Sleep­ing bag meets swad­dle in this new detox treat­ment

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Mumbai-based The Age­less Clinic, which has gath­ered quite the rep­u­ta­tion for im­port­ing in­ter­na­tional aes­thetic treat­ments soon af­ter they sur­face in Hol­ly­wood—have you heard of the vam­pire fa­cial?—has a new draw. The Body Bal­lancer® is a patented ma­chine-based treat­ment that works on the prin­ci­ple of lym­phatic drainage mas­sage. All you need to do is step in­side a sleep­ing bag-like con­trap­tion that gen­tly squeezes you in a wave mo­tion. Lounge spoke to Dr Harshna Bi­jlani, a celebrity skin ex­pert and med­i­cal head of The Age­less Clinic, to un­der­stand how it works. Edited ex­cerpts:

in your blood, im­proves cir­cu­la­tion and in­creases lym­phatic drainage. It is ideal for in­di­vid­u­als who are look­ing to re­duce wa­ter re­ten­tion, bloat­ing and cel­lulite to those who want to slim or detox. It also helps with stress re­lief and mus­cle re­lax­ation.

The ef­fi­cacy of a man­ual lym­phatic mas­sage, to a large ex­tent, de­pends on the ser­vice provider. The Body Bal­lancer®, on the other hand, is a USFDA ap­proved de­vice and uses proven pres­sother­apy tech­nol­ogy that works with the help of 24 in­di­vid­ual air cham­bers per suit to en­sure all your ar­eas are taken care of. It’s a roughly 40- minute treat­ment that you can put on while get­ting your­self a fa­cial.

There are var­i­ous de­vices out there for fat loss but very few for wa­ter re­ten­tion and bloat­ing. This is a great fix for when you’re feel­ing bloated and want to get your body ready to fit into the per­fect bodycon dress, which is a com­mon con­cern for our pa­tients.

Lym­phatic drainage also plays an im­por­tant part in aid­ing fat loss. In fact, it works great as a sup­ple­men­tary treat­ment for those in­di­vid­u­als opt­ing for fat re­duc­tion treat­ments...(most of these) treat­ments de­stroy fat cells which are elim­i­nated from the body through lym­phatic drainage. If your lym­phatic drainage isn’t strong, these treat­ments may not be able to per­form as well as they can. —AG

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