Homemade Anti Cellulite Cream with Coffee and Coconut Oil

06 May

In a post from last March about coconut oil, we recently received this creative idea for a homemade anti cellulite cream from a fellow cellulite investigator (thanks, Laurie!):

I have another idea for coconut oil…

You know how they talk about caffeine being good for reducing cellulite (when applied topically)? It seems to be the main ingredient in anti-cellulite creams, and even those special cellulite pants contain it. I’ve tried scrubbing with coffee grounds in the shower, but it is kind of messy business.

So instead, I’ve made my own ‘lotion.’ I gently heated some coconut oil in a saucepan and added a few tablespoons of fresh, unused coffee grinds. I let that steep a little, then strained it through a fine mesh strainer (a few grinds managed to get through anyway, but I didn’t worry about it. I suppose you could use some cheesecloth to get it all out) and poured it into a container. I put that in the fridge to ‘set’. The result is a very yummy smelling lotion that I put on after my shower (and dry skin brushing of course).

I’ve just started using it, so I can’t say that I’ve seen results yet, but thought it might be a good idea to share with others.

Fingers crossed it works! I’ll keep you posted :)

You could add some essential oils as well to help things along…

What do you think?  Is it worth a try?

*This post is part of Fight Back Friday hosted at FoodRenegade and Monday Mania hosted at The Healthy Home Economist.

A Cellulite Investigator Update

Thanks for stopping by The Cellulite Investigation.  Things are a little quite around here at the moment.  I’m taking an extended break as I get married and settle into married life and a new home.  Don’t worry, I’ll be back soon!

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herama says:
5/6/2011

I initially thought this caffeine provided only a temporary reduction in appearance but not an actual solution. Caffeine works as a vaso-constrictor- i.e. tightens skin temporarily. But I decided to look it up and found that some research shows it actually may have longer term benefits. Hmmm. I just made some coffee and have the grounds. I also have some coconut oil AND I need to take a shower…why not?

http://www.redfronteriza.org/how-about-some-coffee-with-your-skin-care/
http://www.carefair.com/skincare/Topical_Caffeine_in_Skincare_6681.html

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Interesting articles, herama. I want to give this a try, too. I just have to buy some coffee grounds. I like Laurie’s idea of making “coffee” with the coconut oil. It sounds a lot less messy than using coffee grounds. Let us know how it goes!

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Jean says:
12/14/2011

I don’t drink coffee, so I went to Starbucks and asked about used grounds. They advised me that they have bags of grounds for people to use in their gardens. Better yet, they advised me that the bags are FREE!!!

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Great tip, Jean! Thanks! I believe Whole Foods does something similar with they used coffee grounds.

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Laurie says:
5/7/2011

Thanks for sharing this Melissa. I sure hope we’re on to something here…

I’ve been using this for about a week now, and there is definitely some smoothing and firming action shortly after application. I didn’t skimp on it yesterday morning, really slathered it on, and I woke up this morning and my legs are still looking smoother, and I haven’t re-applied yet. Yay! This is the first time I’ve noticed the effects so long after application. I’ve been thinking of putting it on again in the evening before bed, but was wondering if the caffeine would affect my sleep?? Hmm, might give that a try one night when I don’t have to get up early the next day.

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This is exciting, Laurie! I’ve read that caffeinated anti-cellulite creams don’t affect sleep, but I’d start out with a weaker dose just in case. I hope to make it to the store today to pick up some coffee grounds. What proportions are you using for the coconut oil and coffee grounds?

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Laurie says:
5/8/2011

Ok, maybe I’ll give it a go tonight then, thanks!

I didn’t really measure it out, but I would estimate that I used 1 cup of coconut oil and about 3 tablespoons of ground coffee. I need to make another batch soon, so I might make it a bit stronger this time.
Happy brewing! I’m looking forward to hearing what you think.

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herama says:
5/8/2011

OMG- I used about 1/3 cup of grounds, 1/2 used and 1/2 unused (I.e. fresh coffee), in about a 1/3 cup of coconut oil! However, I drink 1/2 decaf coffee and buy it mixed that way, so mine has less caffeine. I first tried shea, but the shea butter was rancid. My coconut stuff is now a brownish color and smells like coffee. Used it yesterday after showering and it felt really nice and smooth. However, I failed to check for improvement after application. Didn’t have it with me today to apply after shower but will certainly keep on it.
I’m going to buy the strongest fresh ground espresso coffee I can get at my local beanery and try that. Yahoo!

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Laurie says:
5/9/2011

I’m not sure you could make it too strong. Unless, of course, you have sensitive skin and have a reaction to the caffeine. I opted to use only fresh, unused coffee as to keep water out of the mixture, but I’m not sure if that matters or not.

I applied some last night before bed, and it did not affect my sleep in any way. Yay! I’m definitely going to up the coffee in my next batch.
I am seeing some improvement with my cellulite, but I am doing a number of things at the moment, so it’s kind of hard to pinpoint what’s doing what. I love how this coconut oil is making my skin feel though. And the coffee/coconut aroma in the morning is very nice!

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Thanks for the info on the measurements, ladies! I finally bought some coffee grounds last night. Now if I could just find time to brew it…

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herama says:
6/8/2011

Update on my “cafe coco creme” use: I got a rash on my upper thighs. First pimple-like bumps that started to fade, and then itchy, scratchy skin that became a little-bump rash all over. Yuck.
I suspect it’s the coconut oil b/c the last time I tried using it (w/o coffee) as a moisturizer the same thing happened. I dunno if it’s a sensitivity to the coconut oil itself, or if it’s just not moisturizing enough and that led to super dry, itchy skin. I’ve stopped using it and applied tamanu oil to the rash. It’s been over a week but it’s finally clearing up and at least not itchy. Had to go back to old lotion.

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That’s bizarre. I’ve never heard of a skin reaction to coconut oil. Are you able to eat it? I haven’t noticed any rashes, but I’m wondering if the coffee in the coconut oil will go rancid at some point. Mine is separated because of the temperature here (it’s half liquid, half solid). Do you think it will go bad? I had a bad experience with sesame oil which makes me wonder…

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herama says:
6/9/2011

I don’t eat a lot of coconut so I don’t know. I did eat a whole coconut a few weeks ago over two days, and no problems. This is definitely topical. Again, it may that it’s not moisturizing enough and so causes dry, itchy skin that I scratch and then a histamine reaction occurs. I do know it happened last year when I used coconut oil as a moisturizer for a few weeks. Same thing.
As for the rancidity of coffee, that seems unlikely, but who knows? I’ve seen coffee that’s been sitting in a pot get mold. :P Since I live on the W. Coast where we are having the opposite weather of everyone else (been winter-like for months. Barely in the 60’s), my concoction has stayed relatively solid. Softens some in the day, but that’s it.

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Denise says:
4/3/2012

I realize this post is a little old but I had the same kind of reaction to coconut oil after using it as my main moisturizer for a month – the first few weeks my skin was flawless, but after week 3, I noticed my skin felt and looked tight/dry. My solution? For every 1/2 cup of coconut oil you use in your moisturizer, add 1 tablespoon of honey. It helps lock in moisture and sooth skin.

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Great tip, Denise. Thanks! Honey is supposed to be excellent for your skin. I make a honey, egg yolk mask for my face on occasion. It’s lovely.

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Laurie says:
6/8/2011

That’s too bad herama. You don’t want to trade cellulite for red bumps!:)

Good point Melissa, I hadn’t thought of it going rancid. I made a fairly large batch last time (mine is separated as well), and so far it’s not smelling ‘off’. I think I’ll stick to smaller batches from now on to avoid it sitting around too long.

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That’s good to know, Laurie. I’m not a coffee person so I don’t know how I would tell if the coffee had gone bad. I’m probably fine then since I made a small batch. I still love how it smells!

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Okay, I won’t worry about it going bad, then. Good to know!

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Anti Aging Sysyems says:
6/17/2011

Wow! What a great idea for using coconut oil in conjunction with coffee. Last week, I started reading Coconut Cures by Bruce Fife. I always knew how great coconut oil was for you internally, but ever since I read about all it can do, I’ve been eating it, cooking and baking with it and using it as an overall skin moisturizer. And I knew about coffee’s skin tightening potential too since one of my favorite eye creams (100% Pure) uses it.
I will totally try this out. Also glad to have stumbled upon your site through a FB friend’s post. :-)
I shared this on my FB as well as Twitter (@organicgirl6) account too.

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Thanks for spreading the word about The Cellulite Investigation! Yes, isn’t coconut oil wonderful? You are going to love the coffee/CO recipe. Laurie is a clever one.

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Pink Kitchen says:
6/17/2011

So…is there a verdict yet? Very curious to see whether anyone has found positive results re: cellulite.

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Laurie and I have both noticed subtle improvements in our legs since using this cream. I’ve been continuing my fluoride detox at the same time, so it’s hard to know which treatment is having the effect. ( I gave up on trying to be scientific and test one treatment at a time a long time ago.)

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Laurie says:
6/18/2011

Same here Melissa, I’m doing so much to combat cellulite, that it’s hard to tell what’s doing what! I do notice a tightening effect after application. I was very busy recently and skipped putting the cream on for a few days (and was a little lax with my diet) and felt that my cellulite worsened. I’ve just restarted using it, morning and night. When I noticed the improvement, I was doing the following:
-avoiding wheat, sugar and dairy (except yogurt or kefir)
-dry skin brushing before shower with coconut cream applied after
-coconut cream applied at night
-drinking lots of water
-taking glucosamine and hyaluronic acid supplements
-bio identical hormone therapy

I think the bioidentical hormone therapy (a la Suzanne Sommers) has helped. I’m 38 years old and was feeling very tired and run down, so I had my hormones tested. My DHEA and cortisol were low, signaling adrenal fatigue. So I’ve been replacing these hormones for 3 months now (along with a thyroid supplement) and I feel soooo much better. I have loads of energy now and never get that 3pm dozy feeling. Low DHEA is linked with cellulite, according to the book The Hormone Solution by Thierry Hertoghe. It is best to consult with a doctor (preferably an open minded one!) and get a blood test before you start supplementing hormones. I’ve been told by doctors for years that being tired is ‘just part of getting older’ etc. before I finally found a doctor who took it seriously, and more importantly, knew about bio identical hormone therapy.

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The hormone aspect of cellulite is still a mystery in many ways. Do you recommend the book by Hertoghe? I recently read The Estrogen Alternative and would like to broaden my understanding of the issue.

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Laurie says:
6/19/2011

I would definitely recommend the book. It’s easy to read and great for understanding the impact hormones have on your health. For each hormone he explains their role in the body and how to detect and decode deficiencies. There are eating plans and tips on how to treat and avoid chronic illness. There is not too much in there about cellulite specifically. Just the bit about how it could be a sign of low dhea levels. It also mentions that testosterone helps firm thigh muscles and growth hormone rehydrates the shriveled orange peel skin (aka cellulite!). I am so happy to have discovered bio identical hormone therapy, as it has vastly improved my quality of life. If it improves my cellulite too, then that’s just a bonus! :)

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Awesome, it’s on my reading list. I get a lot of great info from books that aren’t specifically about cellulite. None of the cellulite books I’ve read go into the details about hormones, although they all admit that hormones play a part in its formation. I don’t think any of them understand why or how, though. Some say it’s caused by too much estrogen, others say it’s not enough estrogen. Seems to me they are all over-focusing on estrogen. The Estrogen Alternative focused on progesterin, but even that is only a part of the puzzle. Thanks for the book recommendation. Can’t wait to check it out!

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Leah Noel says:
6/22/2011

I just made a batch of this, however I added a tablespoon of bladderwrack and a blend of essential oils that I use with my clients in my lymphatic massage sessions. The coffee and oils cover up the seaweed smell, for which I am grateful.

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Those sound like smart additions, Leah. Please let us know how it goes!

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Laurie says:
6/22/2011

Leah, that’s great, which oils did you add?

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Leah Noel says:
6/22/2011

In my 2 oz jar I added 5 drops ea. Rosemary, Cypress, Ginger, and Grapefruit. I can’t wait to use it!!!

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herama says:
6/23/2011

Oh! I just bought some Cypress and Grapefruit EOs a couple days ago and mixed it with macadamia nut oil. Have been using that. I am going to get some shea butter soon and try the coffee mixture again. Hmmm, now that I write that, I don’t see why I shouldn’t try it with macadamia. I think I will!
The macadamia is the best I’ve found so far for my skin. Much more moisturizing than grapeseed, and I can even use on my face without clogged pores or acne. Woo hoo! Mac Cafe, here I come!

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Herama, what brand do you use for the macadamia nut oil? It sounds incredible. I want to try it, but my go-to store only has this macadamia nut oil product from Burt’s bees. The first two ingredients are water and sunflower oil. :(

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herama says:
6/25/2011

I just bought a 16 oz. bottle of NOW organic at local health food store for $13~. You can get it online for about the same, though shipping is obviously extra. It’s food grade, not made for body care. Apparently quite healthy along the lines of olive oil. Very high smoking point. Tastes good! But I love how it absorbs so quickly AND my skin is already looking smoother and feels softer. I notice the difference. I stopped using it in the past because it is not cheap. But recently realized what a value it really is for the effect it has and in comparison to all the different natural lotions.
HOWEVER- I did notice last night I’ve got more clogged pores on face than usual. It’s been warmer here which means more sweat, dirt and extra applications of sunscreen, but I’m pretty sure it’s over use of macadamia. I’m also starting to break out. But, um, I’ve been eating more sugar and crap, too, so figuring acne more to do with diet, but clogged pores= macadamia.
I’ve read too much topically can be not so great. But gonna just use a bit more judiciously.
Read about it. Supposed to contain lots of beneficial ingredients. But it’s hard not to lick it off my arms!

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Perfect, thanks! They have it on Amazon for 12.40 and free shipping. Yay!

Now Foods Organic Macadamia Nut Oil

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I love the oil, but I’m always nervous about getting coffee stains on my white sheets if I apply before bedtime. I usually end up putting long pants on afterward just in case, but it’s getting hot for that. Any ideas?

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Laurie says:
6/22/2011

Thanks for that Leah, I’m off to add those to my jar :)

I know what you mean Melissa… what I normally do is apply the oil a little before I plan on going to bed and then put on some long pants (that I don’t mind getting ‘oily’) while it soaks in a bit. By the time I get into bed and take off the pants, it’s been absorbed enough into my skin that I don’t feel like it’s going to stain the sheets. I have white sheets also and haven’t had any problems. Perhaps you could put down a towel or another blanket to protect the sheets?

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Good to know you haven’t had any problems with it. Thanks for the tips, Laurie!

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Jacqui says:
7/6/2011

Hello, I am all caught up on this post and love all the ideas, I have been doing the coffee mixed with coconut oil for a couple months now but am about to travel for a long time so was stumped on how to keep up my routine while away. This is a great idea to make before I jet set! I do have a silly question do you happen to know how much coconut oil you are putting in in ratio to the few tablespoons of coffee grinds?!?!

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herama says:
7/6/2011

Hey Jaqui- have you noticed any improvements?? I didn’t keep up with the coconut/coffee b/c seems to cause a rash. :(
So interested in results of those who have been doing for a while.

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Hi, Jacqui! Laurie’s been using about 3 tablespoons of ground coffee to 1 cup of coconut oil. But this is not an exact science by any means. Since you’ve been using the coffee and coconut for awhile now, have you noticed any effects with cellulite?

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Jacqui says:
7/6/2011

Herama & Melissa,

You know to be honest with you I definitely notice my legs look and feel smoother but that does NOT mean that I notice any difference in the orange peel look if that makes any sense. They have a nice glow and feel nice but if I do not see a difference at all in the fatty pocket look. Which I was surprised because most people generally see a big difference. But I am going to keep it up because I do like the feel and the shiny glow, I do actually use the coconut oil all over my body too. I also have been dry brushing for a couple weeks but reading further into this website I realized I have been doing it wrong, I was doing the traditional start from the legs flow to the heart strokes not the axillary and groin focused strokes…. I am going to start the correct dry brushing today! :) I was using the Nivea Goodbye Cellulite Fast Acting Serum (ran out of the bottle, and won’t continue) and St. Ives Cellulite Shield Advanced Body Moisturizer. This combo did make my skin feel a little tighter however I do not think the difference is significant enough for the price of the serum. Using as directed I believe the serum lasted me only 10 days or so and it runs about $12 a pop. The St. Ives is cheap enough and adds a nice shimmer, it comes in a big pump bottle and I am still working through it a month and a half later, I believe it was no more than $4 at Walmart. The good thing is there were no adverse effects to anything I tried.

I wanted to make a note that my exercising routine has fallen a little to they wayside and I am trying to get back on track, joined a barre class and want to try the thigh dancing you posted Melissa. I do also drink from 2-5 cups of lemon water with Apple Cider Vinegar, honey and cayenne pepper in it, I have been reducing my intake just because I generally put it in my hot green tea but it has been so hot its hard to drink hot drinks so I am going to switch to cold water with the same mix (minus the green tea) which I hear doesn’t work as well as the warm weather for helping your skin.

Thanks for the estimated measurements Melissa that’s exactly what I wanted to know! :)

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Thanks for the followup, Jacqui. I don’t think it’s strange that you haven’t seen a noticeable effect on cellulite with the coffee/coconut cream. Treatments like this can have a small impact, but for most women it won’t get to the heart of the issue. Eliminating the kryptonite is the top priority, but healthy fats and other nutrients can help the healing process along.

Good for you with the dry brushing and ACV drink! I wouldn’t say you were doing it wrong. I saw amazing results when I first started dry brushing and that was exactly how I did it. I’ve refined my technique after all this time investigating cellulite, but it’s not a precise science. As long as your brushing towards the heart in general it should be beneficial.

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Jacqui says:
7/9/2011

Hello every, Sorry it has been a couple days since I updated you but I hadn’t made the lotion yet until just now. It is setting in the fridge so update to come on that later. What I will update is what I have been doing in the meantime. I have corrected my dry brushing course to focus on the high impacted lymph nodes first, I did take it a step further & did the neck (where the glands are) and also my knee, I wouldn’t consider them the highest impact but its impact enough for me to focus on haha. So then I follow the regular dry brushing routine and I have spent more time making sure I got each vigorous stroke and I like the results better than before. I wouldn’t say it was a miracle but I feel like its work better than the other way. One thing I don’t remember seeing noted but I could be mistaken is on your dry brushing link I wanted to specify it should be a natural brush vs a synthetic brush which can break your capillaries, again you may have mentioned it but I don’t remember, read too many forums! haha! :)

Okay next change. I made my own coffee sugar scrub which I immediately took notice to how smooth and soft my skin felt. Again same with the other things I tried I still have fatty pockets but I had used this scrub on my whole body and felt fantastic and the smooth silky feeling lasted the next day! For the scrub I started doing it simple with 4 tablespoons light brown sugar *didn’t do a ton of research but from the quick information I gathered I don’t think it makes a big difference if you use brown or white, I used brown for the better smell :)* 2 tablespoons coconut oil, I eyeballed the coffee but I would say I did 1-2 tablespoons. and I just combined them together I do remember putting a dash more coconut oil to make it a little wetter. Then for good measure I got impulsive and put about 6 drops each of jojoba oil, Vitamin E oil and the Palmer’s Skin Therapy body oil (stretch mark repair!!!) and it all mixed so well and the smooth feeling results proved it to be good for my skin! :) I will update the lotion either today or tomorrow depending on when its ready for me to use! :)

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That homemade scrub sounds divine, Jacqui! I imagine it’s pretty messy, though. Do you have any problems with this or does it all just wash away in the shower?

I thought I mentioned the natural bristle brush somewhere but I could be mistaken. All the info on dry brushing is scattered about here on the site. One of the things I want to write in the near future is an e-guide to body brushing, oil bathing, etc. I’ll be sure to include that bit of information there!

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Jacqui says:
7/11/2011

I really must say with the scrub after a couple uses it gets better & better every time! It is a little messy, same amount as lathering on good ol’ fashion coffee grinds but it cleans up soooo easily, just washes away. It also helps I have a removable shower head.

You may have mentioned the brush I just couldn’t remember & felt since I was talking about it to mention it haha. You should do that!!! :)

Update on the lotion… okay so I took your recipe and I was still pumped from my scrub so I thought about doing the same with the lotion, so I added the same 6 drops each of jojoba oil, Vitamin E oil and the Palmer’s Skin Therapy body oil and also I know that when making a normal lotion people use beeswax or soy wax or even petroleum jelly. I was looking for that substance so I decided to put some pumps of St. Ives Firming Cream (they didn’t have any more Cellulite Shield in the store which came as an unexpected surprise I may even like this firming one better who knows!) when it was still steeping. And also of a Vaseline Vitamin lotion I put a couple squirts of that too, not too much of either. I even thought of squeezing lemon in it but experience has shown me to really pay attention to the pH balance of whatever your making (burnt my skin on my face real bad on the first very acidic facial toner I ever made). Even considered putting a dash of liquid omega 3-6-9 in there because that is also great for your skin but alas I felt as if I added so much already. Anyways I am thinking that all the extra ingredients messed with the lotion because it really resembles a fatty gross looking oil when you look at it and it can’t decide if it wants to be a liquid or frozen solid so finding that balance I am still working on. Well I put it on for the first time after my shower tonight and it is very oily so I would definitely finish this batch off the same way I use most oils which is when I am still damp after my shower before I towel off put the lotion on then towel off. Right now hours later I am still greasy but I am just going to let it soak in tonight and not do it this way again haha. As far as results I think its too soon to tell but I definitely feel like I am starting to see a positive outcome to all of these things I have been doing which makes my boyfriend call me the crazy lady haha. Pockets in the skin are definitely there but I feel like I have to move my bum around more to get them to come out as opposed to the general look back and BOOM there they are!

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Uh-oh. Ha! I guess you can’t win them all. Have you read Kat James’ The Truth About Beauty? It’s a great book about natural beauty products. She is big on never putting mineral oil on your skin (like the kind found in most Vaseline products). I can’t remember why exactly, something about suffocating the skin. I’m out of town right now but I’ll try to remember to look it up in the book when I get back home this weekend. I wonder if that is what screwed with the oiliness of your concoction??

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herama says:
7/11/2011

Funny, I haven’t read that book but meant to post reply to Jacqui re: the petroleum products. Not good. They are occlusive, as in they sit on your pores and don’t let anything in or out. Yuck. Plus, well, it’s petroleum! Mineral oil is generally not recommended for skin. It’s good for lubricating machines, though!

BTW- my first dermaroller arrived last week and had bent needles. Just got replacement today. Haven’t opened it yet. Crossing fingers that it’s usable….

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Where did you order the dermaroller from? I saw the site they recommended on EDS, can’t remember it right now, was it that one? They seemed to have good prices but I would be wary of ordering from a place that sent you something with bent needles. How do you think the needles got bent in the first place? A lot of places sell imitation rollers which is scary.

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herama says:
7/12/2011

I ordered a cheap one off Ebay just to check it out. Read the review on owndoc.com. As you’ll see, many rollers are made by same places but packaged differently. I was going to buy the one of owndoc but decided I wanted to see a cheap one first. It came packaged in plastic case and all. The seller on Ebay has great ratings and when I wrote them about the needles, they replied immediately and apologized saying that because they rollers are packaged in the plants, they can’t do quality checks before shipping. They send a new one at no charge (no shipping or anything.) If this one is messed up I’ll probably leave it and order from owndoc after all. Want to try this on some lines on my arm before doing face. I am getting odd striations on my inner arm that look like stretch marks! Very weird.

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Here is a post I was reading about fake rollers. It’s about the Dr. Roller brand but perhaps you can glean any info about the product you are trying: http://www.homedermarolling.org/2011/05/how-to-tell-if-your-drroller-roller-is.html

Good luck!

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Lauren R says:
3/14/2012

Hi, I just read this article and I noticed it’s from last year, I’m wanted to know if the lotion really worked on you or not since I’m very interesting in starting to use it. Thank you!

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Hi, Lauren. I used my jar of homemade coconut coffee coconut oil for awhile but I’ve since moved on to other oils. There are so many fantastic, natural products out there to investigate!! Lately I’ve been experimenting with castor oil and ozonated olive oil. I highly recommend the coconut coffee cream, though. It smells amazing, is pleasant to apply, and it’s fun to be able to make your own anti cellulite cream. I’ve heard from several women who experienced noticeable results with it. Mostly they mentioned how it made their skin smoother. Chances are slim that it would heal your cellulite completely, but it’s a start. I suggest pairing it with a strong massage routine or cupping therapy for even better results.

I hope this info is helpful. If you do try it, please let us know how it goes!

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Ildiki says:
5/19/2012

It sounds great! Can’t wait to try it out. Coconut oil, coffee with ganoderma mushroom. It will be the best, you’ll see.

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Really? Are you putting the mushrooms in the cream???

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Ildiki says:
1/11/2013

Ganoderma coffee is regular coffee that contains extracts of ganoderma, a medicinal mushroom often referred to as “Reishi” or “Lingzhi.” It’s a natural product that some say offers a range of health benefits. This instant type of coffee we can use for good looks and harmonic spirit.

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annie says:
9/16/2012

Can I use instant coffee as well?

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I don’t see why not!

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