Eliminates toxins and reabsorbs Edemas. After a surgical procedure where enough edema and bruising (bruising) is formed as a result of surgical trauma, it is essential for the resorption of edema. Any surgical intervention that we perform in our body will alter the functioning of our body, in general surgeries such as liposuction, breast augmentation or reduction, tummy tuck among others, produce inflammation and sometimes small infections in the operated area. It is essential to help the body reduce inflammation (accumulation of lymph in the tissues) and eliminate the remains of dead cells and fat that have remained under the tissue. The systems most involved after surgery correspond to the lymphatic system and the circulatory system. The lymphatic system will be affected mainly by the destruction of the lymphatic vessels, which in the postoperative period will generate a large amount of accumulation of fluids and toxins, which being “stagnant” cause inflammation and a lot of pain. The circulatory system on the other hand, through the platelets, will try to repair the area. If this response is affected by different factors such as excessive mechanical stimulation (pressing or scratching the area), genetic factors, eating habits, (alcohol consumption, exercise, etc.).