Cellulite Massager

A cellulite massager can be incredibly powerful. 

Massage for Cellulite

When many of us think of massage for cellulite, many of us think of an intense pummeling massage. 

Recent research suggests this isn't likely a good idea. 

While a professional massage therapist may be able to use the right amount of force to massage in this way, most of us pinch and pummel too forcefully or use the wrong motions. 

Using poor massage techniques can actually damage the septa, which needs to be repaired. Harsh movements can also damage the lymph, causing further stagnation. 

Good massage techniques can work well with exercises for cellulite

Cellulite Massagers

The Right Kind of Cellulite Massager Can Be Helpful

According to Chinese researchers, when the body is massaged, the temperature of the skin increases. 

This widens the gaps between the cells of the body, allowing the lymph to flow more easily. 

So what is the right kind of massage for cellulite? 

The most beneficial is called manual lymph drainage and uses a mixture of long gentle strokes with pulsing techniques to focus on stimulating the flow of lymph. 

Full manual drainage must always be carried out by a specialist or the lymphatic system can be damaged. 

Ask your health care professional for recommendations for finding a cellulite massager in your area. 

However, you can carry out a very gentle form of lymph massage yourself. 

Make sure and keep your strokes long and gentle, so that you don't cause any damage to your septa or lymph. 

Long Gentle Strokes and Manual Lymph Drainage


Start on your legs, with long gentle strokes from the ankles, moving upwards towards the knees. 

Work both the front and back of the leg. 

Then move up to the thighs, with long strokes front and back towards the groin. 


Work around the arms upwards from wrists to elbows. 

Now massage the upper arms towards the armpits. 

Upper Body 

Next, massage your upper torso with the same long strokes. 

Massage outwards and either upwards or downwards towards the armpits. 

If a cellulite massager is massaging your back, they should direct the strokes on the upper back and shoulder blades towards your armpits. The neck strokes should go towards the ears. 

Lower Abdomen 

Work the lower abdomen last. The area under your naval should be massaged towards the groin. 

If a cellulite massager is massaging your back, then the strokes should go upwards and around the hips. 

Oils for Cellulite Massage

Massage, bathing, and inhalation are the most effective ways of using oils when it comes to fighting cellulite. 

Massage and Oils 

Massage and oils can work together reducing cellulite causes

By applying essential oils directly to the skin through massage, you can concentrate the power of the oil in the area you most want to treat. 

In the case of fighting cellulite, it's the hips, thighs, and buttocks. 

However, essential oils shouldn't be used neat on the skin because they can cause irritation or even be toxic. Instead, mix with the carrier oil first, which will carry the essential oil safely on the skin. 

There are a whole lot of carrier oils on the market, but grapeseed oil is particularly suited to fighting cellulite because it contains high levels of antioxidants that strengthen the skin.

After you have mixed the oil, use a small palm full to massage each leg, using long sweeping motions up towards the groin. 

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