Cellulite affects 90% of women. The key to getting rid of it is exercise. But not everyone has the time to do it, especially if you have a job that keeps you standing seated, in an office, in front of a computer 10 to 12 hours a day.
What to do to get rid of it?
Here are a few tips that have been proven to be efficient and with guaranteed results: (However, keep in mind that these take time and you have to stick to them in order for them to work)
Home body wraps. This is probably the most efficient way to get rid of cellulite if you don’t have the money to go to specialized medical facilities. Those tend to come with a high price.
All you need is plastic foil and cellulite lotion. It works best if you do this immediately after getting out of the shower when your skin pores are wide open and the lotion can easily be absorbed.
Put on the lotion, massaging thoroughly, and wrap the affected area with plastic foil. You can leave it overnight and shower in the morning. Do this, as often as you can, at least 3 to 4 times a week.
Check your diet. Your diet plays a significant role in the appearance of cellulite. Try to eat healthier, meaning introducing your diet with fresh vegetables and fruits. Also, try to eat fewer carbs (bread, pastries, rice, pasta, etc.). If you do eat carbs, don’t mix them with meat.
Also, eat more proteins, whether animal or veggie. If you choose meat, don’t fry it, grill it or cook it in the oven and no skin or fat.
Fizzy drinks. Sodas are full of sugar and chemicals. They are fattening and not good for your body.
Smoking. Smoking is considered to be one of the main cellulite causes. The fat cells trapped in the cellulite tend to absorb the 4000 or more chemicals found in a cigarette, making it even worse. Not to mention that smoking is not good for you, overall. It is the main cause of lung cancer.
Detox. Quitting smoking and eating healthier is part of detoxing. But you can also try one of the many detoxing solutions available nowadays, some of which are especially targeting cellulite and weight loss. Ask your local pharmacy person or even better, make an appointment with a professional nutritionist.