Rodial Bum Lift assigned to Dept of Daft
According to Rodial 70% of women are unhappy about their butts. So what's new? I'd have to be feeling pretty desperate about my sagging derriere to fork out $130 for a handful of antioxidants and a peptide. And, frankly, I know I would just feel silly rubbing a special bum cream into my buttocks. But then I'm English and most things make me feel silly. Rodial isn't bashful about the claims it makes for Bum Lift: "Cellulite is reduced by a whopping 32% and thigh/buttock girth can be reduced by up to 3.8cm. The skin firmness is improved by 60% and stretch mark appearance is dramatically altered." It's hard to see how - although there is caffeine, which does help tighten skin.
On the other hand, it probably makes more sense than a butt bra. How do you put them? Or get them off for that matter? On second thoughts, please don't answer that.
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