How to Get Rid of Cellulite? 5 Home Remedies for You to Try

How to Get Rid of Cellulite at HomeAlthough cellulite isn’t dangerous for the health at all (in fact, it’s a natural condition that affects almost all women to a certain degree), many women seek treatment because they find the “orange-peel skin” on their thighs and buttocks aesthetically displeasing. If you’re looking for ways to get rid of cellulite, check out these five home remedies.


Scrubs

The main task of a body scrub is to exfoliate the skin, i.e. to remove dead skin cells and excess oil from its surface. In addition, body scrubs help to relieve the symptoms of cellulite by boosting microcirculation and lymph drainage. If you want to get rid of cellulite, opt for a salt, sugar or coffee scrub infused with essential oils or warming extracts (peppermint, cayenne pepper, etc.). Use it on problem areas three times a week, and you will notice the result in 3 or 4 weeks.

Try this: Sugar Body Scrubs by Cocos


Soaps

An anticellulite soap is a gentler version of an anticellulite scrub. It contains scrubbing particles (coffee, fine sand, bran, oatmeal, etc.) that improve circulation and polish the skin. In addition, anticellulite soaps contain ingredients that absorb toxins from the skin, for example, kaolin (cosmetic clay), charcoal or mud.

Try this: Natural Anticellulite Soap


Body Wraps

A body wrap is a treatment where the skin is covered in mud or a special mixture and then wrapped in bandages or plastic wrap. Body wraps help your body to get rid of excess fluid and toxins, as well as make the skin smoother and firmer. Anticellulite wraps usually contain caffeine, red pepper extract, and other ingredients that improve microcirculation and reduce the appearance of cellulite.

Try this: YAKA Coffee & Chocolate Body Wrap Cream for Smooth and Supple Skin


Anticellulite Baths

A bath won’t help you to get rid of cellulite, but it will prepare your body for further treatments, including the aforementioned exfoliation and body wraps. The best temperature for an anticellulite bath is about 37 degrees Celsius (close to your body temperature). For the best effect, take a few handfuls of sea salt or Epsom salt, add some essential oil of your choice, and dissolve the salt in the bath water. Soak in the bath for 15 to 30 minutes, then massage your problem areas with a dry brush.

Try this: Pharma Bio Laboratory Bath Salts


Anticellulite Oils

Regular massages with an anticellulite oil help to stimulate blood circulation and improve skin elasticity, making the skin softer and smoother. An anticellulite oil is a mixture of a carrier oil (or several oils), essential oils, herbal extracts, and other ingredients with an anticellulite effect, such as caffeine. Just like other remedies for cellulite, massages are more effective after a bath or shower.

Try this: Anticellulite Body Oil by Flora Secret


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