“Vous aurez sûrement moins de cellulite en faisant de l’exercice et en mangeant correctement, mais il y a de grandes chances qu’elle ne disparaisse jamais complètement. Et c’est plus que normal!” Voici le message qu’a voulu faire passer l’influenceuse hollandaise Nienke Kampman en publiant le 11 juillet un photomontage sur Instagram. On découvre cette jeune femme au corps musclé en pantalon d’un côté du cliché et en short de l’autre, accompagné des mentions “fit” sur la première image et “not fit?” sur celle qui laisse apparaître la peau d’orange de ses cuisses découvertes.
“Depuis que je poste ce type de photos, je me suis aperçue que quelque chose ressortait dans les réactions des femmes. Beaucoup d’entre elles s’appuient sur la présence ou l’absence de cellulite pour mesurer leur forme physique”, dénonce celle qui raconte manger sainement, s’entraîner quatre fois par semaine et pour autant avoir de la cellulite. Et de conclure: “C’est juste une partie du corps humain dont il n’y a aucune raison d’avoir honte.”
‼️READ CAPTION‼️’ Since I’ve been posting these kind of pictures there was one thing that stood out and that’s the fact many women let cellulite define how fit (or not fit) they are..🤷🏼♀️ I know I also did. We tell ourselves we don’t exercise enough or eat healthy enough and look less lean and are less worthy because of the cellulite. We tell ourselves we can’t be “fit” because of the cellulite.😢 I work out a few years now, I train about 4 times a week and eat nutritious foods as much as I can, and I still have got cellulite (lipedema)! So let me tell you this ☝🏼” • First of all you’re definitely 100% not less worthy or beautiful when you’ve cellulite! You can reduce cellulite by exercising and eating the right foods, but there’s a big change it never really goes away🙋🏼♀️ And that’s more than okay! Because almost every women has it, some maybe more and some maybe less. It’s just a part of the human body and nothing to be ashamed about !!❤️❤️❤️ #bodypositive
“I have fat, I have cellulite (in my case also lipedema), I have an uneven skin, I have stretch marks but I AM none of these things. They don’t define me & they don’t make me think any less of myself”. Love these words from @aylish_rutherford because they describe exactly how it is and how we should think🙌🏼” • I just wanted to keep this post short and tell you girls that there’s nothing wrong with having those things, they’re just normal and a part of us women🙋🏼♀️ It’s so easy to get caught up in wanting the “perfect” smooth Instagram body, that we forget that it’s something impossible to achieve☝🏼And we often forget that those “perfect” bodies doesn’t even look like that in real life! ” • Please remember things like cellulite are completely normal and nothing to be ashamed for having!! So please don’t compare yourself to a “perfect” Instagram body. Love and accept yourself just the way you are, you’re beautiful!💕💕
Hello beautiful people💕 Social media and society made it so hard to love yourself with your “flaws”. Especially young girls see so much “perfect” photos on social media and in magazines, that they’re going to believe that you have to look like that to be beautiful 😪 So yes, it also took me quite some years, but I can say that I love my body just the way it is. I struggled so much with my cellulite (lipoedema) over the past years, but that didn’t make me any happier.😅 And when you look around (in real life) you’ll see that almost every girl/women/model has it.👀 That made me realise that it’s normal and that you aren’t less beautiful with it. It’s way more beautiful you’re happy and accepting yourself with them, then wishing you didn’t have them at all and be unhappy! 🤗💕
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