Last week, I spoke about dry brushing and how my clients practice this to increase better circulation in their bodies.
Today, I want to introduce to you another method that you can easily try at home-
Lympthatic Drainage Massage.
Lymphatic massage can help retrain the lymph system to work better for more long-term health benefits.
I incorporate this in my Oxygen facials, our clients love it. The effects are so powerful that they look and feel the difference immediately.
Here are just a few benefits from Lympthatic drainage massage
– Helps drain the sinuses, relieving sinus pressure from allergies and colds
– Minimizes scars
– Reduce Acne and Couperisis (reddening of the skin)
– Reduces fluid retention in the face, which can define the jawline and slim the entire face
And here are the steps to a lymph massage
- Massaging your neck will help drain your lymph nodes, release toxins. reduce puffiness and keep your skin looking tight.
- Begin by pulsing at the beginning of each collar bone with your index and middle finger. Do this 20 times.
- Place your thumb on the area under your ears, on your neck. You will feel the lymph nodes there.
- Then use your thumbs and push down in a smoothing motion down the neck. This will help any puffiness to disappear.
Now, I want to hear from you.
Do you practice any type of daily lymph support? Have you tried facial lymph drainage before?
Thank you for much for reading and so generously sharing. If you know a friend, relative or a colleague who loves to learn these simple tricks, pass this along to them.
With all my love,