Now it’s been a while since I’ve done a product review so it’s about time I write one! This summer I fell in love… with a body butter that smells absolutely gorgeous. It’s called Hawaiian Tropic After Sun Body Butter Exotic Coconut.
I have had cellulite as long as I can remember. My skin is pale and not very thick so all the fat just shines through it. You can imagine, it’s not a pretty sight. The thing is though that I’m actually quite OK with it.
Did you know that 80 – 90 % of women have cellulite? And about 10 % of men.
So if you have cellulite you’re not alone 🙂 It’s normal, almost every woman has it and as we get older we really don’t even worry about it that much anymore.
However, I do think that we are intrigued by cellulite and that’s why I decided to write this article. In this post I will tell you:
- what cellulite is
- why you have it (unless you’re one of the lucky ones that don’t have it)
- how you can get rid of it – is it possible?
Do you have eczema, contact dermatitis, rash or other skin irritation and don’t know what’s causing it? There could be several reasons and you’ve probably considered a lot of them by now. There’s one trigger that you might not have heard of. It’s called methylisothiazolinone.
Read on to find out what it is and what it does.
Do you know that scaly skin that some people have in their legs when their skin is so dry? I have that. Or more like, I had that. I have a very dry skin, especially in the winter when it’s cold. My skin becomes so dry and it’s often itchy. My skin is also prone to eczema so I’m always looking for a good moisturizer.
I think I found out about Aveeno Skin relief moisturising lotion on another website some years ago when I was looking for recommendations on a body lotion for a dry skin. I heard this one being recommended even by doctors for people with eczema or sensitive skin. I’ve been hooked since.