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What is a lymphatic drainage massage?

Our Lymphatic drainage massage is the most efficient way to boost your blood circulation and lymph system. It aids in draining and moving toxins out of the body naturally, especially those stored in the lower body. When paired with gentle pressure it helps reduce the appearance of cellulite on the skin’s surface by helping toxins find their way out of the body through the lymphatic system. Lymphatic drainage therapy has been practiced for years in Latin American countries, specifically in Brazil. The Lymphatic Drainage Massage is the best option to help improve blood circulation, stimulate lymphatic drainage in the body, and will help reduce localized fat in your body, making it the perfect body-contouring treatment.

How does lymphatic drainage work?

Among the various functions of the lymphatic system is its ability to carry waste away from the cells and bloodstream to the body’s organs of elimination. The system is comprised of veins and capillaries, with one-way valves, that contains a clear fluid called lymph. This fluid also surrounds cells throughout the body and collects cellular debris before draining it into the lymphatic system. Lymph carries the waste on a one-way path toward the heart and passes through many filters (lymph nodes) where special white blood cells attack and eliminate foreign molecules.

What can I expect from the treatments?

The non-invasive treatment employs repetitive strokes in localized areas using the Lymphatic Drainage technique. By applying moderate pressure in the targeted area, the therapist will aid in the breakdown of fat and fibrous cellulite to later be eliminated naturally via the lymphatic system. This anatomically will allow reaching those stubborn pockets of stored fat that have been bothering you for years!


If you are interested in lymphatic drainage, schedule at JTAV Clinical Skincare on the Upper East Side. Contact us at (212) 755-1155 or use the button below to book an appointment.

Patient receiving lymphatic drainage treatments


Call us at (212) 755-1155 or book online using the button below.