How to Reduce Cellulite on Thighs – 3 Important Tips to Consider

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There are many ways of reducing cellulite, but cellulite on the lower parts of body, like thighs and butt can be reduced naturally at home.

Cellulite affects many areas of the body, the most common being the thighs. I personally don’t know of any woman with cellulite who doesn’t have it on the thighs, but has it on other areas of the body. a woman with cellulite on her thighsCellulite is more prevalent on the thighs since this is where more fat accumulates in women’s bodies.

The thighs and the butt area are the most cellulite prone areas. Our focus here will however be on the thighs. In case you are interested in knowing how to reduce cellulite on thighs, below are some 3 effective tips to consider.

Tip 1: Eat healthy fats

Contrary to popular belief, not all fats are bad. Healthy fats (unsaturated fats) are great for your body. In fact, healthy fats help to trigger weight loss in many ways. For instance, healthy fats activate PPAR-alpha, a protein that plays a crucial role in fat metabolism. Healthy fats also boost the liver’s capacity to burn stored body fat. Healthy fats have also been proven to help build muscle, improve mood and make you feel fuller which all help in reducing body weight/fat which in turn reduces cellulite. I used to think all fats are bad. Now I know better. You should avoid saturated fats and trans fats only not all fats. Common sources of these fats include; processed foods and junk foods.

You should also consume more these 6 cellulite fighting foods.A beautiful woman eating a hot pepper

Fast Short Term Solution to Reduce Cellulite on Thighs

Tip 2: Apply anti-cellulite creams

If you’re looking to reduce cellulite on the thighs more so, applying topical anti-cellulite creams is recommended. This is by far one of the most effective short-term solutions to consider. The cellulite will be back, so by using the cellulite creams you won’t get rid of cellulite for good, but if you also use other methods like diet and exercise, you’ll reduce the appearance of the cellulite faster.

a woman applying cellulite cream

It is however important to stick to creams which are made of 100% natural ingredients like Revitol, to avoid harmful side effects. All natural creams are completely safe. They are also effective provided they contain ingredients known to fight cellulite i.e. caffeine, aminophylline and theophyilline. These natural ingredients are known to break down fat stores. Massaging all-natural anti-cellulite creams also helps to improve circulation, which reduces the appearance of cellulite.

Long Term Solution – Get Rid of Cellulite on Thighs for Good

Tip 3: Focus on thigh exercises

As mentioned above, cellulite is more common on the thighs because the thighs tend to accumulate fat easily. How to reduce cellulite on thighs is therefore a question of reducing thigh fat and stimulating muscle fibers, and one of the best ways to do that is doing thigh exercises.
There are very many mild to tough thigh exercises to consider. The most recommended are special anti-cellulite exercises taught by Joey Atlas. Walking is another mild thigh exercise. Jogging and running are a bit more intense. To reduce cellulite on the thighs, you must focus on making your thighs thinner/firmer. If walking doesn’t do it for you, jog and run like I did. To get the best results however, you need to do thigh exercises such as squats, leg raises, pony kicks, thigh squeezes, step-ups, lunges, etc. There are very many variations of the above exercises to consider. It is therefore up to you to decide the intensity of each exercise.



You can reduce cellulite effectively and safely by using natural anti-cellulite creams, doing plenty of thigh exercises as well as eating healthy fats. Taking the above measures everyday will help you get started on your journey to getting rid of cellulite once and for all. Although there are many other tips to consider, the above tips will get you started on the right path. The question of how to reduce cellulite on thighs shouldn’t be a problem for you going forward.

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    Very good article! I didn’t know much about healthy fats until I read your blog. I used to assume all fats are bad, guess I’m wrong. Yes, I agree with you that anti-cellulite cream is a short term solution. My mum used anti-cellulite cream and the moment she stopped, the cellulite is back. I am going to show this to my mum and try it to see if it works. Thank you!

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    Hi Sandy! Hope you good!

    I just read your page and find that its a very nice page especially for those who are looking to reduce their cellulite and even to get rid of it all.

    You see the good thing about this is that you give most people the best ways to avoid it and we appreciate that and through that let me say this is the best site ever about cellulite cause i have been passing through different sites and pages about cellulite but they’re totaly different from yours so keep going my dear we real love your work.

    Once again thank you.

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      You’re welcome, and thank you for your nice words. They inspire me to do the best.

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    Thanks for the information on cellulite and also the anti-cellulite exercises. I’m wondering if some different body types are more prone to it? It seems to me that women that have more jiggly fat are more susceptible than those with firmer tissue and more muscle. This is something I noticed when I did body work. I’ll definitely check out the exercises since cellulite is something i notice every year about now. 🙂

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      Hi Jackie,

      You’re right, the women with more fat are more susceptible to cellulite than the women with firmer tissue and more muscle. But the reason for more fat and cellulite is mostly the same – the lifestyle. If we don’t use our muscles they become weak and if we eat bad foods we become fat too. As Joey Atlas writes in 5 Critical Keys to Kill Cellulite, the main reason for cellulite is the atrophied muscle fibers. So, the cellulite can be eliminated by special exercises that target those muscles.

      Thanks for the comment.

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    Hi there – ok I wonder if you can help! See, I eat pretty healthily, I’m slim and I run! I’m training for a marathon right now, but all of a sudden I’ve noticed more cellulite appear lower down the back of my legs. I used to have a small amount near my bum but hardly any and not on my thighs, but now I can’t wear shorts! I already run a lot… can alcohol effect it? I do drink a few nights per week. I can’t think what else has caused it apart from getting older. I’m 34 now? What would be the best course of action?

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      There are many muscle fibers and muscle layers in a woman’s legs. When the muscle fibers get weak, the cellulite can appear. Running is good, but it doesn’t target the specific muscles. So, you need to target those specific muscles with slow targeted exercises. They do work! Please read the article on this page and my review here.

      Alcohol can effect a little, but the main problem are the weak muscle fibers.

      Good luck with getting rid of the cellulite!


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