Draining Anti-Cellulite Massage Oil
WITH GREEN TEA EXTRACT
The oil’s thicktexture is perfect for prolonging professional draining and anti-cellulitemassages, while the presence of purely vegetable oils guarantees a total lackof greasy residue.
Green Tea (made upof Theophylline, Gallic Acid, Caffeine and Theine)
- regulates themetabolism, reducing the absorption of sugars;
- induces asignificant lipolytic activity, promoting the removal of fats by enzymestimulation;
- stimulates bloodcirculation;
- remineralises andfights free radicals (antioxidant action).
Strengthens andimproves the performance of anti-cellulite massages, reducing the unsightlyeffects of cellulite. Leaves the skin feeling soft, smooth and toned.
reducing theunsightly effects of cellulite.
HOW TO USE
- Apply the oilon the area to be treated and massage by rubbing lightly.
- The oil’s thick texture enables longer massages and is useful, indeed almostessential, to perform a massage with Ricabody’s Active Circulation Boosting Anti-Cellulite Cream or its Draining Anti-Cellulite Treatment.
- We recommend you continue massaging lightly, to stimulate lymphatic circulation.
- At the end ofthe treatment the skin will appear soft and smooth, with no greasyresidue.
- We recommend using this Oil after a revitalising peeling session with Clay Scrub. Theremoval of dead cells prepares the skin to receive other activeingredients.
- For optimalresults, it would be best to attend a sauna or Turkish bath after thepeeling session as these dilate the pores, making the skin more receptiveto the active ingredients present in the Draining Anti-Cellulite Massage Oil.
TYPE OF MASSAGE RECOMMENDED:
Lymph drainage massage
- Manual lymphdrainage is suitable in the event of slow lymphatic circulation and in earlycases of cellulite at the edematous state. Edema is an increase in theinterstitial liquid located in tissues outside blood vessels and cells, causinga sort of swelling.
- The aim of lymphdrainage is to help remove the interstitial liquid and relax the muscle fibre.
- The movements mustbe delicate, slow and repeated several times, so as to allow the organism tofree itself of toxins and excess liquids. The hand of the masseuse must adherewell to the area being treated.
- Effects of thelymph drainage massage: improved micro-circulation (expulsion of excessinterstitial liquids from the tissues), improved cellular oxidation andincreased process of filtration/re-absorption at capillary vessel level.
- Gentle rubbing mustbe followed by the long, slow application of pressure (e.g. with fingers or thepalms), alternating these with phases of relaxation.
As well as fightingcellulite, manual lymph drainage helps sooth localized pain and relaxes tensemuscles.