Sol de Janeiro Bum Bum Cream Is a Favorite for Fighting Cellulite

first_img– Advertisement – Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services.Our skin is, well, unreliable to say the least. It’s fickle, and it’s almost always trying to drag us down. Like, literally — it sags over time. Our face is enough of an issue, and many of us have 10-step skincare routines to get a handle on that, but what about the rest of our body? Our legs, stomach, arms, booty and more still have to deal with dryness and signs of aging, and they’re also burdened with the addition of cellulite, stretch marks, razor burn and more!- Advertisement – Get the Brazilian Bum Bum Cream in three different sizes starting at just $10 at Sol de Janeiro! Subscribe to save!This bestselling cream is cruelty-free, vegan, gluten-free, paraben-free, sustainably sourced and made in the USA. Curious about its powerhouse ingredients? A top performer for smoothing and tightening skin is the guaraná extract. Rich in caffeine and antioxidants, it may stimulate microcirculation for fast results. It’s joined by deeply hydrating cupuaçu butter, nourishing coconut oil and protective açaí oil and Brazil nut oil to help protect the skin from future troubles.To use this luscious Bum Bum cream, simply take a dollop and massage it in a circular motion on skin, creating warmth to invite better absorption. You can use it on your own bum bum, of course, but feel free to use it anywhere else you want. The scent and feeling are pretty addictive, so just try not to use the whole tub in one go. A little goes a long way! See it!Get the Brazilian Bum Bum Cream in three different sizes starting at just $10 at Sol de Janeiro! Subscribe to save!Looking for something else? Shop more body care here and check out everything else at Sol de Janeiro here!Check out more of our picks and deals here!This post is brought to you by Us Weekly’s Shop With Us team. The Shop With Us team aims to highlight products and services our readers might find interesting and useful, such as face masks, self tanners, Lululemon-style leggings and all the best gifts for everyone in your life. Product and service selection, however, is in no way intended to constitute an endorsement by either Us Weekly or of any celebrity mentioned in the post.The Shop With Us team may receive products free of charge from manufacturers to test. In addition, Us Weekly receives compensation from the manufacturer of the products we write about when you click on a link and then purchase the product featured in an article. This does not drive our decision as to whether or not a product or service is featured or recommended. Shop With Us operates independently from advertising sales team. We welcome your feedback at [email protected] Happy shopping! According to the brand, one tub of this Bum Bum (pronounced “boom boom”) cream is sold every 28 seconds. Shoppers love it so much, they’ve given it a collective 4.9/5 rating. They say it’s “worth every penny” and that it’s “by far the most effective product [they’ve] found for [their] cellulite.” Numerous reviews even said they saw “less cellulite after one use.” Reviewers say it “works wonders for stretch marks too.” On top of all of that, “the scent of this cream is more than delicious”!If you mention this award-winning cream to a fellow skincare lover, one of the first things they’ll probably say is, “OMG, doesn’t it smell amazing?” Shoppers are so obsessed with the tropical scent that Sol de Janeiro even made it into a perfume! The scent is called Cheirosa ’62, and it’s filled with notes of pistachio, almond, salted caramel, sandalwood, vanilla and more! See it!- Advertisement – Luckily, we don’t necessarily need to splurge and layer up on 10 different products in order to properly take care of the majority of our body’s skin. Just one really fantastic one might do the trick, and according to over 14,000 reviewers on Sol de Janeiro’s site alone, the famous Brazilian Bum Bum Cream is The One!brazilian-bum-bum-creamSol de JaneiroSee it!Get the Brazilian Bum Bum Cream in three different sizes starting at just $10 at Sol de Janeiro! Subscribe to save!- Advertisement –last_img read more

General Motors (GM) earnings Q3 2020

first_imgGeneral Motors CEO Mary Barra speaks to the news media June 12, 2018 in Detroit, Michigan.Bill Pugliano | Getty Images Cox Automotive estimated the U.S. sales pace at 15.3 million in the third quarter, which should allow GM to outperform those projections.GM reported an adjusted pretax profit of $3 billion, or $1.72 earnings per share, in the third quarter of 2019. Revenue was $35.47 billion.Both Ford Motor and Fiat Chrysler beat Wall Street’s expectations on better-than-expected demand for trucks and SUVs in North America. Those are segments GM has substantial market shares of as well.- Advertisement – General Motors is set to report its third-quarter earnings before the bell on Thursday. Here’s what Wall Street is expecting, based on average analysts’ estimates compiled by Refinitive.Adjusted EPS: $1.38Revenue: $35.51 billionFormer CFO Dhivya Suryadevara told investors in July that the automaker expected the third quarter to be “slightly stronger” than the fourth quarter. She unexpectedly left GM for digital payments company Stripe in August. Suryadevara said if the monthly sales pace during the second half of the year was 14 million, investors should expect a pretax profit of $4 billion to $5 billion through the fourth quarter. In that scenario, GM expected to generate free cash flow of $7 billion to $9 billion. Suryadevara declined to release official guidance at the time, citing fluidity due to the coronavirus pandemic.- Advertisement – GM’s U.S. vehicle sales were down 17.4% heading into the fourth quarter, including a decline of 9.9% in the third quarter. That compared to a 5% declineGM’s shares remain down by about 3% so far this year, despite a 16.7% increase in the stock price in October.This story is developing. Please check back for updates.center_img – Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

Trump supporters in Pennsylvania are furious, and they’re not going away.

first_imgNo evidence exists of fraud, deception or criminality in the tallying of absentee ballots that piled up during the worst health crisis to hit the nation in a century. The state’s Republican-controlled legislature refused to allow those ballots to be processed as they came in, compounding the delays until the race was called on Saturday.But Mr. Tippie, a retired truck driver who imbibed the president’s words partly through Fox News, agreed with Mr. Trump and his surrogates that the election was being stolen before their eyes. He lives in Nanty Glo, Pa., in the interior of the state that the so-called elites in Philadelphia sometimes call “Pennsyltucky.” To Mr. Tippie, Mr. Biden is “a total fool,” his running mate, Kamala Harris, is “a very scary woman,” and a Biden presidency would be both illegitimate and disastrous. – Advertisement – PITTSBURGH — Like many Trump supporters, Dennis Tippie watched the steady tallying of votes that wiped away the president’s early lead in Pennsylvania, not with a faith that democracy was playing out but with dark and rising anger.“If he does end up with that number of electoral votes,’’ he said of President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr., who is on his way to the White House thanks to Pennsylvania on Friday, “he would have gained them through fraud, deception and simple criminality.’’- Advertisement – – Advertisement –center_img Instead, Mr. Biden will inherit a country where many Americans are already backed into mutually hostile corners. It threatens the president-elect’s most basic campaign pledge: to unite Americans, to move past divisiveness as a governing strategy, to heal the “soul of the nation.”“I think we’re a long way from unifying the country, and I’m sure that Trump will continue to work on dividing us,” said Catherine Lalonde, the chairwoman of the Democratic Party in Butler County, a blue-collar region in western Pennsylvania.“I don’t believe his supporters will accept Biden’s win and wouldn’t even if it were a larger margin,” she added. “I have a feeling that all the Trump flags and signs will stay put until they disintegrate.” While Mr. Biden pulled off major successes in flipping Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania back to Democrats, and achieved the rare ouster of an incumbent, he did not notch the landslide demolishment of Mr. Trump that many Democrats had yearned for, despite leading in the popular vote by more than four million.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Emirates Group slumps to US$3.8bn six-month loss | News

first_img“This has helped us recover our revenues from zero to 26 per cent of our position same time last year.”Overall capacity during the first six months of the year declined by 67 per cent to 9.8 billion available tonne kilometres (ATKM) due to a substantially reduced flight programme over the past months. Capacity measured in available seat kilometres (ASKM), shrunk by 91 per cent, while passenger traffic carried measured in revenue passenger kilometres (RPKM) was down by 96 per cent. Average passenger seat factors fell to 39 per cent, compared with last year’s pre-pandemic figure of 81 per cent.Emirates carried 1.5 million passengers between April 1st and September 30th, down 95 per cent from the same period last year. Al Maktoum added: “We have been able to tap on our own strong cash reserves, and through our shareholder and the broader financial community, we continue to ensure we have access to sufficient funding to sustain the business and see us through this challenging period. “In the first half of 2020-21, our shareholder injected US$2 billion into Emirates by way of an equity investment and they will support us on our recovery path.” The group – which includes Emirates Airline and dnata – reported revenue of AED13.7 billion (US$ 3.7 billion) for the first six months of 2020-21, down 74 per cent from AED53.3 billion (US$ 14.5 billion) during the same period of 2019.This reversal in fortunes was due to the Covid-19 pandemic, which brought global air passenger travel to a halt for many weeks as countries closed their borders and imposed travel restrictions. As part of pandemic containment measures, Emirates hub in Dubai also suspended scheduled passenger flights for eight weeks during April and May.- Advertisement – OlderSO/ Moscow set for 2023 opening in Russia Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, chief executive of Emirates Airline and Group, said: “We began our current financial year amid a global lockdown when air passenger traffic was at a literal standstill. “In this unprecedented situation for the aviation and travel industry, the Emirates Group recorded a half-year loss for the first time in over 30 years.“As passenger traffic disappeared, Emirates and dnata have been able to rapidly pivot to serve cargo demand and other pockets of opportunity. – Advertisement – – Advertisement – Emirates Group has announced a net loss of AED14.1 billion (US$ 3.8 billion) for the first six months of financial year.The figure is down from a profit of AED862 million (US$ 235 million) for the same period last year.- Advertisement – NewerHotel investors eye Cambridge deals moving into 2021last_img read more

Katherine Schwarzenegger Having ‘Hard’ Time Sleeping After Birth

first_imgPratt, 41, showed his support for his wife’s candid interview, commenting, “I like your outfit you look so good honey.”He and the Maverick and Me author tied the knot in June 2019 in California. The actor was previously married to Anna Faris, and they share 8-year-old son Jack.Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! – Advertisement – The Rock What You’ve Got author went on to chat with Bella about the former professional wrestler’s postpartum depression battle, continuing the conversation that Schwarzenegger started for her Instagram followers last month.“I did [my postpartum depression screening], and I was talking to my doctor and she was saying to me she has never seen such levels of postpartum depression and postpartum anxiety in her patients and just overall for people who are pregnant and have recently had a baby during this COVID time,” Arnold Schwarzenegger’s daughter told Dr. Christine Sterling in October. “I thought that was really interesting and, of course, makes sense because everyone is experiencing different feelings right now whether you’ve had a baby or not.”- Advertisement – Too tired. Katherine Schwarzenegger has been struggling to sleep since welcoming her and Chris Pratt’s daughter, Lyla, in August.“You definitely have moments where it’s harder some days than it is other days,” the Gift of Forgiveness author, 30, said in a Thursday, November 12, Instagram Live with Nikki Bella. “You have [days] of feeling bad with a partner or wanting to make everything good again. For me, it’s also like if you want to get so many things done, [you should] sleep when the baby sleeps. [But] I don’t know how you do that. How does anything get done that you want to get done during the day?”Katherine Schwarzenegger Is Having a Really Hard Time With Sleep Deprivation After Daughters BirthKatherine Schwarzenegger and Chris Pratt at the “Avengers: Endgame” premiere at the Los Angeles Convention Center on April 22, 2019. Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP/Shutterstock- Advertisement – The Los Angeles native added that she has “not been able to do that” since becoming a mom. “It’s really hard and then you need to catch up on your sleep obviously.”Bella, 36, agreed, telling the “Dog That Changed Me” podcast host that she hasn’t slept “in three months” since her and Artem Chigvtintsev’s son, Matteo, arrived in July. “Aren’t you ever like, ‘How am I doing this?’” she joked.Schwarzenegger agreed, but said that when her baby girl smiles at her at “four in the morning,” she realizes everything is “fine.”- Advertisement –last_img read more

Claisse planning BHA discussion following light issue | Racing News

first_imgOfficials at Cheltenham will consult with the British Horseracing Authority to see if anything can be done to prevent a repeat of the light issues that affected the final race on Saturday’s card.The closing mares’ bumper was staged in murky conditions and following a thrilling finish, a dead heat was called between Harry Fry’s Ishkhara Lady and the Dan Skelton-trained Elle Est Belle.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – However, the dwindling light at the course made the official photo hard to read, prompting some outcry about the result on social media, and clerk of the course Simon Claisse is keen to avoid a repeat of the situation if possible.“The judge can only do so much in those conditions,” he said.“We’ll be looking to see if there’s anything we can do to help minimise the risk to stop these things happening.- Advertisement – He told Racing TV: “There are all sorts of factors to bear in mind and betting turnover increases throughout the afternoon. It’s not as simple as saying ‘why don’t you start earlier’.“We’ll take a look at it with the British Horseracing Authority in the weeks to come. If there’s anything we can do to reduce the risk of these things happening, we’ll certainly look at it.“The race times are set by the BHA, in conjunction with the racecourses, but if we started earlier, someone else would be going later, so you may end up just pushing the issue from one racecourse to another.” “Our race schedule is really based around ITV and we’re very lucky to have them here – it’s not the simple matter of starting earlier and getting the racing under way and finished before sunset.“At the minute the rules say 15 minutes before sundown, which was 4.18pm yesterday, so we were in plenty of time. It was just one of those unfortunate sets of circumstances when it turned very dark because of the heavy rain.”Claisse said there are a number of issues preventing them from just starting at an earlier time.- Advertisement –last_img read more

USDA confirms first pandemic H1N1 finding in US pigs

first_imgOct 19, 2009 (CIDRAP News) – The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) today confirmed the pandemic H1N1 flu virus in a sample from a Minnesota pig, marking the first detection of the virus in pigs in the United States.Suspected positive samples from pigs at the Minnesota State Fair were first reported by the USDA on Oct 16. The findings were confirmed by the USDA’s National Veterinary Services Laboratories in Ames, Iowa, according to today’s USDA press release. The release mentioned just one positive sample but said others were still being tested.Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said the USDA has reminded its trading partners that several international organizations emphasize that there is no scientific basis to restrict the trade of pork and pork products. “People cannot get this flu from eating pork or pork products. Pork is safe to eat,” he said in the press release.The USDA said that an infection in a show pig doesn’t suggest that commercial herds are infected, because the two types of swine activities typically operate independently and don’t involve the same personnel or animal stock.The National Pork Producers Council (NPPC), in a statement today, reiterated that pork is safe to eat and handle and that the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has said flu viruses can’t be transmitted through food, including pork.The sample that tested positive was collected at the Minnesota State Fair in August in a research project conducted by the University of Iowa and the University of Minnesota. The 2-year-old project, supported by the CDC, was designed to document flu viruses where humans and pigs interact, such as fairs and other exhibitions. The pig barn at the fair is a popular attraction, partly because the state’s biggest pig is on display.Three of 103 samples from pigs at the fair had come up positive in preliminary tests by the university researchers, the Minnesota Department of Agriculture reported on Oct 16.Today’s USDA announcement adds to the growing list of countries that have detected the pandemic virus in pigs. In early May, the virus was found for the first time in pigs in Alberta, Canada. Though an infected worker was thought to have spread the virus to the pigs, the connection was never confirmed. Other countries—such as Australia, Ireland, and most recently Norway—have more definitively linked infections in pig herds to infected workers.The American Association of Swine Veterinarians (AASV) said on Oct 16 that several children who stayed in a Minnesota State Fair dormitory at the time the pigs were tested got sick with flulike illnesses and were went home, though there is no known link between the pigs and the children. A record number of people, about 1.8 million, attended the fair this year, though it is not known how many of them toured the swine barn.According to CDC influenza surveillance reports, flu activity in Minnesota increased from sporadic to regional during the last part of August and into the first days of September when the state fair took place.This summer some states announced extra measures to protect pigs from contracting the virus from sick fairgoers. For example, agriculture officials in North Carolina urged people to wash their hands before entering the fair exhibits to protect the pigs from the virus. They also asked sick people to avoid fairs and advised fair managers to add 6-foot barriers to separate animals from people.The AASV recommends that swine workers receive seasonal and novel H1N1 vaccines and that producers observe good on-farm biosecurity. It also advises that producers continue immunizing their pigs against influenza, support the USDA’s surveillance program, and submit samples when pigs show flu-like signs. It urges farmers not to ship sick animals to slaughter until clinical symptoms resolve.The NPPC also renewed its plea for pork producers to tighten their biosecurity protocols to protect pigs from the virus, including restricting public access to barns.See also:Oct 19 USDA press releaseOct 19 NPPC press releaseOct 16 AASV statementOct 16 Minnesota Department of Agriculture release State Fair Web site read more

Jadrolinija announced a temporary sailing schedule on local lines

first_imgRecommendations for travelers to prevent the spread of coronavirus – Avoid paying in cash and use bank cards In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus from Jadrolinija, they informed passengers to follow the following instructions: – when arriving at the point of sale, keep a distance of 2 meters from other passengers – from 19 March 2020 on high-speed lines, all prepaid account users and islanders with the right to free transport do not have to go to the agency but can board the ship directly. Warning to passengers to buy tickets – you buy travel tickets along the way online sales or mJadrolinija mobile applications We also enclose the sailing schedule from Stinica to the island of Rab from Rapska plovidba.center_img Pursuant to the Decision of the Civil Protection Headquarters of the Republic of Croatia on measures to restrict public transport in liner coastal maritime traffic, a Decision was made to reduce the number of trips on state ferry lines and to temporarily abolish certain ferry lines. Also, Jadrolinija points out that regardless of the purchased ticket, ferry or boat from the mainland or from the island to the island, only passengers with island cards or a certificate of permanent residence on the island, and employees of public and communal services and trucks registered in RH. – during the trip (if it is less than 60 minutes), please stay in your vehicles, and in case of departure we recommend the use of protective masks. Travelers from the island to the mainland have no restrictions, but a return ticket on the island can only be purchased by the above categories of users.Passengers who do not meet the above conditions, and have purchased tickets, will be refunded according to the General Terms and Conditions of Jadrolinja. See the temporary sailing schedule on local lines HERE Photo: Jadrolinijalast_img read more