Pressotherapy – Lymphatic Drainage is an exclusive detoxifying treatment, which through effective lymphatic drainage, helps to promote the body’s natural toxin clearing functions available at Beauty & Shine Vauxhall, Nine Elms London.
Sedentary lifestyle, stressful days at work and quick trips leave marks on your body. Lymphatic drainage is a therapy which uses the method of blowing in the air in order to create a pressure on a specific part of the body, thereby it mechanically pushes the accumulated intracellular fluid. The therapy stimulates the function of the lymphatic system to excrete toxins and excess fluid faster from the body. The entire treatment leads to a state of relaxation, cessation of swelling and pain which may be present earlier.
Lymphatic drainage is a medial treatment that stimulates the degradation of cellulite, reducing of volume, better blood supplies to the tissues and eliminating of edema. Lymphatic drainage, also called Pressotherapy, achieves balance of fluids in the body and better overall health because a lymph liquid which consists of plasma, white blood cells (lymphocytes) and some red blood cells – that is, its lymphocytes bind to themselves foreign or cancer cells, substances, microbes and expel them from the body. Lymph passes through many lymph glands that are the size of 3-6 centimeters, and their task is to purify the lymph from bacteria by circulating throughout the body.
For best results, it is recommended that clients receive a series of treatments, ranging from 8-15 treatments, depending on specific individual needs. Weekly 1 – 2 treatments are recommended to achieve individual results.
BENEFITS OF PRESSOTHERAPY
Reduces the volume of the legReduces leg swellingBreaking and degradation of cellulite (performance improves in conjunction with G5 Intense Toning and Dermology treatments)Improves circulationHelps in fortifying and tightening of the skinHelps expel toxic substances from the bodyApplication of pressotherapy contributes in healing processes in the human body
Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)Presence of any pain or numbnessAcute infection of the affected limbCardiac Heart Failure (CHF)Any instance where increase venous and lymphatic return is undesirable