CELLULITE : Do Creams Work ?

This is the shortest post ever…….. NO !

Let me expand

I have never believed that rubbing chemically laden product into toxic cells really worked. More toxins on toxins ? If anything, can further compound the issue and force the cells to have to work harder to expunge more chemical waste.

I am very careful about using chemical products on my body where I rarely see the benefits. I can recommend daily body brushing before your shower to boost the circulation and cold water on the area for the same reason. Any benefit from applying product is normally from the consistent massage but instead of splurging on expensive product selling you hopes and dreams the same benefit can be gained from organic ,virgin cold pressed sesame or coconut oil.

One of my rituals each morning is to massage organic sesame oil into my body paying particular attention to thighs, elbows and knees.Really squeezing the toxins out you can actually hear any fluid in the cells popping. On hair washing days I also massage into my hair. Leaving it to sink in as I do my morning meditation and gratitude prayer. After rinsing in the shower you are left with silky glowing skin . Not only does this aid smooth skin but also it is a beautiful ritual to thank your body for all it does for you. It is very easy to do for yourself. Although I use organic coconut oil for everything ( even cleaning my house!!) I prefer to use the sesame oil so I don’t smell like a coconut all day. Both are far cheaper than the chemically laden expensive cellulite creams that really don’t work and can actually exacerbate the condition. The power is in circulation and massage.

I am in my fifties and I really don’t have a problem with cellulite (although we all have a bit) after following this regular regime combined with daily yoga……oh and of course a good diet and cutting down on processed food. Back to those chemicals again that don’t belong in the body !

So Ladies I hope this helps build your army in the battle against cellulite.

Jojo xx

50+ Thighs !
Selling the Cellulite Program


These are actually 6 beauty techs that I cannot live without .

From top left clockwise


I always leave this in the fridge and roll it over my face and neck first thing in the morning. it not only wakes you up but firms and tones the skin and provides lymphatic drainage. Low tech but effective. Mine is White lotus at cultbeauty.co.uk £42.99 this is a luxury grade quartz.


This tool is very good for fine lines, sun damage and visible pores. The diamond head exfoliates while the suction stimulates the skin and removes the dead skin cells. Products are absorbed better after. a useful tool particularly for lip lines but be warned use on the lowest setting to avoid bruising. a korean product who are world leaders in beauty technology. Amazon.co.uk £27.99


Great for face and body. I would not say the hair removal is permanent but it certainly slows hair regrowth. FDA approved. Beats endless trips to the salon , who has the time. current body.com £375


For use over the face to speed up absorption of serums and creams and enable a deeper penetration. also plumps skin and collagen production. This is not a new gadget it has been around for over 50 years ! There are body ones too to combat cellulite but the jury is out on this one. Beauty ORA do both facial and body ones in lovely bright colours m.skinstore.com


Of course this is not a salon grade Caci machine. But as you have one at home you can use it more regularly. This has amazing results. In fact after doing one side of my face I can see a visible lifting compared to the other side. You have to purchase the serum filled cotton buds.Love this. caci-microlift.co.uk electrobuds £34.99


This SpectraLite tech mask has LED blue and red lights blue for acne and red for fine lines and wrinkles. Leaves a visible glow to the skin (even with the mask off. Lol) and really does reduce fine lines. All in 3 minutes a day. But you do have to use it EVERY day to get the full effect. Can be very scary for friends and family ! I used to go to the Light Clinic in Harvey Nichols twice a week for this treatment so it has already paid for itself. HarveyNichols £430