Argan oil mask for cellulite

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Argan oil can reach all provide nutrients needed by your skin. That is why you just have to use it in this homemade mask for cellulite, where it comes together with elements such as yogurt and aloe vera.

Without any doubt, argan oil is one of the best natural tools you have at hand to combat any imperfections that you have on the skin. It is quite costly, economically speaking, but can offer more than interesting returns. Comes from the argan tree found only in North Africa and the fruits are picked by hand and oil processing is done in the traditional way.

This oil is often used with great success for people who have impaired healing, moisturizing and more. In fact, it is one of the oils used against the splines. For the same purpose, you can use it to fight cellulite, which is usually one of the most common problems for people who are overweight. If you have it on hand or you want to try it, try not to let this homemade mask.


Two tablespoons argan oil.
Four tablespoons of natural yogurt (without sugar or flavor)
A stalk of aloe vera or aloe vera

Place in a bowl the yogurt. Meanwhile, peel the stem of aloe vera, removing the skin and bones and keeping only the pulp. Machacala well until it is silky and attach it to yogurt. Finally, add the argan oil. If you want an extra dose of vitality and properties for your skin, a capsule of vitamin E will not come anything wrong.

When applying, rub well the first affected by cellulite with a mitt area. Once the skin is red, apply this mask, massaging circular well. Leave it on for about 20 minutes and then remove with cold water. Repeat this application at least two or three times a week. You will see that the properties of all these ingredients can do much to reach in eradicating the dreaded “orange peel”.

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