Bum Bum Cream by Sol De Janeiro

Let’s be honest, we all are inspired by Brazil in one way or another. A beautiful with gorgeous people, good music, good food, good drinks … Hear the Samba music in the distance?

When it comes to beauty, Brazilian believe that you are as beautiful as you feel and in order to feel extra good, here is a new line of skin care products that will have you dancing all year round.

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Sol De Janeiro launches its line, concentrating on 3 areas Brazilians care about, their feet, their body hair (peach fuzz to be specific) and most importantly their bum bum (pronounced boom boom).

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My favorite! The Bum Bum cream, OMG the smell is heavenly delicious.

BRAZILIAN BUM BUM CREAM – $50.

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Throughout Brazilian beaches, the bum bums have it. Beautiful Brazilian bottoms have a special secret, a cream rich in guaraná, a native Amazonian plant whose fruit contains one of the most potent forms of caffeine on the planet. Together with cupuaçu butter, açaí and coconut oil, guaraná caffeine stimulates circulation and helps keep posteriors their smoothest, tightest and positively most pinchable. Recommended by tanga-wearers and admirers everywhere.

Instructions:
Massage in a circular motion to create warmth for better absorption and circulation. For your bum bum, legs, tummy, arms and all over.

Infused with naturally all-powerful Brazilian extracts:
Guaraná, according to Amazon legend, was as good as gold to the Sateré-Mawé tribe for the great vigor it provided during their hunts. With five times the caffeine of coffee, its powerful natural properties stimulate circulation, boost energy and smooth skin like no other.

Cupuaçu Butter was discovered by Amazonian tribal women as the wonder remedy for dry and damaged skin. The Amazon’s answer to shea butter, it’s chock full of fatty-acids, phytosterols and polyphenols, powerful ingredients to lock in moisture and help restore skin’s elasticity.

Açaí was the potent berry known to have saved Chief Itaki’s prosperous Amazonian tribe from malnourishment, so he named it after his daughter. Açaí, the antioxidant powerhouse packed into one superfruit, helps keep skin young.

Coconut Oil is all the rage now, but Brazilians have been enjoying their ample supply for centuries. Melts easily into skin to soften, condition and moisturize.

Brazil Nuts grow on trees along the banks of the Amazon, Negro and Tapejós Rivers. Long valued for the ability to strengthen the immune system, the seeds actually speed up cell regeneration— helping maintain skin’s firmness and elasticity. Today we know it’s because it has the highest concentration of the super mineral selenium, found in any food.

Guayusa is a native Amazonian power leaf, naturally packed with loads of caffeine and antioxidants. The leaf contains a distinctly synergistic blend of vitamins, minerals and fifteen essential amino acids, most importantly leucine.

Formulated Without: phthalates, parabens, animal by-products, propylene glycol, synthetic colors, PEGs, petrolatum

Fragrance Notes:
Top: pistachio, almond
Mid: heliotrope, jasmine petals
Dry: vanilla, salted caramel, sandalwood

About The Author

Stephane Marquet
Creative Director

First of all, excuse my French! … I was born in the South of France. Lived in Paris for 10 years and travelled the world until I moved to Los Angeles in 2008, because obviously recession was a great time to move to a new country! I also arrived around Halloween and was greeted at the Social Security offices by a nurse who directed to the window Number 6 so a witch could hand me my social security number. Welcome to America. I am a painter, a photographer and the creative director of BELLO mag.

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