Lymphatic Facial Massage
+ LED Photofacial
A lymphatic drainage is the process of "draining" (and circulating) fluid from your lymph nodes using massage techniques. It encourages your lymphatic system to deliver fresh nutrients to your cells and wakes up your skin. Since a large number of lymph nodes are located under your chin, near your clavicle, and behind your ears, a facial that's specialized in lymphatic drainage can help revitalize your skin on a deeper level than topical treatments can reach. LED LED Photofacials use light as their energy source and take advantage of the skin-restoring power of light to boost collagen and brighten the skin. Light is commonly associated with damaging the skin (think sunburn). In fact, certain wavelengths of lights are known for their therapeutic benefits. Photofacials, such as IPL and LED, work on these wavelengths. They’ve have been scientifically proven to repair the skin at a cellular level.
Our Facials combine Lymphatic drainage massage and LED photofacial to enhance your skin.
How often should I get Lymphatic Facial Massage and LED Therapy?
Typically 4-6 treatments every 4 weeks will provide the best results.
This treatment is suitable for both men & women who suffer from impure, oily skin with enlarged pores, and/or dull skin that is in need of regeneration due to poor circulation or sun damaged skin or acne and acne scarring.
Can I get Lymphatic Facial Massage and LED Therapy after facelift?
Lymphatic massage is believed to help in the reduction of new scar tissue. By actively encouraging increased circulation to the area and clearing any system blockages, fresh blood and oxygen flood the area and support cell regeneration.
Plus, LED treatments in the first 2 – 3 weeks post-surgery has been shown to significantly reduce healing time by half. LED will also help reduce pain, swelling and redness.
Who shouldn't get
Lymphatic Facial massage and
People with the following conditions should not receive manual lymphatic drainage treatments:
heart conditions, like heart failure
Light therapy that involves only visible light is generally considered safe