How to Care for Your Breasts

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Breast Care Awareness Month 


There are many good things we can do for our breast. When we take time to reconnect with our essential feminine nature there are a boundless benefits that unfold. Below are a few that we may guide you with, as well as 3 things you can do at home.

Many countries include breast massage in both their body and face treatment offerings, knowing that the breast is the area that holds the majority of our lymphatic nodes and ducts. By moving this fluid we strengthen our immune system, balance our hormones and brighten our complexion all at the same time.

Pomegranate Breast Massage Oil – A Tridoshic blend for toning, cleansing and nourishing the breast tissue. purchase here

Ageless Algae Mouse Mask – Wonderful for the face and very mineralizing and nourishing for the breasts. Apply as a mask to the breasts and décolleté and leave on for ten minutes before rinsing in the shower. Then apply body gel. available in-spa 

Firming Body Gel – Firms the breast tissue. purchase here select Water Gel 

Manual Massage – Applying a gentle massage will increase circulation and the overall health of the breast tissue.

Drainage & Light Therapy – Reduces congestion, increases circulation, eliminates toxins, and tonifies the breast tissue.

Pre & Post OPT Treatments Available.

Ask our Licensed BodiScience Skincare Therapist today about your personalized Beautiful Breast Home Regimen & in Spa Services!

Make your reservation today to experience our

BodiScience Facial & Breast Treatment

and receive a gift of a preview size Pomegranate Breast Massage Oil & instructions of a 10 step self breast massage sheet.

3 Things you can do this month to care for your breasts.

1.) Practice breast self-massage in tandem with spa services. The best oil to select is our Pomegranate Breast Massage Oil, as pomegranate oil, for thousands of years has been highly revered as a sacred fruit carrying potent antioxidant properties.

2.) Eat a diet low in animal or saturated fat or mono-saturated fats, refined sugar, dairy products, red meats, caffeine and high in whole grains (i.e. brown rice, oats, barley), green and orange vegetables (i.e. carrots, squash, kale, broccoli, cabbage, ect.)

3.) Be complimentary to yourself about what you like about your body and compliment others as well. Overcome the cultural stereotypes that imprison us and our view of others. According to Ayurveda, each body type has its own unique beauty. Seek that out in yourself and become it.

Bonus –  Shed your bra, as we have become more obsessed with how our breast look, we have created bras that hold us up, hold us in and even hold us with the help of water inserts, wires, plastic and foam. Allow our breasts to get some exercise helps to move the lymphatic fluid. When we remove our bra and see an indentation from the wire or push-up bra itself, we are constricting the flow and allowing toxins to accumulate. Constricting our breast tissue also weakens our muscles and may cause sagging.




About the Author:

Dawn Tardif, Founder and President of BodiScience Wellness Center & Spa since 1990, has more than 25 years in the health, wellness and spa industry. Ms. Tardif earned her degree in Ayurvedic Medicine from the International Ayurvedic Institute in 1999. She studied with top Ayurvedic leaders Dr. Deepak Chopra, Dr. David Simon, Melanie and Robert Sachs and Eve Taylor in her pursuit to become a master in the field of wellness. Ms. Tardif also holds certifications in Allopathic Medicine from the Boston University Mini-Medical School as well as Anti-aging Nutrition and Clinical Aromatherapy. Her commitment to continual education is the foundation of delivering the latest results-oriented treatments to her sophisticated clientele who seek out her innovative approach to health and wellness.

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