Lymphatic drainage is a technique that has been used for a long time for a variety of body problems, especially those related to excess weight, flaccidity, cellulite, and fluid retention.
The body has certain types of fluids that circulate to make it work properly. However, sometimes and due to a variety of factors, these liquids may not circulate properly.
In these cases, lymphatic drains are very useful, because they allow to restore correct circulation and achieve a general improvement in a wide variety of fields, ranging, as I mentioned, from Overweight to fluid retention.
How does it work?
Lymphatic drainage can be done in two different ways. First, it can be practiced manually. That is, by massages, in which the specialist “activates” the draining function of the body.
In this way, the fluids can circulate well for a certain period of time, until another session is made necessary to continue to give the same positive results.
On the other hand, there are also lymphatic drains that use different types of machinery and apparatus, but, in general, it is only a sophistication of draining massage, in which, instead of using the hands, rollers or other devices are used.
The result is essentially the same.
As you can imagine, to undergo this type of treatment it is not necessary to have a previous preparation, nor is it necessary to have a process like the preoperative surgery. You just go to the clinic,and they give you the massage.
What’s the price?
The price ranges from 20 to 50 euros per session. Normally, one session per week is needed, which means that the monthly price is between 80 and 200 euros. It is one of the most affordable treatments of this kind.
However, you should keep in mind that the price of lymphatic drainage for cellulite may vary, depending on the following factors:
Country: the first thing you have to take into account when considering the prices for this type of treatment is that the country matters. Those countries with lower purchasing power tend to have lower prices for this type of treatment, but this does not mean that the quality of the service will be lower.
Geographical area: the geographical area in which you move is also important, because within the same country there can be a great disparity in purchasing power, and it should be taken into account. If you go to a city with a lower purchasing power, the treatment can come out noticeably cheaper.
Prestige of the clinic: of course, the prestige of the clinic is also important, and it is one of the factors that most affect the price. Of course, even if it is more expensive, I always recommend that you go to those clinics that have the most prestige, because it is your health that is at stake. It’s best not to go cheap in these cases.
Prestige of the specialist: although the prestige of the specialist is not as important as that of the clinic in this type of treatment (unlike cosmetic surgery treatments, where the prestige of the surgeon is very important), it is also advisable to look for references and put yourself in the hands of the best professionals.
Extra services: as for extra services, it should be noted that, in some cases, there are services such as psychological support, the design of dietary or exercise plans, etc.that can be included in the price. You have to keep this in mind when choosing the best option for your treatment.
Number of Sessions: finally, the number of Sessions is also relevant when talking about radio frequency for cellulite. To the extent that each person has different needs, you may need more sessions than another person, and vice versa. In general, the more sessions, the cheaper the unit price.