Cellulite is a concern for a great deal of the population. While there are no health risks involved with cellulite, people cringe when they view their “cottage cheese” type thighs (or any other body part) in the mirror. The cause of cellulite is not quite clear. There is a dispute as to if it is simply genetic or if it is a buildup of toxins under the fatty layer of skin. Whatever the reason, people want to get rid of it. While most think liposuction is the only way to cure Cellulite , there are a great deal of natural remedies that should be considered first.
What a person does for their cellulite depends upon whether they want a short term fix or a long term fix. In the short term, cellulite can be disguised by tanning. If a tanning bed is not an option then tanning creams or spray tanning are great options. There are also creams and masks that can be applied to the affected area. Once again, these are short term fixes.
Long term fixes require daily practice. If the practices are stopped, then the cellulite returns. One such treatment involves a “coffee ground scrub”. To make the body scrub: mix coffee grounds, 1 tbs. of honey,1-2 tbs. of olive oil, dash of salt, dash of cinnamon, dash of cayenne pepper, together . Use the body scrub in the shower. Let sit for five minutes and wash off. The caffeine tightens the skin. The grounds promote circulation. The cinnamon and cayenne pepper draw the blood to the surface bring circulation to the skin, the honey disinfects and the olive oil moisturizes the skin. If this is not an option, then purchase an exfoliator scrub at the local drug store.
When attempting to get rid of Cellulite , changing current eating habit can go a long way. To remove toxins from the body, try to avoid too many caffeinated drinks, cigarettes and alcohol. Consume more water, fruits, vegetables, cranberry juice and green tea. All of these promote health, boost the immune system and flush out the toxins in the body. Drinking a tonic of honey and lemon helps rid the body of Kepha and ama toxins.
Do not forget the exercise. It is best to exercise 3-5 days a week for a minimum of 30 minutes each day. This will help reduce fat, boost immune systems and lower stress levels. Exercise must include cardiovascular and strength training regiments. There is no such thing as “spot reducing” so the entire body must be exercised in order to reduce/eliminate cellulite. Cardiovascular exercise needs to create sweat. The sweat and accelerated heart rate removes toxins and promotes good circulation.
Years ago, liposuction was considered the only solution to the unsightly “cottage cheese” look that plagued so many people. Today there are a great deal more options without the invasive procedure of surgery. Research all of the options and discover which of the natural remedies is the best fit.