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Manual Lymphatic Drainage / Post Liposuction Massage

Experiencing these?

1. Severe Pain & Swelling after liposuction or other aesthetic surgery?
2.Unresolved Hard Lumps on localized areas where liposuction was done?
3. Same or Even Bigger Body Size after liposuction for so many months?

Surgical liposuction of any kind can leave after effects of swelling, bruising, and possibly scarring. One recovery tip for liposuction patients is liposuction massage. The areas of the body that were treated with liposuction are in bad need for some tender loving care. Without special attention or massage, those areas may take much longer to heal and leave less successful results from the procedure. Massage, otherwise known as manual lymphatic drainage, has shown to be helpful to the areas of the body where fatty tissue was traumatically removed by any variety of cosmetic surgical liposuction. Massaging invaded areas can prevent the build up of scar tissue. The tunnels left under the skin from the cannula suction tubes allow unwanted space where scar tissue may form. Massaging the area can keep scar tissue from building up and storing and hardening in those spaces. Generally, the liposuction massage can also decrease the chance of the patient showing post-surgical irregularities in the surface of the skin. Dents or dimples may form in the skin where gentle and regular massage could have assisted in maintaining smoother tissue underneath the skin layer.

The recovery period is significantly enhanced through liposuction massage. A specifically useful massage technique is that of post-liposuction massage. Stimulating the lymphatic system, this particular post-liposuction massage encourages the body’s natural detoxification. Toxins stored in the tissue and cells of the body are then removed and healing and recovery are improved. The body’s flow through connective tissue increases benefiting all areas recovering from the surgical invasion and suction of the fatty tissue. The risk of infection is also lowered because bacteria are not allowed to build up. Circulation is improved, thus delivering oxygen to the body’s muscles, tissues, and cells. The immune system is enhanced through massage continuing the fight against infection which is always a risk after surgery, even liposuction.

The benefits are obvious and any level of massage is a recommended recovery aid for liposuction patients. Although some doctors may not prescribe massage, in lieu of suggesting the patients wear a compression garment. Smooth, circular massage of the liposuction treatment area is an easy do-it-yourself type of massage stimulation for the lymphatic system. Stretching and small exercises are similar to massage. There are exercises the patient can perform during recovery to create a superior result, especially after facial liposuction. Various facial expressions and contortions are easy, simple ways to improve recovery and enhance post-liposuction results. Stretching the neck and rotating the head around to extend all sides can also prove beneficial to the post-operative patient. Post-procedural recovery time is recommended from about one week to ten days before beginning self-applied massage. The key to regulating massage during recovery is to get a professional qualified therapist to administer the pressure slowly and gently. Circular motions or even light pinching can stimulate circulation and reduce swelling potential. Post-liposuction massage has not only proven to decrease recovery time and reduce undesired after effects, it has been known to provide more superior results to patients of any liposuction procedure.

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Signature Luxury Facial Treatments

Using pure organic product from Italy, we guarantee to give your face a boosting lift! Choose from two signature facial treatments: 1) Anti-Aging Firming Facial, 2) Continental Facial.

Anti-Aging Firming Facial

An anti-aging facial will have all the steps of a basic facial, but with ingredients that are targeted to aging or “mature” skin, which is usually age 40 and up. But you can have anti-aging facials even when you’re in your thirties, because the skin is already showing signs of maturity.

As we age, our skin gets thinner and dryer. It loses collagen, which gives it a thick, plump appearance, and elastin, which makes it snap back quickly. The time it takes for healthy young cells to migrate to the topmost layer slow down, which makes skin duller looking. And our faces are more exposed to the elements, and get lines and creases from all the facial expressions we make.

An anti-aging facial might include a chemical peel, collagen masks, and special serums that have antioxidants like vitamin C or ingredients like hyaluronic acid, which attracts water to cells) exfoliates and nourishes the skin to promote clear, well-hydrated skin. It is sometimes called a “deep-cleansing facial” or or “deep-pore cleansing” facial because of extractions. There are other powerful anti-aging treatments you can get, including photo facialsphoto facials and microdermabrasion.

The Basic Steps of a Anti-Aging Facial

  • Cleansing. A anti-aging facial begins with a cleansing with cotton pads or sponges and a product chosen for mature skin, probably a creamy cleanser.
  • Skin Analysis. The esthetician covers your eyes and looks at your skin through a brightly lit magnifying lamp that reveal various skin conditions, such as dry skin, broken capillaries, age spots, fine lines and wrinkles. While older skin is less likely to have breakouts, sometimes there are large blackheads.
  • Exfoliation using a mechanical or chemical exfoliant. Mechanical exfoliation has a gritty texture and usually happens while a steam vapor is directed at your face. A chemical peel can be a stand-alone treatment or part of the facial. It is generally an upgrade and done in a series.
  • Extraction of blackheads or whiteheads if you want it and need it. (It can cause broken capillaries and discoloration if done on sensitive skin, or done improperly.) Mature skin sometimes has large, unsightly blackheads
  • Facial massage using classic strokes like effleurage to both relax you and stimulate your skin and facial muscles.
  • A facial mask targeted to mature skin. The actual mask will depend on the line the spa carries and what kind of facial you asked for.
  • Application of toners, serums and protective creams.
  • Advice on home skin care.

Continental Facial
This is pure luxury when it comes to facial treatments.  The ‘Continental’ starts with a first cleanse, followed by a deep cleanse.  After the skin has been analysed, the facial area is fully exfoliated to remove a layer of dead skin cells.  This will be followed by a relaxing and rejuvenating décolleté massage using a blend of essential oils.  This wonderful treatment is finished off with a prescription facial mask, hand blended, to suit your individual skin type and completed with a moisturiser.  This treatment is suitable for both ladies and gentlemen.

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