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Cosmetic Acupuncture



          Cosmetic Acupuncture offers an increasingly popular alternative to more invasive cosmetic procedures. This safe treatment is now being used extensively by those keen to avoid surgical procedures, and has been endorsed by a number of celebrities including Gwyneth Paltrow and Madonna.


          Cosmetic Acupuncture is a three phase treatment which involves treating the body to eliminate any imbalances, treating the face and neck areas directly, and also an examination of the patients lifestyle and advice about factors which may be contributing to skin problems. By treating the person as a whole, acupuncture promotes the good health which makes our eyes shine and our skin glow. This in combination with direct local treatment on the face and neck produces dramatic and long lasting results.



Cosmetic Acupuncture recently featured in Channel 4's 'How Not To Get Old'. Louise Redknapp gave her treatment a glowing review, saying "Facial acupuncture ... I never knew it existed, but I swear by it now ... it's given my skin a really healthy glow. It's inexpensive and you could have it done in your lunch break." You can see Louise Redknapp receiving treatment here : How Not To Get Old episode 5
 louise redknapp
Cosmetic Acupuncture should only be carried out by a qualified practitioner. As well as having a degree in Acupuncture from the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine, Jo has also undergone further Cosmetic Acupuncture training with the renowned experts Rhada Thambirajah and Jong Baik.
For further details about cosmetic acupuncture and how it can help you please telephone Jo to talk about your circumstances



Cost of treatment:


Cosmetic Acupuncture                 £80 per session (1 ½ hours)



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