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Suffering with cellulite? Try this!
No one wants to face the problem of cellulite having its unsightly impact on their body.
And when the summer comes around, this condition can seem all the more of an issue when you want to look your best.
Previously hidden under work trousers or long skirts, those unwanted lumps can suddenly be on full display when we don our swimming costumes or bikinis and take to the beach.
And there's nothing worse than strolling down the sand, confidence sapped as you worry about the bumpy appearance of your thighs or buttocks! You want to be enjoying yourself in a relaxed way, after all.
You might find yourself wondering what has led to this unsightly bodily misbehaviour, and people have pondered that various things from what you eat to hormone levels might be linked to the condition.
But what you're really going to be focused on if you have a beach break coming up is what you can do about cellulite.
An exciting oil that could boost your confidence
If you're looking for a product that could potentially help you boost your confidence when you've been facing cellulite, we might just have the oil for you.
Praised in a variety of different publications, Fushi's Really Good Cellulite Oil has certainly won critical acclaim - will you be the next person to give it a great review?
As we explain on the product listing page, it can provide a helping hand when it comes to dealing with the appearance of the pesky condition that is cellulite.
The incredible ingredients inside include green coffee bean oil, vitamin E, wheat germ oil, gotu kola and grapefruit essential oil.
This fantastic product helps to promote skin that looks smoother - just what you need if you're planning to bare your thighs beside the sea!
It's simple to use and can be massaged into the place that cellulite is appearing twice a day over two weeks or once daily for an ongoing routine.
- The Great Pomegranate Seed Oil Hi Kianouche, Thank you for your message. I would recommend to mix pomegranate oil with Marula oil for what you are looking to treat. A few drops of antioxidant-rich Marula oil mixed with Pomegranate oil can boost efficacy and help restore your skin’s functions in perfect equilibrium. Long term use may visibly minimise pores, brighten the skin, protect it from the oxidative damage caused by pollution, tones down pigmentation and assists with scar tissue healing. Hope this helps :)
- The Great Pomegranate Seed Oil Hi I’ve bought some of your pomegranate oil, together with rosehip and marula oils. Which of the other two oils would be better to mix with pomegranate oil for mature skin with hyperpigmentation due to sun damage and sometimes prone to spots and milia when using rich moisturisers. Also, can I use pomegranate oil by itself or combined with either of the other two oils around my eyes
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