Lymphatic Drainage Massage

Lymphatic drainage is a soft and light type of massage applied to the circulatory system. Its objective is to mobilize the body’s fluids in order to favour the elimination of waste substances that accumulate in the liquid that occupies the space between the cells.

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One of the main applications of lymphatic drainage is in the retention of liquids, although in aesthetic medicine it is also used in the treatment of cellulite, circulation problems, tired legs, healing processes, acne, edema, etc.

Lymphatic drainage is a good treatment for the skin, as it promotes blood circulation. Normally, depending on the type of problem for which the massage is required, it may take up to ten sessions of approximately one hour for the effects to be noticeable.

Benefits of Lymphatic Drainage Massage:

  • Helps reabsorb liquids.
  • It has a sedative action on pain.
  • Reduces inflammation.
  • Contributes to improving the body’s defenses.
  • It produces a relaxing effect, so it is recommended for stressful situations.

Another of the most important applications of lymphatic drainage focuses on the post-operative processes of cosmetic surgery interventions, as it helps to accelerate the healing of tissues, reduces swelling and pain, prevents edema.