First, I must start off with this: You are beautiful. Know that to be the truth. We are ever-growing beings who are constantly changing, and we must know that there is not one part of any one of us that ever needs to be “fixed.” That includes any non-smoothness that may appear on any of our physical selves – namely, the thighs.
I truly mean that, and I really do believe it. I also believe that we are all entitled to a confidence boost whenever it feels right, to us. If we can smooth out those lovely legs of ours in a way that is natural, in a way that nourishes the body and improves its functions while also making us feel as beautiful as we deserve to feel, we should absolutely go for it.
Those cute little thigh and butt dimples we know and love… are really nothing more than fat deposits beneath the skin. They’re totally natural and totally normal, and while there’s no miracle treatment that will make them disappear overnight, there are certainly ways to noticeably smooth them out. It’s all about moisturizing the skin and getting blood circulating around the area, as well as throughout the whole body. Dry brushing is an excellent way to help with circulation, so I’d recommend doing that every day in addition to this treatment. The benefits of dry brushing go way past the smoothing of the skin, too. Oh, and always be sure to drink plenty of water. :)
2 ounces jojoba oil
½ ounce sea buckthorn seed oil
10 drops juniper berry essential oil
10 drops grapefruit essential oil
Here’s a breakdown of the benefits:
To make, mix all ingredients in a small bowl, then transfer to a 3-4 ounce glass bottle. One with a dropper top is excellent, but a screw top will work perfectly, too.
To use, rub a generous amount between fingertips and massage into your skin. The massaging action alone will help the cause, improving circulation and soothing the soul as you go along. The scent is absolutely incredible.
For best results, use morning and night. I would imagine this would work best after taking a shower, while dry brushing should always be done before.
This will remain good to use as long as your ingredients are still fresh, so just check the expiration dates of your oils if you want to know how long this treatment will last.
A huge shoutout to my girl Anne for sharing this recipe with me!
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