After Lipo Massage

Published on 11 October 2021 at 15:14

What is an after lipo massage? 

The after lipo massage is a treatment that is performed after a liposuction, tummy tuck, Brazilian butt lift or other procedure. During these treatments, the emphasis is on the recovery of the body after the procedure. We focus on a healthy recovery and a beautiful result. The after lipo massage is an important treatment for the recovery of the body after surgery. During a procedure, the body collects moisture and releases the skin from the tissue, which can cause you to experience a feeling of pressure or pain. After surgery, swelling and unevenness in the connective tissue may also occur. The after lipo massage ensures that swelling is prevented, excess fluid is drained and the body is shaped as desired. In addition, the after lipo massage contributes to a speedy recovery of the body.


The treatment

We perform the massage after liposuction is performed by means of manual lymphatic drainage, which is a massage of the skin to support and stimulate the lymphatic system. This ensures that your lymphatic system reactivates and the excess fluid can be easily drained. We also use ultrasound, which minimizes bruising and swelling and we use radio frequency and infrared to tighten the skin. Benefits after lipo massage Lymph drainage is a massage technique that acts on the lymphatic system. The massage stimulates to work quickly and thereby move the lymph to the lymph nodes. Lymph is the fluid in the vessels of the lymph nodes. It is characterized by its discosity, absence of color, because it contains organic and inorganic substances, residen and toxins.


The benefits of an after lipo massage are:

• Boosts the immune system

• Reduces inflammation

• It reduces swelling

• It stimulates the drainage of excess moisture

• It reduces pain and bruising

• It reduces and prevents hard lumps (fibrosis)

• It improves your body contours.


In this treatment we work with the best techniques and best equipment to obtain a good result. Because every body is different, the number of treatments varies from person to person. A range of 10-30 treatments is usual.

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