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What is lymphatic drainage?

by Ace Damon
What is lymphatic drainage?

Lymphatic Drainage is a massage technique that aims to stimulate the lymphatic system – a complex network of vessels that move fluids throughout the body – to work faster. Among the main benefits of this method are: reduced fluid retention, activation of blood circulation, combating cellulite and / or body relaxation.

The function of this process is to remove the lymph that accumulates between the cells, which may be caused by a person's delay in lymph production, for example, or difficulties with cell absorption. With this stimulation, there is a decrease in swelling and an improvement in cellulite. The procedure also improves circulation in general, relaxes the body and can act discreetly to combat localized fat – as massage increases the metabolism of the site.

It can be applied by certified practitioners, such as physiotherapists or massage therapists, either manually or with endermology devices, may require several sessions and, for best results, requires some care on your part, such as balanced diet, fluid intake and regular practice. physical exercise.

The general benefits of Lymphatic Drainage, such as improvement in case of swelling (Edema), can be felt immediately. In the case of cellulite, the results depend on a number of factors, such as diet, smoking or stress. In the degree of cellulite, you need to change habits that cause fluid retention. In more advanced cases, more Lymphatic Drainage sessions are required for results to appear.

In our Clinic, we have a certified professional for the application of the process – the Massage Therapist, Paula Melo.

Like so many other people who have chosen Dermoclinic & Micropigmentation – Dori Silva, trust our professionals.

If in doubt, do not hesitate. We will clarify all your questions.

For more information, please contact us through the following contact means:

– Through the Messages, on our website Facebook;

– Through our telephone contact: 291 645 834.

– Through our email: (email protected)

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