Lymphatic Drainage is a type of therapeutic massage whose central objective is to stimulate lymphatic circulation. Lymph, according to the dictionary, is the medium in which cells are bathed, and is formed by an intermediate fluid between blood and cellular constituents that serves, among other things, to transport nutrients to cells and to carry out The same waste products.
Lymph circulates through the lymphatic vessels, but occasionally, its flow is disturbed or interrupted by the obstruction of some of its tiny channels.
This happens at the level of the Subcutaneous Cellular Tissue, a fatty layer on which the teguments of the body surface are applied and can manifest itself in the form of aesthetic lesions of the skin that constitute cellulite and that predominates in certain regions of the body surface. Therefore, lymphatic drainage is a type of massage, soft and light, that is applied to the circulatory system and whose objective is to mobilize the body’s fluids to favor the elimination of waste substances that accumulate in the liquid that occupies the space between the cells.