Summer bodies are made in winter, so the saying goes.
But no matter how hard I workout, one thing I can never improve is the appearance of cellulite.
I know it is a perfectly natural and healthy part of my body, but that doesn’t mean I wouldn’t mind if it was a little less... dimply.
Which was why when I spoke to a cosmetic nurse from Sydney who had created a range of skincare products to help diminish cellulite, I was keen to put it to the test.
Kirsty Bronner, from Sydney, launched The Booty Co last year and women have been raving about it online since.
One woman even shared her impressive before and after snaps, claiming two weeks of consistent use helped even out skin tone and smooth her skin.
BOOBY TAPE PINK CLAY BREAST MASK
The brains behind the sticky tape that can replace your bra have recently released a range of skincare products for your boobs – but it is this clay mask that has everyone talking. This product appears to be adored by a string of influencers and as such, has been popping up all over my Insta-feed. But the cynic in me wasn’t game at first, asking: Do we really need ANOTHER place on our bodies to mask?
Well yes actually, turns out we do. Just like a pink clay mask for your face, this product draws out impurities in the skin without stripping it. After applying on my breasts and washing off 10 minutes later in the shower, I discovered it was something I should have done earlier. My skin instantly looked much brighter and felt firmer. But the best part was how soft the area was, it felt so smooth and silky. It even removed a pesky blackhead I’d not been able to get at too. My boobs have honestly never looked or felt better. Now I understand what all those bathroom selfies were in aid of.
Booby Tape skin was inspired by the notion that women have been dedicated to looking after their skin for decades however have neglected their decloitage/breast area. Why stop at your neck? your boobies deserve some care too!
The Booby Tape Skin line is devoted entirely to the breast and decolletage area, promoting and encouraging women all over the world to add breast care into their everyday skincare routine.
Written by Rebekah Scanlan, news.com.au