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Lympatic Drainage

  • 45 minutes
  • 89 US dollars
  • Lake Forest Boulevard

Service Description

Lymphatic drainage is a therapeutic massage technique designed to stimulate the circulation of lymph fluid around the body. This technique aids in the removal of waste products and toxins from the bodily tissues, and it is part of the lymphatic system, which is a key component of the body’s immune system. Purpose and Function of the Lymphatic System: The lymphatic system consists of lymph nodes, lymph vessels, and organs such as the spleen and thymus. It plays a crucial role in managing the fluid levels in the body, filtering out bacteria, and housing types of white blood cells that are vital for immune response. Lymph itself is a clear, slightly yellowish fluid that transports nutrients and oxygen to cells, collects toxins, and is filtered through the lymph nodes. How Lymphatic Drainage is Performed: Lymphatic drainage is typically performed by a trained therapist who uses a series of gentle, rhythmic hand movements to stimulate the lymph vessels located just beneath the skin. These movements follow the direction of lymph flow and encourage the drainage of fluid into the lymph nodes where toxins can be filtered out. Benefits of Lymphatic Drainage: Reduced Swelling and Edema: Lymphatic drainage is particularly effective in reducing swelling and edema that can occur after surgery or injury, and in health conditions such as lymphedema. Detoxification: By accelerating the rate at which the body removes waste and toxins, lymphatic drainage can help improve overall health and vitality. Immune System Support: Since the lymphatic system is integral to the immune system, improving its flow can help enhance the body’s natural defenses. Promotion of Healing: Speeding up the removal of waste products and decreasing inflammatory responses can help tissues heal faster. Relaxation and Pain Relief: The gentle, soothing techniques used can also help relax the body and may alleviate pain by reducing pressure on nerves and tissues. Applications: Lymphatic drainage is used in various medical conditions involving swelling or edema, such as lymphedema post-mastectomy or other surgeries. It’s also utilized in the treatment of lipoedema, and it can be beneficial in cosmetic surgery recovery, speeding up healing and reducing swelling. Considerations: While lymphatic drainage can be very beneficial, it is not suitable for everyone. It should be avoided by people with certain health conditions such as acute infections, congestive heart failure, or blood clots.


Cancellation Policy

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING BEFORE YOUR APPOINTMENT: Thank You Valued client for choosing Silk Curves! We appreciate your business. Friendly Reminders: Please drink 1 bottle (8 ounces) of water 1 hour before your session. Do not apply lotion, perfume or oils on your skin before your session and always remember to bring a WAIST TRAINER. 15 minutes late is considered to be a "No Show",( if you don't call). If you do call and let me know you are late, you may be able to still make your appointment, but it will also end at your originally scheduled time.(We cannot run into another client's time. When purchasing a package of 2 or more sessions, it must be completed within 60 days. No exceptions to this rule Inform our office of any cancellations 24 hours prior to your appointment. If you cancel the same day you will have to reschedule for another day if there is no available time for that same day and pay another deposit to hold the new appointment. If you book for the Liquid Lipo or Liquid BBL and you do not show or call 24 hours before your appointment, you will be charged a "No Show Nurse Fee" of $50.00 All Sales are final. We do not provide refunds, returns on merchandise, exchange of services, substitutions, or credits. When your session(s) is submitted and you make an appointment with Silk Curves, you are agreeing to the above mentioned cancellation terms. There are no exceptions to the above mentioned terms.


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