Skin Care

One of the most debilitating symptoms of atopic dermatitis is severe pruritus.

Most of the studies investigating the efficacy of acupuncture in atopic dermatitis have focused on pruritus. 

In comparative studies, acupuncture has been shown to provide better results than antihistamines and preventive antipruritic systemic drugs


With proper nutrition, cosmetic products, regular facials to clean the skin, and regular acupuncture/TCM sessions, it is absolutely possible to achieve and maintain beautiful and blemish-free skin.

Atopic dermatitis is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that is noncontagious and leads to itchy, dry skin lesions that can damage the intact skin barrier. Although the etiology is not known, it is widely believed that family history and allergies play a role. The incidence of atopic dermatitis is usually higher in early childhood, while other allergic conditions can develop later in life, such as allergic rhinitis and asthma. Atopic dermatitis is typically treated through topical ointments and the systematic use of pharmaceuticals to control symptoms. Long term or improper use of medications can lead to other complications. When symptoms of the condition are chronic or recurring, they can seriously impact one's quality of life, resulting in many patients seeking alternative care.

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