Got cellulite? Does it bother you every single time you take a look in the mirror? Cellulite is a problem for many women around the world in this day and age. It prevents them from heading to the beach to wear a bathing suit. It stops them from being intimate with their partner or spouse, and it also stops them from simply feeling good about the way that they look.
This is a big problem. We’ve got to find a way for women around the United States and the world to get rid of that annoying and often very embarrassing cellulite. The problem is that so many solutions to the cellulite problem end with women having to have a serious surgery of some kind.
Well, we may have found a way. This article will provide you with 7 ways that you can treat and take care of cellulite on your body without having to get surgery of any kind!
Types of Non Surgical Cellulite Treatments
There are many non surgical cellulite treatments on the market today, and we will go over each of these in detail later in the article. But first, we have just listed each one of them below for your perusal.
- 1. Professional massage therapy
- 2. An at-home detox
- 3. Just drinking more water
- 4. Going on a diet
- 5. Skin brushing at home
- 6. A medical spa treatment that is non invasive
- 7. Strength training to add muscle tone
1. Professional massage therapy
Massage can do a great deal to make cellulite disappear. It is all about agitating the thin connective tissues directly below your skin. You don’t even know they’re there, but as you grow older, they can actually get bunched and knotted out.
They need to be worked out on a regular sometimes weekly basis by a professional massage therapist to get rid of what’s causing the cellulite there. In addition, if you want to save some money and time or if you don’t have a massage therapist nearby, try at-home massage by yourself, or ask a loved one.
2. An at-home detox
Toxins that build up in the body can also be a cause of cellulite. Get rid of toxins by starting a detox diet. Try a whole food detox.
In this diet, you will just be eating whole foods. That means only foods that don’t have listed ingredients on the side of the box that you can’t even pronounce! In other words, lots of fruits, veggies, whole grains and lean meats and other proteins like nuts and eggs.
3. Just drinking more water
This one is simple: drink more water every day. This will be a great step to detoxify the body, and it will also help flush out impurities that may have built up and caused cellulite.
4. Going on a diet
If you need to lose weight, going on a diet is the only real way to do this. It may be hard at first, but you can do it! Try talking with a nutritionist or health counselor about what diet and caloric intake iwll be right for you and your lifestyle.
5. Skin brushing at home
Many people do not know about skin brushing, but it is a great way to stimulate the skin and get rid of cellulite. You will need to purchase a skin brush with bristles that are flexible and rather soft but also stiff enough to penetrate the skin.
Whenever you skin brush at home, you need to make sure that you are brushing toward your heart to help improve blood circulation throughout the body. It is generally recommended that you skin brush once per day or once every other day to see results in the amount of cellulite that you have.
6. A medical spa treatment that is non invasive
There are also many medical spa or beauty spa treatments that you can try that are actually nonsurgical. These treatments often use infrared light, radio frequency energy or lasers to penetrate deep into the tap layers of your skin and attack cellulite. Just keep in mind that these treatments can be a little expensive, and you often need to have several treatment sessions before you start to notice any serious long-lasting results.
7. Strength training to add muscle tone
To start getting rid of flab and fat that has been causing your cellulite, try strength training. Anyone can strength training. You don’t have to be a male bodybuilder to do this. All you need is your own body weight or a set of lightweight hand weights. You can also use a kettle ball if you prefer. One thing to remember about strength training is that you need to have one off day day for every day that you use strength training to train a specific muscle group. This will enable your muscles to rest and grow.
How to Start Changing Habits
Keep in mind that many of these new non surgical treatments can be used together with each other, so you might want to think about actually using some of them in conjunction with others. This can be a good way to make your cellulite reduction go faster and reduce your cellulite levels much better.
But it can be difficult to change habits that you have been living with for a long time, so try to follow a few simple rules for making the transition much easier. First, just make one new habit change at a time. Don’t try to change everything at once.
Second, forgive yourself if you forget to do a new habit or fall back into old patterns. It happens! Beating yourself up will only waste time and set you back much, much further. Finally, track your progress as you go along so that you can see how far you have come since the beginning.
Doing all of this will help you to move along at a greater pace and help you get rid of that darn cellulite!
As always, I’d love to hear your thoughts, comments, or questions below.