Blog Posts by valrio2

  • User post: Cellulite Eliminator-Holy Crap This Stuff Really Works!

    When bathing suit season came around, I started the usual rounds at department stores in the active wear department trying on new bikinis. Then one day, while trying one on in a very well lit fitting room I saw the horror that was my butt! I'd always been insecure about my bottom, considering its' what some would call J.Lo size. So I was always opting to wear a cover up or shorts, but cellulite was never the motivation to cover up, until now.

    I had just recently started working out again, so I knew some of it would go away, but I thought further steps needed to be taken. I scanned the cellulite lotions and pretty much went for the cheapest that wasn't a no name brand, and the winner was Jergens Skin Firming lotion. The label says full results in six weeks with daily use but I've been using it inconsistently for only two weeks and can see a huge improvement. It's like someone Photoshopped all the bumps and dimples. And now I'm ditching the cover up all together. It's unreal how great

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  • User post: What Do Guys Really Think About Tattoos?

    So, since I could remember, I've wanted a phoenix tattoo. Even more so after one of my best friends got the cutest peacock tattoo very similar to this one between her shoulders. But I have always hesitated. Being the first of three daughters with a strict very old fashion father who thinks tattoos scream slut, w----, and any other expletives you can think of that mean "easy, makes you think twice.
    While I know my fathers opinion doesn't exactly compare to guys my age, it got me thinking. When a guy sees a gal with a tattoo, does that mean "Oh yeah, she's easy"? Or do they just think its trashy? Now believe me, even I think the average tramp stamp can look skanky, but what if it was the right size, image and location? For example, something like this phoenix on my wrist small enough to be covered by a large watch if need be.

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