Coenzyme Q10 is an antioxidant that is naturally produced in the body. The natural component is present in every cell in the human body and actively works to keep the skin firm. Aging and stress can reduce the levels of Q10 in the body, but it can be supplemented with skin care products and vitamins. Q10 can increase the growth of collagen and elastin in the skin, and this can help to reduce the appearance of cellulite.
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Choose the right a lotion to suit your needs. Products containing coenzyme Q10 are most effective against cellulite when the product also contains natural ingredients such as vitamins, plant oils and active honey.
Put on the exfoliating glove and rub the areas affected by cellulite in small circular motions. Cellulite occurs when small fat cells are deposited under the surface of the skin; massaging the area with an exfoliating glove helps to break down these fat deposits and reduces the lumpy appearance. Furthermore, stimulating the area removes the surface layer of dead skin cells, making the skin feel smoother and increasing absorbency while allowing the lotion to soak in.
Apply the lotion directly to the problem area in circular motions and allow it to sink into the skin. The natural levels of Q10 in the body can be enriched through the use of body lotions containing the component. Users of the moisturizers and lotions containing Q10 claim to see cellulite reduced within two weeks.
Repeat the application of the lotion twice daily, both morning and night. Users of lotion containing Q10 claim that combining the lotion with a healthy diet and regular exercise helps to reduce the amount of time it takes to see results.
Drinking water regularly helps to flush out toxins in the body that may cause cellulite.
References and ResourcesCellulites.net: Q10 Breakdowns Cellulite
How to Rid Cellulite: Using Q10
Nivea: Lotions Containing Q10