THE BEST ESSENTIAL OILS FOR CELLULITE

You’ve probably heard about some of the benefits of dry brushing . It gets your lymphatic system moving, which in turn helps your body remove waste and can help smooth out cellulite. Plus, you’re getting an excellent full body exfoliation.

If you shower in the morning, dry brushing is an excellent way to shake off sluggishness and wake yourself up. A few minutes of dry brushing will rev up your circulation and help give you softer skin.

Best essential oils for cellulite

Reducing skin puffiness

1. juniper berry

Juniper’s diuretic properties reduce fluid retention while its cleansing properties stimulate circulation and the lymph system to help the body clear out waste.

2. fennel

Fennel is often used to relieve digestive upsets, like indigestion, cramps and gas. Those cleansing actions also help flush out toxins and decrease water retention.

3. geranium

Geranium acts as a diuretic and stimulates circulation and lymphatic flow to reduce puffiness and water retention.

Skin-toning

Rosemary, grapefruit and cypress help tone the skin to lift sagging tissue, improve the texture of the skin, and give a smoother appearance to the skin.

4. grapefruit

Toning, tightening grapefruit refreshes the skin while toning sagging tissue. Grapefruit oil contains bromelain, an anti-inflammatory enzyme that can help break down cellulite. And inhaling grapefruit can also reduce food cravings.

5. rosemary

A strong astringent, rosemary is used topically to stimulate circulation, clear out lymphatic blockages, and tone and tighten the skin.

6. cypress

Cypress‘ astringent properties tackle cellulite by drying, strengthening, and toning the skin. And like juniper, it clears out excess fluids and boosts circulation.

Stimulating

Coffee, lemongrass and black pepper stimulate and energize the skin and get the fluids flowing.

7. coffee

Skin tightening coffee bean oil contains a small amount of caffeine that energizes and stimulates the body. Plus it has the same awakening aroma of your morning brew.

8. lemongrass

The uplifting scent of lemongrass is refreshing and energizing. Used topically, the oil stimulates blood flow while also relaxing the muscles.

9. black pepper

Spicy black pepper oil has natural skin-warming properties that get your blood flowing. That heat also gets you sweating, which helps reduce fluid build up and cleanses the body from the inside out.

10. cedarwood

Cedarwood oil stimulates the circulatory system as well as acts as an astringent to tone skin.

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