With the Diwali revelry just behind us and the wedding season on in full swing, it’s tough to not stray from our fitness regimens and avoid piling on those pounds. While nothing beats a good diet and exercise programme, a lymphatic drainage massage could prove to be a game changer for those looking for a quick detox. A huge trend in the West that is slowly gaining popularity here too, this massage helps to increase the supply of oxygen in your blood, improve circulation and increase lymphatic drainage—thereby reducing water retention, bloating and the appearance of cellulite, while also relaxing the muscles and helping you de-stress. Many skincare experts are now advising the use of Body Ballancer, a US FDA approved device, instead of a manual lymphatic massage which, to a large extent, depends on the service provider. “The Body Ballancer uses proven pressotherapy technology that works with the help of 24 individual air chambers per suit to ensure all your areas are taken care of. This is a much more advanced technique to ensure optimal lymphatic drainage and comfort,” says Mumbai-based dermatologist Dr Harshna Bijlani. The Ageless Clinic, which she heads, is one of the fi...