Ways To Treat Your Acne According To Chinese Medicine
We’ve all suffered from it some time or another, and well, spots on your face aren’t exactly something celebratory. You’re usually desperate to get rid of them, and when they disappear, you’re desperate to get rid of the pigmentation it’s left behind.
And while you have your arsenal of ointments, scrubs and more to tackle your zits, we found some interesting ways to blast zits off your face using Chinese Medicine!
Eating Mung Beans Mung beans are detoxifying legumes that are loaded with protein, fiber, antioxidants, and phytonutrients and have been popular in the Eastern world for centuries. They’re great for depuffing and even healing acne-prone areas like your T-zone.
Using Jin Yin Hua Honeysuckle flowers, also known as Jin Yin Hua, are commonly used in Chinese medicine to treat acne. Use a topical face wash with Jin Yin Hua, which has antibiotic properties and anti-inflammatory effects. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, it helps clear heat and eliminate toxins and is known for its ability to heal many skin issues.
Facial Cupping Facial cupping can be traced back to ancient times to improve the health of the body, but it can also be used on skin. By using a ‘suction/vacuum’ technique, we can control where we want to movement to flow in your face. Most times, gray and dull skin comes from lack of circulation and stimulation and toxin accumulation or stagnation under the skin. When we create better flow, we can guide nutrients to the surface of the skin, reenergizing and refreshing it while draining toxins away from the skin as well.”
Alternatively of course, QM-10600 Acne Treatment, designed to put inflammatory acne at bay! QM-10600 Acne procedure is a ground-breaking technology that has stunning effects on acne-prone complexions. It is clinically proven to treat mild to moderate acne by combining blue light which attacks the bacteria that causes acne and regulates oily skin, while the red light that soothes inflammation and heals the skin. Find out more here!