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While I am on a mission to change my body I though I would mention a couple of ways to help get rid of cellulite, as nobody got time for that. I am currently working on toning up my stomach and bum but main area is my thighs. I thankfully don't have really bad cellulite but I can see the start of it showing on my thighs so this needs to change! and ASAP. There are a few things that can help so I thought I would mention these. 

Use a Body Massager 
I have read a lot about using body massagers and I personally love using one because it helps stimulate the blood flow. My favourite body massager is the Champneys Cellulite Body Massager which I purchased from Boot's for £8.00

Use an Exfoliator
The reason for using an exfoliator is because it will  help to break up the fatty deposits as you massage it into your skin. If you purchase an exfoliator with caffeine in it will help to tighten up the skin and if you purchase one with avocado oil in it will hydrate and plump you skin, so bare that in mind when choosing one. 

Use a Serum
This is my favourite step, as I like to personally try out loads of different products to find out what works best for me. When used daily you can blast cellulite as the ultra concentrated formula with L-Carnitine, lotus leaf extract and coenzyme Q10 helps reduce the signs of dimpling in as little of 10 days but you do have to bare with it and in time you will start to notice a difference. My personal favourites are the Soap & Glory Sit Tight Super-Intense £18.00 and Nivea Q10 Plus Goodbye Cellulite Gel-Cream £10.89

Use a Self Tan
Lastly you can minimise the appearance of cellulite by using a self tanner to camouflage lumpy skin. So if you planning a night out out a if you need a quick fix this is always your best options and I always personally feel 100x betters with a tan, my favourite tan which I always turn to is St. Tropez Self Tan Bronzing Spray, £20.50 from Boot's, this always leaves my streak free and is easy to apply. 

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