How to Get Rid of Cellulite

How to Get Rid of Cellulite

It’s every woman’s dream to have silk-like, flawless skin, devoid of any unwanted hair, pimples and dimples. Cellulite is one of the most common skin imperfections, the biggest problem for most women, which easily affects the way we look and feel. These hateful dimples, which usually appear on the hips and buttocks, can easily reduce your self-confidence, especially when it comes to a relaxing day on the beach in a sexy bikini. Despite your age, weight and body type, you are likely to have cellulite, yet getting rid of it isn’t actually something impossible. Moreover, there are really effective anti-cellulite tips and remedies, which will let you get rid of these unpleasant skin diseases easily at home.

How to Get Rid of Cellulite
At first, let’s understand what causes cellulite:

• Hormone contraceptives

• Varix

• Sedentary life

• Stress

• Tight clothes

• High heel shoes

• Scarcity of oxygen

• Malposture

• Malnutrition

Now, it’s time to get rid of that hateful “orange peel’ forever! One of the fastest and easiest ways of getting flawless firm skin is massage. Massaging the problem zones of your body helps your blood circulate well, which will consequently release fat deposits. Moreover, massaging also helps to get rid of excessive water. You can either take a professional massage course or can use a hand anti-cellulite massager at home.

You can achieve amazing results, if you also use certain anti-cellulite remedies, besides massaging. According to specialists, it’s effective to use anti-cellulite creams containing caffeine. Caffeine is proved to reduce swelling around fat deposits and make your skin look smoother. The only problem is that the efficiency is not permanent.

How to Get Rid of Cellulite
Another trick is to drink more water, as well-hydrated skin certainly looks more beautiful and healthier. Doctors advise to drink no less than 8 glasses of water per day. They also warn that using salt and sugar too much can also stimulate cellulite appearance. Try to eat foods that contain lots of water.

It’s proved that whatever you do will be in vain without proper physical activity. Go for jogging, which will keep cellulite off your body for good. Cardio exercises also work well.

How to Get Rid of Cellulite
Besides leading such a healthy lifestyle, it’s also important to know a few effective homemade anti-cellulite remedy recipes. So here are a few effective wraps for you to try:

Anti-Cellulite Body Wrap With Sea Salt

Take 1.5 glass of sea salt and mix it with a glass of hot water. Blend the mixture carefully and add 1 glass of olive oil. You can also add a few drops of essential oils with anti-cellulite properties (for instance, lemon, orange, grapefruit, tangerine).

Once the mixture has cooled down, take a hot shower, rubbing your problem areas with a firm brush, and then apply the wrap to your wet or steamed skin. 15-20 minutes later, wash the mixture off and apply some nutritious cream. Repeat this twice a week.

Anti-Cellulite Body Wrap With Black Clay

Take a pound of back clay and mix it with warm water. Add a few drops of essential oils or even 1-2 spoonful of olive or vegetable oil. Blend the mixture well and apply it the same way as with the previous anti-cellulite body wrap.

Anti-Cellulite Body Wrap With Coffee

Cream half a glass of ground coffee with the same amount of common salt. Add a spoonful of brown algae and 4 spoons of olive oil. Apply the cream to your problem areas and rub your skin well. Later wash the wrap off.

Ladies, never fall into depression because of such small skin problems. Now you have enough beauty knowledge to struggle against these “orange peels’ and look radiant and confident as ever!

How to Get Rid of Cellulite

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Written by Armine Karapetyan
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