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1 Hollywood Secret Destroys Cellulite… Best Cellulite Tip EVER?

By Rob Poulos...


Fat is one thing…but CELLULITE is a completely different story!

You too may have been finding that despite your best efforts to take off the weight, you’re still left with saggy, dimpled skin.

Kalen has fought cellulite in the past, especially once she hit her 30s and heck, even as a guy, I know that when I was 40 pounds heavier I even had to fight some of this nasty stuff off of me…

Well you may also have wondered if there was anything out there that fights cellulite that you just don’t know about yet…

I recently learned about this odd “Hollywood secret” technique for getting rid of that disgusting extra jiggle that’s also backed by science…

…coffee grounds!


Yeah, I’ll explain how and why this works so well in second…

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OK back to fighting that cellulite…

Actresses like Halle Berry use the technique I’m going to tell you about religiously to keep their thighs tight and toned for filming those sexy movie scenes without embarrassment.

Here’s what to do…

1. Take about a half cup or so of yesterday’s USED coffee grinds (NOT decaffeinated!) and mix them together with just a little bit of olive oil and put the mixture in an old nylon stocking.

(If you don’t drink coffee, ask your neighbors or friends to give you theres and just tell them you’re using it for “compost fertilizer”! Sneaky, eh? 😉

2. About 10 minutes before getting into the shower, vigorously rub the coffee grind mixture over your “trouble areas” like your hips, butt, belly, or thighs.

3. Let the mixture sit for 10 minutes and then rinse it off in the shower.

4. Do this a couple of times a week and start watching your skin get tighter and more toned as you continue your fatburning efforts.

Here’s why it works (the SCIENCE!)…

First, let me tell you that dermatology researchers are already using caffeine in the most advanced cellulite creams so this is backed by hard science.

By vigorously rubbing your skin with the mixture, you increase circulation to your skin while at the same time, taking advantage of the coffee’s caffeine content to start melting the fat from the outside in.

Plus, the gritty texture of the coffee grinds works like a mild sugar scrub, exfoliating the skin and promoting better circulation and rejuvenation while the oil actually “plumps up” the skin cells for smoother looking skin.

Some women have even reported seeing instant results with tighter, toned skin!

So give it a try, it may just be the extra weapon you need in the fight against cellulite.

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94 Comments Add yours

  1. Rich at 4DietReview

    Hi Rob,
    Thanks for the great tip. Just one more reason to LOVE coffee! I’ll pass this one on (gently) to some of the women in my life. It will be interesting to see how well it works.

  2. Samantha

    Question: It says you are supposed to put the coffee mixture into a nylon stocking. Then it tells you to rub the mixture onto the trouble spots and leave on for 10 minutes… Are you supposed to leave the mixture in the stocking and rub with the stocking over your skin or do you take the mixture out and rub it directly on???

    • Whbi

      Same here???

    • Jodie

      I was wondering that myself!

    • Missy

      Im pretty sure since you will be rinsing it off you are to take it out of the stocking and rub on the spots. I will be trying this as well

    • Hey y’all!

      You’re supposed to leave the mixture in the stocking and rub it all over your skin. When done, you can empty the stocking and clean it for use the next time with new coffee grinds.

      • Rachel

        Hi guys –
        This is the herbalist’s remedy:
        Put the coffee grounds into a cup, cover with oil. Add a few drops of juniper essential oil to it for extra efficacy against cellulite, or frankincense oil to tighten skin. Use as a scrub before you shower.
        No stocking. Keep the lymphatic system clear by drinking calendula tea. Eat plenty of fibre to carry away the waste you will be releasing. Make sure you are also releasing any stored emotions!

        • Michele Nissen

          Thanks so much for the tip! Cellulite is a recent issue for me:( Rachel, where would you recommend getting the essential oils? Is there a tip to buying one versus another? This is new to me so please excuse my ignorance.

          Thanks again!

          • laura

            I get my essential oils at whole foods… u can get on internet, but get pure or organic… lime essential oil is good too for cellulite

          • Gail

            I’m in to essential oils for all their health/medicinal benefits. The quality of the oil is very important, therefore, you will pay a little more for the good stuff.

    • me

      if u use the mixture with it being inside the nylon stocking then how will the caffeine reach ur skin???

  3. karen

    why the nylon stocking?

  4. Candi

    Rob, I’m with Samantha, leave in the stocking or take it out and use like a sugar rub? Also, it’s coffee “grounds”. Great tip, I’m going to try it!

  5. Rusty - Fitness Black Book


    It makes sense, but it would be hard not to waste such good coffee on the skin. What is even tougher is when people use Beer on the hair!

    Actually a great tip!


  6. Rusty - Fitness Black Book

    Actually…what I meant to say…it would be hard to waste the coffee on the skin (I’m a serious coffee drinker)…like Beer as well!


    • marion

      actually its used coffee granules…you can grabbed it for free from our favorite coffee shop Starbucks.they are already packed and weigh 1kl per pack.ITS for free.so grab one.You dont need to add oil.Have tried this in my hand and feet ..result was great .

  7. Caleb - Double Your Gains

    I’m with Rusty above, I love coffee so much it’d be hard to waste it — but the article says to use “last night’s coffee” so I guess you’re ok — it’s already been used :)

    Anyways, yes cellulite is pretty hard to get rid of (from what I hear, I’m not exactly suffering from it myself) … and it’s pretty interesting that even a star like Hallie Berry uses a trick like this instead of some crazy expensive solution.

    Cool tip!


  8. Queen of Wishful Thinking

    I would think the mixture stays in the stocking, otherwise there’s no logical reason for the stocking to be necessary, because you could certainly mix the grounds and the oil in a bowl or cup. I’m pretty sure you leave it in the stocking and rub it on the skin through the fine nylon mesh. Of course you will need to rinse off, thus the need for doing this just before showering, because you’ll have oil and coffee moisture (and smell) on your skin, and who wants to put on their clothes over that? The nylon will hold the mixture together well, allow the oil and caffeine to come through the fabric and keep the grounds from being too scratchy on the skin. If one of you tries it, please post here and let the rest of us know how it goes. I will see if I can do it tomorrow, but I’m a busy mom so no guarantees.

    • Froydis

      Anyway, without the stocking it will get really messy, so maybe that’s why some people use them…

    • Hershey Kiss

      I just tried it for the first time and although I hear you are supposed to do it several times a week to see results, I do see a slight difference already. I got the used grounds from starbucks and chose not to use the stocking but instead applied it as a scrub. It left my thighs very smooth! I must warn it is very messy! The oil makes it a little hard to clean the brown from the coffee out of my tub but I will definitely continue using

  9. Outstanding!

  10. melanie

    hi there. this tip actually does work (well, for me anyways) you can see a temporary fix imeditaky for approximatly 12 hours after applying the warm (not hot) leftover coffee grinds to recently exfoliated trouble spots. ie, inner thighs and backs of legs etc.. when applting, mix either baby oil, seasme or olive oil with coffee grings, than wrap in plastic wrap for approximatly 15 to 20 mimutes. than, rinse off. this can get a little messy so i usually apply in the bathtub(no water). this tip worked well for me a few weeks ago when i had to wear a bridesmaid cocktail dress. I was embaressed by the backs of my legs..the coffe actually worked for the time being. im sure with proglonged use it would defeat it altogether! hope this helps!! enjoy your cup of joe!!

  11. Anne

    Thanks Rob. I will try and hope good results.

  12. Paula

    Please Please use sesame or olive oil! Baby oil is a petroleum product that is BAD
    for your skin.

    • Rob Poulos

      Hey Paula, yes this is probably a better choice… I’m going to edit the post…

      • Debbie

        so you really didn’t say, with or without the stocking? Also won’t the coffee grounds clog the pipes eventually? That’s my consern.

  13. Carol

    I remember many years ago buying a cellulite massage cream that contained a high percentage of caffeine, it was very expensive and you also had to rub it in with a special massager! This achieves the same results virtually free! Its excellent rubbed directly on the skin as an exfoliator without the stocking and the oil moisturises the skin before showering. I would make you aware that some may find their skin may be sensitive to the caffeine.

  14. Alisia

    So…I’m not much of a coffee drinker…can I just go out and buy a can of coffee (Sorry to all you coffee addicts!) mix it with baby oil and have the same results?

    • April

      I’m with you. I never make coffee at home, but I think I can nab a batch or two from work or church. It’s just being thrown away anyway. And since the article specifies used grounds, it’s probably the best way to do it. If anyone asks why you want it, the fertilizer excuse is a very good one.

    • Bruce

      If you’re not a coffee drinker, Starbucks gives away their used coffee grounds in a large foil bag. All you have to do is ask. Most people (based on very unscientific observations) order regular coffee. Given that you wouldn’t be able to tell whether it’s decaf or not, I think the higher percentage would be caffeinated. Or, you can just buy your own….

    • Dana

      I AM a coffee addict, and one trick I’ve learned from having leftover coffee around, just old and tastes bad, is to dilute it with water, and then water all your plants. You can just make the coffee, let it cool, dilute it and water away! They will enjoy the fertilizer and you get your grinds without wasting good coffee! Store ay leftovers in an old gallon jug, or whatnot for the next watering…

  15. Terri

    What an interesting idea…. thanks Rob.


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  17. Wendy

    I appreciate the post about using the coffee grounds with Juniper and using it as a scrub not necessarily with a stocking. I do have a question-coffee is staining, so does this mixture cause staining of the skin, Halle Barry is dark skinned, bit for those of us who are pale or light complex ?

    • laura

      it’s fine for light skinned… try it on a small spot if you are concerned and if it did stain you can use a white sugar scrub to wash it off.

  18. s

    ok here’s one from moi the ignoramus: the only coffee i ever drink is – in the opinion of dedicated coffee lovers everywhere – the cheap and nasty sachet stuff that u mix w/ milk and get an instant creamy latte/mocha….so i have no idea what coffee grounds are…is it just coffee granules u get in jars? why do u have to use leftover coffee, why cant u use granules straight from the jar?

    @ Rachel the herbalist – releasing stored emotions….haha…i’d love to but a certain somebody would end up dead…so no, i think i’ll stay sane, restrained, and emotionally doomed. 😀

  19. Kathe Cunningham

    Your tips said ‘olive oil’ but your tips said ‘baby oil’. Which is it.

    • Rob Poulos

      Hey Kathe, on further review of this tactic, we felt going with an oil that is healthier for the skin is a better choice, hence the switch to olive oil

  20. Laurie

    There’s no science behind caffeine melting away body fat through skin. Think of it, the temperature would have to be quite hot to do so, and it has to go somewhere. The body would have to process that fat by excreting it or using it for energy.

    Coffee grounds for exfoliation is a good idea, though.

  21. Gabby

    Coffee grounds are beans that have been grounded. Then you will HAVE TO brew the coffee first, meaning, don’t just use the ground coffee out of the pack or can. Brewing means, you run boiling water over it, while the grounds sit in a filter. Most coffeemakers do that job for you but if you don’t have a coffee maker, just buy the filters (paper) and and a filter holder (usually plastic). Put the ground coffee (has to be with caffeine, no decaf) in the filter, run the boiling water from the pan directly into the filter with the coffee. Either drink the coffee or throw it away. Whats left in the filter is what you need for the cellulite treatment.

    I would definitely recommend to use the stocking. If you rub the grounds over your skin and wash it down the drain in your shower, sooner or later that shower will get clogged by it… By using the stocking, the grounds will stay in the stocking but the effect of the caffeine is still on your skin.

    Hope this helps :)

    • Dana

      Here,where we grow coffee, out in the boondocks, a coffeemaker is not always practical. The grocery stores here sell something that looks like a sock on a wire hoop. Coffee goes in the “sock”, boiling water then goes in, out comes coffee. I suppose a knee-hi stocking would work, or, for that matter, a clean sock. It will stain, so use the one whose mate got lost in the wash 😉

  22. natalie

    Rob, is it baby oil in the mixture, or is it olive oil?

    • Rob Poulos

      please see my previous reply to Kathe 😉 they both will work, though baby oil may have more of the ‘plumping’ effect…

  23. Deirdre

    Message (or rather question) for Paula: why are petroleum products bad for your skin, please?

  24. Katie

    For folks who don’t drink coffee, most Starbucks stores have big ol’ bags of used grounds in a bucket by the door. People generally use it in their gardens, not their legs, but either way, they’re free to whoever wants them. :-)

  25. Elizabeth

    Actually, coffee grounds won’t clog your drain, just the opposite! I’m speaking from experience.
    But then again I’m not sure about the mixture with oil…no experience with that…

  26. Mike

    Rob and others, PLEASE don’t advocate using baby oil for the skin. You’re not a dermatologist. Neither am I, but if you’re not sure about the effect of it on skin (MAY plump, may NOT plump), don’t advocate it. Very simply, baby oil doesn’t soak into your skin, but may, in fact, keep the skin from breathing. It sits topically (on the surface), and prevents non-humid air from evaporating our body and skin’s natural moisture. It’s also something useable as an assist for something to remain in place you may have applied underneath it (very messy in this application). That’s it…

    What does soak in? Things based of water, natural (olive, etc) oils and other things NOT petroleum-based.

    Here’s a simple test to see the effect of the petroleum-based baby oil on our precious skin. Take a saltine cracker (to demonstrate the porosity of our skin), and place it in a bowl of water. What do you have in few minutes? A soggy mess!! Take another saltine and place it in a bowl of olive or other natural oil; same result. NOW, place a saltine in a bowl of baby oil for a few minutes. Or 10 minutes. Or 30 minutes. Longer if you like (I’ve seen it sit for an hour with the same result), but you WILL be able to take it out and tap the corner or end of the saltine on the table because it won’t get soggy. It won’t taste good (DON’T try it!), but it won’t get soggy.

    • Rob Poulos

      Hey Mike thanks for contributing to the discussion! As you can see we’ve suggested using olive oil in lieu of the baby oil for this almost immediately after it was posted (several days ago), even though this is what is most often recommended in this technique.

  27. Dottie

    For those of you who don’t drink coffee – if there is a Starbuck’s close to you, stop by. They have a bin where they package left over coffee grounds with a sign “Grounds for you Garden” or something like that. It is free and you get a package of used coffee grounds.

  28. Jane

    I was rather upset that you called cellulite ‘disgusting’. I’ve had it for many years – it’s sometimes genetic and therefore hereditary. I had it even when I was young and 114 pounds (and I’m 5′ 8″, so I was THIN). I didn’t drink alcohol and was vegan. In fact, it’s getting better as I get older and my hormones are changing.

    I have trouble having a positive body image as it is, and your comment didn’t help. Having had a slender, firm body, I gained a lot of weight in my forties.Now I’m nearly back to the weight I’d like to be. But yes, I have some jiggly bits here and there to contend with and deal with. But they are not ‘disgusting’. Just because you have the perfect body I don’t think that gives you the right to say that. I’m disappointed in you as that’s not a sympathetic attitude to have. It’s judgemental.

    And those of us who are already nervous about going to the beach and being judged by others are not going to be helped mentally by what you said. As you know, keeping mentally strong whilst improving one’s body is vital. Perhaps you should be more positive, not negative like that.

    Beauty is not all about the ‘perfect’ body (which does not exist). Women have enough pressure without their cellulite being called ‘disgusting’ and I think you should apologise.

    • Rob Poulos

      Hey Jane, thanks for commenting…there will be no apologizing here though… if you read the post you’ll know that I had cellulite as a man for several years which is far less common and was even somewhat humiliating to me! I think that gives me the right to call it what I want, as I had it, did something about it, and am helping others do the same…

      • Angela

        Good for you, Rob. Some people are to quick to pass judgment.

      • Sarah

        I see Jane’s point and I see your point. I used to be a good size and weight with no problem of cellulite. Never worried about wight or fat. I was lean and very muscled for a girl. Toward the end of my first pregnancy, I was 27 my thyroid went crazy. I went from 130lbs. 5’6″ and part time model, to 280ibs. in around 3 months.
        Needless to say no one wanted a fat model, and the law office I did work for decided that I no longer fit the “right image” for them anymore. My husband started treating me different, started cheating, then eventually left me and the kids. He told me his new girl looked like I used to before I got fat. I am fixing to be 47, down to a staled 237lbs. I tried all the programs, saw nutritionist, so forth. I have been treated awful by people just cause of my size. I am haunted by “the idea look”. Because of the thyroid I have other health issues. When it goes crazy my hair falls out, screwed my hormones up to where I have to change shampoo every third wash. I am offended by remarks made out of spite and hate at a job I ended leaving because of the harassing. But Robs remark was neither. cellulite is not a pretty sight. I am glad to find a new cheap way to try to get rid of it and to try to firm some of those ugly areas I have. Losing the weight I did and gaining it so fast the way I did I have areas of fat pockets I was told I would have to have surgically removed. Hope It helps. Thank you Rob for these helpful hints.

        • Monica

          Have you tried armour thyroid? It’s for hypothyroid and from what I’ve read, many people have had great success. I just switched to amour, was previously on synthroid. Many blessings your way

        • Marie H

          I agree with Sarah, as having thyroid problems myself any tips that help with rapid weight gain also cellulite (apart from my meds) are very welcome. Also Sarah I too empathise with the hair thing; you get one good hair day out of seven if we are lucky… but keep persevering and try mild hair thickening shampoos. Hope this helps !

    • Lynn

      Sorry, but did you use the wrong name Oprah?

  29. Stacy Simons, RN, CN, CH

    Great dialogue. Just a few comments… used coffee grounds are destined to be de-caf as the caffiene if leached out by the hot water in the coffee making process. If you want benefits of the caffeine (vaso dilation, thereby carrying away more fluids, etc), then you should use fresh ground coffee in warm olive, sesame or almond oil (I prefer sesame as it is the lightest). If you apply the the used coffee grounds as directed then most of the benefit will be coming from the increase in circulation that is caused from the naturally abrasive/stimulatng process of the scrub.

  30. Jane

    Thanks for your response, Rob. I do admire the fact that you overcame your cellulite. Absolutlely. My point really was that for many women, whatever they try and however long they try it, it is impossible for them to get rid of it and it is very depressing. As I said, I never could get rid of mine even though I was very skinny. Perhaps I will, and I am certainly “doing something about it” as well, every day of my life through my diet and exercise. But meantime I don’t want to have to think of my cellulite as ‘disgusting’ as I think that thinking positively about one’s body, and loving it, de-stresses you and helps your body heal. Stress and negative feelings contribute to cellulite, as I’m sure you know.

    Angela; I was not passing judgement. What judgement, I’d like to know? I have a right to express my opinion just like anyone else and what I was actually doing was telling women reading this post (and yes, I did read it) who’ve got persistent ugly cellulite (and yes, it IS ugly) that it is not disgusting. That’s all!

    • Rob Poulos

      I hear ya Jane… you have the right attitude and I know you’ll do well!

  31. j.kell

    I have very little (surprisingly) cellulite to begin with, but I’ve used this trick for the past week + – admittedly with baby oil (only kind on hand other than veggie oil…) The very first day I noticed a nice warm tingle from it – most assuredly from the caffeine. I regularly use exfoliating gloves, so I know it was not from the soft stocking, nor from just rubbing. The skin was slightly more plumped than usual too; again, surely from the caffeine aspect – I normally apply a very thin coat of ‘creamy’ baby oil on my legs, but this was different. (I know, I know…BAD me! I will change my ways on the next batch I make.)
    Now, after I guess 4 applications, I can hardly see any cellulite (like I said, though, I had very little to begin with).
    My suggestion would be to go ahead and give it an honest shot – It will cost you practically nothing! Apply it regularly for a solid month and see how it goes. Maybe even take a ‘before & after’ pic to compare, since you may not see dramatic results right away, and may miss the small ones.
    I have recommended it to 2 of my friends, and one is starting today.

  32. Marie

    Hi everyone,

    Just wanted to let you know, I’ve been doing this for the past few years because this skin disease is actually hereditary. Lucky me, yep-yep! Anyway, I’ve never actually thought about putting the used grounds into a nylon stocking. Not sure the point there, except the lack of mess. lol

    Personally, it hasn’t worked for me, but it does remove old dead skin cells. I mix mine w/a variety of oils, like a cellulite fusion so to speak. At least my skin isn’t dry and it’s squeaky clean all the time. he he

    Anyway, yes beer does help w/hair and so does apple cider vinegar.

    I really only think that the spa and laser treatments work for cellulite and nothing else. I diet and exercise often, but hey, I can’t do much when genetics are involved and that’s the main reasons!


  33. Suzie

    I would like to know if you can apply the coffee grins all over your body. I have a lot of loose skin especially under my chin. Would the coffee grin help to make it look firmer.

  34. Denise

    FYI – everytime I try to click on to one of your links it comes up web page not found. What’s up with that? I can never go to any of your articles or interesting tips. Please check your site. Thanks

    • Rob Poulos

      Hey Denise they are working on our end, have not had any other complaints… perhaps try deleting your internet temp files before trying another link. Also, if you want to forward one of the emails that wasn’t working for you to our supportATzerotoherofitness.com address (replace AT with @) we’ll double check it for you… cheers,Rob

      • carol

        Rob, I have had the same problem as Denise, when I click on the links they don’t come up for me either they say page not found. I agree Please check your site. Thanks.

  35. Joni

    I appreciate this tip immensely and I thank you. However, as to some of the comments – since when is baby oil bad for your skin. Why do we use it for babies then? You said petroleum is bad. I heard on a tv show one time that Vaseline is the best moisturizing agent that you can use. This was by an expert on the subject.

  36. Carey

    Just a couple of thoughts…
    I would suggest organic coffee grounds, as commercial coffee is heavily pesticided. Why put more toxins into your body when detoxification is a key part of fat loss?
    I tried this as a scrub with organic extra virgin coconut oil and it smelled heavenly and made my skin feel amazing. No longitudinal results, though. What I have learned from years of studying holistic health is that petroleum products are not good for your skin. I would never put petroleum based baby oil on a baby. There are wonderful plant based baby oils available in health food stores.

  37. Kimberly

    If you wouldn’t put in in your body – then it makes sense that you shouldn’t put it on your skin.

    Petroleum products comes from underground and are refined, not natural.

    I tried my scrub with Jojoba oil and it felt great. Pretty messy but I love the smell of coffee.

    My skin was soft, smooth and seemed a bit firmer. Will try again.

  38. Adela

    What happen to people who much caffeine is not good for health, like be anxiuos?

  39. Terry

    Any problem with coffee grinds going into the septic? I’m assuming there won’t be too much if you’re using the stocking but I think you would probably get more result w/o the stocking.

    • Darcy

      I don’t think anything natural will hurt your septic. I’ve been told by septic experts that the worst things for septic health are antibacterial soaps and bleach (and, of course, pesticides). Also, you can pour a tub of yogurt down your toilet to refresh the ick-eating bacteria that are good for your septic. I’ve done this several times as I had to revive a septic that sat idle for two years.

  40. Cate

    Neat toy out there for learning the FACTS about cellulite – It’s called GOOGLE. So, may we straighten out a small bit of information for all the non-Googlers? Word up to Marie: It’s a skin “condition” – not a “disease”. And Janey – I got your back, girl. 9 out of 10 women will get it no matter how skinny or fit they are – because yeah, there’s a hereditary predisposition – it’s called ESTROGEN. Check out Mayo Clinic or Cleveland Clinic (well known, established, cutting edge medical institutions) for FACTS about cellulite. Yup. It’s not attractive. Yup. It’s easy to get and hard to get rid of. But Guys: Please show me Just One of You who hasn’t sent a truly luscious-looking woman packing – despite however beautiful – not because she didn’t look hot in her yoga pants but because she was too much of a attention-craving, personality black-hole. like my pal says: Despite how ripe the fruit may look, the juice isn’t always worth the squeeze.

  41. Michelle

    I have read everyone’s comments and I am still a little confused as to what is the correct method used for this cellulite reduction process. There is a lot of speculation flying around but none in which provide a positive solution. The question is… do you use used coffee grounds from a coffee shop or do you use fresh coffee grounds from a typical coffee jar – eg: nescafe? The oils which have been spoken about and recommended are: sesame, almond and extra virgin olive oil. There are two other oils that are available and they are coconut and grapeseed, would these be beneficial as the other oils mentioned? We have established that petroleum based baby oils are harmful to the human skin, so therefore not recommended to be used. Brilliant! Well, I am safe to say, that I will try the easy option and prepare a fresh coffee jar mixed with olive oil for a few weeks, take before and after photos and assess the results at the end of the project. It seems like a method I will try and if it works, then continue to follow for the future. However, there is always a flip side to everything we try in this life, so if this does not work, then put it to rest with the other unbelievable things that do not work in this life and move onto the next option available. It is important to maintain an energetic lifestyle, as cellulite can and does impose alot of disappointment to all who suffer from it. I used to be a coffee drinker for 10 years, only since quitting smoking and drinking 2.5 years ago, I eventually gave up drinking coffee not too long after and only over the 2.5 year period, I have I received the unfortunate results of weight gain and cellulite. Being 29, I believe that the water intake I now consume has increased from little to none per day to 1-2.5litres per and I am now seeing results from how important water is for the human body. Coffee offers a sensational smell and I will admit I do enjoy a coffee on the odd occasion… But to all those coffee drinkers… have one for me!! My advice: Water will assist with reducing cellulite over a period of time, drink tea and filtered water on a regular basis! thanks for your time.

  42. Michelle

    The question I have is… Who has tried both methods and found success?
    1. used ground coffee from a coffee shop mixed with beneficial oil?
    2. fresh ground jar coffee from a shop mixed with beneficial oil?
    3. placed into a stocking and applied to needed areas in a bath?
    4. placed topically onto skin using hands/gloves?

    I look forward to hearing from someone who has had ongoing success.

    Good luck everyone!!

  43. mary ruth

    I have already ordered this plus 2 others, but i have not received anything. how can i access it.

    • Rob Poulos

      Hey Mary, I’ll send a note to Jeff and he’ll make sure to take care of this for ya…thanks!

  44. Lydia

    The stocking is a good idea simply because coffee sludge builds up in your homes plumbing system. With older homes and septic systems coffee grounds down the drain spells disaster.

  45. Love

    Hi Rob thanks I will definately go for this Hollywood secret technique of oil and coffe thanks.

  46. Karen

    Hi Rob. I can’t get the video because my IPad 2 doesn’t accept Adobe Flash. Darn Apple, anyhow! But thanks for the coffee grounds idea. Stellar!

  47. Stephanie

    So using a stocking, coffee grounds and oil, rub this into the areas you are concerned about, but do you have to leave it on for 15-20 minutes? I would really like to rub it in and shower right after or possibly waiting 5 minutes maybe, would that work?
    I must say, this is a very good suggestion. Thank you for the post!

  48. marion

    hi, everyone. You can go to the nearest Starbucks to get used coffee granules.they are for free.Starbucks giving them out , just ask the barista.

  49. Jenni

    Hi everyone! I have been doing this method for the last couple of years, funny I actually did it tonight as I am prepping for a trip south lol! Anyways, I just wanted to let u know that I actually use fresh coffee grounds with extra virgin olive oil and a little sugar and for me the results are instant! I like to do it before a special trip or event and it really works! I usually just use the scrub and scrub it right on the back of my thighs after I am done showering and rub the mixture into my leg in circles and then rinse off!! :)

  50. Sue @ Lessen Cellulite

    Omg! What a great tip! I’m saving all my coffee grounds from here on out. Thanks.

  51. Amy

    Does the coffee have to be warm or cold?!

  52. Arianna

    add some topical vitamin c powder to that mixture. i use philosophy turbo booster c powder, and put it on my stretch marks on my legs with some cocoa butter and with in two days everything lightened up! truley amazing!!!!

  53. Valerie

    I’ve read all the comments on the coffee, essential oils for celllite and intend on trying with a stocking (I feel without will cause plumbing problems in the long run). I’m a young 50 yr old with RA taking steriods to control the inflammation in my body. Because of the steriods, I have gain over 200 pounds in over 20 yrs! Way too much weight and I have a bad case of cellilite in my upper arms, thighs, buttock, under my neck and stomach area. I need all the advice I can get to help rid my body of this fatty mess! Two hundred pounds over 20 years doesnt seem that much but going from 115 to 320 is way too much fat in my body. Even though I carried ok (I’m 6ft tall female),its taken its toll on my knees and ankles. I’m staying active as much as I can but this cellilite coffee things seem to be a keeper! I like the site and would love to purchase items but I’m on social security disability income and money is really tight! If things change financial I definetly will purchase anything to help me lose weight and become more healthier. Just love the site of the comments!

  54. Phil

    Great skin care tip Rob, and great input from everyone here.
    As a guy in my fifties i found this very interesting
    Thank You

  55. Agnes Sandine

    Berry was born Maria Halle Berry, though her name was legally changed to Halle Maria Berry at the age of five. Berry’s parents selected her middle name from Halle’s Department Store, which was then a local landmark in her birthplace of Cleveland, Ohio.

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