What is Acu-Lift?
Cosmetic acupuncture just got a facelift of its own with a new acupuncture procedure, Acu-Lift or AcuLift. Acu-Lift is a revitalization process designed to help the whole body look and feel younger. Acu-Lift is facial rejuvenation acupuncture that is painless and non-surgical. It is often referred to as an “Acupuncture Facelift”, yet it is more than a cosmetic procedure. Acu-Lift works to diminish the signs of aging such as fine lines and wrinkles, acne scar treatment, stretch mark removal, hair loss, tightening loose skin, and cellulite treatment.
Unlike Botox and chemical peels, which sometimes result in harsh skin peeling and redness, Acu-Lift users report no pain or downtime. AcuLift, uses extremely fine micro needles that penetrate the skin and stimulate collagen and elastin production. Clinical studies have shown that Acu-Lift is just as effective as laser resurfacing, dermabrasion, and chemical peel treatments. Studies also show that using the Acu-Lift may increase effectiveness of the your everyday facial lotion up to 200 times, increase absorption of skin care products up to 200%, and increase collagen production up to 1,000%.
After just a few treatments, facial rejuvenation acupuncture may erase as many as five to fifteen years from the face. Fine lines may be entirely eliminated, deeper wrinkles faded, bags under the eyes reduced, droopy eyelids lifted, and double chins minimized. For the longest lasting and most dramatic anti-aging effect, the recommended course of treatment is 10 to 12 bi-weekly or tri-weekly appointments. Each person responds differently, depending on condition and lifestyle prior to treatment. Results become most noticeable on or by the seventh session. Maintenance sessions can prolong the results for five to ten years, and a healthy diet is encouraged.
One course of treatment is ten to twelve sessions administered twice a week for five to six weeks. Each session takes about one hour to complete. Call us at Whole Body Health to setup your appointment to look younger today.
Our Aculift was featured on the morning news on YNN back in March.