If you’re like me and every other woman I know. You may have concerns about hiding your cellulite.  Most women get it on their thighs, arms, stomach and buttocks.  It’s the one thing we most hate on our bodies. 

Guess what?  You can’t make the dimples disappear but you can work on lightning and tightening the appearance. Especially if you work on the muscles under those lumpy areas which helps your skin look more tone and less noticeable.  

If you work on a couple of things at home, it will definitely help reduce the appearance. These home remedies are of course Diet and Exercise! For exercise even if its a twenty minute brisk walk your still working those muscles.  

This is a biggy!  Massage is major when it comes to lightening and tightening your cellulite.  You can use a special mitt Supracor Stimulite Mitt or your hands and you can even add in a cellulite cream  or scrub especially if it has ground coffee- ‘caffeine’ in it to help tighten your skin.  

As a stimulant, the ‘caffeine’ dilates blood vessels, which temporarily tones and tightens tissue.  Plus, it increases circulation and reduces water retention which helps smooth the dimples.  If you get a chance use your Algae scrub at home Algae Enzyme Scrub and add in the coffee grounds for simulation as you scrub your body in circular motion, plumping the skin.  Of course this is only temporary.  

Now, let’s talk about food which plays a big part of cellulite.  Think about it!  ‘Refined’ carbs are in breads, candy, soft drinks and the list goes on…  These carbs lead to fat, and love finding those cellulite-prone areas in your body.  So, if I were you I would do a little research on ‘refined’ carbs to help you understand why you get those dirty little dimples.  Let’s not forget to add in smoking.  If you are a smoker, the intake of smoke effects the blood supply which thins out your skin and makes it look saggy.  

Other ways to firm up those dimple areas include using a Retinol Cream Retexture Serum in your routine and adding a self tanner.  Just by  adding the self tanner, you can reduce the appearance of cellulite but remember that tanning under the sun is a different story, and not suggested. 

Looking forward to hearing any comments on this subject.  

Written by: Christine Marie