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Lymphatic Drainage Is Necessary For Healthy Skin

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While there are a myriad of ways to stimulate lymphatic drainage throughout the body, two of Joanna’s favorite methods are dry brushing and massage. To learn more, click HERE. For a face and neck lymphatic massage, combine hand-over-hand sweeping motions with medium pressure upon application in whichever direction your lymph system dictates. If the skin on your face is noticeably saggy, dry, or wrinkled, massage upward starting at the neck. If the skin on your face is oily or acne prone, massage downward starting at the forehead. Work in small sections to ensure that the entire area gets rubbed down evenly. Joanna suggests incorporating lymphatic massage techniques into your nightly skincare routine by using our Rejuvenating Serum as the “massage oil” of sorts. After cleansing your face, apply the serum while massaging and then apply our Daily Hydrating Cream afterward. This will save you time and ensure that all the products used on your face absorb fully into your skin! Have you tried lymphatic drainage massages in the past? What’s your favorite way to incorporate them into your skincare regimen? Share your thoughts with us on social media, and don’t forget to tag us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook!]>>