View Full Version : hypnosis for skin care
06-08-2011, 05:53 AM
I've found an effective therapy for skin care, which comes from an most unlikely place: Hypnosis. In many cases, hypnosis has been shown to help people with acne prone skin to have the ability to re-heal old scar marks. As strange as it may sound, there is a process by which hypnotherapy can be used to have the client take better care of his/her skin, as well as revitalize the over all appearence (glow of the skin). Perhaps a lot of this has to do with lowering stress levels, but there are some studies out there which validate these results. For example, a place in the Midwest known as Hypnosis Chicago, did an extensive research on the efficacy of hypnosis and skin care. The experimental group noted a 75 percent improvement in skin tone, as well as signifigant reduction in new acne. Sometimes, hollistic treatments often work well.
06-09-2011, 11:14 AM
Our skin is one way that we communicate information about ourselves to others we blush turn pale signal with wrinkles in our forehead or around our eyes and mouth our skin often is used by others to form an impression of our age how much we are indoors or outdoors and our activity through scars wrinkles colors and texture of our skin this information comes from the tone, texture, firmness, and aroma of our skin.
06-23-2011, 06:16 AM
How many people has been result positive due to this hypnotherapy. As this process may take some time I think. Do I need to take any medicine while this treatment or this is some kind of medication!
08-31-2011, 06:42 AM
Hypnosis is great for dealing with skin complaints. The skin is linked to the central nervous system. It's quality is a direct reflection of how healthy we are.
Stress can greatly drain the skin of it's healthy glow. A person who is stressed does not have that healthy glow that most of us wish to have. Hypnosis is great for removing stress, and therefore great for the skin. Almost immediately when a person is in a nice relaxing trance, you see their lines disappear as the tension disappears from the muscles in their face.
09-01-2011, 11:03 PM
Wow that is really interesting! I would love to see some studies on this.
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