90% of women may experience cellulite at some point of their lives. Normally, these fat bumps will affect after the age of 30, but may be due to modern lifestyle many youngsters are forced to carry this excess fat. Cellulite is not related to your weight gain or loss. Even skinny women can get this fat bumps over legs and buttocks.
Unfortunately there is no scientific evidence to prove that anti-cellulite creams can help you to get rid of cellulite. However, anecdotal report states that natural remedies have shown positive results. By this you should know that jojoba oil for cellulite may or may not work for you.
Don’t lose your hope. Stay with me to know interesting facts about this carrier oil.
How Jojoba Oil Works to Get Rid of Cellulite?
Actually, it’s a liquid wax extracted from the nuts of jojoba plant. Properties of this nutty smelled oil are identical to your natural oil sebum. No other vegetable oil has this distinguished feature.
Sebum enhances overall functionality of your skin. Likewise, jojoba oil moisturizes dry skin and enhances collagen production. Apart from this, it can restrain chronic skin ailments like acne and eczema.
Back to cellulite; your embarrassing fat bumps has toxins in it, which grows to worsen cellulite. Antioxidant activity of jojoba oil and other natural oils helps to thwart these toxins. If you don’t massage, then they build up toxins making cellulite worse every day.
I don’t say that jojoba oil alone can deal with cellulite. But don’t you think assorted properties in this oil will improve or at-least prevent further damage? Unlike cosmetic creams, jojoba oil is free from chemical ingredients that may irritant your sensitive skin.
Massing thighs will remove toxins and may help to get rid of fat content under the skin. Experts recommend using essential or carrier oil to give that extra kick to combat toxins and fat. Fortunately, you can blend essential oil with any suitable carrier oil to self-massage over your body.
Anti-Cellulite Oils: Hazelnut and Jojoba Oil for Cellulite
- Hazelnut oil – 4 tablespoons
- Jojoba oil – 4 tablespoons
- Cinnamon essential oil – 10 drops
- Orange essential oil – 10 drops
- Cypress essential oil – 10 drops
- Juniper essential oil – 10 drops
Wash the impurities over the skin and pat dry. Meanwhile blend all listed ingredients in a bottle (store in a dark place for reuse). Massage the oil over the cellulite for about few minutes, and then leave it to dry naturally.
I recommend applying it before going to bed, so that you can rinse it off in the morning. You can use dry soft-bristled brush to massage over cellulite.
You can add lemon and grapefruit essential oil to the above list.
Removing cellulite can’t be done with a single remedy. Along with massaging you’re advised to change your diet and lifestyle. Do regular exercise to beat the fat.