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Natural home treatment for cellulite

CELLULITE

“Cellulite” is a skin condition that gives the impression of small bumps and wrinkles under the skin. The bumps are caused by the underlying fat cells becoming too large and stretching the natural fiber compartments that hold the skin to the underlying tissue layers.

Cellulite” is ordinary fat, but ordinary fat that affects the appearance of the skin. Strands of fibrous collagen tissue connect the skin to the subcutaneous layers and also separate compartments containing fat cells. As the fat cells grow larger, these compartments bulge out and produce a wavy appearance of the skin.

Women are more likely to have cellulite than men because they have a vertical collagen pattern in the underlying layer that holds the fat cells, and when the fat cells become very large, they bulge out of the chambers and appear as cellulite.

In men, the collagen pattern is tighter, in a diagonal pattern, and they have thicker skin, which makes the individual fat cells bulge less. Another factor in cellulite is a high estrogen content because this hormone has a direct effect on the retention capacity of fat cells by increasing alpha-adrenoreceptors, the chemical doorways that tell your fat cells to retain their contents. Poor diet, poor circulation, and poor lymphatic circulation can all contribute to the appearance of cellulite.

TREATING THE SKIN WITH CELLULITE

There are several extra steps you can take for the treatment of cellulite. Consider your skincare regime and tailor it to the needs of skin that tend to swell with moisture, store fat, and have poor circulation.

Nutrition: 

Although cellulite is a skin condition, it is closely linked to the storage of excess fat. If you are significantly overweight, you should definitely adjust your diet. The food enzyme bromelain can improve the overall circulation to your skin and fat tissue by removing the accumulation of fibrin on the walls of blood vessels. The treatment of cellulite requires a two-pronged approach: one is to reduce the fat cells themselves, the other is to regenerate collagen and strengthen the skin outside the swollen fat cells.

Cleansing:

When cleansing your skin, use your washcloth or luffa to massage the area where cellulite occurs. First, use a circular motion and then a cleansing motion upward towards the bowels. This improves circulation and edema and helps remove toxins and metabolic wastes from the tissues and interstitial spaces around collagen and fat cells.

More: Best ways to get rid of cellulite in the body

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Brushing with dry skin:

Learn to brush your skin dry at least twice a day – when getting up and before going to bed. Skin brushing offers many benefits in the treatment of cellulite. First of all, it “exercises” your skin and strengthens the underlying dermis and the pattern of collagen in the subcutaneous layer. It stimulates the growth and repair of tissues by increasing blood flow to the area. It also helps to remove toxins and metabolic wastes from the interstitial fluids around the tissues for removal.

Dry brushing is good for your skin everywhere, but if you suffer from varicose veins or varicose veins, you can brush these areas vigorously several times every day, first in a circular motion and then up to the colon, improving the appearance of cellulite.

Hormones:

Cellulite is often associated with the use of HST and birth control pills. High estrogen levels of these drugs can increase the ability of adipose tissues to store fat and cause them to bulge, pushing the skin out and causing cellulite. If you are taking contraceptive pills, you may ask your doctor for a formula for a lower estrogen dose or a non-hormonal form, such as an IUD. If you are taking HST, you may want to consider switching to a lower dose, adding progesterone cream, or using a weaker formula, such as an estrogen cream.

Habits:

Don’t make a habit of crossing your legs, knees, and ankles. This reduces blood circulation and increases swelling. Try to keep moving regularly, without sitting or standing for long periods of time.

Exercise:

Regular exercise is necessary to improve cellulite. It not only helps to reduce the appearance of cellulite by burning the fatty acids that cause it. It also improves blood circulation and helps to remove toxin-filled waste from the skin. Take a walk or sneak a break in a series of toilet exercises.

Body Wraps:

Body wraps, both professional and homemade, can improve the appearance of cellulite. Body wraps use a combination of minerals and herbs that stimulate fat cells to release their contents, they absorb toxins from the skin and reduce swelling. Generally, you will find stimulating herbs such as kelp or algae that stimulate the fat burning process in the cells. You will find cosmetic clay that removes toxins and waste products from the pores, and a ponytail and horse chestnut that reduces edema (swelling) and provides minerals to strengthen the skin. These formulas are applied to the skin using compression wraps. Go to the website of Botanical Beauty Lab for recipes for making house wraps.

Massage:

Massage, especially the kind that improves lymph flow, is very good for reducing the appearance of cellulite. It improves the removal of metabolic waste and toxins from the interstitial tissues around the adipose tissues and gives the skin a smoother appearance. There are many professionals who offer massage for cellulite, including lymphatic massage and endermology, but if that’s beyond your budget, you may want to try a device for home massage. Many are available, from a simple hand tool with round teeth to a powered massager that provides heat, massage, and suction, similar to the professional endermology machines.

SUPPLEMENTS FOR CELLULITE REDUCTION

Alfalfa:

Alfalfa is a natural diuretic that helps to balance interstitial fluids in the body and reduce edema and swelling. It is also a phytoprogesterone, which helps balance the excess estrogen that can exacerbate cellulite.

Borage Oil:

Borage oil contains large amounts of gamma linoleic acid, an important fatty acid for strengthening cell walls.

Bromelain:

Bromelain is a naturally occurring enzyme in natural foods that helps in the digestion of proteins. Consumption of bromelain helps remove the buildup of fibrin in fine blood vessels. This improves and increases blood circulation to the skin and helps with recovery and rejuvenation.

Horsetail:

Horse chestnut herb contains a high content of mineral silica, which is used in the repair and maintenance of skin cells.

Cider Vinegar contains a range of important enzymes and helps balance the body’s pH. It is also a good source of potassium, which is necessary for the moisture balance in the body.

Coconut oil contains medium-chain triglycerides that are easily absorbed and used by the body as fuel. It has the ability to stimulate the thyroid gland, which increases body temperature and metabolism, and is known to improve the burning of excess fat.

Ginkgo Biloba is a natural blood thinner that increases microcirculation to skin and fat cells.

Gotu Kolu is a natural source of caffeine. Caffeine stimulates the beta-adrenoreceptors on the surface of the fat cells to release their stores of fatty acids, which helps to burn excess fat.

Green tea:

Green tea is a mild stimulant that contains caffeine and powerful antioxidants that help in the proper replication and repair of skin cells.

MSM:

It is an important mineral needed for skin cell repair?

EXTERNAL TREATMENTS FOR CELLULITE

Aloe Vera contains allantoin, which soothes and heals the skin. Clinically it has been shown to increase the microcirculation of the skin and accelerate the healing of skin tissues.

Bentonite Clay is a natural mineral clay known for its ability to absorb impurities and toxins from the skin through the pores.

Horsetail, ginkgo Biloba, kelp, and green tea also work externally and can be added to lotions or creams for massage in problem areas.

Many experts have recommended using coffee grounds as a scrub for areas prone to cellulite. The soils act as an exfoliant because the caffeine is absorbed into the skin and stimulates the beta-adrenoreceptors in the fat cells to release their contents.

Dead Sea Salt and Kelp or bladderwrack contain powerful minerals that help to repair skin cells and the mineral iodine that can help with the metabolism of the underlying fat cells.

There are also many commercial formulas and methods to reduce cellulite.
Most contain caffeine or a similar chemical called theophylline or aminophylline.
Many also contain kelp, bladderwrack, and other herbs mentioned herein.

Remember only that cellulite reduction is a two-step process. The cause of cellulite is excessive fat cells that have stretched the underlying collagen structure. The first step is to reduce body fat and many external and external herbs and nutrients can speed up the process. The second step is to increase the strength of the skin and collagen membranes under the subcutaneous tissues. Skin and collagen need vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids to build up properly. Excess fluids can exacerbate the problem, so good moisture absorption and circulation are important. Drink a lot of fluid and remain active to increase the circulation of the lymphatic system. With a little diligent effort, the appearance of cellulite can be reduced.

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