While the cardiovascular system pumps blood through blood vessels, the lymphatic system, centered around the cervical lymph nodes, moves lymph fluid through muscle tissues, to aid the body in removing waste and toxins. Part of our immune system, it also scans against bacteria and viruses. 

Due to factors such as aging, lifestyle and overall health, this flow can become congested, leading to toxin and fluid build-up, skin puffiness, and a weakened immune system. 

 

Anna Bjoerkenvall LXMI

 

Use the LXMI Copper Wand for a quick, depuffing, and relaxing lymphatic face massage.

It helps to release tension, improve elasticity, reduce inflammation, and enhance natural glow. The cooling copper end depuffs and revitalizes skin by stimulating circulation. We love using it especially around our eyes, jawline and even sinuses on stuffy days. 

 

LXMI Copper wand lymphatic face massage

 

Apply a light pressure with the copper tip on cleansed and moisturized skin, to allow ample slide. Using tender, upward and outward strokes, gently massage to move fluid toward the network of lymph nodes located next to the nose, by the ears, and along the jawline. Pay extra attention to areas such as between your eyebrows, around the eyes and other spots prone to puffiness and fine lines. 

Apart from the relaxing face massage using the copper ball tip, scoop skincare products from jars using the flat, black end to keep your creams fresh and contamination-free. 

Store your copper wand in the fridge for even better, cooling results. The great, portable size makes it the perfect tool to keep in your purse for a quick pick-me-up during the day!

How to do lymphatic face massage

 

 

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