6 Things to Add to Your Daily Routine that Eliminates Cellulite

Cellulite is one of the top complaints women have about their bodies. And the vast majority of women get cellulite sometimes in their life. The reason women get cellulite more than men is because the genders don’t have the same collagen structure. Collagen is the necessary fiber that sits right below the dermis and is responsible for plumpness and firmness in skin.

Collagen fibers in men run crisscross which allows the fibers to better support the fat beneath the skin. However, in women, the collagen fibers run vertically, which allow the fat tissue to come through and giving skin the “cottage cheese” look.

There are ways to naturally reduce the appearance of cellulite and by adding one of these six, simple things into your daily routine, you will start to see less cellulite, and in some cases, eliminate cellulite for good.

1. Stay Hydrated

Drinking enough water is the best way to keep your body healthy and keep your skin looking taunt and toned. Hydrated skin helps collagen production, which keeps your skin plump and firm. It is recommended that adults drink eight, 8oz glasses of water a day to stay fully hydrated.

2. Dry Brushing

While there is no scientific-based evidence that claims dry brushing reduces cellulite, there is still a lot of support for this habit. Dry brushing opens up the skin’s pores. By making long, sweeping brushing motions towards the heart, the skin is stimulated. Don’t brush too hard – the skin shouldn’t be red! Use a natural bristle brush to invigorate the skin, increase blood flow, and promote cell growth. And while there isn’t medical proof that it helps reduce cellulite, you will notice glowing, smoother, tighter skin.

3. Include a Little Cardio

Getting your heart pumping a little throughout the day will help reduce the appearance of cellulite on your thighs and help you lose any little bit of fat you may have. Incorporate 20-30 minutes of high-intensity cardiovascular exercise into your daily routine, at least 5 times a week. Cardio can include many different activities: running, swimming, or playing a sport like soccer or basketball.

4. Coffee Scrubs

Coffee scrubs can be beneficial in reducing cellulite. Not only does massaging your skin help increase blood flow, but the caffeine and antioxidants in coffee helps tighten skin. Cellulite appearances can be heightened when your skin is uneven, partially due to dead skin cells. A coffee scrub will also exfoliate your skin making it look brighter and even.

Try this mixture:

  • 1/4 cup coffee grounds
  • 3 tablespoons sugaror brown sugar
  • 2-3 Tablespoons of melted coconut oil

Form a paste and massage onto skin, then rinse. You’ll see results in no time!

5. Moisturize Naturally

Moisturizing daily, or twice daily, is important to healthy looking skin. However, constantly adding toxins on your skin by using chemical-heavy beauty products is just as bad for your skin as eating junk food. Use a simple, natural moisturizer like Coconut Oil to help detox your skin and keep it hydrated.

6. Eat Healthier

Eating more vegetables and whole grain fibers will help remove toxins from your body that gets stored as fat cells. Removing the waste from your body helps promote healthier skin and body functions that keep you looking younger.


When natural remedies aren’t doing the trick, the Pelleve System can help. Call or click here to schedule your FREE Consultation and see how you can reduce the appearance of cellulite.

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Cold, crisp air, fuzzy mittens, fluffy white snow, the warm smell of fireplaces…

And dry skin?

Thanks to Mother Nature, winter brings air that is devoid of all moisture and healing properties that make your skin look supple and hydrated.   Without immediate care, the cold weather can leave your skin looking red, chapped, cracked and dull. Continue reading “6 Ways to Ward Off the Winter Skin Blues”

Pellevé: What It Is & How it Works

Have you started to notice fine lines and wrinkles on your face? Are there wrinkles around your mouth from years of smiling and habitual facial expressions?

All of these extrinsic circumstances can affect your skin and make you look older than you truly are. Our skin goes through a lot of damage and puts up with a lot of abuse. The aging process can be brutal enough – why wear it on your face?! Continue reading “Pellevé: What It Is & How it Works”

5 Ways to Prevent and Reduce Stretch Marks During Pregnancy

It’s on every mom’s mind… whether you just found out you are expecting or if your youngest is in middle school: Stretch Marks. Those reddish-purple ripples around your torso and thighs are common in moms of all ages, but there are ways to help prevent stretch marks and remove the ones you already have. Continue reading “5 Ways to Prevent and Reduce Stretch Marks During Pregnancy”

9 Ways to Maintain Younger Skin

Since there is no fountain of youth, the food we eat and the habits we keep can help prevent and even reverse the effects of aging. Skin aging is the result of many things, and there may be more you can do to control than you thought. Continue reading “9 Ways to Maintain Younger Skin”