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BEAUTY EMANATING FROM WITHIN

Amanda practices and teaches, internationally, other medical practitioners her Acuregen system of cosmetic acupuncture. She defines these treatments as “The use of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) theory and techniques, to enhance wellbeing and lifestyle in order to promote and maintain a reduction of the signs of aging.”

The finest specialist needles are used in the body and face supported by a wide range of non acupuncture therapies to maximise results. A course of between 6 and 12 treatments are recommended, followed with maintenance sessions. Patients report their experience as a non painful, relaxing and enjoyable treat often with unexpected health issues being resolved. Amanda uses her own, patent pending, Thrive (TM) needles for maximum effect and comfort.

 

ACUREGEN COSMETIC ACUPUNCTURE 

(including massage, other treatments and  facial treatment products as appropriate). The initial session is up to 1 hour and 30 minutes long when a full medical history will be taken as well as issues discussed, and will cost £150.
Subsequent sessions are up to 1 hour and 15 minutes and are charged at £130.
Courses 6 or 12 treatments recommended.  Prices may vary subject to treatment and budget required.
Cost for first session: £150. Cost for subsequent sessions: £130

 

CLINICARE MEDICAL MICRONEEDLING AND ACUREGEN COLLAGEN INDUCTION THERAPY SESSIONS

These treatments include the use of a ‘dermaroller’, providing evidence-based outcomes for ‘collagen induction’.  This, combined with other techniqes and Amanda’s own range of pure cosmetics offers a relaxing and effective beauty-enhancing experience.  As with cosmetic acupuncture, a course of treatments is recommended and is usually punctuated by cosmetic acupuncture sessions.
Cost is £200 per session

 

MICROSYSTEMS ACUPUNCTURE

Microsystems acupuncture is the use of specific anatomical parts of the body as representative of the whole (such as the ear or hand) with identified zones used to treat specific health issues.  Traditional Chinese medicine theory does apply and simple needle prescriptions can be utilized instead of needling the whole body.
The advantages are that treatments are relatively short, less invasive and patients do not have to undress.  Auricular (ear) acupuncture is the most recognized microsystem and is widely used within the British prison service (as a group therapy situation) to assist in addiction and alcohol abuse.
A register has now opened under the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council CNHC which has quickly become a corgi-like badge of quality and safety and preferred by NHS healthcare providers.
Amanda is a member of the CNHC and offers microsystems options to patients as well as supporting her traditional treatments for patient comfort and efficacy.  Tiny needles or magnets may be used and kept in place for a few days to prolong treatment benefits.  This approach is also valuable in obstetrics, stress and dental patients.

MICROSYSTEMS  ACUPUNCTURE:  Using auricular acupuncture as an alternative to body acupuncture.  Also used widely to support stress related issues, drug detoxification and smoking cessation.
The initial consultation is 45 minutes and is charged at £40 when a full medical history will be taken.  Subsequent sessions are 30 minutes at £30.
Cost for first session: £40. Cost for subsequent sessions: £30

 

ACUPRESSURE MASSAGE 

This is an effective and gentle alternative to acupuncture, particular for muscular-skeletal problems.  Amanda uses her own oils to enhance results.  Children and the elderly are always happy to receive this treatment approach.

The initial consultation of up to 1 hour 15 minutes will cost £65.  Subsequent sessions are 1 hour and are charged at £60.  Herbal preparations (including therapeutic creams) at no more than £15.
Cost for first session: £65. Cost for subsequent sessions: £60

 

HAIR REMOVAL USING ULTRASOUND 

This new technology was launched just over a year ago and is growing in popularity as it offers the alternatives given below.  In addition, as with laser, there are no photosensitive issues requiring caution against exposure to sunlight for weeks either side of the session!  It is compared to electrolysis as hairs are generally treated individually so small areas such as face, ears, nose, fingers, nipples are more appropriate for this method.  This method has been useful in supporting women with PCOS or hormonal issues.  There is less chance of in-growing hairs and pre-growth’ bumps’ which can cause rashes.
The length of sessions really does depend on hair removal required, with early sessions possibly requiring longer times.  Hair, if treated at a particular growth stage, will be killed.  Those that grow back are finer and generally respond better in further treatments.
More information on www.ultrasoundhairremoval.co.uk
Further information sheets are also attached – a report by Frost and Sullivan and a paper by Jeffrey Berg, PhD

APPLISONIX ULTRASOUND HAIR REMOVAL

– a painless and safe alternative to electrolysis.
Removal of white hair and suitable for pigmented skin, ie those who are naturally dark or who have been sunbathing.
2 hours treatment course £280.   Minimum session 20 minutes (£47).

 

IONITHERMIE FACE TREATMENTS

Ionitherme treatments were established in France and were originally used for the prevention of cellulitis in the knee area. It was discovered that the use of galvanic current made cells very leaky and allowed lymph drainage in areas where ‘circulation’ was trapped.  It has since become established in the treatment of cellulite and is combined with faradic current and thermal clay.
Amanda will initially offer facial treatments at Viveka which stimulates facial circulation and is particularly useful in the delicate eye area.  Beautiful products and masks and massage are used in conjunction with massage probes to reduce puffiness, lift and tone skin.  This is a painless and relaxing treatment and may well be combined with other techniques Amanda feels are appropriate offering a completely unique approach to its use.  Ionitherme’s UK distributer asked Amanda to demonstrate body lift treatments on their behalf on Vogue magazine’s editorial staff a few years ago.

 IONITHERMIE FACE AND BODY TREATMENTS 

An electrical treatment combined with specialist facial products or thermal clay.  Established over 26 years.  Facial treatments lift, refine skin and suitable for eye area.
Initially I am just offering facial treatments which include upper body massage.
Sessions last 1 hour and 10 minutes and cost £70.

 

Call or Text to: 077782627778 Email at: acuregen@gmail.com

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