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How to Care for Your Butt

Written by Sylwia Wiesenberg

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Posted on July 04 2019

In the skincare world, all the attention is on your face. There are more moisturizers, serums, toners, eye creams, day creams, night creams, sheet masks, mud masks and sunscreens than anyone can use in a lifetime. However, when we focus only on one part of the incredible organ that is our skin, the rest can suffer. How often do we consider the gorgeous skin of our butts, one that is just as sensitive as a baby? One that gets acne, blemishes and wrinkles? When did we begin to half-ass our skin routine, and how can we fix it? 

Caffeine For Your Skin

Bawdy’s Slap It Retexturizing + Detoxifying Butt Sheet Mask has one key ingredient: caffeine. Like your morning cup of coffee, this revitalizes your skin so it looks as perky and fresh as you feel after a cappuccino. Caffeine is thought to dilate blood vessels which promotes blood flow. This extra blood flow can make the skin appear firmer and more full. There are even some studies that suggest this can help reduce the appearance of cellulite

Exfoliating Your Butt

Orange peel exfoliates to clear out acne and clogged pores, leaving your tush smooth as soft as a peach. Our Bawdy Slap It mask contains orange peel which contains citric acid. Citric acid is an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) which is a chemical exfoliator. A chemical exfoliator removes the dead skin cells from the surface of your skin so they don't clog your pores. When dead cells, combined with bacteria, clog your pores, it can cause folliculitis which leads to unsightly buttne. The citric acid in our Slap It masks will help prevent the formation of the red bumps. Spend a little time on your bed or couch to watch Netflix (we don’t judge) and let our mask do the work. 

Why Use Bawdy Beauty?

All of the ingredients Bawdy puts in our masks are natural, cruelty-free and safe for our planet. We’re already exposed to so many harsh chemicals and pollutants in our environment, so why would we put them on our skin? Make sure you always treat your body (and your skin) with love.