Facila lymph

Facial lymph for reducing swelling

The goal of manual lymphatic massage is to treat the skin by supporting the lymphatic circulation and activating the skin’s metabolism. Lymph therapy promotes the removal of waste products from the skin and subcutaneous tissues, reduces and prevents swelling, and improves skin color.

Facial lymph is ideal for people who suffer from swelling of the face – especially around the eyes – if the skin is couperosa or is otherwise sensitive and reddened, and to activate gray and dysfunctional skin. Because lymph activates the functions of the skin, it is well suited for aging skin as well as for the treatment of scars. It can also be done before and after facial surgeries.

Espoo | Helsinki

Facila lymph

Facial lymph for reducing swelling

The goal of manual lymphatic massage is to treat the skin by supporting the lymphatic circulation and activating the skin’s metabolism. Lymph therapy promotes the removal of waste products from the skin and subcutaneous tissues, reduces and prevents swelling, and improves skin color.

Facial lymph is ideal for people who suffer from swelling of the face – especially around the eyes – if the skin is couperosa or is otherwise sensitive and reddened, and to activate gray and dysfunctional skin. Because lymph activates the functions of the skin, it is well suited for aging skin as well as for the treatment of scars. It can also be done before and after facial surgeries.

Espoo | Helsinki

What is the lymphatic system?

The lymphatic system plays a vital role in maintaining the fluid balance in the body. In addition to blood circulation, it is another body transport system. The lymphatic system extends to all the organs and tissues in the body. Its job is to transport all the substances and fluids from the tissues back into the bloodstream that the venous system is unable to carry.

What is lymph?

Lymph is a fluid that travels from the interstitial space to the lymphatics and capillaries. It consists primarily of water, proteins, and cellular metabolites.

What is a lymphatic massage?

Lymphatic massage is a treatment that aims to promote the circulation of the lymph fluid. Danish doctor of biology Emil Vodder and his wife Estrid developed lymphatic therapy in 1930. Vodder is considered the father of lymphatic massage.

How is a lymphatic massage done?

Lymphatic massage is a gentle hand-pumping method. Its purpose is to pump lymph fluid in the direction of the lymphatic vessels, whereby its flow is accelerated. A massage with your fingers or a whole hand produces an alternating pumping and suction effect on the suction chamber. The purpose of treatment is to promote the flow of tissue fluid and lymph, and to enhance and support lymphatic circulation and thereby reduce swelling in the tissue.

What are the benefits of lymphatic massage?

When the lymphatic system is impaired, the proteinaceous fluid remains in the tissue and causes swelling. A disorder that causes swelling can be caused by a variety of causes, such as inflammation, trauma, surgery, radiation, or a person’s innate characteristics. The effects of lymphatic massage are on the lymphatic system of the body and on the surface of the skin. The lymph vessels are stimulated so that the proteins can travel with the fluid through the lymphatics back into the bloodstream. Excess fluid and slag are easily stored in the tissues. The purpose of the treatment is to transport fluid and waste products into the lymph nodes, from where they continue to enter the bloodstream and eventually leave the body with urine.

Lymphatic massage by a beautician

The goal of manual lymphatic massage is to treat the skin by supporting the lymphatic circulation and activating the skin’s metabolism. Lymph therapy promotes the removal of waste products from the skin and subcutaneous tissues, reduces and prevents swelling, and improves skin color. The facial lymph has a relaxing and soothing effect on the skin. It is ideal for soothing the skin after mechanical cleansing, for example. Lymphatic massage also enhances the absorption and effect of the ingredients used in the treatment, and otherwise supports other methods of treatment by a beautician.

Who is a facial lymphatic massage for?

Facial lymph is ideal for people who suffer from swelling of the face – especially around the eyes – if the skin is couperosa or is otherwise sensitive and reddened, and to activate gray and dysfunctional skin. Because lymph activates the functions of the skin, it is well suited for aging skin as well as for the treatment of scars. It can also be done before and after facial surgeries. The most effective results are achieved with serial treatment.
  • preventive beauty care
  • relaxing and refreshing
  • swelling of the face

Who is not suitable for lymphatic massage?

Contraindications to lymphatic massage include malignancies, acute skin conditions or inflammation, acute inflammation or disease of the body, blood clots, severe heart problems, swelling due to the disease, inflamed severe acne, kidney disease, diseases of the lymphatic system.
  • cancer, cancerous tumors, leukemia
  • tuberculosis
  • thrombosis
  • goitre
  • heart disease

What is good to consider after a lymphatic massage?

After lymph treatment, drink plenty of fluids and listen to your own feelings, and rest if necessary. On the same day after treatment, it is recommended to avoid sauna and strenuous exercise.