This summer don’t stress over that unwanted cellulite. It’s been estimated that up to 90% of women have cellulite so you are not alone. Make time daily to do the following 5 things to diminish your cellulite.  Let’s first explain what cellulite is: Cellulite is the dimply appearance on the skin some say it has an “orange peel”  appearance which is caused by enlarged fat cells and toxic fluid in between the fat cells. This causes the Connective tissues (elastic fibers) to stretch and create that dimply appearance. 

  1. Dry brushing: Dry brushing improves circulation and lymphatic draining to help remove toxins from the body. It also improves circulation to the skin, making it appear thicker and reduce the visibility of cellulite.
  2. Eating Salmon or Taking Omega 3 (our favorite is Advocare’s Omegaplex supplement): This helps to reduce inflammation as well as strengthen and repair skin tissues. This helps the body to naturally detox the blood and improves circulation.
  3. Drinking Water: Staying hydrated is the simplest way to remove toxins from your system. It is the body’s natural detox system so make sure you are consuming 1/2 your body weight in oz. of water. For example, a 150-pound woman needs to drink 75 oz a day.
  4. Clean eating: By removing processed foods with added sugar from your diet you will be reducing the amount of toxins input in your system. Also, these extra sugars and refined carbohydrates cause the body’s fat cell to retain water making the appearance of cellulite worse.
  5. Exercise: Cellulite can also occur when connective tissue below the skin become weak & lose their elasticity. Strengthening and building muscles in those areas can help. Exercise also increases the body’s circulation allowing it to flush out unwanted toxins.

You don’t have to wait weeks to see a difference in cellulite amplify your results by scheduling an appointment with one of our trained Body Contouring Technicians for a cellulite reducing, Inch Loss Body Wraps.  Call 214-219-9727 to schedule with our Dallas or Fort Worth Location today.