True Cosmetic Acupuncture Still Has Its Roots In Traditional Chinese Medicine

Anthony Kingston

This article explores the rise of cosmetic acupuncture or facial rejuvenation acupuncture as a popular practice and the subsequent disillusionment of many practitioners and clients. It then discusses how to solve this problem by re‑establishing realistic expectations and restoring cosmetic acupuncture’s basis in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), without which it is often ineffective. The article provides clear examples of specific practices that can be applied immediately in the clinic.

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