With the recent hype of facial acupuncture in social media, many often wonders what facial acupuncture can do for you. There are numerous of condition often treated with the support of Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture which include loose skin, wrinkles and age spots, as well as specific treatments to facilitate recovery of the effects of Bell’s palsy, stroke or conditions such as ptosis. See below a list of research study on facial acupuncture.
- An Introduction to Facial Revitalisation Acupuncture
- A clinical trial study of evaluating the gold facial cosmetic acupuncture techniques for facial skin rejuvenation.
- The Importance of Clearing Blocks Prior to Facial Acupuncture Treatment.
- Microneedling and acupuncture facial rejuvenation compared.
- Facial Cosmetic Acupuncture-An Alternative Theory for the Mechanisms behind its Effectiveness.
- Case Study of Miso Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture on Intractable Facial Palsy
- A clinical study on facial wrinkles treated with miso facial acupuncture-measured by the facial skin photographing system
- Subcutaneous incisionless (subcision) surgery for the correction of depressed scars and wrinkles.
- Therapeutic effects of acupuncture through enhancement of functional angiogenesis and granulogenesis in rat wound healing
- Randomized clinical trial of facial acupuncture with or without body acupuncture for treatment of melasma
- Effect of facial cosmetic acupuncture on facial elasticity: an open-label, single-arm pilot study
- Effect of thread embedding acupuncture for facial wrinkles and laxity: a single-arm, prospective, open-label study
- Acupuncture in treatment of facial muscular pain
- Acupuncture Treatment of Chronic Facial Pain‐‐a Controlled Cross‐over Trial
- Efficacy of acupuncture and moxibustion in treating Bell's palsy: a multicenter randomized controlled trial in China
- Acupuncture in the treatment of patients with chronic facial pain and mandibular dysfunction.
- Acupuncture and facial rejuvenation
- Acupuncture for Bell's palsy
- Electromyographic responses from the stimulation of the temporalis muscle through facial acupuncture points
Lihyan (Chloe) Teh has been working in multiple professions across the health and beauty industry as pharmacist, Chinese medicine herbalist, acupuncturist, hairdresser, makeup artist and beauty adviser. Lihyan is passionate in helping men and women to regain their vitality in heath and allow the beauty shine from inside out. She often works with patient with skin disorder, gynecological disorder, digestion and emotional health.Website: https://www.ziranco.com