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iVillage: Getting Rid of Cellulite: What Works -- and What Doesn't

Dry Brushing

While dry brushing is popular in medi-spas as a form of exfoliation and as a method of encouraging circulation, it can also be done at home. It involves using a natural bristle brush (found at most health stores, such as Whole Foods) and using it on the body to encourage circulation. Murad, a proponent of the method, says not to be too aggressive when dry brushing, though; just use gentle circular strokes on the thigh and buttocks to stimulate blood flow in the area. This method is not meant to be used wet, so leave the faucet off and do your dry brushing routine before you bathe.

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