Aromatherapy for Cellulite
Cellulite, believed to be accumulations of fat under the skin, is recognizable by its characteristic orange peel look. The uneven appearance results from the thickened fat cells, fluids, and toxins. It is far more prevalent among women than men, and is thought to have some links with female hormones. Possible triggers are poor circulation, alcohol, refined sugars, and caffeine, which contribute to the build-up of toxins in the body. Cellulite is not generally recognized as a medical condition by many doctors. Persistent, unslightly fat is often a deposit for toxins, either environmental or dietary. Exercise, skin brushing, massage, and eating as many organic and as few processed foods as possible may help.
areas of skin with a dimpled orange peel appearance which may be slightly tender, these patches occur predominately on the buttocks, hips, thighs, and upper arms
Aromatherapy for cellulite
A blend of geranium and rosemary or grapefruit, juniper or cypress used in massage and skin lotion, or add to the bath and use a loofa to stimulate the tissues.
Try using these on your skin as a daily moisturizing treatment in shower using pressure to massage areas with cellulite to increase circulation and detoxification.