3 Acupressure Points for Beautiful, Healthy Skin!

| Modified on Mar 08, 2021
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Posted by Silver23 (Louisiana, US) on 06/20/2014

Hi, I have been taking some probiotics and now the pressure point on my foot for the small and large intestines are so painful on my left foot that I can barely walk! My question is, Is it better to rub that painful spot out or just leave it alone? TIA

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Posted by Susan B. (Memphis, Tn) on 01/18/2014

I haven't tried acupressure, but I have tried acupuncture on the face! Ouch!! My acupuncturist put a hundred (or so it seemed) short acupuncture needles in my face and left them there for 45 minutes. I got extreme headaches and sinus pressure after the 2nd treatment and gave up. I am searching for acupressure techniques to try instead.


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Posted by Janine (Tennessee) on 12/14/2013
5 out of 5 stars

I've used acupressure points over the years to help tighten my skin. I started in my early forties. It works if you stick with it. I slacked off after a couple of years and then turned to botox, but I'm sick of that and going to return to acupressure points. Hope to hear from some women who tried it and what points they used!


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Posted by Teresa (Morristown, Tennessee) on 06/07/2009

I just go out in my yard and harvest some wild rose hips. It doesn't matter how much. I take whatever I can find on the rose bushes. I bruise them with the back of a spoon to get them open so the rose hip juice can absorb into the peanut oil. Then I use commercial store bought peanut oil (wish I could afford organic) and fill most of a bottle with it, covering the bruised rose hips and add a dash of vitamin E and a dash of apple cider vinegar. I recently started adding a few drops of orange essential oil because I read about a study scientists did showing that orange scent caused people to appear six years younger.


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Posted by Therese (Ontario, Canada) on 11/25/2008

Teresa From Morristown, Tenessee Can you please tell me if the peanut il that you use is the kind form the grocery store that you cook with and also the measurements approx of the Rose hip, vitamin E peanut oil and ACV that you use? Thanks


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Posted by Teresa (Morristown, TN) on 10/10/2008

I just read the comment from Susan of Porterville, Ca requesting the name of the book I use for acupressure. One book I find invaluable is Acupressure, Acupuncture Without Needles, The Miracle of Chinese Healing Through your Fingertips by J.V. Cerney. The publisher was Cornerstone Library, NY and the book was republished in 1976 after initially being published in 1974. I'm sorry I haven't answered before but I painted my house and I couldn't lay hands on the book. I just found it today. I have another good acupressure book. When I find it, I'll write and give you the title and author.


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Posted by Susan (Porterville, California) on 10/03/2007

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you for the information you were able to give me about the books on acupressure. I ordered both books today. I discovered your website about 3 weeks ago and LOVE it! I am 56 years old and I want to stave off the signs of ageing with natural items as opposed to commercial products. I have begun taking the ACV, baking soda and water twice a day and after only 3 weeks I have noticed a brightness and deweyness to my skin. I am going to start adding the Blackstrap molasses as well. As soon as I receive the books on Shiatzu I will incorporate those exercises along with the ACV formula. Thank you again for all your help.


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Posted by Teresa (Morristown, Tennessee) on 07/25/2007
5 out of 5 stars

I'm 44 and recently had a 19 year old ask me out. I bend over for a few minutes at least once a day to let the blood rush into my face. I also use facial accupressure techniques, which I found out how to do from reading an old book written in the '70s. I've been doing shiatisu facial massage on myself for twenty years, I found this in a book. I also mix rose hips and vitamin E oil and a few drops of ACV into peanut oil and rub my body and face down nightly. I recently started color breathing where you inhale the imagined color pink, (Yvonne Martine's technique) and this is like a mini face lift!

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Posted by Susan (Porterville, California) on 10/02/2007

I read the email dated 7/25/07 from Teresa of Morristown Tennessee on her routine for Fountain of Youth. She mentioned getting acupressure techniques for the face from a book written in the 1970's. I am wanting to find out the name of this book and the author. Is there anyway you can get this information for me? Thank you.

EC: We went searching just now and found a book in our collection from 1976 called Shiatzu Japanese Pressure Point Massage Zone Therapy Book by Anika Bergson and Vladimir Tuchak. It covers the entire body, not just the face but may be the book Teresa is referring to. Another book by Anika Bergson from 1974 is Zone Therapy Acupressure Techniques. You can buy these books on Amazon for pennies.