Diane Lane Get's Straight To The Point On Her Beauty Tips

Celebrity Secrets: Diane Lane When it comes to aging gracefully, Diane Lane is definitely on the right path. Even with a couple of laugh lines here and there, it’s hard to believe that she’s already pushing 50. She may have played the role of superman’s mom in the recent Man of Steel, but this beauty has her own secrets that she is willing reveal.

Acupuncture Facelifts

Diane Lane, along with a whole list of other celebrities such Madonna, Gweneth, and Cher are apparently all fans of acupuncture facelifts. From furrowed brows to sagging jaw lines, if you’re looking for a fix, these days, needles seem to be the new knives. Why go under when a prick can do the trick? And I’m not talking about botox either. Introducing Acupuncture Facelifts.
Acupuncture, a form of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), is designed to free up chi, or energy. When the needles -- approximately 30-40 -- are applied to the body and face, production of collagen and elastin may be stimulated and skin is "plumped up."- Martha Lucas, PhD, Professional Acupuncturist
So, what’s the point?

Benefits of Acupuncture Facelifts:

What makes acupuncture facelifts effective is that the changes start at a cellular level- right from the very root.
  • Increases blood flow
  • Boosts collagen production
  • Revitalizes skin
  • Tones and facial muscles
  • Tightens skin
  • Reduces wrinkles
  • Reduces dark circles and eye bags too
  • Removes toxins
And believe it or not, Acupuncture Facelifts are PAIN FREE!!! But if you could care less to go to a clinic, check out this Japanese micro needling product that you can try at home!

More On Diane

Here is a video of Diane Lane. Although it’s a bit outdated, about 2 years or so, she still stands by these secrets. But she does more than just sleep... Diane Lane loves Yoga and Stretching.

"I do it whenever I can."

 "Flexibility is probably more important to me than strength or stamina. You also have to be flexible in your own life."


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