Ever since mentioning I use a cellulite massager to reduce the appearance of my cellulite, I have been getting several messages a week asking how I use it. Today I’m sharing the cellulite reduction tool I own and how I use it.
How To Reduce the Appearance of Cellulite
I started noticing cellulite on the back of my legs in high school. At the time I didn’t notice it on others so I thought I just had bad luck. As I’ve gotten older I hear almost all my friends noticing (or complaining about) their cellulite. No matter how much I have worked out, or even when I ate a super clean diet leading up to my wedding, I could never get rid of the dimples on the back of my legs. Last year I had heard of the “fascia blaster” tools that women were using to transform their “problem areas”. I was very curious, but the one that was advertised on Facebook was $90. Since I didn’t know anyone with first hand experience, I didn’t want to purchase it. Then I found something on Amazon that seemed to follow the same technique and was under $10!!
Enter: The Cellulite Massager
This is the cellulite massager I have been using for over a year. There are a lot of YouTube videos demonstrating how to use it, but for me there is no magic technique – just elbow grease. I rigorously rub the cellulite massager over the back of my legs every time I shower. I use a shower oil to help it glide more smoothly.
WARNING! Expect bruising.
As the saying goes, “no pain, no gain”. I wouldn’t say this process is painful but if you do it right you will INITIALLY have bruising in the area you rigorously rubbed with the cellulite massager. The first time I used this tool to try and diminish the appearance of my cellulite was before a trip to Puerto Rico in 2017. It took almost 2 weeks for the bruising to clear.
This is not a cure.
I still have cellulite. It is just much less obvious than it was a year and a half ago. It is important to keep up with using this regularly so the initial bruising doesn’t come back (if you take a long absence). I didn’t take before photos but I would say my rear dimples are about 70% less obvious than they were prior to using this cellulite reduction method.
I also use this on my face!
I was starting to notice saggy jowls as I eased into my late 30’s. Fun is!! In the shower I rigorously rub this cellulite massager under my cheekbone – angling between my ear and the corner of my mouth. It has helped minimize my gorgeous jowls and given me more definition under my cheekbones. I have also tried using it on my sagging neck skin was well but I haven’t noticed any changes in that area.
Have you tried it?
I know a lot of you purchased this when I mentioned it on Facebook and Instagram. Did you keep up with using it? Did you have similar results? Drop a comment below – I’d love to hear how it worked for you!!!