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Apparently it is pronounced Boom Boom, but I am sticking with the way I say Sol de Janeiro Brazilian Bum Bum Cream, which is exactly how it reads! But forget how you say it, you need to smell it because it’s so gorgeous!! Here’s the low down!
So this luxurious, delicious, irresistible body cream was inspired by the Brazilians’ favourite part of the body, the bum (bum!). It has been formulated to smooth, tighten and get you glowing. This is a serious feel-good tub of gorgeousness!
Sol de Janeiro Brazilian Bum Bum Cream Features
- Rich in guarana, a native Amazonian plant fruit which has one of the most potent forms of caffeine
- Powered by Brazilian blend of nourishing cupuacu butter, antioxidant acai & conditioning coconut oil
- Fast absorbing texture
- Mica to give the skin a glow
- Improves circulation and tightens skin
- Scented with pistachio caramel
This stuff smells so good! I think if you smelt it, you’d want to buy it instantly. So don’t smell it unless you are prepare to part with some cash. When you mention Sol de Janeiro Brazilian Bum Bum Cream, the first people comment on is how amazing it smells. Also the texture is lovely. It is thick and creamy, yet melts easily into the skin and really is a pleasure to use.
You are supposed to massage this into the skin in circular motions to create warmth, which aids absorption and circulation. And should add, it’s not for just your bum bum. I slapped it on all over and loved it! It leaves skin soft, smooth and smelling great, and you feel kind of exotic!
Sol de Janeiro Brazilian Bum Bum Cream is £18 for 75ml and £44 for 250ml and it is available HERE and HERE. The tub I have featured is the larger size (yay!!). The US have the Brazilian Crush Fragrance Mist, I really hope we get that in the UK.
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