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.

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Kelly Sturm x TLB 

Thank you Kelly @cancerrehabpt for this amazing TLB Full-body Tutorial, which can be viewed in full on her YouTube Channel. 

💦 Comment YouTube link for a direct link to video
💦 Comment Purchase Link for shop link (use code KS10 for 10% off TLB)

Kelly Sturm is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, Certified Lymphedema Therapist, Board Certified Oncology Clinical Specialist who has one simple mission: 

“To educate as many people as possible who are living with lymphedema (and after cancer) that pain, limitations and discomfort are common, but it doesn’t make them normal. 

Many people who are affected by cancer and its treatment get told that chronic discomfort and pain are now their “new normal.” This could not be further from the truth. You don’t have to assume that living with pain is your only option. 

With the right education and tools, you can minimize your symptoms and maximize your life. Empowering with education is the reason why Cancer Rehab PT exists.”

Pro Tip: Connect and Sweep | Avoid Flicking

The Lymphatic Brush is not a typical dry brush, but rather the first and only tool that is designed specifically to target the superficial lymphatic vessel system. 

Due to the specific density and bristle pattern, it engages the skin in a precise way to soften tissue fluid and mimic the passive contraction of the lymph vessels to manually propel lymph through the vessel system.

The Lymphatic Brush is an easy and effective way to incorporate lymphatic drainage into your skin and body care routine. It’s durable, but soft and won’t cause pain or discomfort. 

Use code KS10 for 10% off your purchase.

Kelly has additional resources and programs available on her website. 
#lymph #mld #manuallymphdrainage #cancerrehab #lymphedema #cancersurvivor #drybrushing #theltymphaticbrush #lympheducation #postcancer #edema #bodycare
Pro TLB Tip: Connect and Sweep
The theory and techniques in the video can be transferred to using TLB in your personal care routine. Watch to the end for important tips. 

Connect and sweep with a horizontal shift of the skin. Avoid the tendency to add pressure. .

Step 1: Open terminus with static rotations and gentle sweeping in the soft hollow at the base of the neck. Swipe through the posts for tutorials and  instruction.
Step 2: Activate the lymph nodes in the region your working (groin, underarms, behind knee)

Step 3: Connect and sweep towards the closest lymph node clusters. 

You can use short, long and overlapping sweeps to clear a pathway for fluids to flow to and through the lymph nodes to be filtered on their way back to the heart. 


The Lymphatic Brush is used on dry skin, but the intention is to move lymph, not increase circulation as with dry brushing. 

💦 Upcoming Hands-on Workshops

📍Zurich | July 12-13
📍New York | Sept 9-10 
📍Lyon, FR | Sept 30-Oct 1
📍Paris, FR | Oct 6-7 
Instruction for The Lymphatic Brush (face only) is included in our Gua Sha Facial Fusion courses. 

Visit the CJB Spa & Wellness Academy link in profile for an updated class list. 
#bodytreatments #lymphaticdrainage #thelymphaticbrush #lymph #mld #cecilybraden #spa #resorts #massagetherapist #drybrushing #edema #lymphedema #swelling #fluidretention
The Lymphatic Brush x Puffy Eyes & Dark Circles

Pro tip: The theory, pathways and techniques are the same whether you’re working on a client, or yourself. Use the contour of the cheekbone and work below the soft tissue under your eye. 

Step 1: Open Terminus
Scroll down or visit the highlights for working the neck and the “opening sequence” video. This is non-negotiable when it comes to working with the lymphatic system and especially, reducing puffiness and dark circles around the eyes. 

It’s about “connection” not pressure. Connect the textured bristles to the skin and allow the brush to do the work. 

Look for the slight “stretch and shift” in the skin and allow it to naturally rebound. 

It’s not about pressure, it’s about connection and directing the fluids outward and downward. The stretch is essential, so be sure you’re allowing the bristles to engage the tissue as you sweep. A gentle stretch will turn into a sweep as you glide the brush along the skin. That’s how it works! 

Use the contours of your face as your guide and sweep along the natural geography of your skin. Not only will it feel good, it will unearth the beauty of your unique face and shape. 

There is a step-by-step guidebook on the website. Link in bio.

Keep flowing and glowing! 
💦 Upcoming Workshops
📍Zurich | July 12-13 (3 spaces)
📍New York | Sept 9-10
📍Lyon, FR | Sept 30- Oct 1
📍Paris | Oct waitlist open
📍London | waitlist open
#minimalskincare #lymph #lymphdrainage #mld #facialmassage #puffyeyes #darkcircles #inflammation #eyefatigue #fillers #cecilybraden #thelymphaticbrush #drybrushing
Love your lymph! 

Thank you Bea Perez @facialistabybea (Barcelona, Spain) for sharing this beautiful photo.

It’s amazing to see The Lymphatic Brush makes its way around the world, spreading the love and power of lymphatic drainage. 

The Lymphatic Brush is a minimalistic and modern approach to skin and body care that focuses on the FUNCTION of your skin. 

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’s a conscious consumer choice based on the awareness that “less is more” and ultimately, reduces waste on a grander scale. Less products = less investment = less waste.

💦 Focus on function; improve internal health
💦 Clear clutter; get rid of what’s not working
💦 Ease financial stress; save money
💦 Simplify routine; reduce anxiety, shame, guilt
💦 Have more time to rest; enjoy downtime 


#minimalskincare #simpleskincare #lymphdrainage #sustainability #sustainableskincare #minimalist

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