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Reduce the appearance of cellulite November 14, 2006

Posted by DMTigerfly in cellulite.
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Reference:  Can you beat cellulite?

 http://www.webmd.com/content/Article/109/109137.htm?pagenumber=1

Cellulite is something almost every woman gets.  We all attribute cellulite to being fat and over weight.   It turns out that cellulite is not the same fat that makes our cloths no longer fit as they use to.  This type of fat sits far below the skin and is what our bodies use for energy. 

Cellulite is made up of fat cells that lay within the skin.  They cannot be burned up through exercise or changed through diet.  So why am I hitting (or trying to) the treadmill for an hour 3 or more times a week?  Because I don’t want to get fat and exercise will still help reduce the appearance of cellulite.

According to Amy Newburger, MD, cellulite is hereditary handed down from our mothers.  In addition to that the circulatory system that nourishes our lymph vessels and skin cells will be damaged over time.  This causes the cellulite to become more apparent.  This is even more reason to take care of our skin and keep it nourished.

Cellulite is predominate in women over 35.  Although, I’ve seen cellulite in girls as young as teens and twenties.  I have to admit it does help me feel better about having it myself.  When Tyra Banks admitting to having cellulite I almost leapt for joy.  Yes!  Supermodels are not cellulite free!  Yet men seem to be less disposed to this trait.  How unfair!  Us women get stretch marks from childbirth, saggy boobs, cellulite and men get a beer gut that they seem to pat with pride.  Ugh!

So what can we do to help cut down on cellulite and prevent it?  Creams and serums that help stimulate cell circulation, melt fat and move fluid toxins out is one approach.  Keeping your skin healthy and nourished will also help prevent and reduce the appearance of cellulite.  While dramatic results will not be noticeable over night, repeated use of such products can help reduce the appearance of cellulite.

For an all natural approach try Tigerfly’s Anti-Cellulite Body Oil Spray http://www.tigerflygifts.com/after_Bath_spray.htm .  This body spray contains carrier oils that bring nutrients and healing properties in the skin.  In addition the Essential oils of Lemon and Tangerine, that have shown to break down cellulite and smooth out the appearance of stretch marks, have been added.  Ingredients include:

 Essential Oil of Lemonfights cellulite, aids dry skin, strengthens epidermis function, tightens blood vessels and stimulates connective tissue.

Essential Oil of Tangerine  helps to breakdown cellulite and smoothes out stretch marks.

 Carrier Oils

These oils were specifically chosen for their skin renewing properties and their ability to absorb quickly into the skin. 

Sunflower Oil – High in Essential fatty acids, regenerate & condition skin.  Good for dry, sensitive, mature & damaged skin.  High amounts of vitamins of A, B, D, & E and minerals.

Apricot Kernal Oil – Prematurely aged, sensitive, inflamed & dry skin; High in vitamin A

Sweet Almond Oil – rich in vitamins, minerals and glycosides.  Helps eczema, dry, itchy and inflamed skin.  Extremely nourishing oil.

Jojoba Oil – Highly Penetrating, closely resembles our own sebum, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant.  Rich in vitamin E.

 





  

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