The Lymphatic Brush

The Lymphatic Brush is not a dry brush, a make-up brush, or a cleansing brush. The patented design provides an easy, ergonomic and effective way to incorporate lymphatic drainage into your professional and self-care face and body routines.

Cecily Braden has revolutionized “bristle” face and body brushes with the introduction of The Lymphatic Brush

The patented design features a unique bristle pattern and density combination that grips the skin in a precise way, targeting the superficial lymph vessels residing just under the skin. When combined with specialized techniques, it mimics the passive contractions of the lymph vessels to manually propel fluids and stimulate lymph flow.

The ergonomic contoured shape ensures proper contact with the surface of the skin and accurate alignment with the lymph nodes and lymphatic pathways.

Although they appear the same, the small and large brush bristles differ slightly to provide appropriate pressure from head to toe. The bristles are soft, but durable. They won’t scratch, irritate, or damage sensitive and fragile skin types.

The Lymphatic Brush makes it easy to effectively incorporate lymphatic drainage into your professional treatments and self-care routines.

Let’s get flowing…



Flush excess fluid and cellular waste to revive tired, restless legs, reduce swelling, improve digestion, minimize the appearance of cellulite, support the immune system and assist your body’s ability to heal.



Best Deal! Your full-body and facial lymphatic drainage solution. Target sluggishness, reduce inflammation, clear congestion, improve common skin concerns and support your immune system from head to toe.



Achieve healthy, glowing and clear skin by supporting the skins natural filtration system to remove excess fluid and cellular waste that contribute to acne, rosacea, puffiness, dark circles and sensitivities.

As a sun worshipper, I’ve noticed that with just a little use every day, my pigmentation and the overall texture of my skin is smoother. Plus the stress relief! If you’re the type glued to your computer, just take a break and use along your jawline, shoulders and neck. A little goes a long way to dissipate a full day on the laptop.

Christina C.

As someone diagnosed with Lipedema, I’ve struggled with the fluid in my legs for years.  Fluctuating constantly, it’s frustrating and embarrassing. Dry brushing is too painful as the skin becomes very sensitive to the slightest touch. The Lymphatic Body Brush has not only helped my lymph drainage, it also feels so soothing and easy to use.

As a holistic esthetics practitioner, I know the benefits of manual lymphatic drainage on a daily basis. This brush will allow even a novice to have an at home self care practice in place.

Lee Z., Holistic Practitioner

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A Minimalist x Modern Approach 

Sustainability in the health and wellness industry starts with a shift in how we view and care for our ourselves. We must consider and seek to balance the physical, mental, financial, and environmental impact of what we purchase.

The Lymphatic Brush is part of a conscious consumer choice that focuses on a minimalistic approach to skincare that prioritizes our internal health. By focusing on our internal health and improving the function of our skin from within, we’re able to maximize the effectiveness of the products we use and reduce our dependency on complicated skincare routines and costly programs that often don’t work.

It isn’t fast fashion, a fad, or hyped wellness trend. It’s a tool that supports the science of the skin and natural filtration system of our body. It’s a gentle, pragmatic approach that “clears the clutter” and allows your skin and body to work better for you.

Join Us On Instagram

Love this video by @melindabognar_luxuryfacialist (Paris, France @ The Healing House). 

Melinda has attended The Lymphatic Brush Hands-on Training 2x and was our translator for the Paris Expo, so she is well-versed in the intricacies and use of TLB. If you’re in Paris and want an amazing facial, or massage please connect and visit her. 

If you’re a professional who is in need of instruction to get started before our training in October, please reach out to me, or her and we can schedule a hands-on tutorial. 

REPOST _________
Reduce puffiness, dark circles

Brighten complexion

Clear acne, blackheads

Ease sinus congestion

Minimize fluid retention, jowls

Expedite healing; eczema, psoriasis
 #GlowGetter #SkinRejuvenation #FacialWellness #LymphaticBrushing #HealthySkinJourney #FacialCareRoutine #RadiantComplexion #SkincareRegimen #FacialistExpertise #LymphaticHealth #lymphaticbrush #melindabognarluxuryfacialist
TLB x Terminus: 3-minute tutorial 

For those new here and who haven’t attended a training, I wanted to help you get started with a quick tutorial on the most important step when beginning any professional or personal care routine on the face, or body. 

Step 1: Opening Terminus

If you’re lacking time, this is where you should concentrate your time with additional sweeps downward on your neck behind, below and in front of your ears. 

The techniques can be transferred to working on yourself and are equally important. 

Please note everyone’s anatomy is a little different, so the soft hollow space at the base of your neck may be larger or smaller, so you may need to make some adjustments, or use the small brush. 

Avoid pressure and twisting! It’s a gentle rotation, so the textured bristles are able to engage the tissue to create a gentle stretch, or shift int he skin towards terminus. 

It’s common to see your neck begin to pulse as your vessel systems relax and dialate allowing for an increased flow of fluids, including blood flow without increased blood pressure. 

Upcoming Workshops 

📍Petaluma | June 16-17 
📍London | July waitlist
📍Zurich | July 12-13
📍New York | Sept 9-12
📍Paris | Oct Waitlist Open

NOTE: The Gua Sha Facial Fusion course includes instruction for TLB + transferring MLD techniques to a variety of facial massage tools. 
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The Lymphatic Brush x Stagnation
FAQ: What does “stagnation” look and feel like and how do I find it?
I equate encountering “stagnation” to the feeling of suddenly “walking in mud. It will cause the TLB to abruptly stop or slow down as it encounters congested areas.
As you sweep and stretch the skin, pay attention to the mobility of the tissue and what is happening above and below the area you’re working.
💦 Lack of movement in the tissue
💦 Firm, hardened
💦 Spongy, or gel-like
💦 Puffy, tenderness
💦 Acne, redness
💦 Spider veins
💦 Discoloration
These are all signs of “stagnation” and an accumulation of fluids and waste creating blockages in the tissue. 
💦 Thixotropy

The ground substance in the connective tissue is thixotropic, which means it has the ability to change from being thick and gel-like to a more fluid state, which affects the flow of fluids.
When you encounter stagnation, or this gel-like state of the tissue, slow down and gently work into the border where it’s tight and direct the fluids towards the nearest lymph node region.
💦 Face: Downward towards neck
💦 Legs: Upward towards back of knee and groin
This video is a textbook definition of what stagnation looks and feels like and how you can soften the tissue to increase flow.
💦TLB Hands-on Workshop

📍Paris | April 16-17 sold out
📍Paris | April 12 Self-care Masterclass
📍Petaluma | June 16-17 (3 spaces)
📍London | July waitlist 
📍Zurich | July 12-13
📍New York | Sept 9-12
MLD Intensive with @ashley_j0

📍Costa Mesa, CA | May 5-8 
📍New York, NY | June 3-6
📍Lakewood, CO | Sept 23-26
📍New York | Sept 9-12
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