If you are like most women, there’s a high chance that you have cellulite somewhere on your body. This is nothing to be ashamed of – rather, take it as an opportunity to love yourself the way you are. Because even the thinnest women can sometimes develop cellulite, you don’t have to feel bad!
If you have cellulite that you have been trying to get rid of, you should try getting more exercise. While this will not make the cellulite go away, it will redistribute some of the fatty deposits and remove some of the excess fluids. This will make the problem areas look a lot smoother.
Brush your skin with a body brush. The body brush helps your skin in multiple ways. It removes dead skin, boots your overall circulation, and even improves what’s called lymphatic flow. That in fact helps lower the amount of cellulite that you are dealing with. Make it a habit to brush at least twice per day. Do not buy any creams that promise to help you get rid of cellulite because these things never work. The only things these products may offer is a temporary reprieve. You should keep your money in your pocket because any who offers a miracle cure is out to scam you.
Apply moisturizer often. There are many reasons why you should do this. It really does help fight cellulite. Massage those issues gently way when applying it. Massaging it into skin breaks up fatty deposits and reduces cellulite.
Eating well can make a significant difference when it comes to cellulite. Eat a lot of vegetables and fruits. Their alkaline ash will improve your appearance. If you are having trouble getting as many servings of vegetables as you need, try juicing.
Cut down on the salt that you eat in your diet. Salt may taste good, but it actually makes you retain fluids. This can be very problematic and increase cellulite pockets. If you lower the amount of salt you eat, you could see a surprising amount of improvement quite quickly.
To keep cellulite at bay, try maintaining a regular exercise regimen that includes lunges. These particular moves really help firm up the thighs. These exercise build up lean muscle in the thighs and buttocks, which cellulite is generally present. Maintain proper form when doing these exercises to keep away the cellulite by not letting your knees go too far over your toes. Also, keep the heel on the front foot pressed into the floor while squeezing your glutes. Despite claims made by different products, there’s no way to magically get rid of cellulite in a short amount of time. However, you can camouflage your cellulite. On darker skin tones, cellulite is less noticeable. If your skin is light-toned, apply a self-tanner before going to the beach or pool in your new bathing suit. The dimpling of your skin won’t be so noticeable.
If you have cellulite, drinking water can help strengthen your skin’s collagen and make it appear less lumpy. Stay hydrated also helps your body to shed excess fat, which if often stored in deposits. This simple tip also allows you to be healthier in general, and you can start today!
Increasing protein in your diet is another great way to get rid of cellulite. One of the main causes of cellulite is water retention. Protein contains something called Albium, which absorbs any excess fluid you may have. Poultry, fish, and tofu are all great sources of protein; try to eat once at least once a day.
As said previously, cellulite is not the mark of an unhealthy diet or lazy person. Most women have cellulite somewhere on their body, due to the thinness of their epidermis and the way fat is distributed. Don’t let yourself feel ashamed anymore- accept your body the way it is instead of comparing yourself to airbrushed models!
*Consult with a physician before attempting any tips in this blog post.