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How To Massage The Breast

Posted on December 22, 2014 at 7:55 PM Comments comments (0)

At Beyond The Spa, we recommend that you to do regular breast self- massage everyday. The best time would be right after you shower, but it can be at any time of the day. This weekly routine should be considered as an exercise, and it does not have to be complicated, 5 minutes is all you need.

The following 6 steps provide a very basic yet effective way of familiarizing yourself with the breast area. Many women are uncomfortable with doing self exams let alone massages so having a step by step guide makes the process more comfortable to perform.

  • Start by using the hand opposite the breast you massage (right hand, left breast, left hand, right breast).Apply defining gel, begin with light to moderate pressure using circular strokes working out from the nipple and into the underarm and then back into the middle of your chest (breast bone)
  • Using a circular motion, just move your fingers around the breast.
  • Gently massage and knead each breast. You can gently lift each breast and gently apply pressure. Use only light to moderate pressure as this will help move fluids out of the breast.
  • Using both hands, gently twist each breast in a kind of wringing motion.
  • Again, with the opposite hand, use the flat part of your fingers to gently lift the tissue beginning at the underarm toward the nipple.
  • Place your fingers on your breastbone until you find the valleys in between your ribs. Using your fingers, gently follow the grooves of your ribs and move all the way up from your breastbone to collar bone. Then move your fingers back to your breastbone and gently follow the grooves of your ribs all the way to the bottom of your rib cage.

Massaging the breasts, however, is good for promoting their health and for giving it a firm and beautiful appearance.

Indeed, breast massage is one of the best ways to help create a more beautiful bustline by helping to shape, tone and promote growth of the breast and the area surrounding the breast.



Breast Lift and Why Massaging Your Breast Is Good For You

Posted on December 22, 2014 at 7:25 PM Comments comments (0)

For years doctors have stressed the importance of regular breast inspections for early breast cancer awareness. By regularly massaging the breasts, it is possible to detect abnormalities. This study provides evidence that not only is breast massaging important for breast cancer detection, but it is also important for prevention.

Doing self breast examinations are very different from breast massages. Both are critical for the health and wellness of the breast tissue. With a breast massage the goal is to provide lymph gland drainage which can help cleanse, detox and improve your overall immune system.By massaging the breast, you reduce the toxic buildup surrounding the breast tissue. There is typically a reduction in breast tenderness due to hormonal fluctuations and an improvement in the overall health of the lymphatic system.

Beyond The Spa has discovered a way to naturally lift the breast area with effective massage techniques and the right products.The products used are a Breast Firming Serum, Balm, and Mask, along with a Contouring Wrap. Here is a before/after picture of after 3 massage lift sessions;


Benefits of products;

Serum- firms up slackening of breast tissue with Pueraria Mirifica Extract. It's bio-identical plant based estrogen that women already produce so the body recognizes it, which nourishes the breast tissue. Another key ingredient is Vegetal Polypeptides that create a natural firming & tensing.

Balm- Helianthus & jojoba oils work together to nourish & hydrate the outer breast skin. Plant extracts & rose hip oil firm the tissues as glycerin hydrates the cells to enhance the plumping effect. Wheat proteins are used to improve firmness along with essential oils.

Mask- contours the bust with natural vegetable and marine ingredients to give bust the firmness & moisture needed.

Wrap- enhances the toning and firming results also with all natural ingredients.

At home care is defining gel that will be used daily to help maintain results.


Good Candidates

  • Women with sagging, poorly shaped breast, ages 30-65 and is beneficial to mothers "post" breast feeding.
  • You are physically healthy and maintain a stable weight
  • You do not smoke
  • Your breast have a flatter, elongated shape
  • When unsupported, your nipples fall below the breast crease
  • Your nipples and areolas point downward
  • You have stretched skin and enlarged areolas
  • One breast is lower than the other

Over time, your breasts can continue to change due to aging and gravity. You’ll be able to retain your new look longer if you:

  • Maintain your weight
  • Keep a healthy lifestyle
  • Follow the recommended breast massage protocol with recommended products

Not recommended for pregnant women, breast feeding mothers or women diagnosed with medical conditions related to the breasts.

Changes that occur in the breasts during pregnancy can minimize or reverse the improvement a breast lift provides.