Reduce Cellulite with Coffee Scrubs

February 23, 2016

The Secret to Reducing Cellulite Naturally and Some Fun DIY Recipes

Cellulite affects a large number of women, even as young as twenty, and it doesn’t spare even the very skinny! It is the result of fat cells that are very large pressing up against the skin, creating a dimpled effect. Up to 80% of women will suffer from it and there isn’t much you can do to prevent it. Men don’t suffer as much from cellulite as women do because they have a thicker top layer of skin and their skin is structured differently. Read on to find out how to reduce the unsightly appearance of cellulite so that you can feel super confident in that bikini!

While there is no cure for cellulite, some treatments have been shown to be effective at reducing the appearance of cellulite. Many people swear by dry brushing, which exfoliates the skin and increases blood flow.

Another popular remedy for cellulite is coffee, not drinking it but scrubbing it into your skin. It works like dry brushing in the way it exfoliates and promotes circulation, plus coffee provides caffeine and antioxidants. This dilates the blood vessels, tightening the skin, as well as reducing water retention. The antioxidants fight any toxins or damaging free radicals in the skin as well as increases collagen production, which firms the skin.

Coffee only works temporarily, so make it a regular part of your routine to keep the cellulite at bay, using it about weekly.

3 Quick and Fun DIY Recipes Using our Coffee Scrubs

1. Honey: Our coffee scrubs are great for cellulite, but try adding some honey to our scrub for its antibacterial and antioxidant properties as well as some extra moisturizing along with the incredibly hydrating coconut oil. Simply add a tablespoon of honey to the palm of your hand along with a scoop of your scrub of choice and gently massage over damp skin before rinsing off.

2 .Essential oils can also be a great addition to our coffee scrubs. Try juniper oil for an extra increase in circulation. Lavender has a relaxing smell that helps regenerate. Once you have some scrub in your hand add 2­3 drops of the essential oil of choice and cells and Rose oil is good for healing and skin tone. Scrub away!

3. Cinnamon stimulates the senses and gives you an energizing boost, plus it helps rejuvenate and tighten skin by stimulating collagen. Simply add 1 tsp of cinnamon to your scrub before using. Whatever kind of scrub you use, coffee scrubs are our best defense against the plague that is cellulite. Keep your body healthy and your skin clean and exfoliated to reduce its effects.