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Vanish Cellulite By Dry Brushing

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Cellulite is defined as toxic deposits of subcutaneous fat material and fibrous tissue that are not easily eliminated. Choose a smooth natural fiber brush that has an elongated handle. You must dry brush the parts of your body with cellulite from 5 to 10 minutes two times daily before having a shower, so all the dead skin can wash away when you take a shower later.

Cellulite is defined as the toxic deposits of subcutaneous fat material and fibrous tissue that are not easily eliminated. They usually cause a dimpling effect on the overlying skin. These deposits most commonly occur on the thighs and hips of women. Although, Cellulite can affect men and women irrespective of their body weight or size.

What is Dry brushing?

The dry brushing procedure takes care of the detoxification of your skin. It is a means of stimulating a number of organs in your body to detoxify by giving a tender interior massage. Dry skin brushing is an effective method for reducing cellulite. It is fantastic at boosting circulation and lymphatic drainage, and ultimately ridding the body of toxins.

Dry Brushing: How to do It?

-Choose your brush.

Make sure to use a smooth natural fiber brush that has an elongated handle, so it can you can use it to brush the hard-to-reach spots on your body.

-Do it once a day

You should brush your skin only once daily, particularly during the early morning. But if you are not feeling well, intensifying the brushing two times daily is considered excellent.

You must dry brush the parts of your body with cellulite 5 to 10 minutes, twice daily to get rid of cellulite. However, the process should be performed consistently for at least five months. Avoid brushing your face (unless you have a special brush designed for this delicate skin), your genitals, or any areas with irritations or abrasions (including varicose veins).

-Do it before a shower

Dry brush your body prior to taking a bath or shower. This helps rinse off all the dirt from your skin that was shed from the dry brushing.

Dry Skin Brushing: Key Benefits

• Stimulates Lymphatic System
• Exfoliation
• Increases Circulation
• Reduces Cellulite
• Stress Relief
• Improve Digestions and Kidney Function

 

By Dipti Mothay

 

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.