Dumas Wellness - Wellbeing Clinic
Mia Mia VIC 3444
Servicing area: MIA MIA, Victoria
Locations:See all 2 Locations
Reiki, EFT, Ear Candling, Herbal Medicine, Nutritional Medicine
Wellbeing Clinic - Acupuncture, Natural Medicine/Therapies
Facial Rejuvenation/Cosmetic Acupuncture And Wellbeing Clinic
Constitutional Facial Acupuncture is a safe, painless and effective treatment for renewing the face as well as the whole body. Fine lines may be entirely erased, deeper lines reduced and bags around neck and eyes firmed.
Fine needles are placed at a variety of acupuncture points on the face, neck and around the eyes to stimulate the bodys natural energies, or Qi. Since muscle groups are addressed as well the acupuncture points, the face lifts itself, via the acupuncture points, through the muscles toning and tightening action. The needles also stimulate blood and circulation, which improves facial color.
- Improves acne (caused by hormonal imbalance)
- Helps menopause, perimenopause, PMS and other GYN issues
- Helps sinus congestion and headache
- Improves hyper- and hypothyroidism
- Reduces symptoms of toothache, TMJ, trigeminal neuralgia, and Bells palsy
- Helps headaches (except severe migraine)
- Treats diarrhea and constipation (most digestive issues)
- Helps to eliminate edema and puffiness
- Benefits eyes, ears and brain
- Can help insomnia and dizziness
- Helps depression and aids self-esteem
Is Facial Acupuncture for Everyone?
It would probably be more instructive to list the few contraindications for facial acupuncture, because, for the vast majority of prospective clients, it is a safe and beneficial treatment, not only for prevention of wrinkles, but also the reversal of the customary signs of aging.
The Use of Chinese Herbs
The Constitutional Facial Acupuncture treatment protocol incorporates Chinese herbal masks, poultices and moisturizers. Jade rollers, which enhance blood circulation, remove fine lines and age spots, and prevent premature aging, are used to massage moisturizer into the skin. The ancient empresses of China used jade as a precious stone to be worn, not only around their necks, but also to attract yin and nourishment into their skin. The stone served a double purpose of promoting beauty and for magical protection.
Short and Long-Term Effects of Facial Acupuncture
After the first treatment, one usually observes an increased glow to the complexion, the result of increased Qi and blood flow to the face. The persons face appears more open, there is a clarity in the eyes (clear Shen), and the patient appears to be more rested; wrinkles start to lessen and the skin appears more toned.
A significant difference in their appearance can be ascertained following the 5th to 7th treatments; even more marked changes in wrinkles, skin tone, etc. The impression of relaxation and calm is more pronounced; they appear as if they have returned from vacation. Lifting of the jowls, neck and the eyes has begun and is usually noticeable. With continuing treatment, constitutional issues like digestive complaints have been ameliorated or subsided.
By the end of a series, the patient should look and feel 5-15 years younger. These results may vary slightly, depending upon how well the patient has taken care of themselves during the process, and afterward. At this stage, booster treatments provide ongoing support within a normal process of aging.
Constitutional Facial Acupuncture is non-invasive, less costly than surgical procedures, and draws upon the ancient Chinese wisdom related to longevity, beauty and balance.
Louis Dumas Registered Acupuncturist, BHSc (Acu), Advanced Dip (Acu), Cert IV Traditional Chinese Medicine Remedial Massage (An Mo Tui Na), Dip Illustrative Photography, Cert Constitutional Facial Renewal (levels 1,2 & 3), Reiki Master, Cert EFT (level 2), Registered with Chinese Medicine Registration Board (CMRB), Member Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA), Accredited member Massage and Myotherapy Australia, and Accredited member Australian Institute of Professional Photographers (AIPP)
Stephanie Dumas GradDipHSc Herbal Medicine, BHSc Nutritional Medicine, BBus, Dip Remedial Massage, Cert IV Massage, Cert Advanced Bowen Therapy, Reiki Master, Cert EFT (level 2), Accredited member of Australian Natural Therapists Association (ANTA) and Accredited member of Massage and Myotherapy Australia