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Lymphatic Compression Massage, also known as “presso-therapy” or “pneumatic compression therapy” is a mechanical form of


Every now and again a new treatment comes along that really delivers on its promise!  The Lymphatic Compression Massage suit is one such treatment. An anti-aging body massage technique, this compression massage suit offers an effective answer to many body issues. It’s versatile, relaxing and invigorating to use. One treatment will leave you with a feeling of well-being and body lightness, while after a course of treatments, you will see stunning results.

This device offers a NO TOUCH massage that improves circulation to reduce fluid retention and removes fats, toxins and excess fluid from the body. The massage suit mimics natural blood flow to the lymph nodes which then filter excess fluids and toxins. 



How does Lymphatic Compression Massage (LCM) aesthetically affect our body?

Circulatory System:  The LCM suit’s peristaltic corporal massage will act as an ‘external’ heart. It will enhance blood circulation by gently applying unidirectional peristaltic pressure on peripheral veins. Blood circulation improves, the elimination of toxins is facilitated and fresher oxygen reaches the skin cells.

Digestive System:  The LCM suit will compress and massage the abdomen. The result is relaxation of the abdominal muscles and at the same time a healthy stimulation of the bowel movements and more efficient evacuation of poisonous content from the body.

Lymphatic System:  Lymphatic flow is enhanced. Lymph flow is improved both in peripheral and deep lymph nets. The results are the evacuation of metabolic residuals from the interstitial spaces. The immunological system is benefited as well.

Muscles:  The LCM suit massages the muscles. The peristaltic movement relaxes the muscle, drains it from excessive liquids that are a product of the athletic activities and muscle effort, which also result in calming muscle spasms.

Skin:  The LCM suit’s massage will allow open flow of freshly oxygenated blood to the skin layers. Skin will look better, feel better, regain its tone and will be firmer – visually and physically. If treatments are performed regularly, cellulite will be prevented and even eliminated.

Compression Therapy Usage

  • Prevention and elimination of cellulite

  • Visual silhouette slimming

  • Strengthening loose skin (result of pregnancy, obesity)

  • Prevention and sometimes elimination of light varicose

  • Shaping, rejuvenating, detoxification and toning of skin

  • Accelerated recovery from athletic and sports performance

  • Immediate relief for “heavy legs”

  • Speed recovery of skin after liposuction, laser lipolysis, cavitation


 The Lymphatic System

The lymph vessel system carries excess water, proteins and wastes from the connective tissue back to the bloodstream. During the transportation process the lymph is cleaned, filtered and concentrated. Many immune reactions occur in the lymph nodes. If the pathways become congested, clogged, damaged or severed, then the fluids can build up in the connective tissue leading to edema and fibrosis. As a result, cell pathology may begin. If there is damage in the connective tissue (e.g. burns, chronic inflammation, ulceration, hematoma), then the lymph vessel system must transport the damaged cells, inflammatory products and toxins away from the area. The quicker this happens, the faster the recovery will be.

 In what ways does Lymphatic Compression Massage positively impact the Lymphatic System?

  • Stimulation of blood circulation and lymphatic systems, which improves supply of oxygen and nutrients to organs

  • Increase speed of removal from body the products of disintegration, liquidation of stagnation symptoms, absorption of edema

  • Better vein blood outflow

  • Decreased blood resistance in arteries enables heart functioning

  • Wider blood and lymphatic vessels, which increases blood circulation speed

 Lymphatic System Indications

Lymphatic Compression Massage can be utilized in the treatment of many different conditions including:

  • Primary and Secondary Lymphedema

  • After Mastectomy

  • Venous Insufficiency

  • Non-infected inflammatory conditions (e.g. sprains and strains)

  • Ulceration

  • Dermatological conditions

  • Circulatory disturbances

  • Sports injuries

  • Burns

  • Cellulitis tissue

  • Pre- and Post- plastic surgery


Post massage drips are encouraged to help flush out the waste and toxins. The benefits of detoxing cannot be overstated! 

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