Face lymphatic drainage/vacuum suction


What is it?

Vacuum suction treatment is applied to the surface of the skin tissue causing lift and stimulation of the underlying structures.
Vacuum suction is aimed at improving blood flow and Lymph circulation. Lymph fluid transports metabolic waste and fatty materials via the lymph nodes and lymphatic system.

What results can you expect?

Vacume suction improves lymphatic circulation, which has a detoxing effect, aiding the skins natural function to remove waste products from the skin as well as reducing puffiness. It helps to brighten the skin by exfoliating dead skin cells and reducing dead skin cell build up on the surface of the skin. The treatment stimulates the microcirculation which brings blood to the epidermal layers, resulting in increased nourishment to the cells, better muscle tone and an improved complexion. It also aids cellular regeneration in sluggish, mature or dehydrated skin.

How many sessions are required?

We recommend a course of 4 facials, once a week for optimum results.

How does it work?

A very light, gentle suction is applied to the surface of the skin via the ventouse which causes a lift and stimulation of the underlying lymphatic vessels.  The venoutse glides in the direction that the lymph flows and towards the lymphatic nodes to further encourage drainage.  Lymphatic fluid gets cleaned and filtered in the lymph nodes, thus cleaning the skin from within.

Treatment timing.

An estimate of 20 to 30 minutes

Does it hurt?

Most people find it very soothing and fall into a state of deep relaxation.


No recovery time is required and you can return to work or normal activities immediately after a treatment.


- Very recent scar tissue
- Varicose veins
- Thyroid disease
- Thrombosis and phlebitis
- Infectious skin conditions



One session: £30,00


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