Exfoliating To Remove Cellulite: The Three-Step Guide You Need


Mostly prevalent in women, cellulite is a harmless skin condition that causes your skin to look dimpled, especially on the abdomen, hips, thighs, and buttocks. Cellulite is largely a result of fat cells accumulating and pushing up against skin with the fibrous connective tissue cords pulling down and thus creating an uneven surface. Hormones, genetics, weight, and muscle tone are also factors.

There are quite some treatment options available, but note that they have variable success rates. If you’re looking to take a slow and steady route to better the appearance of your skin, exfoliation is the answer. It’s also cheap, and is guaranteed to give your skin a healthy glow!

Here are some tips on exfoliating for cellulite removal.
Dry brushing is better than wet because the increased blood circulation will keep your body temperature up, as compared to when you exfoliate in the shower. This further increases blood flow and stimulates the production of collagen which is important for increasing skin elasticity, toning skin, and reducing the appearance of fat cells. Finish with a cold shower to further boost blood circulation.