East Natural Therapy

133 Rollins Avenue Suite 6, Rockville

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Aetheticians pamper clients with Acu needles and a smoothing facial that reduce wrinkles

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1 ratings1 reviews
Rating of 1 out of 5 stars
August 21, 2022
Where do I start? If you want an HONEST and ACTUAL review, please read to the end. I purchased this Groupon, thinking I would receive a very nice facial, based on the reviews and the description. Boy, was I WRONG!!! First of all, the moment you walk in the door, you are met with their sales pitches, to try and get you to purchase additional services. The facial began with her using some kind of oil and CVS cotton pads. She kept dipping the pad in a pan of water, and coming back to wipe my face with it (unsanitary). No actual wash cloths, like most places use. There was a pungent smell to the oil, and I did not see the purpose of doing this. There was no real spa products used on my face, no steam, no oxygen (as I was told was included). Just some bad smelling oil and water. Next, she began massaging my face, and in the process, stuck her fingers somewhat deep in my ears. She then began massaging my arms, legs, and feet. I did not go there for a body massage, only a decent facial. Then, she applied a prepackaged cucumber wrap to my face, and just left the room for almost 30 minutes. Meanwhile, I’m laying there confused, wondering how in the world they got such good reviews on here. Another staff member then came in and applied acupuncture needles to my face, as they advised me they would. I was then left for another 15/20 minutes just laying there. Once the needles were removed, there was NOTHING further done to my face. I was left with the residue of the wrap, and no other products applied. I cannot believe these people are actually in business. This felt like the biggest scam. I received a facial in San Francisco while on vacation, and it was one of the best facial I ever received. The person called out every product used on my face before she applied them. I was in a real spa, with soft music, scented candles, and actual products. I was hoping for a similar experience, but received something completely opposite. To top it off, they press you for a tip for the crappy service that they provide. I would not recommend my worse enemy to go here for a facial. Save your money and find a real and legitimate esthetician. LESSON LEARNED!!!
70 ratings65 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
July 24, 2021
Simply the Best!!!!⭐️
3 ratings3 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
April 13, 2021
Wonderful experience. Will be returning.
1 ratings1 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
April 2, 2022
It was great. Have extreme sciatica and-it is nearly gone after 1 treatment. Pleasant relaxing experience
7 ratings5 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
December 1, 2021
The service was amazing. I felt so much better after my session. I also received some great advice that I’m going to follow. I already booked my follow up appointment
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  • $58 for one anti-aging facial ($137 value)
  • $148 for three anti-aging facials ($411 value)

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About East Natural Therapy

At East Natural Therapy, wellness practitioner Maureen Meng draws from ancient practices to help her clients manage everything from insomnia to chronic illness. The licensed acupuncturist, who has been practicing more than 25 years and has been featured on the likes of CNN, FOX News, and CNBC, works to balance the body’s internal energy pathways using strategically placed acupuncture needles or tissue-manipulating qigong tui na massage strokes.

Though much of her practice is steeped in the wisdom of the past, she isn’t afraid to rope in more modern approaches when necessary. Ceragem treatments, for instance, rely on automatic massage beds that stimulate specific vertebrae, muscles, and nerves to help diminish a whole host of problems, including migraines and poor respiratory function.