Lymphatic Drainage is Life

The bath water of our body’s cells.
Your lymph system includes organs, vessels, and tissues that move or drain a water-like fluid called lymph from other parts of your body into your bloodstream. It is also an important part of your immune system; keeping fluids in your body balanced and protecting against infections.

Sometimes the lymphatic system needs extra help to cleanse your body of excess water and unwanted toxins. If the system gets blocked at a lymph node you may experience areas of swelling, pain, and it could lead to other health issues. Many indicators can suggest that your lymphatic fluid isn't circulating effectively, leading to a buildup of toxins. You might be familiar with some of the more obvious signs, such as puffy hands, feeling bloated, low energy, or swollen lymph nodes in your neck during an illness.

Your skin can also be a sign for your lymphatic health. Concerns like dryness, itching, dullness or premature aging, acne, and rashes could all be a sign of a lymphatic system that’s not up to speed. Since a significant portion of the lymph system is just below the skin’s surface, its condition directly impacts skin health.

Healthy circulation is key to health.
This is when a good lymphatic massage can make a world of difference. It’s a gentle nudge to your body’s natural cleansing system could be the first step to clearing up that fog and reclaiming your wellness.

Dry Brushing works to relieve swelling by coaxing lymph fluid from your tissues to your functioning lymph nodes. Unlike traditional massage, lymphatic drainage massage uses light pressure to mobilize the lymphatic system, which lies directly beneath the skin.

Regular gentle massage, dry skin brushing, and drinking fresh mineral water will help support a healthy lymphatic system. Try our specialized Dry Brush Massage to relax and learn how to dry brush at home for optimal health and longevity!