Start with a dropperful, using upward motions massage into skin starting at the feet working your way up toward the thighs and hips, focusing on the things and areas with visible veins and cellulite. Use it once daily for three to four weeks then three to four times per week as part of your ongoing wellness routine.
Can be used with other healing modalities such as dry brushing and hydrotherapy. Leading beauty magazines agree that potential health-related benefits of dry or manual massaging with a treatment includes a stronger immune system and improved blood flow and circulation.
Dry brushing strengthens the skin pores through which the skin is moisturized and cleansed, and oxygen and CO2 are exchanged. Aging and devitalized skin results in pore-enlargement and flaccidity due to loss of skin tone. The gentle stretching of connective tissue by dry-brushing helps to increase and regenerate the production of collagen and elastin fibers. The dermis provides nutrients and moisture to all the skin layers and lends contour and flexibility. When the dermis ages, its connective tissue fibers reduce, rigidify, and lose resilience, causing the skin's support muscles to lose tone and volume and the skin to dehydrate and collapse into sags, wrinkles and lines.