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How To Get Rid of Cellulite Fast and Naturally

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Tip on how to get rid of cellulite fast and naturally

A few weeks back I made the mistake of prancing around my room post-shower, rocking out to Beyonce and shakin’ my booty when I stopped to examine myself in the mirror…as we ladies tend to do.

While that all sounds normal (at least, I hope it does) it was the microscopic skin examination I got into that really freaked me out.

Of course I saw the regular blotches, bruises, and cellulite dimples but this time, it looked like my cellulite had gotten worse. Not only did I cringe but I got dressed immediately so I didn’t have to stare at it any longer!

Straight after that I hit up the big G to find some tips on how to get rid of cellulite fast and naturally so that I could banish that dimply disaster once and for all.

What I found was pretty interesting. Want to learn how to get rid of cellulite fast and naturally? Good. Keep on reading.

What The Heck is Cellulite and Why Do We Get It?

Simply put, cellulite is a build up of fat within the deeper layers of our skin (or our dermis) that is held in place by various connective tissue fibres.

Cellulite becomes more noticeable when these fibres push down on the fatty tissue, restricting blood flow, causing fluid backup, and enlarging the fat cells that give us that dimply, cottage cheese look we all loathe.

What’s more is that our bodies love to store these fatty tissues in our legs and our butts…basically the last place we want it to be stored.

Add to that the toxins in your body that intensify the look, and the fact that women are really the only ones who have to deal with this issue, and you have yourself a damn good reason to get rid of it, like yesterday!

Sure, diet and exercise are crucial elements that you need to incorporate into your anti-cellulite efforts, but you can also add a quick DIY scrub that helps to break up the concentration of fatty tissue deposits and give your skin a more smooth appearance.

How To Get Rid of Cellulite Fast and Naturally

One thing that really seals the deal for me with DIYs is their level of ease….and how much it costs to make ‘em…okay so two things.

Not only is this treatment easy to make but you can find all of the ingredients at your local grocery store, if you don’t already have them lying around the kitchen.How to make your own coffee cellulite scrub

All you need is:

  • 1/2 cup of ground Coffee
  • 1 tablespoon of white Sugar
  • 2-3 tablespoons of Olive Oil
  • 1 teaspoon of Glycerin  - I like this one
  • 2 teaspoons of Vitamin E Oil – I use the capsules

Because the amount of toxins in your body plays a part in how severe your cellulite looks, you need the caffeine and antioxidants found in Coffee to get rid of the free radicals, stimulate blood flow, and improve circulation.

Ultimately this helps to smooth out the build up of fatty tissue while also firming and tightening the skin.

Sugar, on the other hand, acts as an additional exfoliant that will open and clear out your pores, allowing them to absorb the ingredients more easily.

Finally, the Olive Oil and Vitamin E Oil helps to restore moisture to your skin and keep it hydrated as the caffeine content may cause slight dehydration.

These oils are also packed full of healthy fats that help to protect your skin cells, and give your skin an additional antioxidant punch.

Once you have your ingredients rounded up, the process is simple:

  • have a hot shower to help open up your pores
  • combine all your ingredients in a medium-size bowl
  • stir your mixture until evenly combined
  • using your hands, apply your scrub only to the areas you have cellulite
  • scrub your skin as hard as you can for 5 minutes and do not rinse off
  • using plastic wrap (or saran wrap), wrap the areas you have applied your scrub
  • leave those parts wrapped up for 10 minutes
  • after your 10 minutes are up, remove the plastic wrap and rinse off but do not use soap
  • apply your favourite moisturizer

After the redness on your skin calms down you should notice those areas looking smoother and eventually your dimples should start to fade away but remember, a healthy diet and regular exercise has to become a part of your lifestyle if you really want that cellulite to stay away!

Of course, if you would rather buy than DIY then check out my favourite anti-cellulite cream that works a treat and will help you get rid of that cottage cheese look for good.

Got your own tip on how to get rid of cellulite fast and naturally? Leave it in the comment section below!

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139 comments… add one

  • How many times a week should this scrub be used?

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  • I have done it 3 times per week before but also felt a little dehydrated (because of the coffee) but you could start with 3x/week and see how that works for you :)

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  • Can you use salt instead of sugar???

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  • I’m sure you could…if you give it a try let us know how it works out :-D

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  • You should always use only sugar as a scrub because the granules/molecules are always rounded whereas salt is always squared which will make tiny cuts in your skin – which you can’t see but are there and is damaging. That’s why you never see salt scrubs, only sugar.

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  • Hey Katie,

    Thanks for the awesome tip however, I’ve seen plenty of sea salt scrubs before :-)

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  • “That’s why you never see salt scrubs, only sugar.”

    What are you talking about?? There’s about 2 billion salt scrubs out there! Ever heard of the Dead Sea? People pay a fortune for those minerals (read:salt)!
    And this is only one example. A Google Shopping search yields literally hundreds of results!
    Please be mindful when posting as you are spreading misinformation.

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  • I just have to comment…
    I truly appreciate the fact that you all answer the questions, that is awesome!
    I’m going to try this tonight, I have used this in the past, however, I was not consistent with 3x a week.
    A tip I have is to put news paper down as it will eventually clog your drain, try to slough off as much you can then roll up the paper and throw it away before turning on the water…
    Just sayin

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  • I’m gonna try this out. My legs are my biggest insecurity. I hope this works! Thanks for posting this :)

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  • Awesome Kel, let us know how it goes :-)

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  • I recommend against salt because it’s a natural dehydrator, use sugar instead, you will thank me later (personal experience) salt removes natural oils from the skin that you need to keep it plump, smooth and firm.

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  • I really want to try that.

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  • How do you wrap your butt in plastic wrap????

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  • wrap it around…like even around your pelvic area. Know what I mean?

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  • When you begin to see the results?

    Thanks

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  • You should start to see results after a few applications but I guess it depends on how bad your cellulite is :)

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  • is bby oil okay to use as vitamin e?

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  • Hmmm I’m not sure because I’ve never used it as a substitute but the vitamin E is effective because of it’s natural benefits such as the antioxidant content, the natural hydration, and it’s ability to fade wrinkles, lines, and marks :)

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  • Where can you find glycerin ? And what is it exactly?

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  • Hey Angel,

    Glycerin is a carrier oil that is used in most moisturizers however it can also naturally dry out your skin. If you are looking for an alternative that doesn’t do that, you could try jojoba oil :)

    Also you can find Glycerin in just about any pharmacy…or you could order it on Amazon –> http://ow.ly/hfq7n

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  • I was wondering if you could also use coconut oil instead of Glycerin? And you may have already answered this, but does Glycerin have another nutrient in it that we need to better results?
    About the coffee grounds, I keep my coffee in the freezer, does that lower the effectiveness of it?

    Thanks! Trying this tomorrow!

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  • Yes, coconut oil should work. Also, it shouldn’t matter if your coffee is stored in the freezer. Hope you like the recipe :)

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  • You should never put coffee in the refrigerator or freeze…it pulls the flavor out…store in a dry dark area!! Just Fyi

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  • By all means, I totally agree; however, I wouldn’t suggest using the coffee that goes in your cellulite scrub. Probably won’t taste good with the other cellulite treatment ingredients ;)

  • Hey! I have done this and I find that drinking PLENTY of water for a few days helps with the results!! Also, I use a vitamin E lotion and it works as well as the oil. thanks for the info!!! Love this!!!

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  • Thanks Terri that’s so great to hear that you’re seeing results! And I love the oil tip :)

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  • Goofy question maybe, but could you use coffee grounds, meaning post-brewing, or does that leech all the awesome out of the ground coffee?

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  • Hmmmmm I have never actually tried that. My first thought would be not to because I would think most of the caffeine and enzymes would be gone post-brew but if you do try it, I would love to hear your results :-)

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  • @Angel, you can also find glycerine at your craft store near the candle & lotion making section.
    My question is what if you r on medication for life and some of them toxic, would this be pointless???

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  • Hmmmm I’m not sure I can answer that and give you a 110% answer either way as I wouldn’t want to cause any problems for you with your medication. Maybe asking your doctor would be the best idea.

    Sorry I couldn’t help you more :)

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  • Any kind of coffee? Or, as with drinking it, does the old stand by of stronger is better apply?

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  • You could try using strong coffee grounds but I’m not sure if it will have a drastic effect on your results. But, if you do choose that route, let me know what you think and how well it worked. I would love to hear!

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  • Will this work on stretch marks?

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  • I haven’t tried it but I doubt it. If you want, I used an awesome product for stretch marks called Trilastin. You can check out my video review/results if you’re interested –> http://besskincare.com/trilastin-sr

    hope that helps :-)

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  • can you use just the coffee and sugar if you dont have anthing else?

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  • well, you should try and round up all the ingredients as I’m not sure just coffee and sugar would do the trick but you could always give it a go and let me know if it does :)

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  • This is a great tip! I’m only 20 but iv’e had cellulite since 15(And its weird cause I don’t weigh too much. only 115 pounds!) and I’ve always avoided wearing shorts or anything that would show my thighs. I will definitely try this! thank you so much!

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  • Aw my pleasure Beth! Let me know how it goes :-)

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  • Question, does the constant application of the ground coffee and such stain your skin at all? Thanks!

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  • No, it shouldn’t :-)

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  • What a great recipe to use to pamper myself! Do u have any suggestions or recipes to decrease the appearance of vericose veins. I made an apptmt w/ a Dr but would like to avoid surgery if thats the only way to remove them. Thanks for a great website!

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  • Sure do! It’s one of my most recent posts :-)

    Here’s the DIY way:

    http://topbeautybrands.com/varicose-vein-remedies/

    And here’s an effective product as well:

    http://topbeautybrands.com/veinease/

    Thanks for the kind words, I’m so happy you’re digging the site :-)

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  • I had to comment when I read your comment saying you have a Dr. appt about your varicose veins. I know someone who had the surgery to remove the veins. She had little tiny incisions in her legs, they took the veins out, and they came back. She went through all of that for nothing. They come back. To help with this I suggest a good pair of support hose.

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  • Is the glycerine an oil or powder? What am I looking for. Can I shave glycerine soap?

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  • Glycerine is a liquid…and I’m not sure about shaving soap, I’ve never tried it but you can always give it a go and let me know how it works out :-)

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  • Can you reuse a batch if u don’t use the whole thing? Or should you start fresh every time?

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  • Yep you can re-use your scrub as much as you want :)

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  • I’m 16 and have had cellulite for about 2 years steady.
    Using a good vitamin e cream after should speed results..
    And also topically applying coconut oil before bed seems to have worked for me on the days I didn’t use the scrub, as well as drinking lots of water.
    You should also regularly exfoliate with a basic, not harsh scrub every time you shower.
    Lower abdomen and butt excersizes will tighten the muscles in these regions. (squats, planks, lunges)
    I use a similar scrub 2x a week, and within two months I could see a difference.

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  • Sounds great… But can you use this when pregnant? Just wondering regarding the vitamin E & glycerin factors.

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  • I think you should be okay because they are both natural :)

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  • Awesome! Thanks Vanessa! Will definitely be giving this one a shot (especially before a certain bump stops me from reaching culprit areas :)

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  • Hey Lyn,

    I just did more reading into it and while Glycerin is an ingredient used in common moisturizers (and other products) and the basic gist of what I’ve read says only use Glycerin if the benefits outweigh the any possible risk.

    So I’m not sure what to tell you…I don’t want to suggest anything that could ever have any adverse random side effects :)

    I guess just use your best judgement :)

    Sorry about that!

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  • Hi I can’t wait 2try this…. I have a few questions… Hate my dimples on my butt and thighs…how many times a week?3-4x ok?…… Also is instant coffee ok, or do I need to grind up coffee beans and use that (dark roast ok?)…… And jojoba oil is just as good as glycerin? Last question…….when will I results? 2-3weeks? I really hope this works I’m losing my mind…and it upsets me like u I’ve noticed it was getting worse…. Funny thing is I’m so skinny… Thank you! Lucy

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  • Hey Lucy,

    If I were you I would try maybe every day to start. If you find that to be too much then slow it down to 4-5 times a week. Also, instant coffee should be okay..it’s the caffeine you really want. And you should be using glycerin but could try with jojoba and see how that works out.

    As for how long it takes to see results – I think it depends on how severe your cellulite is. If this treatment doesn’t work you could always try Finulite, it works a treat! Here’s our review –> http://topbeautybrands.com/finulite-review/

    Hope that helps!

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  • All good thanks. I’ll ask my ob-gyn when I see him next.
    Cheers :)

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  • Hi Lyn
    Did you ever ask your OB about this? I was curious of the same thing

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  • I use instant coffee mixed with my regular body moisturizer and massage my legs before having a shower. Works like a hot dam!

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  • haha I like it…especially the hot damn part :)

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  • Hi, I get horrible razer burn, ive tried everything shaving cream, conditioner different soaps and I still get them! I have skin, have any advice?

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  • Sensitive skin*

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  • hahaha I was going to say, I hope you have skin Mady! ;)

    Have you tried switching up your razor? If shaving cream or other products aren’t making any difference then my first guess would be to switch up your razor. Also, I would give coconut oil a go…it’s a more natural solution and who knows, it could make all the difference :-)

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  • Hey!

    A great trick for razor burn is acutally white stick deoderant. Not the liquid gel kind or any spray…but any white-stick deoderant works WONDERS for razor burn, especially in those sensitive lady areas.

    I also use it in between my thighs in the summer when I wear skirts and dresses because it helps reduce chaffing so much!

    Good luck! :)

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  • That’s an awesome tip McKenna! Thanks :)

  • I do this too and it works very well! Just be cautious of using your regular scented deoderant, I’m not sure it would always mix well.. I would suggest TOMS unscented Deoderant. It’s natural and plain ^_^

  • I’ve tried this method, but it’s a mess to clean up! When I rub the mixture on half of it just falls to the floor. Any tips? Also, I’ve tried it for a month haven’t noticed any results. My cellulite is not terrible. How hard do you rub it?

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  • You should use this remedy in a shower or a bathtub…helping to make the clean up process a little easier :)

    Also I never scrubbed crazy hard but I did apply a decent amount of pressure so that the ingredients would work into my skin

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  • I am definitely going to try this before shorts weather begins! Out of all the cellulite remedies this one doesn’t sound crazy like the other ones I have seen! YAY!

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  • That’s what I like to hear! Let me know what you think of it and what your results are after using it for a few weeks :-)

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  • Hey,
    Was wondering do I even have to use glycerin? Or is there something else I can use?

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  • Hmmmm I’m not sure what’s an appropriate substitute for glycerin…but you can glycerin in just about any pharmacy :-)

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  • Thanks V. Can I substitute the olive oil for veggie oil?

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  • I wouldn’t…I don’t think it’s as good of quality as Olive Oil :)

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  • Why is it necessary to use plastic wrap? Can I just leave my legs un-wrapped for the 10 minuets?

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  • I believe the plastic wrap is necessary because it causes your skin to heat up, pores to open and the remedy to sink in. You can try doing it unwrapped but it may not be as effective

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  • Hannah Noel April 8, 2013 9:46 pm

    Has anyone e-mailed you back to let you know how it’s worked for them so far?

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  • A few people have emailed me directly to say they love the remedy but there are so many comments in this thread that I can’t remember if someone has posted on this page saying it’s worked :)

    You should give it a shot and see if it works for you though!

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  • I’m so gonna do this, my cellulite is getting worse! since I moved back home I stopped exercising, I used to walk a LOT, and my legs started to lose cellulite, they got really firm and pretty, and now…now I’m even ashamed of using a knee-high dress (I know I may be overreacting, hehe)

    Thank you so much for this awesome tip! If you guys are wondering what kind of activity can help you win the battle against cellubitch (hehehe) walking and cycling are great excercises to help blood circulation in our legs, also swimming

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  • Agreed Sophie! Swimming and cycling are two of the best exercises for your legs! I personally loooove spinning classes so I find that helps for me but I also love Pilates which gave me results as well.

    I think it’s all about living a healthy and active lifestyle and supplementing with these little DIY tricks :-)

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  • Hi! Is glycerin required or optional for this? Thanks

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  • I think it’s necessary but if you can find an alternative ingredient that works then I would be open to hearing about it :)

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  • Vivian Capetillo April 17, 2013 9:23 pm

    Im fixing to try this! I cant wait! When i see these results, I will love you forever! :)

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  • hahahaha yes! Let me know how it goes and if you do in fact love me forever ;)

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  • Ok i swear it looked it burnt skin to me at first. Lol. Gonna try this. Got all the ingredients at home. I keep glycerin for my extra dry skin and palms.

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  • Perfect, let me know what you think of it :-)

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  • Can I use honey instead of Olive oil? I used to use honey as a body scrub together with brown sugar, and I see it does fine and I’m wondering if it will work as well in here to get rid of cellulites coz I dont like the smell of olive oil that much.

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  • Hmmm well you can definitely give it a shot and see if it does work but I haven’t tried it :)

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  • I notice there is caffiene alot of he fat burners people buy,,I don’t myself. I can’t drink regular coffee cause of the caffiene..would it b eokay to use it in this way or will I have the same effects of reg. coffee? giterry..how long doe this treatment wokr for..do u have to do it on a regular basis?

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  • Hey Viv,

    Using a coffee scrub on your skin shouldn’t make you jittery…but if you are extremely sensitive to caffeine then maybe you might want to avoid it. However with that being said, I’ve never heard of this scrub affecting anyone the same way drinking coffee does :)

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  • hola, despues de aplicar , pongo encima envoltorio de plastico,pero despues dice que para arriba? como es eso?

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  • Bueno, usted no debe estar ejecutando alrededor mientras está encendido pero tomarlo con calma y relajarse y que no debería tener problemas

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  • Genesis: dice “wrapped up” y en ingles asi se dice, pero cuando lo traduzcas, solamente quiere decir que envuelvas el plastico y cubras las areas.

    Vanessa, thanks for your help! I’ve also read on other sites that using vitamin E oil with Nivea cellulite serum works great. I’m thinking of incorporating that into your recommended scrub. Hope it works!

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  • Sweet Violet, let me know how it works out :)

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  • hey i have a problem a couple years ago i shaved my stomach ( bad idea) then when the hair grew back it grew back as ingrown hairs… i exfoliate the skin every time i have a shower and the bumps don’t go away will this method help in reducing the look of razor/ingrown hair bumps?

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  • Well are you looking for a cellulite fix or for a razor bumps fix?

    If it’s the bumps you want to fix then check out this post instead –> http://topbeautybrands.com/how-to-shave-your-bikini-line/

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  • Would it work without the glycerin

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  • I’m not entirely sure as I’ve never tried it but if you do, let me know :)

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  • Could you use this almost everyday, to get faster results? Or should I stick to three times a week?!

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  • You could try it and see what happens if you like…because it’s a natural remedy I can’t imagine there would be any harmful side effects :-)

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  • Are there any side effects to doing this? And what if I use it even if I don’t have very much cellulite but just want my legs to look a little smoother and firmer?

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  • Nope, no side effects! Since it’s a natural concoction and you’re using all natural ingredients there shouldn’t be any harmful side effects whatsoever :)

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  • I’m not a coffee drinker so a great idea is to go to Starbucks. They leave free bags of coffee grounds in a basket for your garden. I don’t have a garden so is going on my dimples!!!

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  • Oh that’s a wicked idea! I assume they are all used though, correct?

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  • I use a tanning bed to tan… So when is the best time to tan while using this mixture? I usually like to shower then tan right before bed.

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  • Well you wouldn’t want to do it when you’re tanning obviously, so why not do it right before you tan? Or even in the morning after your shower, while you’re getting ready that way you can just rinse off your legs, moisturize and go :)

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  • Do I have to use Glycerin? Would is work with out it?

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  • You should use Glycerin and I haven’t tried it without so I can’t tell you if it will 110% work without it but you could always give it a shot and let me know how it works out for you :-)

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  • Hey! I’m very exited to try this. Like a lot of the comments i have read i don’t ever wear shorts cause of the cellulite i have on my thighs. I’m hoping this works in a reasonable amount of time cause summer is right smack in the middle. Thanks again for the great tips. And for posting this.

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  • My absolute pleasure! Let me know how it works for you :-)

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  • I have a question. Do you have any fast acting home remedies for acne scars?

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  • I sure do! Here is my DIY category for scars on my skincare site –> http://besskincare.com/diy-tips-and-tricks/scar-treatment

    Hope that helps :-)

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  • I just mixed this stuff up and I’m going to use it for the first time! I plan to use this frequently and will be sure to post my results!

    Also found the perfect container for this scrub… an empty Bath & Body Works candle! I knew I saved them for a reason :) I bet you could fit a few scrub recipes worth in one glass container!

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  • Boom! What a great idea!

    And definitely let me know how it works out for you :-)

    Happy scrubbing!

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  • So I just made this tonight and I couldn’t find any glycerin or jojoba oil. The closest thing I could find is mineral oil. Do you think that will work? I have all the other ingredients. I’m also doing a DIY wrap with a firming cream. Would doing both be over doing it? I figured since one was for cellulite and the other shrinks you that it should be fine. The wrap can be found on Pinterest which should only be done once a week to once a month. If you need jojoba oil or glycerin do you know if any big retailers carry it? I checked Target and they didn’t have it. Would CVS or Walgreens have it?

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  • Um I’m not sure about American stores as I’m Canadian (and currently living in Asia where they definitely don’t have those! lol) but I know you can get both of them on Amazon.com if you need to.

    Alternatively I found glycerin in my local pharmacy and you should be able to get jojoba in a health food or natural foods store :-)

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  • I only used half of what the recipe made. Can it be stored for the next use?

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  • You sure can! Just don’t wait too long between applications :)

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  • Wal-Mart has it in there haba area

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  • I LOVE the scrub, however I thought I’d be ‘smart’ and use Cling Saran Wrap and it didn’t stick. Does Saran Wrap actually stick and hold because I gave up on wrapping and just let it sit for 10 minutes?

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  • Yeah it stuck for me…did you wrap it tight enough??

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  • I’ll start the process today. I?ll keep ypu posted on the results. :) Hope this works! I have no over weight but my skin looks terrible.

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  • Sweet! Looking forward to hearing about your results :)

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  • I tried this for the first time tonight. I love the way it made my skin feel after. I probably shouldn’t have used it at 11 pm. I used a bold coffe and I’m zinging from caffeine. Will definitely be a great morning shower pick me up. Thank you for the recipe.

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  • Awesome! Glad you’re enjoying it!

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  • Shirley Camilleri January 22, 2014 7:18 am

    Not sure if it’s okay but I added a bit of peppermint mint extract. For a nice scent and fresh feeling. Think it wii affect the results…I wouldn’t think so but hey I know nothing….please advise. Lol

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  • Nah, you’ll be totally fine! I bet that smells awesome!

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  • you never mentioned about what the glycerin does. do we really need it?

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  • Glycerin has antimicrobial properties that help repair skin. It’s key for helping repair damaged, cellulite-ridden skin, so I would definitely include it.

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  • How do you use the vitamin e capsules? Do you cut them?

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  • Yep! All you have to do is cut them or squeeze the vitamin E out.

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  • Do you just scrub with your hands?

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  • You sure do!

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  • Do you have to use fresh coffee or is it the coffee grinds from say that mornings coffee?

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  • Yes, you need fresh coffee. You want the caffeine from the grounds!

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  • Here are the simple steps on How to Remove Cellulite the Natural Way :
    Using hair brush and rub gently into the cellulite is said to increase blood circulation . Later you can help get rid of wrinkled skin and released that is caused by cellulite. It is also very safe. There will be no side effects of this method , if done properly.
    Just make sure you do not press too much on the skin or else it will be inflamed . Make this routine several times a week or if you have some free time after using the hair brush .

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  • This sounds awesome. I am gonna start tonight and I hope it works for me. If and when I start noticing results when do I stop doing this or do I? If I reach my desired results do I use it on a weekly basis to maintain or not until I start getting cellulite back?
    Thanks

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  • I tried this last night and I am going to continue with it. If and when I start getting my desired results do I continue to do this treatment or do I stop?
    Thanks

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  • How did you like it? I would definitely keep it up, but maybe not as frequently. This will keep your skin looking tight and young for as long as possible!

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  • Had anyone posted a video of doing this or before n after shots?

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  • Sadly no before or after shots. Guess we dropped the ball on that one.

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