There are many ways to fight cellulite and improve your skin’s appearance. The most important thing that you must remember is that nothing works instantly and that in order to be effective, you have to take time for the effect to be visible.
- Apple vinegar
Apple cider vinegar is one of the methods that you can call in the fight against cellulite and it can even help reduce stretch marks. There are many ways in which you can use apple cider vinegar: rub it directly on your skin or put 3 tablespoons in half a glass of water and drinking this mixture daily.
- Give up salt and sugar
One of the best weapons in the fight against cellulite is your diet. Both sugar and salt make cellulite to be more visible. Moreover, sugar remains stored in fat cells, causing them to expand.
- Scrub with coffee
Surely you’ve heard of this treatment. You can use coffee grounds to get rid of cellulite. Mix coffee grounds with olive oil and massage your body using this mixture. This simple treatment will exfoliate your skin, leaving it silky-smooth.
- Drink plenty of water
Water is an excellent tool in the fight against cellulite. The two liters of water that you should consume daily ensure the elimination of toxins, stimulate circulation and improve lymphatic drainage.
- Green Tea
Green tea or green tea extract contain an ingredient called theobromine that reaches all layers of the skin and helps destroy fats. Also, studies have shown that green tea prevents the formation of cellulite and help to disperse existing cellulite. For a faster result you can try green tea extract supplements.
- Stimulate your blood circulation
If you want to get rid of cellulite forever, increase your blood flow. Here are some quick tips to boost your circulation:
- Eat magnesium – magnesium is a very good nutrient to stimulate circulation. Good sources of magnesium include spinach, avocado and mackere
- Hydrotherapy – go in the shower and alternate between 30 seconds of cold water and 30 seconds of warm water. This technique is used by professional athletes after workouts in order to increase blood flow.
- Train every day – do a low intensity short workout, every day, to mobilize your joints, knees, hips and shoulders. Even a long walk of 30 minutes for 2 times per week is a good start.