In the Press

Read more about cosmetic acupuncture in newspapers and in TV news reports…

Newspaper articles

“It works. It makes you look young and bursting with health.”

“Whether it is called facial rejuvenation, acupuncture face-lift or cosmetic acupuncture, the aim is to tackle wrinkles, muscle tension that may be causing unsightly lines, as well as systematic issues standing between you and glowing skin.”

“If this sounds too good to be true, then consider a research study in the International Journal of Clinical Acupuncture, which reported that of 300 people treated, 90% made marked progress. Perhaps the Sung Dynasty got it right, and it’s only taken us a thousand years to realise it.”

“Patients find it a great alternative to Botox because it works to improve the look of the entire face and not just certain spots. It appeals to many who balk at having foreign substances injected into their faces.”

“Many people (including celebrities such as Cher) are turning to traditional Chinese medicine for cosmetic acupuncture. An ‘acupuncture facelift’ is a noninvasive process that can even improve overall health.”