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A Simple 30-Minute Massage to Remove Cellulite and Get a Fit Body

A Simple 30-Minute Massage to Remove Cellulite and Get a Fit Body

Every woman wants to be perfect all day and night. And every woman should know how to perform an anti-cellulite massage. Of course, if it's done correctly and on a regular basis, the results will be great.

Bright Side reveals the secrets of beautiful healthy skin and shares them with you.

How to do it right

You'll need:

  • A brush with natural bristles
  • A body scrub with big granules
  • Body oil
  • A silicone cup

Remember to be careful. The massage shouldn't leave any bruises. Avoid such areas as the back of your knees and the inner surface of your thigh.

Variant 1

Step 1. Apply scrub to your dry skin moving from your feet upward.

A Simple 30-Minute Massage to Remove Cellulite and Get a Fit Body

Step 2. Use the tip of your thumb and fingers to knead your skin (almost as if you were pinching yourself) for 10 minutes.

A Simple 30-Minute Massage to Remove Cellulite and Get a Fit Body

Step 3. Now apply oil and a silicone cup (make sure it doesn't hurt so as not to leave bruises). Move the cup in a circular motion from your feet upward.

A Simple 30-Minute Massage to Remove Cellulite and Get a Fit Body

Step 4. After the massage with the cup, repeat step 2.

Perform this procedure 3 times a week for 10 minutes on each zone.

Variant 2

This variant may be called an express massage, but it's still effective. As usual, the main thing is regularity.

Step 1. Before taking a shower, massage your skin with a dry brush. All moves should be intense. Move the brush in a clockwise motion from your feet upward.

A Simple 30-Minute Massage to Remove Cellulite and Get a Fit Body

Step 2. After taking a shower, apply some oil, and knead problem areas.

If you perform these kinds of massage on a regular basis, you'll get a beautiful body. Besides, if you lead a healthy lifestyle, you'll soon notice significant changes.

Have you already tried this method? Share your results in the comments!

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Illustrated by Oleg Guta for Bright Side