Sea Salt: The Natural Fight Against Cellulite
Scientists say life originated in the ocean. They’ve already proved seafood helps woman look more attractive and solves many health and beauty related problems, such as cellulite and stress.
Sea salt is rich in calcium, magnesium, iodine and iron. It does not dry skin, but rather has a positive effect on the epidermis. Most importantly, it fights against cellulite.
To use sea salt as a warrior against cellulite, take a salt bath and massage the problem areas. The sea salt will tone and smooth the skin.
Preparing a Sea Salt Bath
It’s easy to prepare a salt bath. First, the water temperature should not exceed 37 degrees Celsius. Add about 300 grams sea salt to the water. Soak in the water for no longer than 10-15 minutes.
Arrange regular salt baths 1-2 times a week, and you will calm and tone your skin in the process. If you have no time to take bath, apply a sea salt and scrub with a puff or wash cloth.
Making Your Own Salt Scrub
The salt scrub can easily be made at home.
You will need 1 cup sea salt (purchase it in a drugstore), 2 teaspoons aromatic oil (lavender, peach, patchouli or rosemary) and 2 teaspoons olive oil. Mix all ingredients in a small bowl to obtain smooth paste. Set aside for 20 minutes to allow it to infuse. Stir again and begin to massage it into your skin. Start with feet and move up. Apply anti-cellulite cream after procedure.