Summer Promotion - Enjoy free shipping on your 1st month's subscription!
FREE SHIPPING ON ORDERS OVER $50 | USE CODE 50FREESHIPPING

How To Get Rid Of Cellulite

January 21, 2018 2 Comments

How To Get Rid Of Cellulite

 

Cottage cheese thighs. Orange peel skin. Moon cheese. These are all names for the infamous, stubborn bumps that develop on the back of women’s thighs: cellulite. But what exactly is cellulite? Why does it stick around, even after you lose weight? And how do you get rid of it? If you’re interested in knowing the answer to these questions, read on!

Cellulite is the bulging of fat from within the connective tissue of the skin, and is far more common in women than in men, due to the arrangement of connective tissue. It is estimated that between 85% and 98% of women develop cellulite. And contrary to popular belief, cellulite can happen in fit, thin women. Even Maria Sharapova, who at 6’2” tall weighs 130 pounds, has been photographed with cellulite. Then what is the secret to getting rid of cellulite?

Firstly, while losing weight won’t get rid of cellulite completely, it can help to diminish its severity. To lose weight, try drinking Sleek and Slender regularly, in addition to a well-balanced diet. Second, building collagen to support thicker, healthier skin is key to reducing the bulging caused by fat is critical. Our Love My Hair tea will help you to build stronger, healthier skin. Lastly, a good essential oil blend can do wonders to melt blast away subcutaneous fat in the thighs. This blend contains the following essential oils:

  • Grapefruit: This oil contains a high amount of the enzyme bromelain, which breaks down fatty deposits under the skin.
  • Cypress: This oil helps to rid the body of excess water and salt. Helping to reduce water retention eliminates a lot of the bulge caused by cellulite.
  • Juniper: This oil is a powerhouse that helps to rid the body of excess fluid, build collagen, and detoxify the lymph.
  • Geranium: This oil boosts circulation and stimulates the lymphatic system, helping to purge the body of toxins.
  • Adirondack Birch: This oil is astringent and helps to tone and tighten the skin.

 

Just add Skin Deep Oil to your favorite carrier oil and massage this blend into your problem areas for five minutes every day. See how your body transforms! 




2 Responses

Kita Centella
Kita Centella

January 22, 2018

Sounds great Cheryl!
Stick with it and don’t forget to take a before-and-after pic :)
Thanks so much,
Kita

Cheryl
Cheryl

January 21, 2018

Hello!
I’m going to try the “Deep Oil”. Will let you know how it goes!

Leave a comment


Also in Loose Leaf Blog

baked apple crumble
Try This Delicious Tea-Infused Apple Crumble Recipe

November 07, 2020

Nothing says autumn like the flavors and aromas of apple and cinnamon. So we came up with a tea-infused twist on a classic fall favorite - apple crumble! If you've been following this blog for a while, you will know that I am obsessed with creating food and drinks that not only tastes great, but are also ultra-healthy for you. Because you only get one body, it's so important to nourish it and treat it well, even during the holiday season. 

Continue Reading

Astrology for Nov 2020
November 2020 Vibes, According To Astrology

November 02, 2020 1 Comment

We live in an uber-nutty world right now, so I took a peek at what is happening astrologically to give you a little heads-up about what’s happening in the cosmos. This will give you a bit of an advantage in managing the stuff that comes up in your life and relationships throughout November.

Continue Reading

The connection between inflammation and your diet
Is Your "Healthy" Diet Slowly Killing You? The Connection Between Inflammation And The Food You Eat

October 10, 2020

A few years ago, I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. This meant that if I wanted to live an energetic and healthy life without having to rely on medications, I had to figure that how to manage inflammation naturally. Because I have a strong background in natural healing using plants and foods, I felt like this was doable. But in order to take my health seriously, I had to make some changes in my diet and lifestyle.

Continue Reading