Dr Oz: Ashwagandha Cream, Retinol & Oregano Oil Cellulite Massage

Dr Oz: Anti-Aging Skin Products

Dr Oz spent this hour explaining some of his best ideas and products to help you turn back the hands of time on your skin, including topical Vitamin C, Tomato Paste for Collagen, new Phytoceramides and more. Next, he covered creams and other products you can use to reduce cellulite, including Ashwagandha Cream.

Dr Oz: Ashwagandha Cream Review

Dr Oz said that the effects of cellulite remedies are usually only temporary, but they are inexpensive and you can find one that’s right for you. For example, creams with Ginseng can be effective.

Specifically, Dr Oz talked about a form of Indian Ginseng called Ashwagandha Cream, which contains a collagen protecting phytochemical to prevent damage. You just have to massage Ashwagandha Cream into the skin about twice per day, and you will see results after about a month.

Dr Oz: Retinol Cream Cellulite

Dr Oz: Ashwagandha Cream, Retinol & Oregano Oil Cellulite Massage

Dr Oz talked about cellulite products to try at home, such as Retinol Cream, Ashwagandha Cream, and the Oregano Oil Cellulite Massage for great results.

We know that Retinol Cream is great for facial skin care. But did you know it could work on your legs as well? Dr Oz said that is where it can stimulate production of more collagen and help the body rebuild thicker skin to make collagen more stable.

Dr Oz’s suggestion was a 0.4 Retinol solution, applied one to three times per day. That sounds easy enough.

Dr Oz: Cellulite Massage with Oregano Oil

Doctor Oz talked about the Power Facial Cleanser that can help beautify your skin. But this is another type of product. The Cellulite Massager creates friction on the skin and massages the fluid out of collagen to reduce its thickness.

You can improve the effectiveness by applying Oregano Oil to your massage routine, which will help increase circulation and soften connective tissue during the massage process.

Which one of these cellulite solutions are you most likely to explore? We always love to hear from people about how the products actually work, so be sure to share your comments and stories.

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3 Comments

  • Cynthia Letsch

    Many web sites contain warnings that oregano oil should be diluted with some other oil, like olive oil, before being used on the skin, because it is very strong and can cause a rash. The bottle I purchased says, “for internal use only.” Did I miss the direction to dilute it?

     
    • It sounds like you’ve uncovered some interesting questions. I don’t think Dr Oz mentioned anything about needing to dilute the oregano oil, but I would definitely raise an eyebrow about the warning label on your bottle. Please share if you learn anything else. Hopefully others can shed light on this as well.

       
  • Oregano oil is also expensive. A quick look on vitacost has it at around $13.00 and up for just an ounce. If you have a lot of cellulite this might get expensive. Also, I read that some people can have allergic reactions to plants in the Lamiaceae family, which this is in. There are other essential oils that might be less expensive and do about the same thing, such as lemongrass, though oregano is a very powerful. If used, I would also dilute it with a carrier oil such as castor oil, which is a wonderful detoxing oil for the skin as well.

    I use a dry skin brush on my legs, though I would be willing to try the massager as I like the idea as well.

     
 

 

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