Herbs for Healthier Skin: Chinese Medicine Herbal Cosmetology
Updated: 5 days ago
Today we'll take a look at the use of Chinese Medicine to enhance beauty. Cosmetic Chinese Medicine treatment methods include herbal infusions, external applications, diet, acupuncture, qigong exercise, and massage. In this guest-post article by Dr. Sasa Fukuyanagi, our particular focus will be on the use of herbs for better skin.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the body is considered a hologram: reflecting itself from within itself. In this way, our face, hair, and nails mirror our internal health, and the health of our internal organs is reflected on our body’s surface. Various factors can affect our appearance. For example, an irregular diet, disturbed sleep, poor living habits, workplace stress can all lead to decreased digestive function and cause poor circulation of blood and qi. In addition, endocrine disorders, menstrual disorders can also affect our skin. If you're suffering from a chronic skin condition, be sure to visit our Internal Health page for more information.
We aim to create balance and stability. Herbal medicines are used to help to improve circulation, provide nutrients, and improve the body's ability to remove metabolites. Regulating our body’s internal processes, we can address the root cause of our symptoms and create a more stable and lasting beasuty in the long term.
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Chinese Herbs For The Skin
Here are several herbs and foods that you can incorporate into your diet at home for building a healthier complexion:
1. Chinese Wolfberries
Chinese wolfberries protect the skin against the sun while rejuvenating collagen and elastin fibers.
2. Gingko Biloba
Traditionally ginkgo is used to improve memory however it also helps to slow the process of skin aging, thanks to its ability to fight free radicals.
Soya beans are packed with proteins and isoflavones, which have been shown to smooth wrinkles, firm jowls, and improve sun damage.
Cordyceps has been used for centuries to boost libido and the immune system as well as assist with anti-aging.
Ginseng is a unique root valued through the centuries in China. It brightens the skin, prevents UV damage, enhances collagen synthesis, and diminishes signs of aging.
6. Green Tea
Green tea is packed with bioflavonoids and catechins. Green tea extract incorporated within certain beauty brands helps to promote skin elasticity, improving tone, and aim to restore the skin on the cellular level.
If you're interested in Chinese Medicine Cosmetology treatments, feel free to contact us and make an appointment. For inquiries. you can follow this link here. Alternatively, you can call 2526 7908 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cosmetic Facial Acupuncture
Cosmetic Facial Acupuncture uses very thin medical needles with a thickness of 0.12-0.18mm to promotes facial blood circulation,
Cosmetic Facial Acupuncture strengthens the metabolism of surface cells to improve dull and rough complexion, reduces swelling, and improves skin gloss. Facial acupuncture tightens and relaxes the facial muscles to improve facial wrinkles, especially expression lines, forehead lines, and frown lines.
In addition, it can help to promote skin repair, as well as increase the skin’s elasticity. Delaying the aging of our skin and body as well as achieve natural beauty.
Health Wise Practitioner: Dr. Sasa Fukuyanagi
Our new practitioner Dr. Sasa Fukuyanagi is a licensed Chinese Medicine Practitioner Registered in Hong Kong. A graduate from Waseda University Tokyo, Bachelor of Commerce. Before pursuing her Chinese medicine studies at the University of Hong Kong (Faculty of Chinese Medicine). Further advanced Internship in Internal Medicine, Dermatology, Acupuncture, Tuina (branch of orthopedic and trauma medicine) at the Tung Wah Group Hospitals (affiliated with the Government Hospital Authority). Mentors include senior clinicians: Dr. Liu Han Chang, Dr. Chen Juo Kang, Dr. Liu Wu Li, Dr. Chen Fu An.
Dr. Sasa has worked as a clinician at Premium Chinese Medicine group, Nong’s Clinics. Attending many patients with various kinds of diseases and ailments.
Special interests in general medicine including skin, women’s health, use of acupuncture in pain management and stroke rehabilitation, weight control, and cosmetic medicine (especially in the field of hair preservation)
Health Wise is excited to have Dr. Sasa join our Chinese Medicine Consultancy. We look forward to her expertise in developing skin and hair rejuvenation programs.
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