Nemanja Glumac

Skin Expert Reveals 2 Kitchen Ingredients To Clear Cellulite

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Guys, I hate to break it to you, but summer is nearly three months away — three.

Don't panic yet, though. There's still time for a gym membership and a crash diet or two to get your bod' back into shape by the time swimsuit season arrives.

Deep breaths, deep breaths.

Skin therapist, Nataliya Robinson, talked to MailOnline about a cellulite-beating combination, and it seems like it's worth a try.

She said that mixing bicarbonate of soda and Manuka honey together will create a mask that'll help sooth the lumps on your skin caused by cellulite.

To properly mix the scrub, Robinson said you'll first need to take one teaspoon of honey and mix it with one teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda inside a container.

Then, dilute it with some water and voila — you have yourself a homemade cellulite-buster!

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Robinson discussed the miraculous mask and said,

Honey is a natural ingredient that will decongest the skin and reduce the appearance of the cellulite without overloading the body with toxins and chemicals that are found in ordinary skincare.
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Once the mask is made, all you need to do is massage your problem areas for two or three minutes each until they become smooth.

Then, you'll need to apply pure honey to the areas and "slap" them for about four to seven minutes.

Robinson referred to the honey's use and stated,

Massaging the legs with honey will improve the blood circulation and promote lymphatic flow. The soda will naturally exfoliate the skin, whilst the honey will moisturize the skin on the body. Just be careful to not overdo it, as it can cause broken capillaries if you apply too much pressure

Seems easy enough, right?

If you don't already have them, be sure to pick up the ingredients from your grocery store. I'm sure your cellulite will be gone in no time.

Citations: The two surprising ingredients that will beat cellulite in SECONDS (and you'll find them both in your kitchen cupboard) (MailOnline)