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Cosmetic Acupuncture


Cosmetic acupuncture is a non-invasive treatment that involves using acupuncture to improve skin and fight the aging process. It often is used as an alternative to surgical facelifts and other conventional procedures said to reverse signs of aging in the skin.


Cosmetic acupuncture can help reduce wrinkles, diminish fine lines, remove age spots, and lift droopy eyelids. Most courses of cosmetic acupuncture treatment involve 10 or more sessions, as well as additional sessions for maintenance of results.

Dr Liqun Tong is a highly trained and qualified Chinese medicine practitioner. She gained rich and wide-ranging experience in acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. She was deve
loping valuable and very extensive combination therapies and special acupuncture skills.


Daily Mail:
'Cosmetic' acupuncture is the newest weapon in the anti-ageing war, but can it really give you a facelift? Or does it just leave you with pins and needles?

              

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