Enhance your lymph flow...



LymphEsthetics helps you to achieve and maintain good health by enhancing the flow of your lymph fluid.

LymphEsthetics provides non-invasive treatments that:

  • Increase lymphatic flow to help resolve excessive fluid retention in the face and body.
  • Facilitate activation of fat breakdown or metabolism to help gain faster results from diet and exercise.
  • Help restore elasticity to connective tissue to help solve and prevent chronic muscle pain, and help speed up muscle recovery.
  • Stimulate collagen and elastin production to help reduce lines and wrinkles on the face, chest, and neck areas.
  • Target fat pockets and lumpy cellulite that do not respond to diet and exercise to help reduce double chin, jowls, love handles, muffin top, saddlebag thighs, overlapping inner thighs.

Why is the Lymphatic System so important?

Studies have shown that a sluggish or congested lymphatic system leads to weight gain, poor blood and lymph circulation, water retention, muscle aches and pain, premature aging, sleeplessness, infections, and other more serious health conditions.

LymphEsthetics treatments help stagnant lymph fluid to move toward the lymph nodes.

Lymph fluid circulates in our body and picks up proteins, lipids, cellular wastes, pathogens, toxins from drugs and processed food, and excess fluid from the spaces between cells and transports them to the lymph nodes.

Lymph nodes contain an army of B-cells, T-cells, and other immune cells that filter out viruses, bacteria, fungi, and other harmful agents rendering them harmless. Lymph nodes trap and destroy foreign particles and cleanse the lymph of dead blood cells, cancer cells, ink, cellular wastes, etc.

Our lymph nodes are found in the neck, chest, armpits, groin areas, behind the knees, and the abdominal area.

The lymphatic system is the sewer system of our body!

The LymphEsthetics Circuit

Our mechanical procedures are provided by Lipo-Experts™ certified in the Cellulite Au Revoir™ techniques using the LPG CelluM6 Keymodule, an FDA-cleared Category 1 medical device, often referred to as endermologie. Clinical studies have shown increased circulation of up to 400% following a treatment that lasts up to 6 hours; and an increase in lymphatic flow by up to 300% for 3 hours (The Physiological Effects of Endermologie: A Preliminary Report by Watson, J. and Fodor, P. UCLA School of Medicine, 1999).

Our Manual Lymphatic Therapists, who are also licensed nurses, physical therapists, physical therapist assistant, and licensed massage therapists provide manual treatment procedures.

We understand that every individual is unique, therefore, treatment plans are customized according to each individual's needs.

Women's Health and Beauty Protocol


Cellulite is a cluster of enlarged and often disorganized fat lobes most commonly found in women's arms, belly, buttocks, and thighs. Cellulite gives your skin that "orange peel," "dimples," or "cottage cheese" appearance. They look lumpy because the fibers that connect the skin to the muscles (connective tissue) shorten and thicken with age and various biological conditions women go through. "The effect is quite similar to the way a mattress tents out around its buttons." (Bank, Jan. 2000).

Cellulite Au Revoir

Our Lipo-Experts are trained and certified in the Cellulite Au Revoir techniques to achieve these FDA-cleared claims:

  • Temporarily reduce the appearance of cellulite.
  • Temporarily reduce the circumferential body measurements of the treated areas.
  • Temporarily improve local blood circulation.
  • Improvement of lymphatic circulation in the treated areas.

A typical Cellulite Au Revoir treatment protocol includes:

Lipo-Applications - activate fat breakdown or fat metabolism (lipolysis). These maneuvers target the deep reserve fat layer. Lipo-application activates our body's Beta receptor, a type of fat cell receptor responsible for releasing stored fat and fatty acids from the fat cell.

Cellulite-Applications - sculpt and smooth cellulite visible on your skin.

Firming-Applications - activate fibroblast cells to produce collagen and elastin. These proteins, found in our connective tissue, provide the skin with elasticity and structure.



Bonjour Beautiful

Sculpt and redefine facial contours, lift and tighten jawline, reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

We are certified in the Bonjour Beautiful™ techniques to achieve a younger looking face with:

  • Restored radiance
  • Reduced lines and wrinkles
  • Redefined jawline and chiseled cheekbones
  • Reduced, if not resolved, double chin
  • Reduced lines on the chest and neck areas



Men's Healthy Body protocol

Most men do not have cellulite. The difference lies in the structure of connective tissue. Women's connective tissues (the elastic bands that anchor the skin to the muscle) are arranged in a parallel format, while men's elastic bands are weaved into some sort of a meshwork. Additionally, the prominent hormone circulating in men is testosterone, which stimulates the production of proteins. Because of this, men tend to have more dense layers of protein-rich connective tissue within their skin, leading to an overall thicker skin layer. This also reduces the tendency to develop cellulite (Cellulite in Men by Rosenberg, W. 2014)

Men, however, develop "love handles." This is an informal term for male pattern deposits of excess fat at the side of the waistline, possibly due to a combination of low physical activity, high-calorie diets, and stagnant lymph fluid trapped in the fat cells and between the connective tissues.

LymphEsthetics protocol for men begins with lymphatic drainage, followed by lipolysis activation massage, and other therapeutic treatments as needed to:

  • Reduce, if not resolve the love handles or pot belly appearance
  • Enhance lymphatic flow to drain excessive fluid retention in the face, chest, and abdomen.
  • Improve muscle recovery from intensive work-out.
  • Speed up results from diet and exercise programs.


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