This technology uses a combination of heat, massage, vacuum suction, infrared light, and bipolar radio frequency allowing a revolutionary efficiency and much faster than its competitors. The Velashape to target a particular area, which is why it is used for cellulite treatments. The function of lymphatic drainage is mainly to detoxify the body by eliminating toxins. This promotes the regeneration and nourishment of the skin, in addition to allowing a reduction in water retention. You may even be given a receipt for insurance purposes.
Lymphatic massage is a gentle technique that aims to stimulate the circulation of lymph in the body and thus promote the elimination of waste and toxins.
The lymph that circulates in the body contains excess fluid from the blood and tissues, but also waste products that will further be eliminated in the lymph nodes.
When the lymphatic system is not working properly, the fluid tends to accumulate and the appearance of edema can sometimes be noticeable. This accumulation of fluid is sometimes the reason for health problems such as lymphedema, stretch marks or heavy and swollen legs.
One advantage of infrared therapy is its ability to boost the immune system. As your body temperature rises, it reacts as if it were fighting a fever. Your immune system goes into action ready to fight! Thus activated, your immune system becomes stronger and increases your body's resistance to disease.
Pressure therapy is a technique of lymphatic drainage performed by a technological device. Long boots covering the entire legs perform sequential pressure from the bottom to the top by inflation and deflation. This treatment is particularly effective in improving venous and lymphatic circulation and pain related to heavy legs.