3 ways to hide “lumpy legs”
According to the American Journal of Dermatology 90% of women suffer with “lumpy legs”…
I’m talking about cellulite 🙁
Dimples on the butt, thighs and hips
It’s completely normal, yet these lumps and bumps can cause many women to feel embarrassed and be ashamed of their legs. So…
Rather than cover your legs up for eternity I wanted to give you 3 simple ways to hide that pesky “orange peel” skin…
This is a simple fix that many women use to reduce the appearance of cellulite and it works well because cellulite is more visible on lighter skin than it is on dark skin. However, I recommend self tanning over sunbathing because overtime the UV rays can actually weaken your skin making it less resilient, which can actually make cellulite even worse.
The idea here is boost blood flow to the hips, thighs and butt which will help get rid of toxins and reduce extra fluid that may be stored in the area causing cellulite to look worse. You can use a dry brush to massage the affected skin easily enough, but just be warned that this is a short-term fix and the effects will fade after a number of hours.
3) Toning Exercises
One of the most effective ways to hide cellulite is to tone up the muscles in your legs, hips and butt. Unfortunately…
Traditional toning exercises only focus on 2-dimensional movements, which neglect many muscle fibres and in order to reverse cellulite fully you need to be much smarter with your exercise routine.
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