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 face and body 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…

Body

Body

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.

Combo

Combo

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.

Face

Face

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.

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Sustainability

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.

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Thank you for all your testimonials and sharing your love for The Lymphatic Brush. 

A shoutout to @urth.holistics (S. Portland, ME) for sharing the lymph love with all her clients. 

It’s true that consistency is key, and it warms my heart to know that TLB makes it easy and enjoyable. 

Skincare shouldn’t be complicated, or create additional stress in our life. 

The key is to begin working on your neck, and opening the pathways for fluid to flow freely and move your way up as you begin to see and feel the drainage happening. This is good sign of the movement happening in the underlying tissue.. 

Consistency is key, but not if it creates additional stress, guild and feelings of failure. 

Keep sharing your success stories and I’ll keep posting them. 

We’re working diligently on more support materials and tutorials to help guide you. 

Enjoy! 
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Revive Your Eyes x The Lymphatic Brush

The eyes are the first to show a lack of sleep, whether it’s travel, stress, or purely fun related! 

Here is a quick routine that I did after my flight from NYC to Hawaii, which had me waking up in the middle of the night and having to work through the day. 

Be sure you work your neck to open and clear the pathways leading from your face before working directly around the eyes.

See the previous facial maps to understand the flow and, then have fun with it! 

Be gentle around the eyes. You want to engage the tissue to create a slight shift, but avoid over stretching. 

It’s all about connecting the textured bristles with the skin and sweeping down and outward. 

Let the brush do the work!!

💦 Brighten eyes
💦 Lighten dark circles
💦 Reduce puffiness
💦 Lessen eye fatigue
💦 Ease headaches 
💦 Promote restful sleep
💦 Calm nervous system
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Dr. Vodder MLD Intensive

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Continuing my obsession with the eyes, here is a clip from our Dr. Vodder MLD Intensive hands-on training illustrating how you can transfer the technques to The Lymphatic Brush, so your clients can continue the benefits at home (see previous posts). 
 
Ashley Jo Press @ashley_j0 is a Dr. Vodder Certified Instructor and Lymphedema Specialist. 
 
She is an amazing Eduator with the ability to breakdown complex material into simple terms and provide practical application of the theory, techniques, along with client care tips using The Lymphatic Brush. 
 
Upcoming Hands-on Courses
 
💦 Dr. Vodder MLD with Ashley Jo Press

Registration open...

📍New Jersey | Feb 2-6
📍Melbourne, AU | Feb 29-3/Mar
📍Costa Mesa | May 5-8
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Waitlist open...

📍Petaluma, CA 
📍New York, NY 
📍Austin, TX 
📍Boston, MA 
📍London, UK 

💦 The Lymphatic Brush 
 
1-day = TLB Face 
2-day = TLB Face & Body
 
📍New York | Jan 23
📍Melbourne, AU | Feb 25-26
📍Denver | March 3-4
📍Barcelona | April 7-8
📍Paris | April 16
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The Lymphatic Brush x The Eyes
 
Lately, I’ve been obsessed with using TLB to reduce puffiness, lift the brow, brighten and bring back vibrancy to the entire orbital area.
 
Here is a clip to follow from TLB Hands-on course in London.
 
You can follow this protocol for self-care. Just align the textured bristles accordingly, be GENTLE as you create tiny shifts outward. 
 
As always, be sure to clear the lymphatic pathways below; in front of ear and neck to terminus before working the eye areas.
 
Thanks to Melinda @melindabognar_luxuryfacialist (@muse_and_heroine Healing House, Paris) for being our beautiful model. 🧡
 
👉Upcoming Hands-on Courses
 
💦 The Lymphatic Brush
 
1-day = TLB Face
2-day = TLB Face & Body
 
📍New York | Jan 23
📍Melbourne, AU | Feb 25-26
📍Denver | March 3-4
📍Barcelona | April 7-8
📍Paris | April 16
 
💦 Dr. Vodder MLD with Ashley Jo Press @ashley_j0 

📍New Jersey | Feb 2-6
📍Melbourne, AU | Feb 29-3/Mar
📍Costa Mesa | May 5-8
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#lymph #drvoddertraining #lymphaticmassage #massagemelbourne #facialistemelbourne #thelymphaticbrush #lymphfacial #lymphaticdrainage #puffyeyes #brighteneyes #darkcircles #depuff #browlift

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