Niamh Hislop, from Peninsula Endermologie, is here to share some more tips to help you get rid of your cellulite naturally. So far she’s advised on staying well-hydrated; eating a clean, nutritious diet; and limiting caffeine, alcohol and smoking.
Her next recommendation is to exercise regularly. Cellulite is most commonly formed when the fat cells in our skin increase in size and put pressure on weakened connective tissues in our skin. Therefore, reducing the size of those fat cells in favour of building muscle will often help reduce the appearance of cellulite.
Scheduling a gym session or a brisk walk at least a few times a week is a wonderful way to start. Weight training is vital for all women, not just for its long-lasting calorie-burning effects, but also for bone health and overall strength. Also, if you’ve got a trampoline at home, rebounding is one of the best exercises you can do to stimulate your lymphatic circulation.
Niamh is passionate about helping you achieve your body goals in a natural, healthy way, so call her to discuss how she can help you.
PENINSULA ENDERMOLOGIE WELLNESS CENTRE & CELLULITE SOLUTIONS
A: 120 Humphries Rd, Mount Eliza
M: 0434 946 209