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How To Get Rid of Cellulite

" A clinical study showed that daily massage with a particular essential oil blend can visibly reduce the appearance of cellulite."

 

9 in 10 women have cellulite

9 in 10 women have cellulite on their body. In itself, cellulite is a cosmetic rather than medical concern. Apart from its unwanted appearance, it doesn't pose any health risk.

What is Cellulite?

Cellulite is a fat deposit that causes the skin to dimple with an orange peel appearance. It is a very common condition among women, even more so in women with overweight.

Why Women is more prone to cellulite than men?

While men have more muscles, women have more fat in their body. Due to hormones that operate the body, men tend to store excess fat around the belly. In women, the excess fat is normally stored in various parts of the body like thighs, hips and buttocks. Due to the difference in the fat distribution, women are more prone to cellulite than men.

 

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How to get rid of cellulite?

Getting rid of cellulite can be very difficult and in some people, it is impossible to do it completely. Genetic predisposition can play a significant role. If your mother has cellulite, it is likely that you will have it too. Nevertheless, there are few things that you can do to reduce or get rid of cellulite.

1. Maintaining a Healthy Weight Helps Prevent and Reduce The Appearance of Cellulite

Obesity has long been known to worsen the appearance of cellulite. If you suffer from cellulite, it is important to maintain a healthy weight. A healthy diet helps to reduce excess fat in the body that will also reduce the appearance of cellulite.

2. Exercise Regularly To Burn The Excess Fat

With regular exercise, you are more likely to achieve the healthy weight. Exercise regularly helps burn the excess fat in your body. With less fat in your body, you are less likely to suffer from cellulite.

 

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3. Daily Massage Helps Reduce The Appearance of Cellulite 

A study published in the International Journal of Cosmetic Science showed that massaging the cellulite-prone areas with a particular essential oil blend can visibly reduce the appearance of cellulite.

After a shower or bath, warm a small amount of Ultra Smoothing Cellulite Serum Oil in your palms then gently but firmly massage the cellulite-prone areas in circular motion for a few minutes. Ultra Smoothing Cellulite Serum Oil has been specially formulated with rice bran, grapefruit, palmarosa, black pepper and lemon essential oils to detoxify, tone and reduce the appearance of orange-peel skin. It also contains rosemary and sweet fennel essential oils to boost circulation and reduce water retention. You can use it all over the body. It is perfect for tired legs, feet and arms, you can even use it to soothe aching muscles and joints after exercise.

For those who prefer a quick-absorbing gel rather than oil, try Anti-Cellulite Slimming Gel. This advanced stimulating body serum has been formulated with caffeine, silver birch plant extract, lemon, grapefruit, rosemary and black pepper essential oils to deliver anti-cellulite, slimming and toning effect. After a bath or shower, massage this gel in circular motion into problematic areas such as buttocks, thighs, waist and upper arms.

 

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Henry Tianus is a multi-award-winning Anti-Ageing Scientist based in London, UK. Henry Tianus has been listed as The Recognised Institute Practitioner at The Institute of Traditional Herbal Medicine and Aromatherapy (ITHMA), London (UK) since 2005. Henry Tianus's articles have been read by people in more than 100 countries with USA and UK at the top of the list. Join Henry Tianus eNewsletter to receive the latest health and wellbeing tips. 

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