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…



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.

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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.

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TLB x Eye Fatigue & Strain

Eye strain is common due to prolonged use of our mobile devices, computer screens, glaring office lights or daylight without proper protection. 

Focused reading or concentration on a particular subject causes the eyes to contract, dry out and become fatigued causing inflammation and discomfort. 

Just like the rest of our body, the eyes need to relax, allowing the surrounding muscles and tissue to expand and replenish the moisture and tear layer that protects and sharpens our vision. 

Post Surgery | Inflammation

Dave had eye surgery a couple months ago and continues to experience swelling, which he’s told will go away, but in the meantime, gentle use of The Lymphatic Brush immediately reduces the inflammation and diminishes the discomfort. 

💦 Tired eyes
💦 Heavy eyelids
💦 Brown tension 
💦 Mild headaches 
💦 Puffiness, dark circles
💦 Red, irritated, watery eyes

There is a network of lymph vessels around the eyes that drain outward toward the temples and along the bridge of the nose to the jawline. 

✨Always start below the eye area and if it feels comfortable and there are no underlying issues, you can work directly on the eyelid and along the brows. 

✨Be gentle! Close your eyes, connect the bristles and sweep outward and downward. The fluid will flow as the tension melts away. 

✨Follow the TLB Step-by-step instructions on The Lymphatic Brush website. 

Note: Eye strain and issues can be a symptom of a more serious condition, so it’s important to see an optometrist for chronic and reoccurring symptoms. 
#eyestrain #eyefatigue #redeyes #headaches #darkcircles #eyepuffiness #eyesurgery #inflammation #browtension #bluelight
I’m obsessed!!! 🌺
Weekend vibes and more photos of the Portulaca flowers that bloomed during my trip to our Denver office. 

Has anyone else planted the CJB band paper and enjoying these beautiful blossoms? 

Just like our skin, they went through different phases and changed everyday. 
Our Face as a Flower 🌸 
Our face is just like a flower and if you want it to bloom, you have to water and nourish the soil and focus on the health of the roots.
Too often we focus and obsess on the flower and forget the importance of the root system (internal organs), quality of the soil (tissue health, nutrient source) and vigor of the stem (the feeding tube, support system) and the importance of sunlight (Vitamin D, Serotonin) and lots of love ❤️ ❤️❤️
A vibrant complexion depends on our internal health and like a plant, the stem or neck is paramount to the distribution of nutrients to support and maintain glowing leaves and beautiful blossoms.
Happy Friday-- keeping flowing and growing!

#sustainability #repurpose #seedpaper

💦 TLB Technique: Static Pumping

This is one of the hardest concepts to grasp when working with The Lymphatic Brush since it goes against our natural instinct to defy gravity and the aging process, but trust me….you will achieve amazing results and still be able to support the skin with outward, downward sweeps.

✨You CANNOT OVERSTRETCH the skin with the TLB ✨

💦 Stretch and Rebound

The key to creating a lymphatic pump with TLB is to maintain connection of the textured bristles with the skin as you sweep.

This will engage the tissue “just enough” to produce a gentle rhythmic “stretch and rebound” action with the skin.

💦 Creating a Lymphatic Pump

The key to “static pumping” as shown in the video" is to stretch the skin until it reaches its natural resistance and “zero” out the pressure allowing it to rebound on its own. It’s like a wave receding back into the ocean.

Repeat, keeping TLB in the same place--riding the same wave over and over.

💦 A Stretch Turns into a Sweep

The brilliant part of TLB is that you can’t overstretch the skin.

If you stretch the skin PAST its natural point of RESISTENCE, it will turn into a SWEEP and the skin will automatically rebound as the bristles sweep over the surface and release the stretch.

🎥 Watch the video carefully to see the movement that occurs ABOVE the brush and the natural “stretch, resistance and rebound” of the skin.

Don’t be afraid to practice this movement.
Just remember, it’s not about pressure, it’s about connection!

Let TLB do the work!!
Upcoming Hands-on Workshops

📍Paris | April 16-17
📍Petaluma | June 17
📍London | July waitlist
📍Zurich | July waitlist
📍New York | waitlist
#lymph #lymphaticdrainage #thelymphaticbrush #facialmassagel #lymphaticdrainage #facialiste
Kids ❤️ The Lymphatic Brush!
Thanks to @forestandflowersbeauty, an Esthetician and Herbalist in Wilton, CA for sharing this adorable photo and youngest TLB Specialist.
Touch can alter our emotions!
Next time you’re struggling with an emotional toddler, or wanting to gently lull your baby to sleep, try TLB.
Truth is, you’re never too young to enjoy the benefits of lymphatic drainage.
This quote is from an NPR article I read and loved the sentiment.
“Research by neuroscientists show how the sensations of touch lights up regions of the brain to alter our emotions...
The skin contains nerves especially equipped to detect a gentle, stroking caresses. And these nerves are part of a system inside our skin devoted to triggering the warm, calm and peaceful feeling you have when you're with people who love you.” (NPR)

Our skins ability to detect even the lightest touch and interpret it into a feeling of safety is paramount for the healing process, which allows time for more fun and enjoyment!

Happy Friday!!!
Keeping flowing & glowing. 
#kids #sensorybrush #calmanxiety #nervoussystem #anxiety #touch #smile #thelymphaticbrush #lymph #mld #tgif
TLB x The Nervous System
Thanks Kristin @ayatana_ for sharing! This one brought tears to my eyes and is probably one of the most important messages about the benefits of The Lymphatic Brush and the power of manual lymphatic drainage.
👉 Kristin is teaching in 📍Austin, TX | March 25-28
"It’s important not to neglect, or be aware of the effects TLB can have on soothing the nervous system.
The body can’t heal if it’s in a constant state of agitation and that sympathetic state, so the fight, flight or freeze can wreak havoc on the body’s systems. The body can ONLY heal itself when it’s in the parasympathetic state.
That’s why MLD is so effective and fantastic because it automatically turns on that parasympathetic nervous system to help you feel calm and chill!!"
💦 Stress
💦 Anxiety
💦 Insomnia, inability to relax
💦 Nervousness, worry
💦 Auto-immune disorders
"The Esthetic benefits of TLB are fantastic, but please don’t neglect the affect TLB has on the nervous system and how quickly it works."
💦 Reduce Puffiness
💦 Dark Circles
💦 Inflammation
💦 Clearing Acne
Stayed tuned! We’re working on an online course specifically focused on using The Lymphatic Brush for calming the nervous system in order to help your body heal itself. 
#nervoussystemdisorders #anxiety #stress #autoimmune #insomnia #mld #lymphaticdrainage #manualymphaticdrainage #thelymphaticbrush #tlb #cecilybraden #stopchasingpain #nervoussystem #neevoussystemregulation #adhd #autism #autismmom #massagetherapist #somatichealing #abmp

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