Acupuncture Facelift
Increases Earning Potential


Add the acupuncture facelift to your practice and dramatically increase your earning potential. Fees charged on average are usually $100 per treatment per week for a minimum of 10 weeks.

Spas are now adding this service to their menu, so you may want to consider offering your services outside of your regular office practice.

This alternative treatment is a safe, pain free method of rejuvenating the face, eliminating or minimizing fine lines and wrinkles.

Treatments consist of applying small needles strategically to stimulate collagen growth and tighten sagging muscles in the jaw and neck regions. Other benefits include improvements in facial acne, stress reduction, and sinus congestion.

There are many ways to perform this therapy and get good results. One process involves inserting hair thin needles into specific points of the face, neck, ear, hands, legs, and body trunk to stimulate the energy meridians.

Needle placement generally takes 15 to 20 minutes, depending on experience and needles are left in place for approximately 40 minutes. Total treatment time is usually under an hour and half.

There is another procedure called Mei Zen (means "beautiful person") Cosmetic Acupuncture System (TM) taught by Dr. Martha Lucas.

It utilizes Traditional Chinese Medicine for treating the patient as a whole to determine the cause of diseases and/or their symptoms.

It includes not only acupuncture, but herbal and nutritional therapies along with QiGong massage. Dr. Lucas and the colleague who helped develop the system offer seminars in major cities in the US and Canada for training licensed acupuncturists in this therapy.

For more information on seminar dates, Locations and pricing, please click on the link below.

Seminar Information

Specialized training courses for the acupuncture facelift usually range from $250 to $500. Considering that your first client will cover the cost means it is a very good investment for your money.

Once you obtain certification, you may want to join The American Cosmetic Acupuncture Association.

They provide a listing by region of practitioners who have had training in this procedure.

Most people search the internet rather than just the telephone book when they are looking for an acupuncture facelift provider.

So, while considering where to go to school, also consider how you will be able to draw customers to your new practice.

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