How to DIY a Super Easy Anti-cellulite Oil

by ModaMob
12 Materials
10 Minutes

Most of us have cellulite and stretch's life! But if we can get rid of some of them, wouldn't that be nice?

Follow this simple tutorial to make a DIY anti-cellulite and stretch mark oil. Even for unblemished skin, this vitamin E oil is beneficial.

Tools and materials:

  • Coconut oil
  • Shea butter
  • Microwave
  • Measuring spoons and cups
  • Witch hazel
  • Vitamin E oil
  • Lavender essential oil
  • Carrot seed essential oil
  • Cosmetic containers with pipette
  • Medium bowl
  • Small whisk
  • Funnel 
Combining oils

1. Melt and combine shea and coconut oils

Melt ¼ cup coconut oil and ¼ cup shea butter separately in the microwave or on the stove, then combine in a medium sized bowl.

2. Add witch hazel, vitamin E oil, lavender and carrot seed oil

Next, add 1 teaspoon of witch hazel.

Combining oils

Add ½ teaspoon of vitamin E oil.

Vitamin E oil blocks free radicals from the body, which play a large part in the aging process. It can reduce wrinkles for youthful looking skin.

Combining oils

Add 7-8 drops of lavender essential oil. Lavender is great for the skin because it improves circulation.

Combining oils

Then add 7-8 drops of carrot seed essential oil.

It’s anti-infectant, an antioxidant and it stimulates blood flow, which is helpful against cellulite. 

Combining oils

3. Mix well and store

Use a small whisk to blend all the components. 

DIY anti-cellulite oil

When using essential oils, it’s important to store your DIY concoction in a glass container.

Transfer to the cosmetic containers, and if you have a funnel, it will be much easier!

DIY anti-cellulite oil

DIY anti-cellulite oil

Apply your DIY vitamin E oil for stretch marks while you’re still in the shower and be sure to massage it into the skin for the best results.

Before and after anti-cellulite oil

We hope you loved this DIY! If so, leave a comment!

Next up, check out these 7 Super Easy Hacks for Oily Skin.

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  • Shea butter
  • Microwave
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4 of 16 comments
  • Tracy Tracy on May 28, 2023

    Coconut oil you use is a solid not a liquid so you’re put it in a glass jar with droppers so your coconut oil is going to turn solid there in the cold and liquid when it’s hot it doesn’t 100% get rid of cellulite if you moisturize your legs, you don’t see the cellulite as much

  • Adrienne fox Adrienne fox on Jun 02, 2023

    The before and after pic is a different person. You can tell by the location of the knee. So has anyone actually tried this and had results?

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    • Jacqueline Jacqueline on Jun 29, 2023

      I believe the two people legs were used to show a demonstration of what cellulite is. Especially for those that are not familiar with the word but may be experiencing cheesy thighs and don't know what it is. Therefore, I don't think they were implying that it was the same person.