If the eyes are the window to the soul, then skin is the window to your health. When your system contains toxins, they eventually work their way to appear through the skin, the body’s largest organ. Commonplace concerns like cellulite affect nine out of ten women, as most people experience a build up of fat cell storage, which the body then doesn’t burn off as energy like it once used to. Circulation and lymphatic drainage slow down, while excess fluid and toxins build up and the skin’s connective tissue becomes distorted, hence that slightly puckered effect.
Hormonal influences – from puberty, contraceptives, pregnancy and menopause – play a huge role in the production of cellulite. And while there is very little anyone can do to totally prevent it, there are tips, treatments and anti-cellulite products that will help.
The Cellutox Active Body Concentrate body oil uses a powerful combination of seabuckthorn, sea fennel, lemon and juniper to detox the system, while Cellutox Herbal Bath Synergy helps prevent the build up of toxins and breaks down existing cellulite. Using a firming cream will alleviate that dimpling effect and keep skin smooth and soft.