Cosmetic Acupuncture - natural anti-aeging

  • Acupuncture Barcelona offers Cosmetic Acupuncture in the city...

    Properly performed, Cosmetic Acupuncture is a way to look and feel good - without any 'magic promises'!

    • Help to minimize wrinkles & fine lines
    • Help to lift sagging muscles that have lost their 'Qi' (energy) tone
    • Help for 'puffyness' and problem eye areas
    • Help to even out the complexion
    • A more relaxed, fresh and radiant look

    How does it work?

    Some acupuncturists believe that Qi ('vital energy') corresponds to muscle tone. Some believe that acupuncture helps promote collagen. Science is still debating exactly what acupuncture does in many cases - but it is now recognized to bring about results in many conditions*. With a skilled practitioner, Cosmetic Acupuncture can produce noticeable changes. At the same time it can enhance wellbeing, for example, by helping to soothe stress and tension accumulated as the years have rolled by. 

    It uses no drugs or injections and produces natural looking results. You can talk to me about what we can realistically look to achieve and there's no creams or products to buy. (We do talk about suitable skincare products and cosmetics but please note I do not endorse or sell any of these). 

    My training includes five and a half years Traditional Chinese medicine acupuncture, herbs, cupping, moxibustion and dietary principles; microsystems ear acupuncture; and dedicated Cosmetic Acupuncture certification and CPD.

    To find out more, please call me on 00 34 662 260 128 or send an email to info@tcm-acu-herbs.com 

    All the very best for now!

    Ruth Westnidge

    Bsc Hons Traditional Medicine, OM BAcC, OMRCHM, OMEAR (UK); M'SAC, M'PR (Spain)

    Tel: 0034 662 260 128

    Acupuncture Barcelona

    info@tcm-acu-herbs.com

    * just a few examples: this World Health Organisation 2003 report lists many conditions for which acupuncture was studied and found to be of benefit; or this advice on acupuncture for back pain from the UK's National Institute for Clinical Excellence ('NICE' is the advisory body to the NHS on clinical efficacy & suitability)