3 Ways to Increase Collagen Production in the Skin to Naturally Fight Cellulite

October 03, 2018

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Cellulite is something that plagues woman of all ages, and if you have no idea what we’re talking about, then you’re one of the lucky ones!

Cellulite is a dimpled appearance in the skin, a result of an imbalance between the connective tissue and fat in a person’s body. Many people think cellulite only appears if you are overweight, the truth is you can suffer with it even if you are a size 0!

Cellulite can be caused by many different factors, including hormones, poor diet, lifestyle and good old genetics…  thanks Mom!

At the end of the day, you aren’t alone if cellulite gets you down, millions of women have it and we promise that it’s never as bad as you think!

In this article, we’ll talk about just three ways you can naturally boost collagen and reduce cellulite so you can enjoy smoother and healthier skin!


Dry brushing

We cannot talk about the benefits of dry brushing enough!

Dry brushing helps to stimulate blood and lymph flow, which helps to promote the formation of collagen for a plumper, tauter skin. Improved lymph flow is also excellent for your health and will help your body be better able to eliminate toxins.

Dry brushing should be done once or twice a day on dry skin, before getting in the shower or tub.

Always brush in long strokes towards your heart, start at your feet and work your way upwards. Avoid a back and forth motion and use gentle circular motions to really get things going!

Using proven natural ingredients

There’s certain ingredients that are tried and tested when it comes to cellulite, such as Vitamins A and E to boost collagen, caffeine to tighten and reduce the dimpled appearance  and Gotu Kola to detoxify, replenishing moisture and boost skin cell renewal.

Well, good news ladies! You can find all these ingredients and more in our delectably luxurious Butter Your Muffin Anti-Cellulite Body Cream!

Butter Your Muffin Organic Anti Cellulite Body Cream


Cutting out foods that contribute to cellulite

This one is tricky, because how can you not indulge in a slice of the good stuff every now and again?

While there are an array of foods that can contribute to cellulite, sugar and dairy are two of the worst. They’re not great for your health either.

Limit dairy and sugar consumption where you can (everything in moderation after all!) and try experimenting with healthy substitutions. We promise you won’t believe this delicious confection is dairy and sugar free!

By dry brushing, applying our anti-cellulite cream and eating healthy foods on a daily basis, you will start to see your skin smooth out and your cellulite melt away!



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