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Lymphatic drainage is a technique that moves lymph, the fluid responsible for fighting bacteria and infection in the body, towards lymph nodes. Those nodes then filter the lymph and expel any toxins. The process also encourages the body to produce more lymph, bolstering the immune system and your body’s ability to fight infection. The treatment uses light pressure, so it’s also a great way to relax. 

 

Therapists typically begin the treatment by working the neck area to open up lymph nodes. Once the nodes are open, practitioners work to move fluids towards them from all around the body. And yes,  the rumours are true – it’s not uncommon to feel the need to pee during or after a lymphatic drainage treatment. That’s just your body working to expel the toxins.

After a Lymphatic Drainage, it is always a good idea to stay hydrated to help your body flush out toxins and waste. Drinking a warm glass of water with lemon first thing in the morning is also a good idea – it’ll help with liver function. 

 

A Brazilian Lymphatic Drainage is similar to the regular lymphatic but more. Brazilian Lymphatic Drainage by Brazilicious®️ is an exclusive method that instantaneously sculpts your body. It starts with an invigorating warm-up; stimulating specific points of the body, while improving blood circulation with “cupping.” The Majority of the work is done manually and is perfect for aligning and exalting your curves. 

 

• RESULTS: Can be seen right away

• RECOVERY TIME: None

• PROCEDURE TIME: 50-60 minutes

• USED FOR: Detoxification and Relaxation

• PAIN LEVEL: 1 out of 5

 

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