Detox by Drainage:   A Dreamy Lymphatic Massage

What is a lymphatic massage? What are the benefits?

What is a lymphatic massage and why would you want to stimulate your lymph nodes anyway? Through a message aimed to stimulate your lymph nodes, your body is given a natural detox process a boost, reducing bloating, and promoting a sense of wellbeing.

If you aren’t an anatomy buff, the lymph system serves as a central part of the immune system. Professionals suggest that the lymphatic drainage technique can help treat an “ a  variety of health concerns” (Wong par 2).

Originally developed in the 1930s, the message was intended for the treatment of lymphedema; it tends to cause pain and heaviness in the arms and legs. Now available at  Bellagena Spa, a lymphatic drainage facial can help with swelling and fatigue associated with menopause. A lymphatic massage facial can be used for issues like post-exercise recovery, acne, cellulite, and eczema. 

Check out this statement by Sara Novak of Organic Authority nutrition and wellness:  “Enthusiasts says that lymphatic drainage massage is super relaxing and that during a session you’re likely to be so at ease that you may fall asleep. But there’s much more to it than just relaxation. The main role of the lymph nodes is the detoxification of the body. It’s where cell and metabolic waste are stored. And by accelerating the drainage of the lymph nodes, the body is faster at releasing any build up of cellular waste. The lymph nodes hold onto pollution found in our water, air, and food. The purpose of lymphatic drainage massage is to accelerate the drainage of lymph via the liver” (Novak).

There are so many different pros to lymphatic drainage facials. Listed below are just a few.

Internal Benefits

Some internal benefits of a lymphatic drainage facial include:

● It purifies your body of toxins

● It relieves fluid retention

● It accelerates healing

● It boosts immunity

 

External Benefits

Some internal benefits of a lymphatic drainage facial include:

● It minimizes the appearance of cellulite, resulting in a reduced appearance of dimples and bumps.

● It helps prevent stretch marks

● It reduces acne breakouts

● It firms, hydrates and brightens skin

(Fallon)

Want to detox? Why don’t you give a lymphatic drainage facial a try at Bellagena Spa? You won’t regret it!

Credit

Fallon, Brittany Burhop. “8 Reasons Why You Should Try Lymphatic Massage.” NewBeauty,  NewBeauty Magazine, 2 Aug. 2017, 

Novak, Sara. “Better Than It Sounds: Get a Lymphatic Drainage Massage (Seriously).”  Organic Authority, Organic Authority, 17 Jan. 2017, 

Wong, Cathy. “How Lymphatic Drainage Can Reduce Pain and Swelling.” Very well Health,  Verywellhealth

 

 

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