Today's side deal bestows you with the lovely visage and glowing youth of a sea urchin, the most glamorous and desired echinoderm in the sea. For $130, you get three facial cosmetic acupuncture sessions from the licensed acupuncturists at The Birch Center in the Southside Flats, a $360 value.
Cosmetic acupuncture uses expertly placed needles to awaken the face's dormant vitality. While other procedures might numb the face and dampen the flow of energy, acupuncture renews elasticity and reinvigorates facial energy flow, cleansing your skin of years, stress, and long-embedded Lego pieces. After three sessions, you'll experience a reduction in fine lines, improved muscle tone, and up to 16 new facial expressions. Birch Center's head acupuncturists, Melissa and David Sokulski, have proven their mastery of this Wild East art by earning master's degrees from the New England School of Acupuncture, the oldest school of its kind in the nation.
The Birch Center for Health
At The Birch Center for Health, acupuncturist David Sokulski uses the skills that he mastered at New England School of Acupuncture— the oldest acupuncture school in the United States. He delicately inserts hair-thin needles into predetermined spots across the body, stimulating the flow of energy to treat ailments such as fertility issues, depression, and physical pain. He also practices cosmetic acupuncture, a technique that increases circulation to restore a healthy glow to the skin. Birch branches and miniature smiling Buddhas adorn their peaceful studio.
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