Why Breast Care?

Because breasts are complex organs with unique and intricate anatomy. They’re wild, actually. The only organs that develop after birth and live outside the body. Their very nature is to change—at puberty through pregnancy and again at menopause—and of course during every menstrual cycle. This continual change and their complex composition (fat, tissue, lymph) makes them vulnerable to toxins. It’s why they need special attention.

Anatomy of the breast

Lymph Nodes

Clusters of immune cells that help filter the lymphatic system. If breast cancer spreads, the lymph nodes in the underarm are the first place it’s likely to go. Lymphatic massage drains excess fluid, which contains bacteria, toxins, and pathogens.


Cluster-like bunches of glands that are embedded in fatty and fibrous tissue and produce milk.


Thin tubes that carry milk to the nipples. ​​80% of all breast cancers start here.

Fatty Tissue

Fills the space between glandular and fibrous tissue. The amount of fat determines your breast density (more fat = less dense), as well as breast size.


The body’s largest organ absorbs everything—the good and the bad.


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Made up of radiating muscles that cause nipple stimulation to facilitate nursing. There’s no normal size, color, or shape, but if they have an unusual change, get them checked out.

Pectoralis Muscle

Works to hold up and support the breast. Implants can be placed either under or over the muscle.

So how do I care for them?

So many things impact breast health. It’s the food we eat, our genetics, our relationships, stress, lymphatic health, environmental toxins—the list goes on.

We’re here to help you create a breast care ritual that works for you—and your boobs. One that lets you connect with your body, feel supported and optimizes your breast wellness.

We get it, maybe you’ve never even thought about breast care—we didn’t either. So give yourself a minute as you figure out what the final frontier of self-care means to you.

Breast Massage 101

  • Some attention is better than none.
  • Apply a dropperful of breast oil.
  • Massage gently in a circular motion from the nipple outward.
  • Spend time on trouble or sore spots.
  • After massage, place your hand under your armpit and pump upwards to drain lymph and flush toxins.
  • Take a few deep breaths. Thank your boobs.
  • Breast massage supports lymphatic flow, improves breast tissue nutrition, boosts blood circulation, flushes toxins and excess estrogen, enhances elasticity of the ligaments and improves skin tone.

    *If you’re in active treatment or have had breast cancer, always connect with your practitioners to ensure safe massage.

Lisa & Tara show you how it’s done 😬

So what’s in it for my boobs?

Let’s get hands on.

1-Johns Hopkins
2-Carol Milgard Breast Center
3-NCBI, Ader DN1, South-Paul J, Adera T, Deuster PA
4-UC Davis Medical Center
5-Breast Cancer Prevention Partners BCPP
6-Viren Swami et al, The Breast Size Satisfaction Survey (BSSS)