BEAUTIFULLY SHARP This home remedy works against cellulite and hair loss

His hour has come: Underestimated for years as a beauty talent, mustard is now making it big. In the fight against cellulite and hair loss.
Mustard, a multi-talent
Mustard can do more than make sausages spicy. Its oils, which are contained in the mustard seeds, are true beauty talents. What mustard can do is amazing. The reason is its circulation-promoting properties, which are good for our skin, hair, muscles, and tissues.

With mustard against cellulite
Mustard promotes blood circulation and is perfect for heating up the thighs. Mustard oil is therefore actually in some beauty products against cellulite, such as Dr. Hauschka's Birch Oil or Khadi's 10 Herbs Cellulite Oil. The fight against cellulite can only be won by stimulating blood circulation. Coupled with a sensible sports program and massages, anything that gives the fat cells a boost is welcome.

Ayurveda also recommends mustard oil as a remedy for cellulite, and proven cosmetic treatment is herbal stamping "Jambira Pinda Sveda". This involves mixing finely chopped lemons with coconut shavings, stuffing them into cotton cloths, warming them in mustard oil, and then stamping them onto the thighs.

If you want to prepare your own massage oil against cellulite, it is best to use the following ingredients: Wheat germ oil, almond oil, sesame oil, apricot kernel oil, jojoba oil, wild rose oil, arnica oil, citrus oils such as orange oil, grapefruit and essential oils that have a strong blood circulation such as mustard oil, cypress, and rosemary.

Mustard makes tired legs awake again
Anyone who has had to stand for too long knows how much that can strain veins. A small rub with mustard oil or rubs containing the pungent oil then perks up our legs again. The blood circulation is stimulated and the muscles can relax.

Muscle relaxation thanks to the mustard
The pungent plant manages to stimulate the metabolism in hardening and painful muscle tension, giving us relief from tension. A bath in mustard oil loosens hardenings and pleasantly perfuses tense parts.

As a hair mask to revitalize
Since mustard stimulates blood circulation, it can also help hair growth. Because the scalp is stimulated, the hair roots are better supplied with blood and nutrients. Mustard oil is in various hair growth products but is also said to help against split ends and brittle hair. It is also often used in hair oils and oil treatments. Prima DIY mask: mix 2 tablespoons of ground mustard powder, 3-4 tablespoons of warm water, 1 egg yolk, 1 tablespoon of olive oil in a small bowl, apply to hair and scalp and leave on for about 15 minutes. Then rinse with shampoo.

Be careful when using on the face
We've praised the circulation-boosting properties of mustard many times now - but on the face, we should be careful about using it for this very reason. Especially sensitive skin, which tends to redness or couperose, is irritated by the additional blood circulation and the aggressive mustard oils - there is a fire alarm on the cheeks.


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