Manual Lymphatic Drainage for Acne, Rosacea, and Eczema

Manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) was developed back in the 1930’s

by a Danish doctor, Dr. Emil Vodder. MLD was first used to treat

sinusitis and other immune disorders.

The Lymphatic System is a part of the circulatory System and a vital part of the immune system. One of the Main functions of the Lymph System is to provide a defense in the immune system by carrying the white blood cells through your body. It also Helps balance fluid and distribute immune cells throughout the body to maintain health and defend against disease, rids tissues of excess proteins and toxins.

The Main purpose is to protect the body against harmful microorganisms, poisons, and dead or dying cells. 

What is Manual Lymphatic Drainage?

MLD is a light, relaxing, rhythmic massage using ½ to 8 ounces of pressure going in the direction of your lymphatic system. MLD boosts the lymphatic system, giving it a kick start. 

 

Why lymphatic massage for acne, Rosacea, and Eczema?

Unhealthy skin is caused by poor circulation. MLD increases the white blood cell circulation and removes wastes and toxins from skin cells, improving lymph circulation, the appearance of the skin is greatly enhanced.  Massage is recommended during the acute stage.  MLD also benefits the red, thickened, coarse skin resulting from chronic edema, most commonly found in the lower extremities and clients with edema.

 

What will the results be?

With the first few treatments you may see an increase in pimples, the second and third treatment may show inflammation and then disappear.  With regular treatments you skin will start to clear with in one to two weeks.

How often, how long are the treatments, and how many sessions?

Face massage will be from your clavicle up through your face including your forehead.  

Other areas (arms, legs, back, buttocks, etc.) will be the area affected up through your cavicle.                                                                  

Each session will be 30 Minutes. Treatments should be 2 – 3 times a week until the acne has cleared. Once your acne has cleared, maintenance sessions will be needed, how often depends on the reoccurrence of your symptoms.

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