The Lymphatic Drainage Facial (Intro)
- 50 min50 minutes
- 125 US dollars$125
- North Lake Avenue
This introductory facial is done by gently massaging the lymph nodes and removing toxins, stimulating the lymphatic system to provide your cells with new nourishment. This results in a more defined jawline, a deflated face, and a radiant complexion are the results, which over time, can help with improved firmness, a lack of sallowness, and plumpness. What is a lymphatic drainage facial? The lymphatic system is an extensive drainage system connected to every organ in the body, which regulates bodily fluid. It aids in the body's natural detoxification process by helping to transport important nutrients while removing waste and pollutants. The lymphatic system in your body does not have a separate pump as the circulatory system does. And that is how lymphatic massage can help with it. A qualified esthetician may use their hands or a gua sha stone to stimulate flow because our face and neck have a high concentration of lymph nodes. Simple lymphatic stimulation can assist skin issues like puffiness, acne, dryness, dullness, and even skin sensitivity since it encourages the body to repair itself. Benefits: 1. Improves dull skin. Your skin's appearance can be significantly impacted by lymphatic drainage, particularly if you are exhibiting symptoms of lymphatic accumulation. When you remove that accumulation and promote circulation, those essential nutrients can much more easily get to the skin cells, and nourished, content skin cells seem much more radiant. 2. Decreases puffiness. Deflating any puffiness, gentle massage techniques can aid in draining and circulating that extra fluid. 3. May help with acne. Acne, outbreaks, and dry skin are all symptoms of a sluggish lymphatic system. As the lymphatic system fills up with trash, inflammation may develop. You can prevent the skin from becoming clogged by clearing out that waste and promoting flow. 4. Massages the sinuses. A lymphatic drainage facial can assist in clearing the airways and removing some of the fluid.
301 North Lake Avenue, Pasadena, CA, USA