Dr. Oz Shares A Homemade Sea Salt Cellulite Scrub Remedy – Cheap Cellulite Solutions
Today (February 26, 2014) Dr. Oz did a segment about cheap solutions for cellulite. Dr. Oz invited a dermatologist, a plastic surgeon, and a dietician to share their favorite cellulite remedies. During the segment they shared a homemade cellulite scrub, a hand held cellulite massager, and talked about why foods that you eat can influence the appearance of cellulite in your body.
Sea Salt Homemade Cellulite Scrub Recipe
Dr. Oz spoke with Dr. Jeanette Graff (Dermatologist) about her favorite cellulite remedy that doesn’t require a trip to the office. Dr. Graf said she recommends a sea salt cellulite scrub because it works on two fronts. First it exfoliates your skin. Secondly, it stimulates your circulation and increases your lymphatic drainage, which will reduce the appearance of cellulite.
Sea Salt Cellulite Scrub Ingredients
- 1/4 cup of sea salt
- 1/4 cup of olive oil
- 3 tbsp of ground seaweed
- A few drops of an essential oil (They mentioned lemongrass for example)
Mix all of the ingredients to the Sea Salt scrub recipe listed above into a jar and mix. Massage the scrub into the cellulite before you take a shower.
The Enzyme Bromelain in Pineapples Reduce Cellulite
Dr. Oz invited a registered dietitian on to the show (Carolyn Brown) to share her cellulite solution. Carolyn said that foods that are high in sugar can make cellulite worse.. She recommends replacing foods that are high in sugar with cellulite reducing foods. Here were the suggestions given on the show :
- Eat 1/2 cup of pineapple three times per day.
- 500 MG Bromelain Supplement – Take with food.
Cellulite Suction Massager Increases Lymphatic Drainage
Dr. Oz invited a plastic surgeon on to the show (Dr. Haideh Hirmand) to share her favorite cellulite remedy. She said that a handheld suction massager helps to stimulate lymphatic drainage and to release fluid build up in fat cells. You can find celluless handheld suction massagers online that massage the deep skin and tissue layers to break down fat deposits.
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