Does Pine Oil Reduce Cellulite?

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Pine oil does not reduce cellulite, but it is a great oil for the skin to be used during a massage or to rub on muscles to relax them. Use pine oil on the skin, but eliminate cellulite through exercise and diet, with helpful information from a nutrition consultant and clinical herbalist in this free video on alternative medicine.

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Hi my name is Charlotte Skiles. I am a nutrition consultant and clinical herbalist with Eat in Peace Wellness Consulting located in Austin, Texas. And today's question is does pine oil reduce cellulite? Now in my personal opinion, my answer would be no. There are no remedies to reduce cellulite other than taking good care of yourself and reducing your body fat through appropriate diet, lifestyle and exercise. So there are no magical remedies. Pine oil is a fantastic oil that can certainly be used on the skin to promote a certain healthy there, but as far as reducing cellulite, that's just not going to be one of it's properties. And once again this is in my professional opinion. But pine oil can be nice and invigorating to smell and it certainly has an inclination to be used on muscles to relax them so it can be great to be used during a massage diluted in another massage oil. But once again, cellulite is strictly just fat deposits showing themselves through the skin. So if you're concerned about the amount of cellulite, once again you want to be concerned about overall health and of course the elasticity and health of your skin. Which is also, I mean our skin is our internal world reflecting itself externally so if problems consistently show up there, you want to look at what you're putting into your body. And theoretically speaking, we shouldn't put anything on our body that we wouldn't eat and a lot of people miss out on that conversation. So does pine oil reduce cellulite? No, but it has a lot of other benefits that can be explored.


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