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Caffeine For Cellulite + A Simple Recipe Worth Trying

Updated on April 12, 2010

 

Everyone is always racing to the stores for the new beauty products that promise better skin. But did you ever consider the ingredients that go into half that stuff? Most people don’t even know what the stuff on the ingredients list is, nor can they even pronounce it! Our skin is designed to absorb everything it touches, from sun light to water. Now, though I use some lotions but not often, I wouldn’t put it past the ingredients that they are completely safe. I believe the safest thing for skin is natural oils such as olive oil. Anyway, as far as cellulite, everyone company has their own spray, lotion, cream, of their so called “Cure” for cellulite. THERE IS NO CURE! Cellulite is a normal part of being human. Though most of us hate it, which I do, it’s NORMAL! I don’t have a cure, and I’m not going to claim it will rid you of the stuff, but it will reduce it and over time may make it very unnoticeable. It’s a little something called caffeine! It’s naturally found in coffee beans! What it does when it touches the skin, is it improves circulation to the area of the skin thus helping the old cells be removed and causes the body to make new ones in it place! Reasons of bad cellulite have been linked to poor diet, lack of exercise, and being over weight. It also seems to get worse as we all age. I’ve come to notice, however, very thin women have it, healthy women have it, and even gym bunnies have it! In women that are less in shape, it will be worse though! Anyway, here’s a little recipe that you can try every time you shower. If you have 5 minutes then you have the time! Try it for a week or two and see if it makes a difference! God bless and happy scrubing!

Instructions

Things you’ll need:

·                       One cup of sugar

·                       One cup ground coffee

·                       Two cups olive oil

 

To make the best cellulite cream, place coffee, sugar, and ground coffee in a blender

 

Blend on medium speed until mixture is mixed evenly.

 

Pour cellulite cream into jar with lid.

 

While in the shower, turn water off.

 

Smooth cellulite cream on legs and other problem cellulite areas on your body. Gently massage problem areas.

 

Rinse with water and pat dry. Use daily for best results.

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    • ii3rittles profile imageAUTHOR

      ii3rittles 

      6 years ago

      Thanks for the comment J Burgraff... and YES, it smells YUMMY!

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      J Burgraff 

      6 years ago

      Brown sugar and coffee...probably smells pretty good too!

    • ii3rittles profile imageAUTHOR

      ii3rittles 

      7 years ago

      Thanks RockerGinger! - You will love it. I use brown sugar, instead of white as it makes the skin glow. Also the coffee will tint your skin if you leave it on a good 20 minutes. It's a bronze tint, looks way better then fake tans! Also, your legs will feel like silk the next day! Oil residue will be on your skin after you rinse off but once it sinks into your skin, it will eat it up!

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      Sarah Jason 

      7 years ago from Vermont

      Wow I really want to try this. My legs aren't really flabby as the pic above, but they are...shapes. I can't wait to try this. Thank you muchly!

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