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Herbs for Healthier Skin: Chinese Medicine Herbal Cosmetology

Updated: Aug 5, 2021

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 article, 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. By regulating our body’s internal processes, we can address the root cause of our symptoms and create a more stable and lasting beauty in the long term.

Health Wise has over thirty years of clinical experience. We aim to deliver the best Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine treatments in Hong Kong. If you want to learn more about our clinic or make an appointment, feel free to contact us. For inquiries. you can follow this link here. Alternatively, you can call 2526 7908 or email

Taking five minutes to read this article may prove to be helpful for you. Let's dive in.

Article Contents:

Chinese Herbs For The Skin

Cosmetic Facial Acupuncture

Health Wise Practitioner: Dr. Sasa Fukuyanagi