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Cellulite is a type of female skin disorder that appears on thighs and bottom when you grow up which is the curse of many a woman's existence. There are approximately 85% to 98% females who suffer from cellulite. There are many methods to remove cellulite but homemade remedies can also decrease cellulite.
Cellulite Massaging with the oil containing almond oil, saunf oil, and rosemary oil is very effective in cellulite treatment. Mix each oil in equal ratio (1:1:1) and apply on the cellulite area like hips, buttocks, thighs.
Do not eat junk foods. Keep yourself away from tea and coffee; this will not only minimize your cellulite problem but also avoid them which is very much required for liver, and heart functioning.
Avoid alcohol and smoking habit as they can make the cellulite problem worse.
Do physical exercises that target mostly on your thighs, stomach, buttocks, and hip areas. You can learn such exercises which provide fat burning to these areas through Internet, yoga classes, magazines, and newspapers.
Avoid excess salt in your diet as it harms your body and increases the water level in your body.
Avoid oily and fatty foodstuff. Try to take less fatty foods in you regular meals i.e. eat food low in oil, ghee, butter.
One of the common home remedies for cellulite is coconut oil. Coconut oil massage is very effective in treating cellulite problems.
Grapefruit is also another useful home remedy for the treatment of cellulite problem.
Take healthy balanced diet including fruits, fiber-rich vegetables and green vegetables to keep the cellulite problem to the minimum. They are helpful in the treatment of cellulite.
All advice is intended to be for informational purposes only, and not a substitute for professional or medical advice and/or diagnosis/treatment. DesiDieter does not provide medical advice and is not a substitute for professional medical advice from a qualified healthcare provider.