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PNW Acupuncture's Guide to Facial Rejuvenation/ Cosmetic Acupuncture

“I believe in treating the whole person. Facial rejuvenation has ancient roots and is an exciting aspect of modern holistic healthcare.”-Dr. Lacey Smith


Micro needles stimulate facial muscles, and subcutaneous needles fill deep lines to decrease their appearance. Targeted cupping creates blood flow and can restore elasticity for a more youthful and glowing appearance. LED lamps provide anti-aging therapy as you rest comfortably with the acupuncture needles. Korean skincare and Chinese herbal masks moisturize and provide nutrients for soft skin. Acupuncture needle dermal rollers are recommended for home care between treatments.

Each one-hour session will address a range of patient concerns including areas of lines and wrinkles, sagging skin, dry or rough skin, and other signs of advanced aging.


Facial rejuvenation is available in 5, 10, 15, & 20 visit packages. Studies show positive results when more than 5 treatments are given in close succession (more sessions more often, while maintaining the at home care instructions, creates better results). Each treatment plan is created for the individual, using traditional Chinese medicine theory and diagnosis. As with any cosmetic procedure, results vary, and at home care is essential.

Packages of 10 or more are discounted. Gift certificates are available. One package may not be used by more than one individual.

Cautions & Exemptions

Facial rejuvenation/ cosmetic acupuncture procedures should not be used by persons with chronic or recurring migraine headaches, chronic or recurring bacterial or skin infections, severe anxiety, or insomnia. If you are pregnant or have high blood pressure, you cannot receive treatment. If your high blood pressure is currently under control through the use of medication or blood thinning supplements, or you regularly take aspirin or caffeine, the risk of bleeding and bruising increases.

Some bleeding and bruising may occur for any person using acupuncture.

Studies Show

Facial rejuvenation is a process of stimulating the facial muscle groups and restoring resting mimetic muscle tone and elasticity through the insertion of acupuncture needles. Studies have shown significant improvement after treatment, and favorable results as a therapy for facial elasticity.* It can eliminate some wrinkles and decrease the length and depth of others.**

*PubMed, 2013 PMCID3745857; **PubMed, 2005 PMID19338843


Book online at or email for information and scheduling. Appointments for facial rejuvenation/ cosmetic acupuncture are currently available Mondays in Georgetown at 60 S Orcas St #218, Seattle WA 98108. The office waiting area is shared with the medical providers at TransMission Wellness.

About Dr. Lacey Smith, DACM, L.Ac., EAMP

Dr. Smith is a licensed acupuncturist and primary care provider in CA State, and a licensed acupuncturist and East Asian Medicine Practitioner in WA State, and has been giving facial rejuvenation/ cosmetic acupuncture treatments since 2012. She holds a Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine and a Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, CA. She trained at China Beijing International Training Center and completed externships at UCSD Cancer Center, Mental Health Systems Family Recovery Center, and Hospital of Acupuncture and Moxibustion of Beijing. She is a diplomate of oriental medicine (NCCAOM).