Thursday, February 26, 2015

Swedish Lymphatic Drainage Massage @Face Factors Clinic

It was really tiring for the last few weeks, besides the laden assignments, it's all the strenuous in life. It was kinda hectic for me in this trimester, with all the studio shooting and table works. The feeling of sitting stiffly in front of your laptop for up to 5 hours daily, can kill.
Hence, I have decided to pay a visit to Face Factors Clinic and experienced their Swedish Lymphatic Drainage Massage treatment, for a much relaxing and de-stress session.



Here's the surrounding which is quite cozy and spacious, with classic kind of couch at the waiting zone.

Here's the room where the massage was carried out. The room was actually shared with others and with only one curtain apart. I actually prefer more privacy session as I feel uncomfortable with other people around and I can still clearly heard each other whispering or even the squeaky bed sound.

Before head on to the details of the massage treatment, I would love to share some of the advantages of it.
By performing lymphatic drainage massage, the opening of the initial lymphatic can be stimulated and the volume of lymph flow can be increased as much as 20 times.
Thus, it helps to:
  • boost our body immune system
  • removing harmful substances from our body tissues
  • heel scars
  • enhance our skin quality, especially face
  • reduce the risk of edema.

The treatment kick started with full body scrubbing to remove dead skin layers, followed by massage with Swedish massage oil. The scent of massage oil is very refreshing and relaxing, sort of lemon tree kind of aroma.

It was a full body massage, from head to toes. Yet, the massage is mainly on lymph nodes, focusing on thighs, arms and stomach, so these few areas took most of the time.

Here's the before and after the massage. As you can see the shape of my ankle was much obvious and the shape of my thigh was much firmer after the massage.

After the 2 hours of massage, this treatment ended up with I was placed in the heater (hotbed) to perform sweating session for around 15 minutes after being mummied with warm towels. I napped a little during this session. No worry, if the temperature is too high, it is adjustable (just let the staffs know). I was so surprised that all the towels were damn soaked (guess I hasn't sweat for like 5 years), I think the amount of sweat can be filled into a big pail.

I can immediately feel the difference before and after the massage session. I felt much energetic and refreshing.
2 hours after the massage, I felt pretty exhausting, yet not having any symptom like nausea. I was told by the staff that having symptoms like tired, vomiting and uneasy is normal, as our body have lost so much of water after the treatment.  I was advised to drink a lots of water in order to prevent dehydration. Remember, consuming loads of water is important!

I felt severe pain during the massage session. As af irst timer, my lymph vessels were kinda clogged I guess. After few sessions of clearing the nodes, I won't feel the pain anymore. I saw bruises on my thighs few days after the massage, yet it gone off kinda soon.

Swedish Lymphatic Drainage Massage
RM 178 per trial and RM 350 per session
RM 3500 package (10+4)


For more information, please feel free to visit  
Face Factors Clinic
Solaris Dutamas,
Jalan Dutamas 1,
50480 Kuala Lumpur,
Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Tel : 03-6205 3508 
FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Face-Factors-Clinic/179414018743475O
Official Website: www.facefactorsclinic.com/


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