Our Unique "East Meets West AcuFacial"

Mend offers a unique "East Meets West AcuFacial" that utilizes Facial and constitutional Acupuncture with a deep-heat therapy (similar to Thermage but with no down-time) to increase blood-flow and collagen production. Our East Meets West technique lifts, tightens and rejuvenate your skin with no downtime. The needles used are exclusively for the face and are extremely thin with no pain. Unlike micro-needling, these needles are retained in the face for 20 minutes while you meditate or nap on a heated treatment table. The careful placement of the needles work with each person's unique facial structure and problem areas. The heat therapy is similar to a Thermage or Ultherapy session and for your comfort a cooling gel is applied to the face which eliminates any burning or downtime. There is no peeling of your skin afterwards and you will look rosy and well rested. Over the course of a few weeks you will notice a tightening and rejuvenation of your skin. If you opt for the additional organic peel, there is minimal peeling over the course of 4 days. However, most people will not notice if you use our Mend Everything Oil. You will receive a sample of Mend Everything with our facial. 

AcuFacials are best done initially once a month for four months. Treatment results are cumulative and maintenance treatments of 4xs a year are suggested. Similar treatments at Dermatologist's offices cause severe burning and require weeks of recovery as well as costs thousands of dollars. 

Mend Family Acupuncture was recently featured on the television show The Doctors. Click here to see the clip.

Call 323-459-2000 or click here to make an appointment.

AcuFacials – "East Meets West" - Mend Family Acupuncture in Los Angeles, CA

Stacy Lauren-Kon, LAc, MSOM offers Acupuncture in Los Angeles, CA


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Mend is located in the heart of Los Feliz Village.

2016 Hillhurst Ave.

      Mend Family Acupuncture Location

* There is plenty of street parking as well as 1 hour parking across the street at Albertson's.

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