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Lymphatic Drainage Air Compression Therapy

Pressotherapy Lymphatic Drainage Air Massage

30 minutes - $79

 add-on to CryoGlo or CryoCupping for $49

Rid toxins, reduce fat and cellulite and speed up lymphatic drainage while tightly embraced in our 

pressotherapy suit. SculptGlow’s Pressotherapy is a lymphatic drainage air compression suit for detoxification and weight loss allowing for double fat emulsion and lymphatic drainage.


Pressotherapy uses a relaxing air pressure compression suit to squeeze targeted areas of the body to aid in lymphatic drainage. This helps define the arms, legs, and abdomen, as well as help ease aches and pain by promoting the body’s natural detoxification response.

Pressotherapy lymphatic drainage air pressure massage delivers a gentle rhythmic pumping pressure through a compression suit. 


This relaxing and customized 30 minute session will improve the circulation of body fluids and enhance the natural release of toxins from the body.


From cellulite reduction and weight loss to helping with tired legs and swollen feet, this lymphatic drainage support reduces water retention and improves vascular, lymphatic circulation and detoxification. 

As we naturally age, more toxins become trapped and build up in our cells. Body fluids become thicker, regeneration slows down and detoxification paths need more support.


The cumulative effect of treatments result in improved metabolism as the waste products are eliminated and flushed from the system via the kidneys.


Optimal support for:

  • Cellulite reduction

  • Slimming, detoxifying and body sculpting

  • Relieving pain and swelling

  • Toxic build-up, edema and fluid retention (puffy ankles, heavy legs, bloating)

  • Enhances the natural flow of the lymphatic system, immune system

  • Improves blood circulation

  • Reduces water retention

  • Constipation and other digestive disorders

  • Pre and post-operative cases (cosmetic surgery or cases where lymph nodes have been removed or the lymphatic system impaired)


  • Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)

  • Acute infection of the affected limb           

  • Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)

  • In situations where increase venous and lymphatic return is cautioned