Cosmetic acupuncture is a revolution in the anti-aging field. It is a rejuvenation and revitalization process designed to help the whole person to look and feel younger. The treatment is based on the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine and will be done by your acupuncturist. Cosmetic Acupuncture is a painless and non-invasive method of reducing the signs of the ageing process.

Facial Rejuvenation with acupuncture, involves the insertion of hair-thin needles into particular areas of the face and body along meridians of energy called Qi.

Facial Acupuncture is used to stimulate collagen production, treat muscle tightness or weakness, restore pigmentation and discolorations, treat acne and tighten the skin of the neck and décolleté (lower neck and shoulders). 

Fine lines may be entirely eliminated and deeper wrinkles diminished

Bags under the eyes can be reduced

Jowls firmed

Puffiness eliminated

Droopy eyelids lifted

Double chins minimized

Increased Collagen production

Tightening of the pores

Hormonal Balance to help acne reduction

Reduction of evident facial stress

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"My skin looks amazing! Plump and bright!" L.S.
"My eyebrows are lifted!" M.F.
"OMG! I'm looking radiant!" C.F.

After 1st treatment

Cosmetic Acupuncture in Glasgow

How many sessions do I need?

A full treatment protocol is 10 sessions, preferable once a week. However, many of our patients will just need a half course (5 sessions) or one treatment every couple of weeks. Following the initial protocol, maintenance treatments once every couple of months are ideal. Some people may need even less.


How long will the results last?

Rejuvenating results may last for up to two years. It is very important to follow a healthy life style and have a balanced diet. We do not recommend this treatment if you are a heavy smoker and/or drinker because you may not notice all the benefits of this treatment. 


Cosmetic Surgery in the last 6 months.

Botox or similar in the last 4 months

High blood pressure



Bruising or bleeding disorders



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