Our amazing hydra-jet facial can do many things. It cleanses, exfoliates, bathes the skin in oxygen, and uses water pressure to infuse the skin with vital nutrients. It can also numb the skin with our specialized techniques, or extract acne without damaging the skin.
The hydra-jet can also help our aesthetician give you your most effective lymphatic drainage massage. Using the water pressure and oxygen, our aesthetician uses a series of movements to draw out fluid from your lymph nodes and drain it. The pathways she uses are similar to what is seen in the photo to the left. To you, it just feels like a refreshing massage done with water and air. But this cooling massage is of tremendous benefit to your skin and overall health.
Draining your lymph nodes with massage encourages lymph flow in the body. It is particularly good for detoxification. The lymph system exists in your directly beneath your skin and acts as a compliment to your circulatory system. It delivers nutrients, and it also carries away excess water, waste, bacteria, viruses and toxins. We’ve all felt our swollen lymph nodes in the neck when we have a cold or the flu. These reflect a build up of toxins in the lymphatic system.
Lymphatic massage helps drain the lymph-nodes, speeding up the processing of toxins. Not only does lymphatic drainage help you stay healthier, but it can also help you prevent cellulite and acne.
Our aesthetician uses very light, circular movements – done with the Hydra-Jet – to stimulate the lymphatic system, draining puffy and swollen tissue.
After your treatment, we recommend that you drink plenty of water to support the detoxification process.
Lymphatic massage done with the hydra-jet is just one of the many perks that this treatment offers our patients.*
*Results may vary from patient to patient
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