Interactive Digitopuncture Facial Points

Victoria Candela Fernandez L.A.c

The owner and NCCAOM certified State Licensed Acupuncture Physician has spent the last five years working in the healthcare field. Her specialties include Fertility, Women's health and Sport Injuries. Fernandez is a 200HR YTT certified Yoga instructor whose journey as a healthcare practitioner stemmed from a lifelong desire to better humans and their quality of life one soul at a time. Read more

Cosmetic

March 19, 2021

Interactive Digitopuncture Facial Points

Victoria Candela Fernandez L.A.c

The owner and NCCAOM certified State Licensed Acupuncture Physician has spent the last five years working in the healthcare field. Her specialties include Fertility, Women's health and Sport Injuries. Fernandez is a 200HR YTT certified Yoga instructor whose journey as a healthcare practitioner stemmed from a lifelong desire to better humans and their quality of life one soul at a time. Her passion for helping others and fascination with the human body and its capabilities has driven her to practice a medicine that is fully integrative with conventional medicine, lifestyle, and psychological awareness.

Cosmetic

March 19, 2021

How acupressure facial points works?

Facial Pressure Points work on improving the Skin Tone, improves blood circulation and metabolism in the Skin. By applying Acupressure Points on a regular basis, you can get a Healthy, Smooth and Flawless Skin. Acupressure Points relieve the congested areas and relaxes the muscles. 

The location of the points requires knowledge of the anatomy and guidance of a qualified and experienced therapist. There is no need to use oil or cream. For the stimulus it is easier to reach the deeper tissues, you can make a circular on the ground before pressing and thus prevent it from moving. The circle formed during the pressure massage is a unit. In each treatment, approximately 80 to 120 units are indicated per point, with a duration of 2 to 3 minutes. If you have experience, you can experiment yourself, we add a timer that marks one minute per lap. Press the dots to reveal features.

Acupressure Facial Points

Facial Pressure Points
P

Yintang is located between your eyebrows, which is the area otherwise known as your “third eye.”

Use it for:

  • reducing anxiety
  • improving sleep

P

GV26 is located right in the center between your lips and your nose.

Use it for:

  • restoring focus
  • calming your mind

P

LI20 is located in the nasolabial groove, which is the groove where your nostril meets your face.

Use it for:

  • clearing the nasal passages
  • relieving congestion and itchy nose

P

Drilling bamboo points are located at the indentations on either side of the spot where the bridge of your nose meets the ridge of your eyebrows.

  • Use both of your index fingers to apply firm pressure to both points at once.
  • Hold for 10 seconds.
  • Release and repeat.

P

Taiyang is located in the tender depression of the temple.

Use it for:

  • one-sided headaches
  • dizziness
  • eye problems

P

SI 18 On the face, directly below the outer canthus of the eye, in the depression on the lower border of zygomatic bone.

Use it for:

  • decrease any facial swelling especially on the cheeks.
  • helps relax the cheek and eye muscles

P

ST 2  One finger width below the lower ridge of the eye socket in line with the center of the iris in an indentation of the cheek.

Use it for:

  • redness and pain of the eye
  • facial paralysis and pain
  • twitching eyelids
  • near sightedness

P

CV 24 At the center of the mentolabial groove directly below the lip.

Use it for:

  • Facial pain/paralysis – Bell’s palsy, stroke affecting the face, mouth and/or tongue.
  • Dental pain – teeth and/or gums
  • Speech issues – loss of voice, hoarseness, difficulty swallowing.
  • Dry mouth as seen in wasting and thirsting disorders.

P

ST 4 lateral to the corner of the mouth.

Use it for:

  • deviation of the mouth.
  • facial palsy.
  • reduce fat in the thigh.
  • activate your body’s self-healing power.

P

YUYAO At the midpoint of the eyebrow in a depression directly above the pupil.

Use it for:

  • Frontal headache a/or pain in the supraorbital region.
  • Disorders of the eyelids, pterygium.

P

The Third Eye The Point is the Area Between the Eyebrows on the Forehead

Use it for:

  • Improves eye-mind coordination and relaxes the eyes.
  • Has the power to reduce muscle tension, to improve circulation and to stimulate the brain chemicals called endorphins.
  • Emotional stress and lots of toxins can be held here and this is a powerful marma point to work with.

Acupressure Facial Points

Facial Pressure Points
P

Yintang is located between your eyebrows, which is the area otherwise known as your “third eye.”

Use it for:

  • reducing anxiety
  • improving sleep

P

GV26 is located right in the center between your lips and your nose.

Use it for:

  • restoring focus
  • calming your mind

P

LI20 is located in the nasolabial groove, which is the groove where your nostril meets your face.

Use it for:

  • clearing the nasal passages
  • relieving congestion and itchy nose

P

Drilling bamboo points are located at the indentations on either side of the spot where the bridge of your nose meets the ridge of your eyebrows.

  • Use both of your index fingers to apply firm pressure to both points at once.
  • Hold for 10 seconds.
  • Release and repeat.

P

Taiyang is located in the tender depression of the temple.

Use it for:

  • one-sided headaches
  • dizziness
  • eye problems

P

SI 18 On the face, directly below the outer canthus of the eye, in the depression on the lower border of zygomatic bone.

Use it for:

  • decrease any facial swelling especially on the cheeks.
  • helps relax the cheek and eye muscles

P

ST 2  One finger width below the lower ridge of the eye socket in line with the center of the iris in an indentation of the cheek.

Use it for:

  • redness and pain of the eye
  • facial paralysis and pain
  • twitching eyelids
  • near sightedness

P

CV 24 At the center of the mentolabial groove directly below the lip.

Use it for:

  • Facial pain/paralysis – Bell’s palsy, stroke affecting the face, mouth and/or tongue.
  • Dental pain – teeth and/or gums
  • Speech issues – loss of voice, hoarseness, difficulty swallowing.
  • Dry mouth as seen in wasting and thirsting disorders.

P

ST 4 lateral to the corner of the mouth.

Use it for:

  • deviation of the mouth.
  • facial palsy.
  • reduce fat in the thigh.
  • activate your body’s self-healing power.

P

ST 4 lateral to the corner of the mouth.

Use it for:

  • deviation of the mouth.
  • facial palsy.
  • reduce fat in the thigh.
  • activate your body’s self-healing power.

P

YUYAO At the midpoint of the eyebrow in a depression directly above the pupil.

Use it for:

  • Frontal headache a/or pain in the supraorbital region.
  • Disorders of the eyelids, pterygium.

P

The Third Eye The Point is the Area Between the Eyebrows on the Forehead

Use it for:

  • Improves eye-mind coordination and relaxes the eyes.
  • Has the power to reduce muscle tension, to improve circulation and to stimulate the brain chemicals called endorphins.
  • Emotional stress and lots of toxins can be held here and this is a powerful marma point to work with.

Acupressure Facial Points

Facial Pressure Points
P

Yintang is located between your eyebrows, which is the area otherwise known as your “third eye.”

Use it for:

  • reducing anxiety
  • improving sleep

P

GV26 is located right in the center between your lips and your nose.

Use it for:

  • restoring focus
  • calming your mind

P

LI20 is located in the nasolabial groove, which is the groove where your nostril meets your face.

Use it for:

  • clearing the nasal passages
  • relieving congestion and itchy nose

P

Drilling bamboo points are located at the indentations on either side of the spot where the bridge of your nose meets the ridge of your eyebrows.

  • Use both of your index fingers to apply firm pressure to both points at once.
  • Hold for 10 seconds.
  • Release and repeat.

P

Taiyang is located in the tender depression of the temple.

Use it for:

  • one-sided headaches
  • dizziness
  • eye problems

P

SI 18 On the face, directly below the outer canthus of the eye, in the depression on the lower border of zygomatic bone.

Use it for:

  • decrease any facial swelling especially on the cheeks.
  • helps relax the cheek and eye muscles

P

ST 2  One finger width below the lower ridge of the eye socket in line with the center of the iris in an indentation of the cheek.

Use it for:

  • redness and pain of the eye
  • facial paralysis and pain
  • twitching eyelids
  • near sightedness

P

CV 24 At the center of the mentolabial groove directly below the lip.

Use it for:

  • Facial pain/paralysis – Bell’s palsy, stroke affecting the face, mouth and/or tongue.
  • Dental pain – teeth and/or gums
  • Speech issues – loss of voice, hoarseness, difficulty swallowing.
  • Dry mouth as seen in wasting and thirsting disorders.

P

ST 4 lateral to the corner of the mouth.

Use it for:

  • deviation of the mouth.
  • facial palsy.
  • reduce fat in the thigh.
  • activate your body’s self-healing power.

P

YUYAO At the midpoint of the eyebrow in a depression directly above the pupil.

Use it for:

  • Frontal headache a/or pain in the supraorbital region.
  • Disorders of the eyelids, pterygium.

P

The Third Eye The Point is the Area Between the Eyebrows on the Forehead

Use it for:

  • Improves eye-mind coordination and relaxes the eyes.
  • Has the power to reduce muscle tension, to improve circulation and to stimulate the brain chemicals called endorphins.
  • Emotional stress and lots of toxins can be held here and this is a powerful marma point to work with.

 

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