Dermatologists Share Tips to Reduce Cellulite

You can spend all your life against cellulite without getting any results. It could be due to genetics which means no diet or exercise can help. However, there are some ways to minimize cellulite and make your back appear more shapely. We at Bright Side were curious about what dermatologists and studies said about the most popular anti-cellulite procedure around and would like to share what we learned with you.

1. Deep massage

It’s a massage that uses a special vacuum device and rollers. Dermatologists say that it can help circulation and improve the appearance of the skin. The only problem is that the effects don’t last. To maintain good results, you need to have regular sessions of deep massage, like once a week, for example. But the real downside to this procedure is its price. You may need to fork up lots of money to have sessions like these every week.

2. Creams

There’s no scientific proof that anti-cellulite creams are effective. But it may moisturize your skin so it looks firmer. Your back will look better but you shouldn’t count on it for a huge result. The only thing that dermatologists are sure about is that they don’t provide long-lasting effects. The therapy must be continued. In case you decide to try creams, doctors suggest buying an inexpensive variety and giving it 8 weeks to work.

3. Body brushing

Dermatologists say that dry brushing can be effective, but again, you shouldn’t count on seeing huge results. Moreover, you need to have this procedure done over a long period of time. But the good news is, you can do it at home yourself. Dry brushing should be skipped whenever there’s an active skin infection, otherwise, you risk spreading the germs around. Undergo this procedure no more than twice per week. If your skin is too irritated, have a dry brushing session less often, or quit it altogether.

You can pick any brush made of natural materials.

How to do dry brushing:

  1. Brush your skin using clockwise motions.
  2. Use light pressure where your skin is thin and brush harder over thicker skin.
  3. After dry brushing, take a cool shower to help remove any dry skin. Then apply some oil to smooth it out.

4. Devices based on radiofrequency

Research has shown that radiofrequency devices are effective at reducing cellulite. In a study, 16 people were tested. They underwent this treatment twice a week over the course of 6 weeks and there was a 71.87% decrease in thigh circumference and 25% improvement of cellulite. By using RF energy to heat fat, your skin tightens and bl-d circulation increases, which in time, helps to reduce the appearance of cellulite.

5. Professional treatment

Dermatologists say that some special procedures performed by experts can be very effective at reducing cellulite. One of the most useful of these is known as subcision. This manipulation breaks up tough bands that cause cellulite. But be sure to consult with your doctor before undergoing this treatment. 232 patients were studied and 99% of them were satisfied with the effect. The results can last for up to 2 years. Practitioners have noticed improvement even after one session. Which treatment do you usually do to make your back look perfect? What procedures have you tried in order to minimize cellulite? Were they effective?


Isabella FloresI have cellulite and I’m 13 and it s-ks when your the only one out of your friends

KL RedSo glad to see a thin person admitting to having cellulite. I have been thin pretty much my entire life and have had cellulite since my teens. I love your suggestions and will work them. Have you also considered how potassium deficiency is related to cellulite as well? Research it and see what you think!

Julia CastroCellulite will be your best friend for life… Aww that’s actually kind of cute, thank you for putting that into a new perspective for me <3 I’ll still work on it though haha

Amanda HooperI can’t wait to try that coffee scrub, Joanna! I just finished The Body Book for the 2nd time–it’s one of my favorites


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