Castor Oil Cellulite Treatment

Castor Oil Cellulite Treatment


IAMA Castor Oil (15 drops)
Natural Bristle Dry Brush
5 drops Ginger Essential Oil / Grapefruit Essential Oil (we recommend Doterra)



Start with dry, unshowered skin. Take your natural bristle dry brushing tool and gently brush your skin in long, upward strokes towards your heart.

Focus on areas prone to cellulite, such as your thighs, buttocks, and hips. Apply light to medium pressure, being careful not to irritate the skin.

After dry brushing, take a small amount of castor oil (about 1-2 tablespoons) and massage it directly onto the skin using circular motions.

Once the castor oil has been absorbed, you can hop in the shower and rinse off any excess oil. Pat your skin dry.

How often?

Repeat this dry brushing and castor oil routine 2-3 times per week for at least 4 weeks for smoother, cellulite free skin.  Adjust the pressure and frequency as needed based on your skin's sensitivity.

For the geek in you:

  • The combination of dry brushing and castor oil works to stimulate lymphatic drainage, increase blood circulation, and break down the appearance of stubborn cellulite.

  • Ginger oil is a natural vasodilator, meaning it helps dilate blood vessels and improve circulation. This increased blood flow can help flush out toxins and deliver more nutrients to the skin, aiding in the breakdown of cellulite.

  • Dry brushing exfoliates and helps mobilize trapped toxins and fluids, while the castor oil deeply penetrates the skin to nourish and hydrate. 


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