Try These Natural Remedies
Cellulites is a common but serious bacterial infection of the deeper layers of the skin where the skin is damaged due to cut, scrape, insect bite or ulcer. It may also occur on area where the skin is breaking down due to eczema, psoriasis or a fungal infection.
Have a look at these home remedies to treat cellulites, but along with these it is also important to take the medication prescribed by your doctor for the treatment.
• Tea tree oil –
Tea tree oil or Melaleuca oil is well known for its potent antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties. It is widely used in a range of cosmetics and also to treat skin infections.
Soak a cotton swab in water and pour two drops of tea tree essential oil on it. Dab it on the site of infection and leave it on for a few hours before washing it away.
• Coconut oil –
This oil is loaded with antiseptic properties and contains medium-chain fatty acids, particularly lauric acid which helps fight bacteria. Apply coconut oil on the affected area using your fingers. Reapply several times a day and continue until the problem is solved.
• Calendula –
Calendula flower water decoction is used to treat various skin conditions that are caused by bacteria. It has a soothing effect on inflamed skin and fights infection.
Steep about two teaspoons of calendula flowers in a cup of hot water for 10 minutes. Dip a clean cloth in this and apply it to the affected area. Leave it on for 15 to 20 minutes. Repeat this 4 to 5 times a week.
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