The lym­phatic drainage mas­sage ren­dered with light strokes will leave you feel­ing re­laxed and your face look­ing re­freshed, ex­plains BRINDA GILL.

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A fra­grant oil blend, a med­ley of per­sua­sive strokes knead­ing the fa­cial mus­cles, and gen­tle press­ing of pres­sure points is surely bliss for the skin and senses. Yet, of late, ther­a­pists are sug­gest­ing the sub­tle skin tech­nique of lymph drainage mas­sage for en­hanc­ing fa­cial ap­pear­ance.

The lymph drainage mas­sage aims to move lymph—a clear fluid that con­tains in­fec­tion fight­ing lym­pho­cytes or white blood cells and re­moves wastes, dead cells, ex­cess pro­teins and tox­ins from tis­sues—in lymph ves­sels lo­cated just un­der the skin.

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