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Chinese women are widely popular for their beautiful, flawless porcelain skin, slim body structure and luscious locks. They have so many rituals and remedies which they have incorporated in their daily life to achieve what they are so very well known for!

Take inspiration from ancient Chinese beauty secrets and medicine traditions. Modern science has confirmed that many of them do have benefits that you’ll want to add to your beauty routine.

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Pearls For Skin Rejuvenation

Pearls and Oyster shells have long been used in China to enhance beauty, promote general wellness as well as treat signs of aging. Typically the pearls and oyster shells are ground into a powder and added to preparations for topical use or ingestion.

Pearls sound exotic and expensive, but do they actually do anything? Studies have found that pearl powders do have a moisturizing effect, antioxidant activity and even enhance wound healing.

For skin rejuvenation, Chinese women use pearl powder which is the oyster shell powder mixed with honey and egg yolk. This mixture when applied on face, not only helps to reduce inflammation but also calms skin irritations.

Tea For Younger Looking Skin

It seems like such a cliche, but it’s true that the Chinese drink a lot of tea. It isn’t just a cultural preference, they believe that white, green and oolong tea have health and beauty benefits. They’re right! Green tea in particular has a high concentration of polyphenols with anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory activities.

To keep themselves young and to lose weight effectively, Chinese people drink a lot of green tea. What can be easier to remain younger by just drinking green tea that is widely known for its anti ageing properties!

Mushrooms To Fight Aging

Mushrooms are pretty universal in traditional medicine, they have been used to treat conditions such as allergies, arthritis, hepatitis, and high blood pressure in China, Japan and Korea. You’ll find dried mushroom powder in topical skin preparations back for hundreds of years as well.

You don’t need to look far into the current medical literature to find evidence that mushrooms help fight aging and potentially cancer. Mushrooms have been found to have significant anti-inflammatory, and antimutagenic (anti-cancer) properties while helping to fight photoaging.

Rice Water For Natural Toning

Chinese Women use rice water to tone their skin and to enhance it’s complexion. Just soak unpolished rice in a bowl of water and stir it well, until the water becomes milky white. Store this water in a refrigerator and use the water as a toner with a cotton pad. This is just wonderful and quiet cheap. This water can be stored for up to 3-4 days, then it should be replaced.

Soya Bean Mask For Smooth Skin

Old wives’ tales in China say that women working in the tofu industry have beautiful skin. In fact, it has been found that soy proteins can induce skin depigmentation, with basically no side effects.

Simply ground the soya beans into a paste and boil the paste in a bowl of water. Dab the soya bean milk with a cotton pad and cover with a piece of gauze or paper towel. Once the mask has dried, just wash it off with water!

Face Massage For Cellular Regeneration

Chinese women firmly believe in giving their body parts a good massage to promote blood circulation and thereby getting not only healthy skin but a healthy body as well. Facial massages are quiet popular in Chinese culture to reduce puffiness and promote cell regeneration.

Traditional Chinese Facial Rejuvenation Offer

You can now experience a traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) facial rejuvenation and wellness treatment at TCM Wellness Services.

TCM facial rejuvenation is an effective, holistic, non-surgical treatment to reduce the signs of aging and improve health and a youthful appearance. It appeals to women who want to slow signs of aging but don’t want to undergo surgery or inject chemicals.

Its holistic approach attacks both the facial concerns like wrinkles, rosacea, skin sagging, acne, sunspots but also works the underlying systemic issues causing the facial concerns.

Benefits include:

  • Firms sagging skin
  • Helps to minimize or erase fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Reduces dark circles and puffiness under the eyes
  • Improves skin complexion e.g. acne and gives a healthy glow.
  • Reduces double chin
  • Tightens the pores
  • Brightens the eyes
  • Helps lift drooping eyelids
  • Increases collagen and keratin production
  • Encourages hair growth
  • Softens the skin
  • Non-invasive unlike surgery
  • Boosts immune system

The treatment set includes:

  • TCM based facial rejuvenation treatment
  • Upper body acupressure Tuina massage
  • An additional adjunctive TCM treatment of your choice (Gua Sha, Ba Guan, or Thermotherapy)

Contact us for more information or to make an appointment.


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