I found this
very disturbing: bombastic tabloid-style writing in capital and the content is doubtful. If it was correct or close "does it really take something like 26 seconds for a body lotion to enter into bloodstream?", you select a lotion with very high level of fat -- now your heart will pump blood with a very high-level of fat, possible source for heart failure. If you have a dry skin and you put 40%-fat lotion to your skin, it makes it more flexible. I am very-very skeptical whether any fat gets into your bloodstream. I am new to things such as blood lipids (blood fats) and mechanisms how the body lotions really penetrate into the skin. How? And which factors determine the time and does any get actually into bloodstream and after which kind of processes by the body? Is this just a hoax?