupuncture for rejuvenation is considered one of the most effective ways to prolong skin youthfulness.

This is an oriental technique that has been tested by thousands of years of practice and is now widely used in cosmetology.

It is aimed at maintaining the energy potential of the epidermis at the cellular level, acting on certain biologically active points.

What is this technique?

Acupuncture or acupuncture is a unique way to rejuvenate your face through acupuncture. Instruments are special needles that are inserted into specific active areas.

There are about 700 of them on the body, and each is responsible for a specific organ or system. But in this case, only the endings of the facial nerve are affected.

Thanks to this, nerve impulses transmit stimulating signals to the brain for collagen production.

The body gives a reaction, and from the inside eradicates external defects - wrinkles are smoothed out.

The procedure has a number of indications and contraindications for carrying out. Acupuncture is recommended for the following categories of people:

  • those who want to look younger than their biological age;
  • allergy to cosmetics;
  • those for whom Botox injections are contraindicated for medical reasons.

Acupuncture is not prescribed for patients with the following diseases:

  • epilepsy;
  • acne;
  • internal inflammatory processes;
  • dermatitis;
  • vitiligo;
  • infections of various origins;
  • skin cancer;
  • serious heart and vascular pathologies;
  • hemophilia.

The patient undergoes a preliminary medical examination, as a result of which the degree of possible risk of scarring and bruising on the skin is determined.

A clear contraindication to the acupuncture procedure is old age with concomitant hypertension.

Relative restrictions:

  • diabetes mellitus of any type;
  • atrial fibrillation;
  • period of bearing the child.
  • Children under 7 years of age are not recommended to use this technique. In each case, the decision is made by the doctor individually.