Sally Deane BSc(Hons)

OM – Acupuncture MBAcC Lic Ac

Acupuncture in Kent and Sussex



07956 348652

Copyright ©Sally Deane 2011-2022 All Rights Reserved          Privacy Policy

The ageing process is a natural part of life, however there are many factors that may affect the rapidity and severity of the ageing process such as:

These factors can have a huge impact on an individual’s appearance, as they all have an influence on the state of one’s health.

FRA is a non-surgical, risk free and virtually painless method that offers a combination of refreshing the skin, whilst at the same time addressing underlying health issues.  Based on the principles of Chinese medicine, a course of FRA treatments addresses all aspects of an individual’s health and beauty, both on the surface and internally.  

On the surface, FRA can improve facial tone (by stimulating the muscles of the face) it can re-establish firmness and stimulate blood and lymph circulation in the face.  By stimulating collagen production, individual fine lines can be eliminated and deep wrinkles can be reduced.  FRA also includes a whole body treatment, as the aim of the treatment is not only to resolve problems at the surface, but also to address the internal imbalance that is causing the problem in the first place, e.g. hormonal imbalances which can lead to various skin conditions.  

This whole body approach to revitalisation provides lasting results and many individuals report that they not only start to look better, but they feel better, their sleep and digestion has improved, as well as being relieved of their aches and pains.

A course of FRA generally consists of twelve treatment sessions with effects becoming most noticeable and lasting on or about the seventh session.  Each person responds differently, depending on his or her condition and lifestyle prior to treatment.  Following the initial course of treatment, maintenance sessions can prolong the results for approximately five to ten years.

Facial Revitalisation Acupuncture (FRA) and how it works