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My personal experience with the Lymphatic Brush

My personal wellness journey with The Lymphatic Brush began in October 2023. I have been using both the body and facial brushes regularly each week with the following intentions:

  • Support my lymphatic system in a new and accessible way with the brushes

  • Support my overall health and shift inflammation that occurs with Hashimoto's

  • I was diagnosed with PASH breast disease after a mammogram and core biopsy in 2020 which leaves my breast tissue painful at times, limiting my comfort with lying on my stomach and with general activity, so I wanted to see if the brushes would make any impact with pain

I took the first photo on the left in October and decided to try a second pic today to compare. I was surprised to see the shifts at my jaw line and below my ear, so I decided it was time to share my story and experience!

My goal with the brush work isn’t to change the way I look, but to shift inflammation and support my thyroid and overall health. I didn’t think I would see any change, so I was surprised when I actually saw a difference. The visual doesn't matter, but it does spark the conversation around the impact that the work has on the body and face.

What else have I experienced? Less tension and fascial pull in the front of my neck (platysma) when I look up, less tension and puffiness in my masseter with palpation, relaxation and presence with myself when I go through a routine - whether it is 3 minutes or 20 minutes, more energy and clarity after use, and so far, less pain in my breast tissue, especially during my premenstural cycle. I have also been more consistent with the brush work vs. other tools becuase it is so easy and accessible to use - that makes all the difference for me! Its been 100% positive experience and I'm grateful to have this resource as an option to support my health.


"The Lymphatic Brush features a unique bristle pattern and density combination that grips the skin in a precise way, targeting the superficial lymph vessels residing just under the skin. When combined with specialized techniques, it mimics the passive contractions of the lymph vessels to manually propel fluids and stimulate lymph flow.' -Cecily Braden

If you are intersted in learning more or experiencing the lymphatic brushes - I offer body and facial lymphatic wellness support services as well as 1:1 in person and zoom tutorials.

Lymphatic brushes are available in my shop for local pick up and shipping across the US.

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