Cellulite... no one's friend, right? While hereditary, we can still improve the appearance of it.
Here are some ways I have been able to decrease mine:
1. Healthy Diet. A healthy and mindful diet can keep a check on cellulite. Shedding a few pounds can help your fat cells move away from the dermis, thereby lending you a more even-looking skin. Cut down on foods high in salt; sodium causes your fat cells to swell. Eat plenty of fibers, whole grain, proteins, low fat and non fat dairy, fruits and vegetables, as it helps remove waste and toxins from the intestinal tract.
2. Consistent Workouts. Cellulite is basically fat that manages to bulge out through the epidermis, so cut down on extra pounds. Regular exercises like walking, jogging, swimming and yoga should help reduce the fat dimples. Experts suggest 40-minute exercise sessions (half cardio and half strength) three times a week for effective outcomes.
3. Dry Brushing. It is said to improve your blood circulation and lymphatic draining, and eliminates toxic build up in your body which significantly promotes cellulite. The improved blood flow further revitalises the skin, and makes it look plump and radiant.
4. Skincare. I have been using @glytoneusa's Slim Design Cellulite Night and Day Cream for the last couple of weeks now and I swear I can tell a difference. While creams are not permanent, when used regularly they can decrease the appearance of dimples. I have found that the magical ingredient is the caffeine inside of it! It works like a charm.
Would you be willing to try it?