Dr Oz 5-Day Cellulite Experiment: How To Get Rid of Cellulite
Are you tired of seeing Cellulite in the mirror? Dr Oz had a new 5-Day Cellulite Experiment to unveil, which he tried out on real viewers and fans of his show, thanks to three experts and their strategies. Check out a Cellulite Seaweed Scrub Recipe, get more Bromelain, or experiment with Cellulite Suction Massage.
Dr Oz: At Home Cellulite Seaweed Scrub Recipe
Dermatologist Dr Jeanette Graf said that her remedy focused on exfoliation and stimulation for microcirculation, to promote fat drainage. She said her secret ingredient is Seaweed. Seaweed Creams can be pricy at spas or salons, but you can make them yourself for just about $5.
Viewer Indira tried this solution for five nights, and she liked the exfoliation. She would do this again to get ready for her summer wardrobe. Dr Graf said you can use this as long as you like, and it’s good to massage into dry skin.
- 1/4 cup Olive Oil
- 3 tbsp ground Seaweed (Seaweed Powder)
- 1/4 cup Sea Salt
- 1 drop Essential Oil (try Lemongrass Oil)
- Combine ingredients. Store in a mason jar.
- Massage on cellulite before taking a shower.
Dr Oz: Bromelain Pineapple Foods for Smooth Skin
What would a nutritionist suggest for Cellulite? Carolyn Brown, a registered dietitian, said that sugar is going to make Cellulite worse, expanding fat cells. Instead, you could add more Pineapple to your diet, which contains Bromelain, which makes skin appear smoother and tricks fat cells into releasing their stored fat.
Jill tried this suggestion, eating 1/2 cup Pineapple three times per over five days. It can be eaten as a side, mixed into cottage cheese, or tossed with cucumber, lemon juice, and chili powder in a salad. Before and after pictures showed noticeable results.
Brown said you can take 500 mg Bromelain over a two-week period if you want to get it in supplement form, and it never hurts to drink more water.
Dr Oz: Endermologie Review
Plastic surgeon Dr Haideh Hirmand had a medical solution for treating the appearance of Cellulite, which she told Dr Oz is a common complaint among patients. She said that Endermologie is a special type of suction massage that plumps skin and improves lymphatic drainage, with near-instant results. However, the cost is $100-400, and the results may only last for a few days.
Dr Oz: Cellulite Suction Massage At Home
There is a more affordable solution that also provides handheld suction massage. These products can be found online and provide similar effects for a fraction of the price. Five to 10 minutes of circular motion can improve circulation, plumping skin and releasing fluid from fat cells.
Viewer Alejandra tried this at home, and she said it not hard, but it was a lot of work. She did say she was happy with the results and it would make her brave enough to wear shorts this summer. Dr Hirmand said you need to ensure that the product has a suction or vacuum technique.