Eliminate cellulite with cold pressed coconut oil

Cellulite affects millions of women all over the world. It can make skin appear unpleasant and unattractive and is commonly found near around the hips, thighs and butt of women. Skin with cellulite underneath can look like cottage cheese with small dimples, which often results in low confidence levels. 
Cellulite is caused by toxins in your body, cellulite occurs when underlying fat deposits begin to push through layers of collagen fibers, or connective tissue, under the skin. Other factors for the development of cellulite include
•    age
•    estrogen
•    family history
•    tissue inflammation
•    increased fatty tissue caused by weight gain
•    loss of collagen
•    poor circulation (a common issue in the legs)
•    poor lymphatic drainage
•    thinning epidermis (outer layer of skin)


So, what benefits of cold pressed coconut oil ?

Anti-Cellulite & Firming

             

Cold pressed coconut oil is a body-friendly foodstuff that is heart-healthy, great for oral health, and other health benefits. Structurally, Cold pressed coconut oil is taken from coconut kernels. It's tasteless and colorless.  Some benefits of Coconut Oil for Skin Care  

Cold pressed coconut oil has been shown to play a role in hydrating and smoothing skin, which could help mask the dimples that are characteristic of cellulite. One study found cold pressed coconut oil to be as effective as mineral oil when used as a moisturizer.

Cold pressed coconut oil has also been shown to have healing effects on the skin. It works partly because it may boost collagen production in the skin. Collagen has a firming, tightening effect on skin tissue, which may reduce the appearance of cellulite. Collagen is a common ingredient in skin-firming creams and ointments.

Cold pressed coconut oil could help to tighten, firm, and moisturize the skin in areas where cellulite is a problem. It can be applied by itself directly to the skin through gentle massage, much like lotion or skin cream. Cold pressed coconut oil is known to enhance wound healing and dermatitis.

 

Prevention

"Cold pressed coconut oil" is highly emollient and can help keep skin hydrated. This may make it more elastic and less prone to stretch marks. Its lauric acid content also makes it easily absorbed deep into skin’s layers, where it may have a positive effect on collagen production. Use cold pressed coconut oil as a topical treatment, or try putting it in your bath to silken skin.

             

Healing

Cold pressed coconut oil has anti-inflammatory properties and may help reduce healing time for existing stretch marks. Its ability to hydrate skin deeply may also help reduce the itching associated with stretch marks.

 

Improves appearance

Cold pressed coconut oil can used to brighten the skin. You can try massaging it directly into your stretch marks to lighten them, or mix it with lemon juice prior to using.

 

Anti-Cellulite & Firming cream from Kalapa, we use cold pressed coconut oil in its purest form.

               

The cold press coconut oil process  to take fresh coconut flakes at a low temperature and extracting oil between rotating circular presses. it’s one of the best ways to retain coconut oil’s nutritive benefits.  The oil is unrefined and not deodorized, which is why is still has a pleasant coconut scent and taste.

Anti-Cellulite & Firming cream, the product that tightens and tone cellulite-prone areas, and reduces the unattractive orange-peel appearance on skin.