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Reduce the Appearance of Redness with our Rosacea Facial Masks

Reduce the Appearance of Redness with our Rosacea Facial Masks

Do you have a red or easily-flushed face?  Do you have acne-like blemishes but your skin is too sensitive or dry to use most acne products?  We have the right Rosacea Facial masks formulated with clay & herbs for your complexion. We make two varieties of our RosaceaHerbalTM Facial Masks.  They are my favorite clay […]

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Our Acne Herbal Facial Mask Can Help Your Complexion – 100% Naturally

Our Acne Herbal Facial Mask Can Help Your Complexion – 100% Naturally

Zi Zai Dermatology crafts a variety of clay & herb facial masks.  Each of our various facial masks, including our Acne Herbal Facial Mask, contain both cosmetic mineral clays and finely powdered Chinese herbs that you can safely use on the delicate skin of your face.  Each one is formulated with clays and herbs chosen […]

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Welcome Our Newest Acupuncturist Brenna!

Welcome Our Newest Acupuncturist Brenna!

Please give a warm welcome to the newest acupuncturist to join our clinic…Brenna Galves!  Brenna’s enthusiasm for Chinese Medicine is infectious and inspiring.  Allow us to introduce her to you… BRENNA GALVES, Dipl. OM, MSTOM, L.A.c. Diplomate of Oriental Medicine, Licensed Acupuncturist, NCCAOM Board certified Herbalist Educational Foundation Brenna received her Master’s of Science and […]

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Getting Started in Chinese Medicine Dermatology

Getting Started in Chinese Medicine Dermatology

If you follow me here or on social media, you’ll already know that I am very passionate about dermatology and using Chinese Herbal Medicine to treat skin diseases.  If you are a current practitioner of Chinese Medicine or a student who has finished herbal training, I’ve got some good news for you.  I am going […]

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Facial Acupuncture Is Safe and Effective for Bell’s Palsy

Facial Acupuncture Is Safe and Effective for Bell’s Palsy

Guest post written by Terry Fox, Licensed Acupuncturist at Zi Zai Dermatology. I was so frightened. I remember looking in the mirror and putting up a hand to feel the right side of my face. It felt odd – not quite numb, but not quite normal either. I couldn’t blink or close my right eye. […]

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Facial Acupuncture for Trigeminal Neuralgia Pain

Facial Acupuncture for Trigeminal Neuralgia Pain

Guest post written by Terry Fox, Licensed Acupuncturist at Zi Zai Dermatology. Trigeminal neuralgia is a chronic pain condition that affects the trigeminal nerve, which carries sensation from your face to your brain.  If you suffer from Trigeminal Neuralgia, you know exactly how painful it can feel. But, for those who’ve never experienced it, this […]

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What Having Full Body Hives Felt Like and How I Treated It

What Having Full Body Hives Felt Like and How I Treated It

For those of you who know me or have read my story on why I started this company, you know I really f****ing hate to itch…it drives me mad…temporarily insane, really.  I have very sensitive skin and I have a history of developing urticaria (hives) very easily when my leg or ankle brushes up against […]

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China Trip Part 3: In and Around Nanjing

China Trip Part 3: In and Around Nanjing

I hope you enjoyed my 2 previous posts about my September trip to Nanjing, China.  If you missed them, Part 1 explores behind the scenes in the teaching hospitals of the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine.  Part 2 of this 3-part blog series shows you around the new campus of the university and their medicinal […]

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New Product for Raw Lips

New Product for Raw Lips

Announcing our newest product for your lips:  RawRedemption™ Herbal Lip Oil! If you suffer from exfoliative cheilitis, a recurrent lip rash, or an allergy that has made your lips raw and irritated, then you will want our RawRedemption™ Herbal Lip Oil. The herbal oil comes in a glass vial with a stainless steel roller ball […]

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China Trip 2017 Part 2: The Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine

China Trip 2017 Part 2: The Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine

In September I had the fortune of visiting the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine (NUCM or NUTCM), located in the Jiangsu province of southern China.  NUTCM is the university where I completed an official externship back in 1999, shortly after graduating from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine.  At that time, I trained with Dr. […]

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