Subscribe to Women’s Home Remedies Subscribe to Women’s Home Remedies's comments
Daily exercise and a diet low in fat should help reduce cellulite.

Massage the affected area with a body brush to help exfoliate and renew the skin.

Cellulite Home Remedies

Although cellulite is a skin problem that can affect every sex and every age group, women are affected most by the problem.  For women suffering from cellulite, it is unattractive.  The bulging, pitted dimpled and wrinkled skin on the buttocks, abdomen, thighs, and hips is just not desiring.  Aside from being unattractive, cellulite can cause a feeling of tightness, tenderness, and sagging.  The reason for women being mostly affected by cellulite is due to the female hormones Progesterone and Estrogen.

Other factors such as smoking, pregnancy, stress, lack of exercise, obesity and genetics also contribute to the condition. When cellulite does begin to occur, remedy it immediately to avoid severe cases.  There are many home remedies in which you can engage and among them are the following.

Cellulite Home Remedies:

Each morning drink an 8 ounce glass of water with two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar mixed in.  To avoid the bitter taste, add a small amount of honey.

Add 3 parts apple cider vinegar to your favorite massage oil and gently knead the area.

Exercise.  Cellulite is fat and exercise will help to remedy the condition.  Even if you engage in a simple twenty minute walk each day, do it.

Eat a diet low in fat.Your diet should include plenty of fiber and wholegrain foods. Eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables such as asparagus, bananas, pears,
and broccoli which will help to diminish and seize development of cellulite.  Recommended dosage is five servings of fruits and vegetables.

Eliminate alcohol, soda, coffee and tobacco from your diet.
Use a soft body brush and exfoliate and renew your skin.  Take a bath in two cups of sea salt and warm water.
Soak in the tub for at least 20 minutes.

Reduce your intake of salt. Massage the affected area with coconut oil.

Baking soda is an expensive way to help athlete's foot.

Baking soda is an expensive way to help athlete

Athlete’s Foot Home Remedies

While most of us think of athlete’s foot as a condition that inflicts men, women experience athlete’s foot as well. In fact, the condition affects 70% of the population- being men, women and children of either sex before puberty. However, it is uncommon among women. Many women are troubled by the condition as it is a concern if left untreated. Infection can result and in severe cases your doctor may want to perform monthly blood tests. For mild cases many women choose to practice home remedies which you will find numerous. Among the many you may try a following of the few, which are suggested for women.

Athlete’s foot is the result of a fungus called Trichophyton, and among its symptoms are itching and burning of the skin and in severe cases cracking, pain and bleeding. The rash will appear red, or the skin dry and peeling on the feet.

Athlete’s Foot Home Remedies

Use baking soda. This is an inexpensive remedy that most women have in their kitchen cupboard and works as a foot powder helping to relieve the condition. Either sprinkle the baking soda onto the infected area and in your shoes, or make a paste by mixing the baking soda with warm water.

After getting out of the bath or shower, use a hairdryer on your feet to dry them. Also, use a hairdryer to blow hair into your shoes to keep your shoes dry.

Rub antiperspirant onto your feet.

Disinfect your shoes with Lysol to kill off any living fungus spores within your shoes. Simply spray the Lysol in your shoes and then dry them with the hairdryer.

Combine a mixture of two teaspoons of salt and add per one pint of warm water to soak your feet. This will help to eliminate the growth of the fungus.

When your condition begins to improve remove the dead skin using a bristled scrub brush.