Acupuncture is one of the oldest medicinal traditions still being regularly used today, and for good reason. Whether you regularly swear by it or shriek at the concept of needles, millions of people have touted the health benefits of acupuncture . Many claim the Chinese tradition promotes increased circulation, pain reduction, reduced anxiety, digestive health, improved sleep, and even helps manage the side-effects of chemotherapy . So, given this impressive laundry list of benefits , it only makes sense to assume the treatment would improve skin quality and give your skin an overall glow. So, when New York-based Dr. Sarah Emily Sajdak reached out to me about trying one of her Beauty Acupuncture treatments for an article, I was immediately on board. The concept for this specific treatment was born after Sajdak noted the disconnect between the organic food many of her acupuncture clients eat, and the poisons they expose to their skin (Botox was a particular example). Seeing a need, Sajdak developed an acupuncture treatment that combines traditional back acupuncture, the tried and true cupping trend Kim Kardashian is a fan of , and a focused facial acupuncture meant to improve circulation and promote a glow. As someone who has never tried acupuncture in any capacity, I was deeply nervous and excited for the experience. Would it improve my skin?!
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The Ladies Singles guaranteed an improvement in Vistabellas luck as Maggie Furness played Lin Watkins and won, in the other semi Carol Broomfield of Quesada proved too strong for La Siestas Sue Jordan. Both Mixed Trips games were nail biters Kath Reid, Steve Simmons and Ian Kenyon of San Luis beat San Miguels Noel Davis, Gail and Fred Willshire by one shot. Ann Marie Stevenson, Drew Gerrard and Colin Lindgren of Emerald Isle did the same to San Luis Allen Bowen, Sue Cooper and Scott Malden. The final Semis were held on Monday morning the Ladies Pairs saw Emerald Isles Mary Whitelock and Ann Marie Stevenson overcome La Siestas Irene Laverick and Sue Jordan, while San Miguels Gail Willshire and Ann Eagle had a narrow victory over Jan Pocock and Sue Cooper of San Luis. In the Mens Singles Terry Morgan of Quesada led from the start against San Miguels Noel Davis but in the other game the lead see-sawed until the 20th end where San Luis Ian Kenyon and Emerald Isles John Rimmer were tied at 19 all only for John to take the game with a two on the final end. The Finals commenced Monday afternoon with the Mens and Ladies Singles finals. In the Ladies final things were tight to begin with but after nine ends Maggie Furness slowly took control to beat last years champion Carol Broomfield 21 9. The Mens final was much closer the lead swopped a few times and stood at 17 all after 24 ends but John Rimmer then took the next two ends to win by 21 17 over Terry Morgan. The final four disciplines were decided on Tuesday. In the Mixed Pairs last years winners Sue Milner and Gary Raby retained their title with a 19 11 victory over Kath Reid and Ian Kenyon. Allen Bowen and Scott Malden proved just too strong for Brian Harris and Richard Lee with a 21 5 victory but the other two finals went right down to the wire.
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