Cosmopolitan (India) - - BEAUTY -

Cut Back on Ex­er­cise

“If you ex­er­cise like a de­mon or stress your­self out to fit in your ses­sions, you risk get­ting podgy from stress hor­mones you pro­duce,” says James. That doesn’t mean ex­er­cise isn’t es­sen­tial for fight­ing cel­lulite— just “limit your ses­sions to three a week, and re­place one car­dio ses­sion with yoga or Pi­lates to calm your sys­tem and stretch your mus­cles,” says James.

Squats and lunges are still the best moves for a killer bum and thighs; find the how-to in James’

Clean & Lean Diet book.

Feed Your Skin

“If skin gets slack and thin, cel­lulite shows up more,” says Tanya Mackay of Mama Mio Skin­care. So mois­turise with creams full of col­lage-boost­ing in­gre­di­ents, us­ing firm, up­ward strokes. Tanya swears by omega oils; also look for pep­tides and plant but­ters. We love Estée Lauder Re-nu­triv Re­plen­ish­ing Com­fort Creme, ` 10,890, and The Body Shop Body But­ter Duo in Macadamia, ` 880.

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