The Best way to treat Cellulite and Circulation

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Cellulite can be a concern for so many of us. Basically it is a build up of toxins and most things we love in life, alcohol, caffeine and most things that slow our circulation down. Tips - - Start body brushing in the mornings before you get in the shower, using upward, fast movements, just for a few minutes. - Try and walk where you can if you don't have the time to exercise, just to get everything moving. - Cut out or cut down on alcohol, fatty foods and caffeine, they all slow down the circulation. - Include lots of detoxing and stimulating ingredients in your food, Rosemary, Ginger, Grapefruits, Chilli's or speak to a nutritionist for a more detailed list. - Massage is key to help move the toxins, either go for a really good massage thats stimulating and includes some Lymphatic drainage, to push the toxins out, or massage your legs at home after a shower or bath, again kneading with your hands and then stroking in an upward direction to the hips and buttocks. - Use some good quality products to help stimulate the circulation and flush away all those nasties. I recommend the Legology products, amazing results.

What You'll Need

  • Body Brush and some good quality products and some willpower!

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