What is Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture and How Can It Help You?

We live in a world where professional commitments outweigh everything else. And in this everyday hustle-bustle, caring for our skin has taken a backseat. Many people who believe in living in the moment do not consider the repercussions of not showing any love to their skin, and when they become a soft target for skin and other issues, only then they realize how their busy lifestyle has cost them dearly. If you are one of these people, relax! Facial acupuncture has a solution to all your woes. An acupuncture expert inserts needles at specific points in the skin for a specific duration. This ancient Chinese practice is addressed as a panacea for a number of skin, digestive, and fertility issues.
At Anchor Acupuncture & Wellness, we understand the science behind facial acupuncture. As a reputable San Francisco acupuncture center, we hold the responsibility to make our community healthier and happier. Facial acupuncture is nectar for the soul, mind, and body. We witness the wonders of facial acupuncture on a regular basis and have helped 80 percent of our women clients overcome fertility issues, and experience the bliss of motherhood. Facial acupuncture is a science. To maximize its effect, you need to harmonize your body, mind, and soul. We have shared in this post, a few tips to achieve this objective. Let us take a look at each.
1. Drink Lots of Liquids
We all know about the ability of water to flush out toxins from the body. To help your skin breathe properly, drink lots of liquid. Start your morning by drinking at least 12 oz. of water. Avoid going to bed dehydrated. Design your routine in a way that you drink a substantial portion of your daily water intake before 6 pm. For a change of taste, consider adding lemon to water or give yourself a mixture of maple syrup, salt, lemon juice, and warm water.
2. Watch What you Eat
Stay away from processed and sugary foods that contain toxins. Instead, lean towards a healthy diet. Make it a point to include healthy foods in your diet, such as curcumin, known to heal the body naturally. Replace unhealthy snacks with healthy fruits and veggies.
3. Avoid Alcohol and Coffee
After your session, avoid alcohol and coffee for at least a couple of days. Known to rob the body of essential fluids, both alcohol and coffee can release toxins into your system. Further, it is a known fact that alcohol impairs the senses, and caffeine falsely heightens them. Therefore, consuming alcohol or coffee can mask the effects of acupuncture.
4. Avoid Rigorous Physical Activity
After your session, avoid intense physical activities such as weight training or running for 24 hours. After the session, you may feel a surge in your energy levels, so, consider taking adequate rest rather than engaging in demanding sports.
Call Anchor Acupuncture & Wellness for Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture
To maximize the results, follow the above-mentioned tips after your acupuncture session. Stay away from the television for some time. Above all, choose your specialist wisely. At Anchor Acupuncture & Wellness, we touch lives on daily basis. Our primary motivation is to partner with our clients on their journey to bliss. To book an appointment, call us at 415-855-3112 or alternatively, you can drop us a message by filling out our contact form.

Amanda Moler is a licensed acupuncturist and certified fertility acupuncturist (FABORM), serving San Francisco, CA.  Her educational background includes receiving a bachelor’s degree in Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution from Antioch College in 2001 and in 2010, her master’s degree from American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. In 2008, she also attended Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in Chicago, IL for education on acupuncture and oriental medicine. Asa Fellow of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine, she has gained recognition for treating complex women fertility cases, providing guidance on painful side-effects of drugs, hormones, and maintaining the overall well-being of women. Follow Anchor Acupuncture and Amanda Moler on Facebook , Instagram, LinkedIn.