14 Best Swimsuits for Cellulite Thighs Coverage & Shaping in 2022

Christine Steuber
Oct 26, 2020
Desperately searching for swimsuits to cover cellulite on your thighs? Look no further - I've curated the list of 14 picks you can choose from.

Do the best swimsuits for cellulite thighs really exist?

It’s fair to ask this question, especially when you’ve tried so many options, but they all failed you. In my opinion, finding a good bathing suit for cellulite legs is as hard as getting rid of this problem. But I’ve done my research, and I’m here to present fourteen picks in which you will look absolutely stunning!

Also, once you check the entire list, make sure to stick around – I’ve prepared a few recommendations you will definitely need when picking the right swimsuit for your body type. And, speaking about getting rid of cellulite, I also have a set of exercises that worked for me.

So, without further ado, let’s dive in!

Top Choices for Swimsuits for Cellulite Thighs

1. COCOSHIP Vintage Sailor Pin-Up Swimsuit – Editor’s Choice

COCOSHIP Vintage Sailor Pin Up Swimsuit Retro One Piece Skirtini Cover Up Swimdress(FBA)

When you’re already shy to wear a swimsuit skirt on the beach because you are going to be flaunting your thighs. The last thing you want is a wardrobe malfunction. You need to wear a swimsuit that prevents sagging and over-stretching.

The COCOSHIP Vintage is that swimsuit. It fits the bill in every way. For starters, it’s the perfect choice for more thigh coverage. The skirt style acts as a swimsuit and a cover-up at the same time.

It’s a functional and realistic swimsuit for cellulite thighs. It has a soft and smooth fabric. The halterneck tie adjustable which keeps you feeling relaxed and at ease. It’s not too tight nor is it too loose. You can adjust it according to how you feel.

Even though it has a skirt fit-and-flare design from the outside. Underneath that fabric is a fitting short-styled bottom shorts. They’re essential for hiding cellulite on the thighs. And they prevent thigh chafing and skin irritation.


  • The shorts length is comfortably long.
  • Non-constrictive and breathable fabric.
  • The halter neck straps are adjustable.


  • Not for small breast sizes.

Moving on to the next piece on my list of best swimsuits for cellulite thighs.

2. Ekouaer Women Short Sarongs Beach Wrap Swimwear

Ekouaer Women Short Sarongs Beach Wrap Sheer Bikini Wraps Chiffon Cover Ups for Swimwear

This is more than just a beach wrap. It covers your butt and thigh area very sophisticatedly. You can enter the water wearing this so it’s like your very own swimwear. The Ekouaer Beach Wrap is made of a wrinkle-free and tear-free fabric. It’s semi-sheer and it looks amazing!

The sarong wrap falls right above or over the knee depending upon your height. It offers sleek and light coverage for the thighs. The finished edges, smooth look, and softness of the fabric are impressive.

It’s good for coverage but you can also put it for sun protection. It comes in a variety of exciting colors. So you can always match it with your favorite monokini or bikini swimsuit.

This is not a full-coverage sarong wrap. It just reaches your knee covering your thighs. If you tie it higher, it can also cover your lower belly, hips, and groin. But for hiding cellulite on thighs specifically, this sarong wrap is great. It’s flattering and super style to look at.


  • Comfortable and lightweight fabric.
  • Easy to tie and untie from all sides.
  • The perfect length of cellulite thighs.


  • It does not provide full thigh coverage.

The next bathing suit is for all ladies who are also conscious about their tummy pooch.

3. Dillard’s Miraclesuit

Dillard's Fur Realz Dazzle Underwire Tankini Swim Top

Animal patterns made a huge comeback in 2022, according to designers, so if you’re on the fence about whether you’d look fashionable in a swimsuit with animal prints, you can let go of your doubts. Besides, just look at how great this two-piece swimsuit by Dillard’s looks. Simply stunning.

Apart from being stylish, this piece of clothing is also highly practical. The high-waisted bikini bottom works wonders at hiding your tummy (and so do these skirts, make sure to check them out), while the top goes below your lower back to cover cellulite spots on your bottom and upper part of your thighs.

Another thing that makes this swimsuit a must-have in your wardrobe is that it has removable cups (a crucial feature if you don’t have time to wait for them to air-dry but don’t want to take the swimsuit off) and adjustable straps. You can also wear the top separately as a stylish addition to your jeans shorts.

One drawback this and other bathing suits made of nylon and spandex have is that you can’t wash them in a washing machine. But its practicality definitely tops this minor disadvantage.


  • Comes in a wide range of sizes.
  • Wedgie-free and non-slip fabric.
  • Smooth and effective tummy control.


  • Not for machine washing.

Here’s another bathing suit similar to this model.

4. SHEKINI One-Piece Skirt Swimsuit

SHEKINI Women's One Piece Skirt Swimsuit Ruched Retro Swimdress Bathing Suit

The Shekini One-Piece Skirt Swimsuit is another favorite on my list of the best swimsuits for cellulite thighs. It’s what most women who love wearing bathing suits have on their radar. Even if you have cellulite on thighs, you shouldn’t compromise on what you wear. This swimsuit is absolutely gorgeous.

It offers full bust coverage and is longer than your traditional swimsuit. The polyester-spandex material blend is basic and practical. It fits but doesn’t pinch or pull the skin. Even after you come out of the water, it feels light and firm.

It’s a customizable one-piece suit. With stronger seams that assure a comfortable fit. The V-neck lining offers full bust coverage. And with removable cups so if you don’t like them, you don’t have to tolerate them.

The center part has a flattering design which makes you look slim and curvy. This is even more popular around women with thigh cellulite because it takes the attention away from the thighs. The shirring near the mid-section is very appealing and slimming.


  • Adjustable and comfortable fit.
  • Attractive and flattering back design.
  • Seamless and shapely padding.


  • None so far.

Although this swimsuit seems like a perfect choice, I encourage you to check out other pieces on my list of best swimsuits for cellulite thighs.

5. LALAGEN Women’s Plus Size Rash Guard Capris Tankini

LALAGEN Women's Plus Size Rash Guard Capris Tankini Athletic Swimwear

If you’ve been looking for the best swimwear to camouflage your cellulite, then I don’t need to tell you that most of the commercial ones are reserved for women of the “ideal” body type. But the rest of us or should I say most of us have cellulite making an appearance in places never imagined.

If you can relate, then this super-flattering plus-size, capri-length tankini swimsuit might just be the ultimate option for you. The fit is simply amazing, unlike most other plus-size swimsuits that look the most unflattering on bigger women. So you can breathe a sigh of relief because the sizing part is spot on!

The material blend consists of spandex and nylon. The latter, as you may already know, is the best for wear resistance and lightweight comfort while spandex incorporates the much-needed stretch.

You also get removable sponge paddings and power mesh insert. So it works as all-occasion athletic swimwear – be it for swimming, yoga, and whatnot.


  • Capri-length design covers cellulite on thighs.
  • Creates a flattering shape through tummy, hips, and thighs.
  • Inclusion of nylon means quick-drying properties.


  • Not enough bust support for large-chested women.

Off to the next swimsuit, which is an absolute stunner.

6. Lands’ End One-Piece Swimdress to Hide Cellulite

Women's Plus Size Chlorine Resistant Sweetheart Swim Dress One Piece swimsuit

I’m a firm believer that you should not stick to traditional pieces of clothing if you’re looking to add functionality and practicality to your style. The same goes for bathing suits – if you don’t feel comfortable in ordinary ones, and they don’t camouflage cellulite that well, why not try a swimdress that will?

This one-piece swimsuit from Lands’ End goes way down, covering your bottom, up to the middle of your thighs. Lycra spandex, which this swimdress is made of, is a very durable material that can not only withstand different temperatures but will also last you for many seasons.

This swimsuit has a strap on the side, which you can adjust as you wish for a more relaxed or chic look. The strap gives more definition to your waist, which ladies will apple-shaped bodies will definitely enjoy.

Possible one of the best perks of this swimdress is that you can actually wear it wherever you want. It’s probably one of my favorites on my list of the best swimsuits for cellulite thighs so far.


  • Super stretchy, making it a good fit for plus-sized figures.
  • Smooth and breathable fabric.
  • Enhances body shape and curves.


  • None so far.

If you like vivid patterns, the next bathing suit is definitely for you.

7. Zando One-Piece Bathing Suit Swimdress

Zando Womens Tummy Control Swimming Suits Swimwear One Piece Tankini Swimdress

Zando is committed to bringing you the best and most flattering swimwear choices. You’ll appreciate the swimsuit’s personal touch. It’s made from nylon and spandex – materials that are a must in swimsuits that cover thighs.

The swimsuit has bust support with padded cups. But these padded cups are not tight or thick. Because of the adjustable shoulder straps, they feel lightweight and comfy. The shape of the swimsuit is such that it accentuates your curves. While also making your body look slimmer.

The high-quality style is something you’d probably pay more for. But this swimsuit is affordable and valuable. You can buy the same style in different prints and colors. It holds up really well to regular use. It’s stylish, impressive, and long-lasting.

The modest coverage around the buttocks does a great deal. Even if you’re bending over, it doesn’t expose too much. The skirt flare that is sewn to the boyshorts conceals everything. So you have nothing to worry about.


  • Firm and high-quality tummy control.
  • Softly-padded and removable cups.
  • It doesn’t roll up or give you a wedgie.


  • The size runs a bit large.

If you’re not satisfied with my picks so far, check out the next piece – it covers your legs below the knee.

8. Aleumdr Womens Floral Printed Racerback Padded Cami Tankini

Aleumdr Womens Floral Printed Racerback Padded Cami Tankini Top Set Swimsuits

Not all women, needless to say, are comfortable bearing a lot of skin, right? It could be because of big thighs, cellulite, or for any other reason. The point is that they don’t, which is why a longer-length i.e. tankini swimsuit seems like the ultimate savior. Plus, the current style is padded and has a racerback design and floral print.

However, please note beforehand that the crotch part of these swim capris consists of seams that may cause a little bit of discomfort. So you’re compelled to wear a panty inside, which means dealing with that pesky panty line.

But then if visible panty lines are not a concern for you or if you don’t find the crotch seams irritating (and this can be possible), at least not as much as swimming comfortably without worrying about your cellulite or even varicose veins is a priority, then you’re most likely to find this swimsuit the most comfortable and supportive.

Also, no worries about below-underarm or side-boob coverage either. What is also undeniably true is that tankini swimsuits are the most common among women of all sizes, shapes, and ages.


  • Made of soft, stretchy, breathable fabric
  • Removable padding, minus any underwire discomfort
  • Sporty racerback design frees up range of motion


  • You cannot adjust the straps
  • Crotch seams cause discomfort

The following example on my list of the best swimsuits for cellulite thighs is also great for exercise.

9. Aleumdr Womens Racerback Tankini Swimsuit

Aleumdr Womens Racerback Color Block Print Tankini Swimsuits

Someone wore this swimsuit for aquatic therapy and she had a mix of both good and bad things to say about it. More good than bad though. The good stuff includes how comfortable this racerback tankini swimsuit really is. And how modest too because it prevents you from worrying about your cellulite on the thighs.

As for the downside, the culprit is the bra that’s built into the swimwear. Since it’s not the removable kind, you might have a problem with it since chest support for larger breasts is a bit lacking. However, wearing your own sports bra inside it is sure to fix the issue.

Moving on, the shorts are surely thick enough and not all see-through. Nylon, after all, is a part of the blend, which also consists of stretchy spandex. And with pads and no irritating underwire, a comfortable AND supportive fit is intentionally brought into the picture.

Then there are these attractive elements too – sporty racerback design, cute lace detail, and round neck (more fitting for all body types).


  • More bottom coverage for swimming, workout, etc.
  • Wide waistband holds the tummy in smoothly
  • Legs long enough for thigh coverage
  • Very stretchy material, thus a comfortable fit


  • Not a removable or supportive enough built-in bra.

Next, let’s check out a more flattering feminine piece.

10. COCOPEAR Women’s Elegant Crossover One Piece Swimdress

COCOPEAR Women's Elegant Crossover One Piece Swimdress Floral Skirted Swimsuit

Firstly, why buy a skirted swimsuit? This whole review is the answer to that question.

Even women after having a kid have praised this one-piece swimsuit. It hides the tummy bulge like no other, so it’s completely alright if your body hasn’t bounced back after childbirth. Moreover, it’s a great piece of thigh-covering swimwear thanks to the length of the skirt that goes well below your bottom.

Feeling comfortable and more confident in swimsuits is certainly a very rare thing to happen when you have cellulite, belly fat, big hips, large buttocks, and all of that. But then more and more such women are buying these types of swim-dresses that have a longer length and body-shaping properties to boost confidence by concealing away problematic areas.

Just be sure to size up since sizing seems to be a tricky aspect (it runs small). But the inclusion of elastane is a good indicator of how the swimwear stretches to accommodate your natural curves and bulges while also fitting well against your skin and allowing you to move around freely.


  • Well-made and thick – perfect for large boobs, belly, etc.
  • Wear-resistant nylon and stretchy elastane
  • Tummy control and push-up effect


  • Sizing runs small

Here’s another swimdress that you can also wear as a separate piece of clothing.

11. LALAGEN Womens Plus Size Racerback Tankini Swimsuit

LALAGEN Womens Plus Size Racerback Tankini Swimdress Two Piece Swimwear Swimsuit

You’re most likely to give this racerback tankini swimdress full points because it’s just built with the most body-flattering elements. For instance, the swim boyshorts feel the most comfortable. Plus, they’re abundantly yet size-appropriately roomy in case you’re XXL.

With such swimwear, more often than not, bottoms tend not to fit perfectly. Lucky for you, that’s not the case with these bottoms. The top dress is very flowy and light and combines well with the properly fitted bottom shorts.

Most importantly, you can hide your tummy bulge without trying too hard. What’s more is that the swimsuit contains removable bra padding inserts, minus the uncomfortable underwire. No doubt, you get great quality and a very flattering body shape with this one.


  • Plus-size swimsuit with matching boyshorts
  • Nylon and spandex blend feels very comfortable
  • Quick-drying and removable bra padding
  • Thigh cellulite coverage with tummy-shaping wide waistband


  • Chest support is lacking
  • No adjustability of straps in case they’re loose

The following swimsuit not only covers cellulite thighs but also can be worn to a fancy dinner.

12. Begonia.K Women Plus Size Two Piece Swimwear

Begonia.K Women Plus Size Swimwear Two Piece Floral Printed Halter Swimdress Flowy Skirted Swimsuit

Not only is this Plus Size Two Piece Swimwear perfect for butt and thigh cellulite coverage but it’s also a very comfortable choice for pregnant women. The stretch or give in the stomach is the most generous in case you happen to be pregnant or have a big tummy in general.

Even the chest area is supportive enough for large breasts, but only if you size up. And if you think that maybe the bottoms don’t fit perfectly because let’s face it something has to go wrong, right? So if too good to be true is a concern, then worry not as the bottoms too fit like a dream.

100-percent polyester design means quick-drying, shape retention, durable, abrasion resistance, and a soft, comfortable fit. Plus, there’s the halter-style, deep V-shaped neck that looks very flattering and stylish indeed.

Once again, just be extra careful about the size chart – you may have to go up two sizes if your breasts are bigger than most.


  • Plus-size two-piece swimdress with thong shorts
  • Backless design with an adjustable back tie
  • Push-up padding and deep V, halter neck
  • High-stretch, quick-drying, comfortable polyester


  • Size up if your breast size is larger

Up next, I have a great swimsuit for all gals conscious about their tummies.

13. JOYMODE Women’s Swimwear One/Two Piece Skirtini Swimsuit

JOYMODE Women's Swimwear One/Two Piece Swimsuit Skirtini Swimdress

When buying clothes, least of all a swimsuit, online, it can be tricky because you don’t get to try it on, and then if it doesn’t fit, you have to exchange it and wait for the whole process to get over, right? So why not eliminate the possibility of exchanging this two-piece swimdress with boyshorts!

If anything, you’ll just regret buying only one and not another 1 or 2 in different colors. The boyshorts are sure to provide extra coverage for cellulite on your thighs. And these bottoms are attached to the top, which means no mom belly hanging out.

Feel free to take out the bra pads of course in case they happen to not fit the way you like. Most likely women with large breasts would do that to create a more accommodating and comfortable fit. Speaking of which, the whole swimwear is form-fitting, supportive, and holds the body to make it look very flattering.


  • Quick-dry nylon and easy-stretch spandex
  • Halter neck for adjustable, additional chest support
  • Attached boyshorts provide extra thigh coverage


  • Padding in the chest feels a little awkward

Here comes another similar bathing suit that works great to hide cellulite and a muffin top simultaneously.

14. Macy’s Plus Size Marais Twist-Front Swimdress

Macy's Plus Size Marais Allover-Slimming Twist-Front Swimdress

The final pick on my list of best swimsuits for cellulite thighs is this one-piece from Macy’s. It may be a bit over your budget, but the quality will leave you speechless – made from nylon and spandex, this bathing suit will be your true companion for many years.

Also, if you’re a bit conscious about your tummy, the skirt of this swimdress is made in the A-line fashion, with some flowy fabric around your muffin top. As a result, it easily conceals problematic areas around your waist, giving you the desired hourglass figure.

There are a couple of disadvantages, though – this swimdress doesn’t have adjustable straps, which means that if you buy the wrong size, it won’t feel comfortable. However, Macy’s can solve this problem for you – simply contact their stylist online, provide your measurements, and they will pick the best model for your body type.


  • Skirted bottom with attached brief.
  • Full bottom coverage.
  • Stretchy fabric.


  • Non-adjustable shoulder straps.

Best Swimsuits for Cellulite Thighs – Buying Guide

Alright, we’re done with my picks for thigh-covering swimwear; now, let’s understand how to pick the right one.

The model of the bathing suit is not the decisive factor for the purchase – you should also consider the material, bust support. and, of course, your personal preferences. I leave your style choices up to you, but let me share some recommendations regarding the first two factors to find the best swimsuits for your needs.

Types of bathing suits

Swimsuits come in different types, some of which will suit your figure, and others will not. To help you understand what choices you have, let’s take a look at all the options you have:

  • Bikini – a two-piece costume for women; the top features two triangles of fabric sewn together to cover the breasts, and the same goes for the bottom – the smaller triangle covers the pelvis but exposes the navel, and the bigger triangle covers the buttocks area.
  • Bandeau – consists of a tube top-like strapless top and a bikini bottom.
  • Halter – a style with a fixed triangle on each side of the top; the top comes together around the neck. This swimsuit type usually has thicker straps and good breast coverage.
  • Tankini – combines a tank top and a bikini bottom.
  • Swimdress – resembles a mini dress and has moderate thigh coverage.
  • Monokini – consists of a close-fitting bottom connected to the top with two thin straps.
  • Burkini – a swimsuit style that covers the entire body except for feet and face.
  • One-piece – a swimming costume that consists of one piece of fabric that covers your body from the shoulders to the bottom but leaves the thighs open.
  • High-neck – a swimsuit with a top that has a high round neckline, fully covering the breast area.
  • Plunge – a one- or two-piece swimsuit with a plunging neckline.
  • Wetsuit – a bathing suit with full or partial body coverage (knee-length) usually worn for surfing and similar activities.

With the swimsuit types clear, let’s move on to the materials you should consider.



Nylon, elastane, and lycra make up the majority of swimsuits everywhere, and these are the best materials to camouflage cellulite. If you’ve found a swimsuit made of polyamide, it’s the same as nylon. This combination of materials offers stretch and firmness. The nylon adds longevity while elastane and lycra add elasticity.

So this is what you’re supposed to keep in mind. Shape-retaining elasticity and long-term durability. Even if the swimsuit has strong seams and lining, always look for the right material. It will always be a good feature to fall back on for better and prolonged use.

Swimsuits with more nylon are stiff and oftentimes uncomfortable to wear. You can’t wear them for a long time. They may last longer because of the lack of elasticity so the fabric doesn’t stretch when you wear it. But if it’s not comfortable, you won’t wear it.

That’s why looking for a swimsuit with a flexible and yet firm structure is important. You should be able to get in and out of the swimsuit without trouble. The softness of elastane is great for you. It’s easier to wear and it retains its original shape after use.

And rather than sticking out, the swimsuit looks smooth and flattering on your body. Avoiding bulges near the openings such as under the arms, thighs, and back.

Another important factor to consider is the sheer fabric quality. Is the material slightly see-through? Especially after the swimsuit becomes wet. And the best way to figure this out is to look at more pictures of the swimsuit. Nylon and elastane blends are not see-through. But lycra might show on a bright day.

If something like this comes up, you should contact customer service for further assistance.

Bust Support

This depends on what you want your chest to look like. If you want it to be a bit more dramatic, consider a V-neckline. Most swimsuits have come up with cup inserts. These padded cups are thick and shaping. But they also add volume to your breasts to make them look bigger.

If you do not want your chest to look big, you can remove the padded cups. This is what most women with well-endowed breasts do. A non-padded bra is more accommodating of larger breasts. The firmness and elasticity of the swimsuit material offer adequate bust support.

However, not all padded inserts are designed the same. And so, they don’t always look seamless and feel supportive. You don’t want your swimsuit to show to others where the padding ends, right?

Lots of bad swimwear show the seams instantly. In order to avoid that, you could stick to darker colors. Or opt for an open-back design with or without a tie-back closure. This is the best way to not show you’re wearing padded cups. It takes the attention away from your chest instantly.

It’s All About Confidence


You could buy all the best swimsuits for cellulite thighs on my list and still not feel comfortable in them. Finding the right swimsuit is important but it also depends on your personal style and body shape.

For instance, wearing a bikini when you’re conscious about your thigh cellulite is a bad idea. Sooner or later you’ll start to feel uncomfortable and that’ll ruin your mood for the entire day.

What you need is proper coverage and support if you want to hide your thigh cellulite. Look for swimsuits with slightly longer lengths. Swimdresses that are sewn with boyshorts underneath to take the attention away from your thighs.

Once you find your ideal fit and style of swimsuit, you can feel confident and happy in it.

How to Reduce Cellulite On Thighs

It’s normal to have cellulite on your thighs and buttocks. And it’s also normal to feel embarrassed or shy about it. If your cellulite is getting in the way between you and your most favorite swimsuit. Then it’s about time you do something about it.

These helpful tips won’t get rid of your thigh cellulite forever! But they will make you feel better and sexier. By boosting blood flow to the skin and providing proper nourishment, your skin will glow and look smoother than ever!

1. Exercise Your Leg Muscles

Exercise Your Leg Muscles

The best place to start is to target the area where you have the most cellulite. If this is your thighs, then you must work your leg muscles. Strong and toned leg muscles reduce the lumpy appearance of cellulite. It can help make your skin look smooth, even, and glowing.

Do these leg exercises 2-3 times a week. It will definitely boost your cellulite-busting journey. Always include high-intensity workouts such as cardio, HIIT, cycling, etc. This helps burn fat faster so when you follow it up with leg exercises, it will improve your chances.

2. Improve Your Diet

Include raw fruits and vegetables in your diet for burning fat. They contain more fiber and less “refined” carbs. Fiber keeps you full for longer while cutting back calories. While “refined” carbs such as rice, bread, pasta, candy, etc. add more unhealthy fat. This leads to a higher caloric intake.

Stick to a diet that includes healthy carbs, protein, and healthy fats. A balanced meal will motivate you to stay healthier. And give you more stamina to increase the number of times you workout per week.

3. Massage Your Dimpled Skin

It’s always good to massage your body in areas where you have cellulite. It boosts blood flow, gets rid of toxins, and keeps your skin tight. Consult with a dermatologist for a proper massaging lotion and roller to get you started.

4. Use a Retinol Cream

Retinol cream improves the texture of the skin. You won’t see results overnight. But just like exercise and diet, it’s a slow but effective process. Consult with your doctor for the best retinol cream for dimpled, cellulite skin.

5. Always Wear Sunscreen

Even if you are at home, applying sunscreen is very important. It moisturizes your skin and protects you from UV rays. It also reverses skin aging due to undernourished skin. If you do not wear sunscreen, it can make your cellulite look worse.

6. Take Bioactive Collagen Peptides

Lots of women take vitamin supplements every day to improve overall health. For the improvement in cellulite, one study recommends taking bioactive collagen peptides. It’s an oral supplement that promotes skin health.

7. Use a Coffee Scrub

coffee scrub for cellulite

Massaging your thighs with a coffee scrub has natural exfoliating benefits. It improves your skin’s texture, elasticity, and helps get rid of dead skin cells. This method is backed by science to improve the skin’s overall texture and feel. But it’s not going to get rid of cellulite completely.

One way to make your own coffee scrub at home is with coffee grounds. Mix them with hot water and keep adding more grounds to achieve an exfoliator-like thickness. If you have dry and sensitive skin, you can also add coconut oil to make the mixture a bit creamy.

You can now use the homemade coffee scrub on your skin. Gently massage with your fingertips but no rubbing. The ideal time to use a coffee scrub on your cellulite thighs is 1-3 times per week.

You can also apply it as a mask and leave it on your skin for 7-10 minutes. Then wash it off a few times to get rid of the coffee stain.


We all want that perfect swimsuit that makes us feel good. If you have cellulite on your body, finding the right swimsuit style can get tricky. But having cellulite doesn’t and shouldn’t take away your confidence. Especially when wearing a swimsuit that’s appealing and revealing.

The COCOSHIP Vintage Sailor Pin-Up Swimsuit is an excellent choice for everyone. It’s a trending and attractive swimsuit. Featuring a supportive and stretchy fabric that doesn’t cause chafing. It’s the perfect style for someone with cellulite on thighs as it offers incredible coverage. It fits and feels like it’s designed just for you.

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