We all struggle with it, the dimply, orange -peel looking flesh that doesn’t seem like it will go away. Cellulite is the culprit and is a common complaint among woman worldwide. Although it can’t be eradicated completely, there are several things we can do to reduce it.
According to Wellness Mama:
“Most sources agree that the dimpled appearance of cellulite occurs due to problems/imbalance in the connective tissue and fat in a person’s body, but there are many theories about what may cause this imbalance. It seems that hormones, diet, lifestyle and genetics all play a role but are not absolutes. While those who are overweight tend to have a higher chance of getting cellulite, many thin women complain of it as well.”
Some of the things that cause cellulite are:
· Poor diet
· Fad dieting
· Slow metabolism
· Lack of physical activity
· Hormone changes
· Total Body Fat
So you have the sources of cellulite, but what can one do to reduce it? Here are our top tips to reduce cellulite:
1. Drink Water
Drinking more than 3 liters of water daily should reduce your cellulite quickly, For the best results use 2-3 lemons in water. As soon as you wake up, drink half a liter of lemon water and then during the whole day, drink the remaining 2.5 liters.
Drinking water can have a wonderful effect on your cellulite, will keep your lower body hydrated and reduce bloating and bad water from your body.
2. Get A Massage
People often employ massage to reduce their cellulite.
“Massaging stimulates the lymphatic system, sending the toxins into the elimination channels for release. Massage your thighs and buttocks for ten minutes every day. You can choose a professional intervention by opting for vigorous, cellulite specific massages. It works on the connective and adipose tissues, providing long-lasting results. Massage also helps in easing your stress levels, while enhancing break down adhesion.
There are various types of anti-cellulite massages. All the slimming parlors have it under various names. The basic procedure involves enhancing the lymphatic drainage and stimulating the blood flow. A good anti-cellulite massage done with sesame oil, infused with essential herbs and salts, should always be accompanied by a steam session. This will help in the better removal of toxins and improve the flow of blood. Ayurvedic [Udvartanam] and deep tissue massages are usually recommended. A good masseur will be able to give you visible results in two to three sessions of an hour each.”
3. Anti-Cellulite Diet
What we eat also affects the prevalence of cellulite on the body, by eating healthy this will decrease it.
“There are many diets out there that purport to reduce cellulite but by just simply eating fruits and vegetables in different colors along with ginger, cayenne pepper, and other spices it can dramatically effect the presence of cellulite. These aid in improving your metabolism, thus ensuring a better blood flow.”
“Regular exercise burns calories boosts circulation, and improves muscular toning under the skin, thus helping in cellulite reduction. It also improves the lymphatic drainage and flushes out toxins from the cells. Exercise will also help to improve the overall appearance of the body by tightening, toning, and lengthening the muscles. Strength training is an important element in reducing the unsightly appearance of cellulite. Strengthening the muscles in the areas where you have cellulite can make the dimpling less noticeable. Choose the program that targets fat in lower body like thighs, abdomen, and hips.” Stylecraze
By following these tips to reduce cellulite, you will be well on your way to more firm skin. To explore alternative means of cellulite reduction, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org