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What is a Lymphatic Drainage Massage?

Our lymph system is a communication network between our organs, enabling essential nutrients to travel across our body and toxins to be flushed out to the lymph glands. The lymphatic system is also the first line of defence of our immune system, and gives the signal to all the infection-fighting cells when a harmful microorganism infects the body.

Lymphatic drainage massages are a light pressure massage that enhance the natural flow of your lymphatic system, unclogging any trapped proteins or toxins.

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What is Lymphatic Drainage London treatment

What concerns can a Lympathic Drainage Massage in London help to address?

Lymphatic drainage massages performed at our specialist London clinics can help to improve microcirculation and has therefore been used to speed up the healing process of scars post-surgery. As well, by enhancing the elimination of toxins, this can help to diminish the appearance of cellulite and enhance the elimination of fat from our body. Meaning a Lympathic drainage massage can be a great add-on treatment to all cellulite and fat reduction treatments.

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We assign your very own Treatment Coordinator who will carry out an initial consultation to discuss your medical history, decide on the best approach for your goals and address any queries you may have.

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What types of Lymphatic massage in London do we offer?

Electrolymphatic Massage

Electrolymphatic Massage Therapy is our very relaxing lymphatic drainage massage in London, utilising an advanced handheld device that emits light technology to create an energy field that will help to disperse any areas of underlying lymph congestion, especially in the upper body. This holistic electrolymphatic massage can help to speed up healing of post-surgery scars as well as assist in smoothing out cellulite.

Pressotherapy Lymphatic Massage

Pressotherapy is a form of pressured air massage that is 800 times stronger than a manual lymphatic drainage massage. A specialist body suit allows pressure to be applied to certain areas through its unique design.

Air is pumped through the required compartments, applying pressure and encouraging lymphatic drainage and flow. Our Pressotherapy treatment is ideal for enhancing the results of our cellulite, inch loss and fat reduction treatments.


Why choose EF MEDISPA for a Lymphatic drainage London treatment?

At EF MEDISPA, your comfort and safety are paramount. We pride ourselves in employing the best professionals and we are always seeking out for the latest technology to provide you the best quality of services and maximum results.

From your initial consultation, right the way through to your last appointment, our highly experienced Treatment Coordinators and therapists will be by your side to provide necessary advice and insights for each treatment. They will listen to your concerns and take your full medical history to ensure they devise a bespoke treatment plan that is tailored to your own individual needs.

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Lymphatic Drainage FAQs

What is lymphatic drainage?

Lymphatic drainage is a treatment that is designed to reduce stagnant fluid in your lymphatic system. If this system is not functioning to its full potential, there may be unwanted toxins in your body. A lymphatic drainage massage helps to keep the lymphatic fluid moving as it should, and can have a cleansing effect.

Is a lymphatic drainage massage painful?

Not at all. Our electrolymphatic massages use very light pressure and soft movements in the direction of the lymph nodes. Even Pressotherapy, while it uses more pressure, is a pain-free procedure. Our lymphatic drainage massage in London treatment can actually be used as a form of pain management.

What can a lymphatic massage treat?

Lymphatic drainage massages treat lymph congestion, increase microcirculation and promote healing, so are often utilised as part of our surgery aftercare plans to reduce scarring. It can also be used as part of a treatment plan for cellulite and fat reduction treatments. After a lymphatic massage, you may also benefit from an improved immune system.


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The Zone Out treatment was fantastic, it relaxed my mind and body, clearing my head of all that “London” stress … Victoria, the Hydrotherapist was incredibly knowledgeable and informative; above all making me feel at ease …I can’t wait to come back again!

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After having FemiLift, I don’t have the worrying sense of urgency to go to the toilet as much, I feel much more in control, this treatment has changed my life for the better. I am amazed how easy and comfortable the whole process has been.



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