Cellulite is common problem among lot of women around the world.There are different types of treatments and remedies that you can try.Today i am sharing some of the homemade scrubs that I personally use.
1 D.I.Y Coffee scrub
.Sugar or Sea salt.
.Mix 1 cup of ground coffee with sugar or sea salt.
.Melt the coconut in the microwave and add to the mixture.
.Mix it well and transfer it into a jar.
.Use this in your shower, apply this to your areas of cellulite. Massage your scrub onto your skin in circular motion before rinsing.
.Repeat this when you shower for better results.
2 D.I.Y Coffee scrub.
.Mix 1/4 cup ground coffee with 3 tbsp of hot water.
.Let the coffee absorb the hot water for ten minutes and form a paste.
.Mix in 2 tbsp of olive oil to help bind the grinds.
.Apply this in your shower and massage this scrub onto your skin in circular motion.
.Use as often as you can for better results.
An exfoliator with caffeine helps reduce a dimpled appearance by temporarily deflating fat cells.
DIY: Take 1 cup of ground coffee and 1/2 cup of sugar.Add 1 cup of coconut oil and mix well.Apply this mixture on wet skin using circular motion.Rinse off and pat dry.
Coffee provides a gentle exfoliation to reveal a fresher, more radiant complexion.
DIY:To make a mask.Take 1 cup of coffee grounds with 1/2 a cup of cacao powder.Add 1 cup of whole milk,stir this mixture until it forms a paste.Mix in 1 tablespoon of honey to lock in the moisture.Rub over clean skin and let it dry for 15 minutes.Rinse with lukewarm water.
Treating hair regularly with coffee can help keep the roots active and stimulate growth
DIY:Once a week, mix a handful of coffee grounds with a dollop of conditioner and work through roots, gently massaging your scalp to stimulate circulation; wait five minutes before rinsing.
Coffee’s anti-inflammatory properties ease redness, and antioxidants fight off UV-induced free radicals.Caffeine helps protect against some skin cancers.
DIY: Dilute a cup of brewed coffee with cold water, then soak a soft cloth in the solution and blot over sunburned areas. Your skin will immediately feel cooler.
.Under Eye Balm.
Caffeine helps drain the fluid under eyes that causes puffiness, and it constricts blood vessels to dial down dark circles.
DIY: Create a cold compress by soaking two cotton rounds in a chilled cup of coffee. Wring them out, place over closed eyes and relax for 10 minutes as the liquid absorbs into your skin.
Make your own exfoliating facial scrub using baking soda. Make a paste of three parts baking soda to one part water. Rub onto your face with gentle, circular strokes, then rinse with warm water.
No need to buy an expensive scrub; make your own with baking soda by using the same formula as your face: one part water to three parts baking soda.
For whiter teeth without all the chemicals that come with home whitening kits, simply sprinkle baking soda into your palm, dip a damp toothbrush into it, and brush your teeth for about a minute.
Just dip a nail brush into a paste of three parts baking soda to one part water, run in a circular motion over your hands and fingers, and rinse clean with warm water. Then apply nail polish as usual.
.Hair brush cleaner.
Soak your brushes and combs in a basin of warm water with 1 teaspoon of baking soda for about 20 minutes. Rinse, and then allow to dry on a towel before using.
Sprinkle a quarter-size amount of baking soda into a dollop of your regular shampoo. Wash and rinse as usual. Your hair will be shinier and more manageable when you’re done.
You’re not removing your makeup at all.
To avoid unnecessary breakouts and dehydrated skin, always remove your makeup before bed.
You use the same wipe for your whole face.
it’s a good idea to use two wipes — one to remove your makeup and another to pick up leftover residue.
Your scrub is too harsh.
Rather than opting for a scrub with harsh, sharp exfoliants(like crushed seeds or nut shells), reach for one with synthetic, non-abrasive spheres that slough away dead skin cells effectively without doing any damage.
You’re not completely removing your eye makeup.
Not thoroughly taking off your eye makeup can lead to an eye infection, which nobody wants. So take the extra time to remove your eyeliner or mascara.
You don’t remove your makeup before washing your face.
Make sure that after you remove your makeup with a wipe, you wash your face with an actual cleanser to clear away any dirt or grime left behind.
You’re rubbing your skin with a towel to dry it.
Stop what you’re doing and pat your face rather than rubbing it raw.
You’re exfoliating your face with your towel.
Apply an exfoliator that’s subtly gritty yet still soft and won’t scratch your face. Use circular motions to massage the exfoliator over your skin and you’ll slough away flaky, dead layers.