True North Acupuncture partners with Sacred Skincare to bring you the best anti-aging skincare has to offer. Cosmetic facial acupuncture utilizes the placement of tiny needles over the entire body with a strong concentration on the neck and face. By promoting the overall improvement of one’s health - body, mind and spirit - this service enhances the beautification process from the inside out. Results include the easing of fine lines and wrinkles, improvement in tone of facial muscles by relaxing areas that are too tight and strengthening flaccid or weak muscles, sculpting and lifting of the cheeks and jawline, reduction in sagging and brightening of overall complexion. Facial acupuncture strongly promotes the proliferation in cell production of collagen and elastin which plumps and nourishes the skin. Treatments are individualized based on the person’s underlying constitution, skincare needs and facial concerns. With zero downtime, cosmetic facial acupuncture leaves you looking and feeling your best. Noticeable improvement is seen immediately with remarkable effects achieved through a series of treatments.


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 approach to wellness led her to specialize in natural skincare and anti-aging treatments using Acupuncture and complementary modalities rooted in East Asian Medicine.  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 in Acupuncture 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.