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How to Reduce Cellulite Naturally

How to Reduce Cellulite Naturally

Your body has housed you through heartbreak, sunshine, joy, and stress. So a little pampering never goes amiss! Give yourself a confidence boost by learning how to reduce cellulite naturally.

We’re human beings. Humans are not meant to be “perfect.” 

We’re meant to have scars, stretch marks, dark spots, and, yes, cellulite. We are constantly evolving, and the changes to our bodies mean that we’ve made it another day, another year, another decade. 

It’s time we separate the worlds of self-care and self-doubt. Pampering yourself, your skin, and your body is showing it appreciation and love! 

There are natural ways to nurture your skin and soul and keep you, as a holistic being, beaming. 




Does cellulite ever go away for good?

Short answer? No. Cellulite does not go away, and is there for good reason: genetics.  Our bodies store nutrients and energy in pockets, and they are here to stay. There is nothing wrong with cellulite!  No matter how much muscle you have, or how toned you are, natural bodies often have cellulite. That is not a failing.  When you see people with zero cellulite, looking perfect, maybe they’re genetically blessed. Or, maybe… It’s photoshop. It’s angles, it’s lighting.  Regardless, your body is perfect exactly how it is. But if cellulite is an insecurity of yours, you can help diminish its appearance by learning how to reduce cellulite naturally and get your confidence back. 



What causes cellulite?

Cellulite is simply our bodies storing fat pockets in patterns just underneath the skin. 90% of women and 10% of men have it – it’s natural, and normal. 

Nothing you’ve done caused your cellulite! It’s just our bodies’ natural predisposition. 


Are there any foods that reduce cellulite?

Inflammation-reducing foods might reduce the appearance of cellulite. 

We wrote an article on which foods can target stress, many of which also target and reduce inflammation! 

So, some foods including turmeric, pumpkin seeds, green tea, and fruits & veggies will help you reduce the appearance of your cellulite.  


Are there any home remedies to reduce cellulite?

Yes, home remedies can reduce the appearance of cellulite.

Remember, cellulite is permanent, natural, and normal – but, like most things, they can be reduced and camouflaged. 

Similar to how foundation can diminish pores and scarring, self-tanning can increase the look of being toned, and plucking eyebrows changes their natural shape. Here are some home remedies we’d like to share so that you can learn how to reduce cellulite naturally.


Seaweed can help exfoliate and provide antioxidants that reduce cellulite. 

Seaweed is full of multiple minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants, as well as lipids that moisturize and detoxify. 

It’s no surprise, then, that it’s been used for years as a spa remedy to improve the skin’s appearance and health! Seaweed even contains anti-aging properties, which can be a huge confidence booster. 

You can make an exfoliating seaweed scrub to reduce cellulite at home. You will need:

  • 3 tbsp fine sea salt

  • ¼ cup kelp powder or ground seaweed

  • ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil

  • 3 drops of your favorite aromatic essential oils, if desired. 

Mix the ingredients well and keep the scrub in a clean empty container or mason jar with a lid. 

Apply in the shower for hydrated, exfoliated, smooth skin!




Apply apple cider vinegar to your skin.

Apple cider vinegar is all natural, and full of skin-loving minerals that help promote blood circulation like magnesium and potassium. 

You will need:

  • ¼ cup apple cider vinegar

  • ½ cup water

Combine them together, and massage the areas of your body that have cellulite to reduce inflammation, plump your skin, and flush out toxins. 


Lymphatic massage with dry brushing is the answer to how to reduce cellulite naturally. 

Lymphatic massage with a dry brush reduces inflammation and drains lymphatic fluid, and when done on a regular basis, it’s one of the best ways to reduce cellulite naturally. 

Dry brushing stimulates your lymphatic system, distributes your body’s natural oils, increases circulation, and physically exfoliates. All of these factors come together in one major cellulite-fighting practice. 

We’ve written about the power of dry brushing in your skincare routine before, and we still feel just as strongly about it now! 

Only now, we can help you start your dry brushing journey with more than just information. 



Dry Body Brush


Our Dry Body Brush is handmade from natural sisal, ensuring that you get the most high-quality, relaxing, effective dry brush experience.


Don’t wait to start your journey to holistic self- care

Your body deserves to be pampered every day. 

When you have cellulite, it might feel easy to get discouraged about your appearance, comparing yourself to photoshopped, airbrushed influencers. 

But your body’s unique traits are only more reasons to love and cherish it for all it has done for you. It’s unique, perfect, and yours.

Accepting your body as it is and treating it with love and self care is the true way to achieve self acceptance and emotional balance. 

Treating your skin with high-quality experiences, spa-worthy ingredients, and luxurious pampering sessions will help you feel more connected to your body and, in turn, appreciate it even more. 

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