As part of the healthy, realistic approach to reducing the appearance of cellulite that we like to promote, we keep an eye on the ‘cellulite’ headlines. Maybe you’ve read some of our cellulite headline busting posts. We like to keep on top of how cellulite is treated in the media because of how misleading the headlines can be, and to stay on top of trends and news that we can either pass along to you - or warn you about.
Our Cellulite Newsfeed Goes ‘Off the Hook’
Were we ever surprised when we checked the newsfeed this time. Eight of the top ten stories talked about pictures Demi Lovato posted to Instagram that revealed, in no particular order:
- “Extra fat” (gasp!)
- “Stretch marks” (double gasp!!)
- “Cellulite” (ohh nooo!!!)
And we’re not just talking about the weaselly sites that scrounge for low-lying gossip. Here are just a few of the sites that carried the story.
- Cosmopolitan - Demi Lovato Explains Why She Posted Those Cellulite Pics
- W Magazine - Demi Lovato Speaks Out About Loving Her Cellulite, Fat, and Stretch Marks in Body-Positive Posts
- The Ottawa Sun - Demi Lovato shows off 'stretch marks and extra fat' on Instagram
What Can You Take Away from All This Attention to Demi Lovato’s Cellulite?
It turns out there’s a reassuring body-positive message about embracing your ‘flaws’ in all of Ms. Lovato’s posts.
Say what you will about our celebrity-obsessed culture, but it’s tough to find fault with a reassuring message. Especially when that message is about living with cellulite, which so many of us find challenging.
“I decided to embrace my flaws and — I don't even like to call them flaws, it's just a part of who I am — and show the world that I'm imperfect, but that's what makes me beautiful."
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