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This unique formula contains a potent blend of natural anti-cellulite ingredients that can reduce cellulite and leave your skin looking and feeling smoother.
Fancy a cuppa! We’ve all heard the rumour that rubbing coffee on to cellulite can reduce it but is it just an urban myth?
The fact of the matter is that coffee, particularly coffee oil which contains the concentrated active ingredients, when applied to cellulite can reduce cellulite significantly by increasing lypolysis (breaking down of fat).
Originally known as “the forbidden fruit”, it wasn’t until the 1800′s that a Jamaican farmer called the fruit “grapefruit” for the grape-like cluster in which it grows on trees.
The therapeutic qualities of grapefruit oil come from the d-limonene, which is not found in any other citrus fruit.
Grapefruit oil is a powerful cellulite crusher that reduces fluid retention and helps the body flush out the free radicals that create cellulite.
Extracted from the seeds of wild rose bushes predominately from Chile, rosehip oil is rich in topical trans-retinoic acid (vitamin A).
Research published in the Journal of Dermatological Science reported that treatment with retinoic acid restored the elastic fibres that keep skin taut.
Coconut oil increases the lymphatic flow of the body and reduces the formation of cellulite.
Juniper oil, cinnamon oil, ginger oil and rosemary oil stimulate blood flow thereby reducing cellulite.
“Like you I’m not perfect, I’m myself warts and all.
But I embrace my true nature and stand firm and stand tall.
I glide with pure grace and I march on a mission.
For I was sent here to tell you that you’re all in transition.
It may not feel easy, feels like life is a bitch.
But it’ll be made so much easier if you embrace your inner witch.”
Budding witches would do well to get on Instagram in particular and connect with their fellow Insta Witches. “Sharing their idiosyncratic stories and lifestyles adds to our spectrum of understanding of what it can feel like to be a woman and a witch.”