Cellulite: It happens to everyone—no matter your size, skin tone or age. And while we always encourage self-acceptance, we’d be lying if we said we didn’t want to minimize our dimples a little in time for summer. We’ve rounded up five unexpected tips to reduce the appearance of dimples because you’ve got more important stuff to think about.
Ditch Those Dimples
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Wear These Jeans
The patented skin-firming technology in these jeans claims to reduce the appearance of cellulite and improve elasticity in skin no matter how many times you wash them.
Scrub With Coffee
Our cellulite scrub recipe is packed with body-lifting caffeine (in the form of coffee grounds), moisturizing coconut oil and cinnamon for an extra kick. Massage this cellulite-busting cocktail onto any problem area to stimulate blood flow and leave skin looking and feeling smoother and firmer.
Textured Foam Roller
Use A Foam Roller
Cellulite is made up of underlying fat deposits caused by lack of muscle tone and poor circulation. By gliding your body over a foam roller, you increase circulation, which helps to reduce bumps and dimples.
Glass & Silicone Water Bottle
Drink Water With Cayenne Pepper
Cayenne pepper burns fat, stimulates circulation, increases metabolism and flushes toxins from the body. To make a cellulite-busting beverage, boil a glass of water and stir in 2 teaspoons cayenne pepper, 1 teaspoon grated ginger, and 1 teaspoon lemon juice. The spicy, slightly bitter cocktail should be consumed three times a day to see results after a month.
Polishing Body Brush
Try Dry Brushing
Dry brushing stimulates blood flow and helps flush toxins from the top layers of skin, making it look smoother. Use a dry body brush by moving in upward motions for 10 minutes before showering. This helps increase circulation and will also leave your skin super soft.