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Try Facial Acupressure For A 30 Day Facelift

Updated on September 28, 2013

Refresh Your Face With Acupressure

Acupressure 30 Day Facelift

Acupressure, based on ancient Chinese acupuncture theory and practice, can be a potent ally in the fight against aging facial appearance. Dating back over 5,000 years, acupuncture and acupressure theory and practice has refined over time. A rather simple explanation of how acupuncture works is that it’s primary function is to regulate the flow and circulation of qi (vital energy) and blood throughout the body. Charting many points or pathways along the body, known as meridians, early practitioners of acupuncture believed they could affect illness by stimulating pressure points along these meridians. But did you also know that doing facial acupressure can give you a natural facelift in only 30 days?

There are a total of 14 meridians or pathways in the body each corresponding to an individual body organ. When the vital energy or qi in the body flows freely through these meridians, the body is believed to be in good health. On the other hand, when there is pain or illness, it is thought that there is a blockage of the vital energy flow.

As is commonly well known, acupuncture treatment is based on the use of micro needles placed in the pores of the skin to stimulate specific acupressure points along the meridians in the body. In acupressure, pressure from the fingers or hands is used in place of the micro needles that are used in acupuncture.

The skin on our faces is attached to the underlying facial muscles and as a result, as we age, those facial muscles begin to lose tone and start sagging. Being attached to those muscles, our skin follows suit and likewise, begins to sag. As you stimulate the acupressure points in your face with facial acupressure, you’re essentially strengthening the link between the skin and muscles simultaneously. That then improves overall facial tone, increases circulation and tightens the skin.

Doing facial acupressure regularly can not only transform facial contours, but it can greatly improve skin texture. What you’re left with is a glowing and healthier looking complexion. Facial skin becomes noticeably tighter, more firm and toned. As if getting a natural facelift with no side effects weren’t enough, you also get to use your own hands, anytime, anyplace at your convenience.

Not only does facial acupressure relax you, but doing facial acupressure comes with some rather surprising additional health benefits as well. The face is full of several acupressure points that are connected to all other parts of the body. While the face is being treated with acupressure for cosmetic purposes, you can also target the points that will be particularly beneficial to the rest of the body as well.


While I personally have been doing facial acupuncture for many years, it wasn’t until recently that I became aware of the many additional health benefits that it has. Here’s a partial list of just some of those health benefits:

There are numerous acupressure points at your temples. Correctly massaging these points can aid in regulating your sleep as well as helping you to completely relax.

The forehead also has multiple pressure points to pay attention to. There are a number of points here that help to reduce sinus buildup in the sinus passages.

All around the nostrils, there are points that ease congestion and help treat the common cold. Most of us are already familiar with massaging the bridge of the nose which can help alleviate the most stubborn headaches.

On the curve of the bone right below the eyes, there are pressure points that can actually help normalize blood pressure as well as regulating it with regular acupressure treatment.

Did you know that facial acupressure can even help digestion? If you have upset stomachs, applying pressure to the top part of the cheekbones can actually assist your digestion. Amazing.

There are also facial pressure points that correspond to the kidneys. If you find yourself dealing with recurring urinary tract infections, applying regular pressure to these points can help alleviate the problem.

Finally, massaging the appropriate acupressure points on your chin can help relieve eye fatigue. Who knew?


Not only can you use facial acupressure for both cosmetic enhancement and relief of numerous ills, it’s time effective and involves very little cost. Simple finger pressure not only relieves the congested areas mentioned above, it also relaxes the muscles. Toxins are then released and eliminated and local blood flow is increased.

The only downside I see to doing this kind of treatment is that to start, you’ll need to do you facial acupressure everyday for 30 days. That does get a bit tedious although the results can be worth it. One you complete that initial 30 day phase though, you only need to do your treatment sessions a few times a week which is a blessing

Finally, facial acupressure is also one of the fastest ways of improving your appearance as you age. Sit in front of the TV and within 10-15 minutes you’ve given yourself a facial and provided stimulation to some of your vital organs to boot. Where else can you get this kind of massive potential health and beauty benefit? As a do-it-yourself technique, facial acupressure, with all of its many advantages, does indeed seem well worth consideration for those not only looking to maintain their looks but improve their overall health as well.

30 Day Facelift Using Facial Acupressure

Acupressure, based on ancient acupuncture techniques, has proven itself time and time again to be highly successful in turning back the hands of time and maintaining your facial appearance. By applying simple pressure from your own fingers to pressure points on your face, you can dramatically improve your appearance in just ten minutes a day! All you need to motivate yourself is to see some of the photos of woman who have followed these techniques. Wrinkles get removed and sagging skin becomes yesterday's issue.

I can also attest to the power of facial acupressure..............I've been doing it for years now and always enjoy having folks tell me I look 10-15 younger than my real age. For more information on devices, tips and information about non surgical facelifts go to: All About The Dermawand

Acupuncture To Remove Wrinkles

Acupuncture and acupressure are based on the same theory that we all have various significant pressure points running throughout our bodies via pathways known as meridians. Stimulating these points has a variety of both excellent health and beauty benefits.

Did you know, for example, that you can now remove wrinkles, scars, sagging skin and even cellulite by using something known as a dermaroller? Dermarollers are essentially do-it-yourself acupuncture devices, hand held with a little roller on the end. By simply rolling this small device over your skin defects, your skin is microscopically punctured to bring about new skin! It's really true that dermarollers have the ability to restore collagen and elastin production bringing your skin to newness again. For more information about dermarollers and how they might work for you, simply CLICK HERE.

Acupunture And Hair Loss

Acupuncture and Acupressure hail from the same ancient Chinese theory and practice and if you're suffering from any kind of hair loss or thinning, you'll find some great information at this hub:


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      4 years ago

      Very nice

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      Anita Saran 

      4 years ago from Bangalore, India

      Very informative but where are these facelift techniques? I expected these from your article, not a link to dermawand.

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      Thelma Alberts 

      7 years ago from Germany

      Very informative hub. I love doing acupressure on my face once in a while when I am not so tired. It really does help. Thanks for sharing.


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