Cellulite can be fought and attenuated with the use of rosemary alcohol . There are endless products on the market that help to this end, but there are also home remedies that are just as effective. This condition occurs in the skin because the soft tissues become inflamed and circulation problems arrive. Those dimples known as orange peel begin to appear .

Rosemary alcohol benefits to eliminate cellulite

One of the most used tonics to reduce cellulite is rosemary alcohol , which is a recognized anti-inflammatory that is generally used to improve circulation, treat fluid retention and to provide relaxing massages. It is very natural and therefore provides elasticity to the skin and makes it stronger.

But do not think that by applying this alcohol only once you will have the desired results so quickly. It is important to be consistent and continue with the treatment continuously until you begin to see the results. Also, if you lead a sedentary lifestyle and poor diet, you should also change that immediately. Exercising has to be part of the routine as soon as possible to get rid of cellulite.

How to prepare rosemary alcohol at home

If you are making rosemary alcohol at home , find a fresh rosemary branch, with leaves and flowers, rubbing alcohol, and a glass container. The leaves are put in the jar, cut or whole. Then add the alcohol and the container should be covered for approximately 15 days. It is recommended that it be located in a dark place and that the bottle is also dark.

After the recommended two weeks, the alcohol is filtered with a strainer and the remaining liquid is the one that will serve to start applying it to the areas affected by cellulite . Before starting to use it, the skin must be exfoliated to ensure that the product will be fully absorbed. You can know these alternatives to exfoliate the skin .

How to apply it

Rosemary alcohol is placed with cotton balls. Massages should be done from the bottom up. The skin should be well wet with the liquid. Do not leave any space outside, remember the back of the legs, under the buttocks. Leave it to act for about ten minutes and then remove it with plenty of cold water.


If you want better results, you can apply moisturizer at the end of the procedure. Perseverance is the best companion when we start these types of treatments, so do not be discouraged when you do not see immediate results. Much patience and optimism. Surround yourself with people who seek your same goals to cheer you up when you feel bad. Let’s go ahead!

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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