True North Acupuncture partners with Sacred Skincare to provide the latest techniques in anti-aging skincare. This non-invasive, holistic approach to anti-aging treats the individual from the inside out. Tiny needles are placed in specific points in the body with a strong focus on the neck and face. The results of this precise work include wrinkle reduction, toning and firming of tired, flaccid muscles, relaxation of overly tight muscles, a brightening and evening of the complexion, and overall improvement in the patient’s health and appearance. Once inserted, acupuncture needles create a response in the body that promotes the proliferation of new collagen and elastin which help to firm and plump the skin. Benefits are noticeable immediately and astounding over a course of treatments with zero down time. Not only will you leave looking radiant, but you will feel amazing as acupuncture works to return your body to its natural state of homeostasis.


With over a decade of experience in treating health conditions from both Eastern and Western holistic medical perspectives, Kerry has helped to heal her clients from the inside out. This bilateral/complimentary approach to wellness led her to specialize in natural skincare and anti-aging treatments using Acupuncture and complementary modalities rooted in East Asian Medicine.  As part of her continuing education, Kerry was a member of the first national/ Kerry’s continuing education included being a member of the 1st National 100 hour Advanced Cosmetic Facial Acupuncture training program with the biggest names in the field. By combining time-tested modalities of Classical Chinese Medicine with modern-day scientific advancements in skincare therapy, Kerry is able to create individually designed treatments to meet her clients’ needs. 

Kerry McVey is a Licensed Acupuncturist and Massage Therapist and a Diplomat of Acupuncture through NCCAOM. She earned her MSAc. at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, her AAS at the Swedish Institute of Health Sciences, and her BA in Hispanic and Latin American Literature and Culture from New York University.