What Is The Lymphatic System? - Ginza No.1 Facial Salon | Japan Facial Care - Facia Ginza Singapore

What is the Lymphatic System?

The lymphatic system is a crucial part of your immune system. Through a network of hundreds of lymph nodes, it drains fluid called lymph to be transported back into your bloodstream. It also removes bodily waste and carries white blood cells that help prevent infection.

There are three main lymph nodes in the face and neck, which are the subauricular gland lymph nodes, the neck lymph nodes, and the clavicle lymph nodes. By massaging these parts, not only can the skin metabolize normally, reduce the occurrence of rashes and allergies, but also improve The dullness and puffiness of the face make the lines of the face and neck more clear.

Located in front of the root of the ear, it is called the lymphatic outlet of the face. The lymph nodes in the subauricular glands connect the chin and neck. By massaging the chin to the position behind the ear, it can help the lymph flow and make the facial contours clearer, so as to achieve the effect of firming and thinning the face.

As a lymphatic channel, it is located in the neck and is the most important lymphatic system connecting the head and body. Through massage, it can drain the facial lymph waste fluid downward. Massage the lymph in the neck frequently to return the facial skin to normal metabolic state.

The slightly depressed area above the collarbone. Near the left clavicle is where the veins are connected. Eventually all the lymph is collected here, and then flows from the veins to the kidneys and is excreted in urine. By massaging the clavicle lymph, you can prevent physical diseases.

Puffiness, muscle relaxation, pimples, rough skin, etc. on the face are all manifestations of the body’s poor basic metabolic capacity. Old waste and toxin accumulate in the body, and excess water cannot be discharged from the body. In order to let these things that are not conducive to the metabolism of the body out of the body, you need to massage the blocked lymph fluid to promote its flow.