What is Manual Lymphatic Drainage?

Manual lymphatic drainage is a technique created by German scientist Vodder. This modern massage technique involves applying smooth monotonous and repetitive movements to certain areas of the human body that try to mimic the movements of our body when we breathe in order to mobilize the lymph.

Repetitive and monotonous movements of manual lymphatic drainage are intended to mobilize lymph fluids in our body, it should be noted that the lymphatic system does not have a drive motor as does the circulatory system so the movements are slow lymph compared to the entire human body. Lymph carries through toxic waste substances to be eliminated naturally by the body’s lymphatic channels.

What is known about Lymph?

Lymph is a clear fluid that runs through the lymph vessels of our body. Lymph is composed of: water, minerals, organic substances, proteins, leukocytes, among other cell types that help defend the body in any area of the body.

Applications for manual lymphatic drainage

Manual lymphatic drainage is widely used today in reducing chronic edemas known as lymph edemas, which for various causes is liquid retained in considerable quantities in the upper or lower limbs causing disorders in the patient’s mobility.

Lymphatic massage, as it is also called, accelerates the movement of the lymphatic system so that toxins and waste arising from the natural process of healing our bodies are removed more quickly. As the breakdown of tissues occurs in the case of cosmetic surgery, the body begins the process of reconstruction. This recovery process is not perfect so it appear seroma product fluid producing excessive scarring, causing visible irregularities in the skin which leads to the formation of fibrosis.


First, let’s look at the lymphatic system and what it does to better understand how the massage works. The lymphatic system is the system of tissues, vessels, and organs that work in conjunction to maintain fluid levels in our body, support immune function, and keep blood circulating. The system carries lymph, a clear fluid that contains proteins, waste, fat cells, and metabolized cells through the body which is filtered through the lymph nodes. Waste is removed from the body as clean lymph circulates back through. When the lymphatic system isn’t moving lymph through the body properly, excess fluid in the body builds up, causing edema and creating a puffy, uncomfortable look and feel.

Lymphatic drainage massage was developed to treat lymphedema, a condition of accumulated fluid within the body that often develops after removing lymph nodes. A trained massage therapist can manually massage the body in a way to push lymph through the body, breaking up areas of swelling and reducing excess fluid in the body.

Benefits of Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Your lymphatic system is key to healing, regenerating tissues, and removing toxins from the body. When the body has experienced stress, such as fighting off illness, healing from an infection, or experiencing emotional stress, the lymphatic system can slow down. Manual lymphatic massage helps “re-start” the system of moving lymph through the body and can provide a variety of benefits, including:

  • More efficient healing from illness, injury, or surgery
  • Supports relaxation and relieves stress
  • Reduces scar formation by boosting healing responses
  • Removes excess water and metabolic waste from the tissues in the body
  • Reduces swelling and fluid retention
  • Improves skin quality and provides a more vibrant appearance

Why Is Lymphatic Massage Important After Cosmetic Surgery?

One of the side effects of cosmetic surgery is swelling. This is a normal inflammatory response and a part of the healing process as fluid rushes to the area to nourish it with white blood cells. Body procedures, particularly tummy tucks and liposuction, often cause additional swelling as excess fluid and fat cells will harden within a few weeks of surgery.

Lymphatic massage helps to move the fluid that’s built up and allows it to move back into the lymphatic passages where excess waste and fluid can be flushed from the body. This prevents fibrosis, which is the development of thick, fibrous scar tissue under the skin as well as reduces swelling and bruising. Many doctors, highly recommend lymphatic drainage after surgery for both their patients’ comfort as well as to help them get the best possible results after their procedure.


The couples massage is dedicated to lovers and fans of married life. It is the perfect opportunity to relax next to that special person in your life.

This will be a completely relaxing massage, a moment to be pampered, a classic Swedish massage for two in an atmosphere of total relaxation in the light of candles and listening to melodies that caress our most sensitive senses.

The couples massage is very common among couples who are about to marry; it helps them relax and take a breath of fresh air after all the accumulated stress due to preparations for the wedding ceremony. You forget for a moment all the less glamorous details of your ceremony and you get an idea of what will be your next placid union.


Is a relaxation massage that reduces the physical stress of the product of accumulated stress load muscle.

is why in our room care has been taken to achieve an atmosphere of total relaxation and harmony that will make your visit to our salon the best part of your day.

Main Benefits

– Reduces mental stress levels

– Reduces muscle tension

– Liberates toxins

– Relieves pain caused by physical strain and uncomfortable positions

– It’s not invasive


we are proud to be one of the leading names in fibroblasting treatments.  If you have ever wondered where fibroblasts are found in the body, read on to find out more. Our PlasmaPen fibroblast treatments are a revolutionary treatment that can help you turn back the hands of time by targetting the fibroblasts within the skin.

What are fibroblasts?

As we age, our body starts to deteriorate with some of these changes becoming visible after the age of 35. In a world where youth and physical attractiveness are considered important, the gradual loss of your youthful glow can be a difficult thing to face.

Fibroblast cells are a primary component in retaining our youthful looks. Whilst fibroblast cells are considered to be one of the least specialized cells in the human body, they are dispersed through the connective tissue and secrete a cell that is rich in Type 1 and Type 111 collagen.

Type 1 collagen makes up approximately 75-90% of the collagen found in your skin, hair, nails, organs, bones, and ligaments. Type 111 collagen is most commonly found in tissues with elastic properties, such as your skin, lungs, intestinal walls, and the walls of your blood vessels. PlasmaPen fibroblasting treatments stimulate the production of Type 111 collagen, which turns into Type 1 collagen.

This form of Type 1 collagen improves the overall appearance of the skin by smoothing fine lines and wrinkles.

What do fibroblasts do?

A PlasmaPen fibroblast treatment works by creating a small, micro-trauma on the treated area. This microtrauma stimulates the production of collagen and elastin through the production of fibroblasts. Fibroblasts play a very important role in wound healing, which is what makes them perfect for treating the affected PlasmaPen treated area.

Following this controlled micro-trauma, fibroblast cells migrate to the area that has been treated. There, they work to deposit new collagen that facilitates the healing process. In doing so, fibroblasting treatments stimulate the production of Type 111 collagen by encouraging fibroblasts to flood the treated area. This then converts to Type 1 collagen and ultimately creates baby-soft, fresh skin.

Where are fibroblasts in the body?

Are you wondering where fibroblasts are found in the body? Well, here at PlasmaPen, we are happy to tell you that they’re found almost everywhere! Fibroblasts are spread throughout the connective tissues in the body. This is where they secrete a collagen-rich cell.

When the body is wounded or injured in some way, fibroblast cells migrate to the area that has been affected and work to repair the tissue. They do this by stimulating the production of large amounts of collagen at the wound site.

This is why almost any area of the body can be treated with a PlasmaPen fibroblast treatment. Our treatments are not just restricted to the face. Our exceptional PlasmaPen technicians can treat stretch marks, moles, cherry-angioma and so much more across the whole body.

What PlasmaPen fibroblast treatments are available?

Due to the non-invasive nature of a PlasmaPen fibroblast treatment, our treatments have virtually no risks or downtime. This is what makes our fibroblasting treatments so popular! Our specially t PlasmaPen technicians can treat almost any area of the body.


Is a new non-invasive treatment that uses a combination of technologies to contour your body and reduce the appearance of cellulite. Vacuum technology manipulates your skin while infrared light and bi-polar radio frequency energies gently heat fat cells and surrounding tissue.

After 3-6 treatments, patients typically notice a reduction in both circumferences and in the appearance of cellulite in the treated areas.

It’s often used on the thighs, stomach, buttocks, upper arms, and other areas where cellulite tends to form. It may also help tighten saggy skin and eliminate excess fat.

  •  Can significantly improve the appearance of cellulite.
  • This treatment can help contour, tone, and firm some parts of the body.
  • The procedure is non-invasive and virtually painless. You can go back to your normal routine as soon as the session is over.
  • One session only takes around 20 to 30 minutes to complete.

Can be safely performed alongside other treatment procedures.

  • It’s perfectly suitable for all skin types and tones.


Main Applications

Cellulite reduction, reduction of stretch marks and sagging skin

Is a technique, used in beauty treatments to reduce cellulite, sagging skin and stretch marks. Radiofrequency is an alternative technique to the already known cosmetic surgeries like liposuction tummy tuck and others.

Radiofrequency is recommended for people who have sagging skin but not so advanced as to require recourse to traditional surgery in areas of the face stage, buttocks and abdomen and in the inner part of the arms and thighs.

The procedure of delivering radio frequency is simple. Our session begins with the application of oil or conductive gel on the clean skin, then applying the energy; introducing it through a treatment over the skin, avoiding any type of injury during the session.

The temperature applied to the skin during the session of radio frequency must be controlled by the specialist that is applying the procedure and the patient, to which will be indicated before the treatment, should express any kind of discomfort for the duration of the radio frequency session.

After the session of radio frequency, a light layer of lotion or Aloe Vera cream will be applied to the treated areas. It is recommended to drink plenty of water after the session of the RF, since it will help the final result.

Towards the end of the RF session, slight redness or erythema of the skin treated will last a few minutes before disappearing. The patient can return to their social and working lives. Radiofrequency can be applied to any skin type.

Radiofrequency, Main benefits

– Fights against cellulite and sagging skin

– Fights stretch marks

– Promotes lymphatic drainage

– Stimulates the production of collagen

– It’s not invasive

– It’s painless


This powerful professional vacuum therapy machine with Delfín Cups, allows beauty and wellness centers to create with unparalleled results, to shape the body and relieve muscle tension.

Get your butt augmented without any surgery! Butt Vacuum Therapy is the most revolutionary non-surgical butt enhancement technique that gradually lifts and plumps the buttocks.

  1. Enlarges and firms the buttocks without surgery
  2. It increases the flexibility of the skin
  3. Instantly lifts the buttocks by up to 70%
  4. Improves venous and lymphatic flow
  5. Exfoliate the epidermis for smoother skin
  6. Stimulates the dermis and hypodermis as well as the muscles

This is a painless and safe treatment that stimulates muscles, helps to restore some of the natural elasticity of the skin, fight cellulitis, remove toxins, and break fat deposits.

This highly effective treatment consists in using suction cups connected to a machine. This mechanical device will massage and shape the outline of the body, removing cellulite, and lifting the skin, making your buttocks look fantastic. This practice was introduced into the market a few decades ago when it evolved from a treatment to reduce the scars to a nonsurgical butt lifting method.


The phenomenon of ultrasound in tissues generates two main effects. Mechanical massage, producing compressions and decompressions (microcellular) mobilizing fluid, edema (improves inflammation) and promoting healing.

The thermal effect produces an improvement in local circulation and destruction of fluorescent adipocytes (fat cells). That is why our 3 Mhz system works as a complement in the treatment of different types of cellulite, localized adiposity, postoperative multiple surgeries (improving healing and inflammation), achieving a substantial improvement in the final result.


How does radiofrequency remove fat?

  • Radiofrequency lipolysis is a procedure which uses a radio frequency to heat the fat without an instrument making physical contact with the patient. The applicator heats from a distance of one centimeter from the skin. Fat cells are preferentially heated without impacting other types of cells in the skin or other structures

How does radio frequency get rid of cellulite?

  • Radio-frequency treatment. Therapies utilizing radio-frequency heat the subcutaneous tissue layer (the hypodermis) and help to reduce the visibility of cellulite after several treatments.. Even though most FDA approved radio-frequency treatments are non-invasive, keep in mind that they can be quite uncomfortable.



is a non-invasive treatment to combat severe cellulite. It is carried out using suction devices that drain the adipose tissue and move the fat towards the lymphatic system. Vacuum therapy also helps to eliminate fat, it has an exfoliating effect, provides elasticity to the skin and relaxes the muscles.

Why is it performed?

Vacuum therapy is used to extract the adipocytes that form the adipose tissue, it eliminates orange-peel skin and boosts blood circulation. It also improves blood flow in the layers of the hypodermis, dermis and epidermis.

What does it involve?

This technique consists of massaging the area (in an outward direction) using suction, which helps drain the fluid retained in the cells. This is done with a small device formed of a sterile, transparent cup which is used to suction the adipose tissue. The cup is placed on the area with cellulite and programmed to start gently suctioning. The treatment is sometimes combined with radiofrequency and LED light energy to achieve better results, since these techniques improve the appearance of the skin and give it greater elasticity.

To complete the treatment and to eliminate the cellulite, between 12 and 15 sessions may be required, depending on the degree and amount of cellulite. If the treatment is followed correctly and accompanied by a healthy, balanced diet and exercise, results will be noticeable after the seventh session. Once the treatment is completed, it is recommended to have one session a month to maintain the results.

How to prepare for it

No special preparation is necessary for vacuum therapy, but you should drink lots of liquids and follow a healthy lifestyle.

Post-treatment care

You should drink plenty of water during and after vacuum therapy to help eliminate the adiposities that are released with the urine. You should also avoid fatty and sugary foods, as well as excess flour and salt, which can slow down the elimination process.

What is cellulite?

Cellulite is characterised by the appearance of lumpy and dimpled skin on the thighs, hips, buttocks and other areas of the body where there are areas of subcutaneous fat – the layer of fat that lies just under the skin. It’s more common in women due to the higher distribution of fat in the female body.

There are three categories of cellulite:

  • Hard cellulite : The skin is firm and can be painful when touched.
  • Soft cellulite : The skin has a spongey appearance is not painful when touched
  • Edematous cellulite : This is among the most complex types of cellulite to treat. This is caused by poor circulation and is aggravated by fluid retention.


Cellulite is more likely to affect us as we age. However, it can be removed or become less visible through lifestyle choices and treatments.

Symptoms of cellulite

Cellulite is known for dimpled and lumpy areas of skin. The severity of the cellulite affects if the cellulite is visible all the time or only when pinching the skin.

Medical tests to diagnose cellulite

A specialist can diagnose cellulite by looking at the patient’s skin in a physical examination.

What are the causes of cellulite?

Cellulite appears to be caused by the relationship between the connective tissues in the skin and the subcutaneous fat . When fat cells protrude into the layer of skin, this creates the well-known bumpy and dimpled look of cellulite.

Some factors that contribute to the likelihood of developing cellulite:

  • Age (skin loses elasticity)
  • Being female
  • Genes
  • Diet
  • Being overweight (though it can in people who aren’t overweight too)
  • Having low muscle tone
  • Pregnancy
  • Frequently sitting or standing still for long periods
  • Smoking

Can it be prevented?

In general, it’s important to maintain circulation in the areas of the body with higher fat distributions (buttocks, thighs, hips, arms). This can be done via exercise or movement wherever possible, so if you have a job that requires sitting or standing still for a long time, find reasons to move. You can also massage the areas. Furthermore, cut down on refined, processed and artificial foods – these foods are high in fat and sugar which are believed to contribute to cellulite.


Electro Stimulation, Main Applications

Post-Surgical Massages, Helps to fight and to reduce the cellulite. Weight loss therapies.

Electro Muscular Stimulation (EMS) or electric neuromuscular stimulation is the technique that stimulates the muscles’ nerve endings in specific areas through low power electric impulses. The contraction movements and relaxation in the stimulated muscles by this type of therapy produce energy expenditure thus reducing fat in the stimulated area.

The pumping movements facilitating the toxin and waste drainage, accumulated because of a surgery, reduce the inflammation of the affected areas thus diminishing considerably the patient’s pain, this makes electro stimulation a highly suggested therapy in post-surgical treatments.

The cellulite reduction treatments also benefit from electro stimulation as the electric current is used to improve the look of the skin’s surface and muscle tone.

The electro stimulation therapy is assisted by specialized equipment. In the Electro Stimulation therapy the electrodes are placed over the area under therapy which is then electrified. The patient should feel the electric stimulation and immediately report any discomfort to the therapist who will then adjust the equipment’s potency to a tolerable level for the patient.

Electro Stimulation, Main benefits

– Improve the blood circulation

– Reduce the edema (inflammation)

– Pain relieve

– Helps to lose weight

– Relax

– It’s not invasive

– It’s painless