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Lymph drainage MASSAGE


Why is a lymphatic drainage massage necessary?

Did you know that 50% of the success of your surgery depends on post-surgery massages? Plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures, such as abdominoplasty and liposuction, can interrupt the body’s natural lymphatic pathways, leading to swelling and discomfort. That’s where a lymphatic drainage massage comes in – it can help improve circulation, reduce swelling, and aid in the body’s natural healing process. A post-lipo massage is essential for optimal results, so book your appointment today and experience the transformative benefits of lymphatic drainage massage.

Benefits of Getting a
Lymphatic Drainage Massage

  • relax the body.

  • reduce scarring.

  • relieve pain.

  • reduce post-surgical swelling.

  • prevents fibrosis formation.

  • strengthen the immune system.

  • and remove toxins from tissues.

When is the ideal time to get a lymphatic drainage massage?

Did you know that getting a Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage before and after surgery can make a significant difference in your overall recovery? Most plastic surgeons recommend getting a lymphatic drainage massage the day after surgery, but it’s also beneficial to get it prior to surgery. By stimulating the lymphatic system, this massage can help filter out waste, toxins, excess fluids, viruses, and bacteria from the body, reducing the risk of infection and enhancing the body’s natural healing process. Don’t wait until after surgery to experience the benefits of lymphatic drainage massage – book your appointment today and give your body the support it needs to thrive.

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  • Eliminate retained fluids

  • Avoid and eliminate fibrosis

  • Healing occurs more quickly

  • Hematomas are quickly removed

  • Decrease pain

  • Helps the circulatory system

  • Decrease inflammation

  • Improves the immune system

  • Recovery after surgery is faster

  • Promotes the circulation of lymph

  • Eliminate medication challenges

  • Helps rid the body of toxins 

  • Aids in purifying and regenerating tissues

What are the consequences of skipping post-surgery massages?

Skipping a proper lymphatic drainage massage after surgery can have serious consequences. Inflammation can worsen and develop into fibrosis, which is the permanent hardening of tissue, or a seroma, which is a pocket of serum, can form. Without regular massages, there is a risk of not correcting the formation of fibrosis, which can lead to a much slower and more painful recovery process. Don’t neglect your body’s needs after surgery – schedule your lymphatic drainage massage today and ensure a smooth and healthy recovery.

What You Get?

Here's Everything You Can Get In One Session Of
Our Lymphatic Drainage Massage

A session of Lymphatic Massage that will help you reduce swelling of the skin, improved appearance of skin, improved blood circulation, and even remove toxins and excess waste in the body.
This procedure can help with lymphatic drainage, potentially making the arms, legs, or abdomen look slimmer or more defined.

This procedure stimulates lymphatic circulation, it helps reduce redness and irritation; regulates sensitive skin; and increases the luminosity and softness of the skin.


We use thermo-stimulation improving blood and lymphatic circulation, accelerating metabolic processes.  This procedure can be used on the face and body as it rejuvenates the skin.



Specialists regularly suggest for best outcomes that care must be started in a day after your surgery or within the first few days following surgery (within the first 5 days), and some recommend that patients seek a standard number of treatment sessions.

It is recommended that you get the series of lymphatic drainage massage session every three months. The expert suggests massaging the arms, legs, and stomach up to 3 to 4 times a week.

Number of visits each week: First week: 3 sessions. Second week: 3 sessions. Third week: 2 sessions. Fourth week: 2 sessions. Fifth week: 1 session. Sixth week: 1 session.

A lymphatic drainage massage uses pressure applied to key areas to unblock the flow. This technique is completely painless, as constant soft pressure is applied and increased slowly. However, The post op massage is a bit annoying the first days but totally necessary to avoid fibrosis and help you with the recovery process.


Without Lymphatic Massage (LDT or MLD) the inflammation can evolve into fibrosis (a permanent hardening of the tissue) or a seroma (pocket of serum) can form. If you do not do the massages, you run the risk of not correcting the formation of fibrosis, and the recovery process is much slower and more painful