Treating Rosacea with Acupuncture

treating rosacea with acupuncture

W. C. Fields, the famous comedian in the early part of the 1900’s, was known for his humorous dislike of women, children, and dogs.  Part of his act was his hard-drinking persona, with his enlarged, red nose from too much drink.  While W. C. Fields may have been a power drinker, his big nose was from . . . → Read More: Treating Rosacea with Acupuncture

Ten Reasons to Try Cosmetic Acupuncture

It’s a fact of life that we all want to look our best. However, what we are willing to do to look good varies from person to person. While many people are willing to go the Botox route or undergo surgical procedures to improve their looks, there are more people who are not. Cosmetic . . . → Read More: Ten Reasons to Try Cosmetic Acupuncture

Beauty from the Inside Out

Adele* first came to our clinic several years ago to be treated for facial pain. Her pain was chronic, and after acupuncture treatments which involved placing small needles in her face, Adele was able to find relief from her pain. Adele continued coming to our clinic almost weekly for months, and even years, as . . . → Read More: Beauty from the Inside Out

Nourish Your Skin with Chinese Dietary Therapy

Diet and digestion are one of the most important, and most frequently overlooked components of skin care. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, what you eat nourishes the face, and without adequate nutrients and good digestion, your skin can’t look its best.

The Chinese consider food as medicine that you eat three times a day.  . . . → Read More: Nourish Your Skin with Chinese Dietary Therapy

Skin Care Recommendations

By: Lynn Jaffe and Shelley Conn

Facial Rejuvination Acupuncture works best when combined with a skin care program that nourishes and protects the skin from the sun, irritants, and harsh treatment. Therefore, we recommend the following:

-Wear a sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15 and protects against both UVA and UVB . . . → Read More: Skin Care Recommendations

Dietary Guidelines for Beautiful Skin

By: Lynn Jaffe and Shelley Conn

Diet and digestion are one of the most important, and most frequently overlooked components of skin care. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, what you eat nourishes the face, and without adequate nutrients and good digestion, your skin can’t look its best.

The Chinese view digestion like a . . . → Read More: Dietary Guidelines for Beautiful Skin

Cosmetic Acupuncture: A Beautiful Thing

By: Lynn Jaffee

More and more Americans are expected to live into their 70’s and beyond. With an increased life expectancy and great improvements in health, many women and some men have turned their attention to looking as young as they feel. Billions of dollars are spent annually in the United States on anti-aging . . . → Read More: Cosmetic Acupuncture: A Beautiful Thing