Massaging your breasts should only take about five to 10 minutes and should be done daily once cleared to do so by your explant surgeon. The pressure should be light, applied with the full palm or the underside of the fingers.
Breast massage helps relieve toxin build-up and encourages blood circulation for a healthy lymphatic system.
Some useful massage techniques include small circular strokes, moderate compression, kneading motions, lifting and pressing and light lymph compression. Gently massaging the breasts increases oxygen and nutrients and helps keep the tissue clean of impurities. Too many women lack true care and connection with their bodies, and as a result, with their breasts.
Using the hand opposite the breast you want to massage, begin by applying an organic oil or massage lotion of your choice (the benefits of the massage are enhanced when you use an organic oil), gently applying moderate-pressure circular strokes, out from the nipple and working into the underarm. Then repeat from the nipple to the centre of the chest (sternum). Do both breasts.
Move your fingers around your whole breast in a gentle circular motion, lubricating your fingers with an organic oil to make gliding easier.
Gently massage by kneading each breast, using lifting and slightly compressive movements. Include moderate-pressure compressions to move stagnant fluids out of the breast.
Place one hand on top of the breast and one on the bottom of the breast. Stroke lightly, stretch the skin, “like patting a cat.” Move the top hand across the top of the breast toward the armpit, simultaneously moving the bottom hand across the bottom of the breast in the opposite direction, then reverse. Repeat 10 times.
Massage can firm sagging breasts and add definition, helping the skin’s support structure to increase the firmness of the breast.