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Vacuum suction powerpoint

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Vacuum suction powerpoint

  1. 1. Lymphatic draining with vacuum Clare Hargreaves-Norris suction NVQ Level 3 Beauty Therapy
  2. 2. Clare Hargreaves-Norris Introduction This mechanical treatment uses external suction to lift the facial tissues via small moving cups. The treatment is similar to a massage; however, suction is applied instead of pressure. If performed correctly the treatment is very relaxing. The main use of this treatment is to stimulate the lymphatic and circulatory systems, thus aiding the flow of waste products and tissue fluids from the area to the nearest lymph nodes.
  3. 3. The vacuum suction machine Clare Hargreaves-Norris  The unit consists of a vacuum suction pump that is powered by an electric motor, a selection of cups/ventouses and plastic tubing that connects the two together.  The switch controls the amount of pressure exerted on the tissues and the gauge displays this information.  The suction effect occurs due to a reduced atmospheric pressure inside the cup. As the air is sucked out, the skin and subcutaneous tissue is sucked upwards.  The machine will also have an on/off switch and most units have a second outlet, which blows out air and is used to spray various preparations.
  4. 4. Clare Hargreaves-Norris Cups and ventouses Facial cups are available in small to medium and are used for general drainage of the face and neck and to concentrate on areas of fatty tissue on the chin and jaw line. Comedone ventouse is used to mechanically extract comedones commonly found on the chin and nose area. Flat ventouse is used to treat expression lines and wrinkles.
  5. 5. What are the main uses of the vacuum suction facial treatment? Clare Hargreaves-Norris
  6. 6. Uses of the vacuum suction treatment  Improves a dry skin as the sebaceous glands are stimulated. Clare Hargreaves-Norris  Dead skin cells are removed.  Improves poor lymphatic circulation.  Drains waste products from the tissues.  Improves poor blood circulation.  Increases cellular activity.  Reduces areas of fluid retention.  Assists with the removal of fatty deposits.  Improves the appearance and condition of the skin.  Aids de-congestion of blocked pores and comedones.
  7. 7. Restrictions to a vacuum suction treatment Clare Hargreaves-Norris Broken capillaries Sunburn Loose, fragile or crepey skin Infected acne Delicate or sensitive skin
  8. 8. Direction of application for a facial vacuum suction treatment. Clare Hargreaves-Norris
  9. 9. Importance of applying the treatment in a certain direction When applying the facial vacuum suction treatment you should direct all strokes towards the nearest lymph nodes. Clare Hargreaves-Norris
  10. 10. What precautions should you take when applying the vacuum Clare Hargreaves-Norris suction treatment?
  11. 11. Clare Hargreaves-Norris Precautions  Check that the dials are at zero before applying the treatment.  Test the machine on yourself prior to applying to the client.  Apply sufficient massage medium to the area to allow movement, to provide a seal and to prevent bruising.  Always release the pressure before removing the cup, by removing your finger from the hole or pushing finger under the cup to break the seal, if not bruising will occur.  Do not work over the lymph nodes.  Never exceed a 20% lift in the cup/ventouse.  Remember to re-adjust the suction when moving from the facial area to the neck.  Do not over treat an area.
  12. 12. Effects of the vacuum suction treatment on the different systems Clare Hargreaves-Norris of the body
  13. 13. Clare Hargreaves-Norris Lymphatic system  Simulates the pumping action that the muscles normally create on the lymph vessels. By alternately applying and releasing pressure over the lymph vessels, the lymph fluid is moved towards the nearest lymph node.  Lymphatic circulation is increased which assists with the removal of waste products from the area.  The appearance of any puffiness will improve as treatment assists with the removal of tissue fluids from the area.
  14. 14. Clare Hargreaves-Norris Circulatory system  Circulation is increased which brings fresh oxygen and nutrients to the area.  Improves the efficiency of the removal of waste products from the area.  Vasodilation of the blood vessels results in erythema.
  15. 15. Clare Hargreaves-Norris Nervous system  Soothing effect on the sensory nerve endings.
  16. 16. Clare Hargreaves-Norris Muscular system  Increased circulation brings fresh oxygen and nutrients to the muscles and removes waste products, thus improving muscle functioning.
  17. 17. Clare Hargreaves-Norris Skeletal system  Increased blood supply to the area will nourish the bones.
  18. 18. Clare Hargreaves-Norris Skin structures  Aids desquamation.  Cell metabolism is speeded up improving the skin’s appearance.  Vasodilation of the blood vessels improves skin colour.  Fatty deposits are softened, therefore helping to improve the appearance of the skin’s contours.  Sebaceous glands are stimulated and therefore secrete additional sebum.

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