Dove’s New Bottles Were Designed after Different Body Shapes

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Dove recently launched their new collection of body washes based on different body shapes, with the aim of sending the message that every shape is beautiful.

The official statement from Dove:

Every woman’s version of beauty is different and, if you ask us, these differences are there to be celebrated. That’s what real beauty is all about – the unique things that set us apart from each other and make us one of a kind. We’ve championed this version of beauty for the past 60 years, and celebrated diverse women in our groundbreaking real beauty campaigns. But we wanted to bring this to life through our products, too. That’s why we’ve created a limited edition range of Dove Body Washes, designed to show how beauty is diverse and diversity is beautiful.

What do you think of this concept?

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Mayim Bialik: “There are some women who love to show off their cellulite and stretch marks”

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On how comfortable she is with her imperfections:

I’m very human about that. There was just a woman who showed her reverse transformation, going from a size 6 to a size 16 and how empowered she feels. Honestly, that’s totally great for those women. I don’t have those feelings about the “imperfections” of my body at all. I understand there are some women who love to show off their cellulite and stretch marks; I don’t feel empowered by that. I think that’s going to vary, and I think both things need to be OK. I don’t feel shamed. I grew up with a very different standard of beauty and attractiveness, as did many women my age. It takes a lot of adjusting for some of us to get used to this notion that all of a sudden things women were teased for and hated for I’m now supposed to flaunt. It’s just not how my brain’s going to work, but I think both things can be OK.

… says the 41 year-old Big Bang Theory actress.

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Baywatch’s Donna D’Errico (49) Had 4 Plastic Surgeries in a Day

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49 year-old Baywatch beauty Donna D’Errico recently went through a plastic surgery transformation and had 4 procedures in one day. The full story from Daily Mail:

“I feel really uncomfortable with the loose skin that hangs,” D’Errico said, adding: “I can almost tuck my skin [from my stomach] into my pants like a shirt and it’s not a good feeling.”

A few weeks ago, she turned to Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Obeng for four cosmetic procedures that she had over the course of just one day.

“My end goal is to be in my swimsuit and be out on the beach,” she said.

Inside Edition was there on the day of the surgery. D’Errico was extremely nervous.

Read: Would You Cleanse Your Face With Blood? Inside Donna D’Errico’s Unconventional Beauty Regimen

“I am panicking,” she said. “What if my heart stops?”

But despite her anxiety, she underwent the procedures: Liposuction on her stomach, arms and back; a tummy tuck, a butt enhancement and arm lifts.

Dr. Obeng was able to remove about two liters of fat during the liposuction, which he reinjected to round out her backside.

During the tummy tuck, he removed several inches of loose skin and tightened her skin around her ab muscles.

Read: Former Baywatch Star: I’ll Never Wear a Swimsuit on TV Again After Finding God

After four and a half hours, the surgeries were completed, and she was wrapped in tight bandages to reduce swelling.

Nine weeks later, the results are incredible.

During a beach photo shoot where she rocked a red bathing suit, D’Errico told Inside Edition that “it feels like a trip back in time.”

The total price tag of the procedure is just as astounding as her before-and-after photos: $55,000.

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Rashida Jones: “Beauty is so emotional for me — I eat my feelings”

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On her ‘awkward’ adolescence:

“Between 12 and 15, I was emotional, chubby and awkward. It was puberty and I was a work in progress. Thankfully I got to do that privately. It sucks now that kids have to decide how to represent themselves publicly at such a young age.”

On “Hollywood” beauty:

”I don’t like the idea that there is so much pressure on women to look a certain way in Hollywood. There are times when I feel myself buckling under that pressure. Beauty is so emotional for me — I eat my feelings.”

On her mom’s beauty approach:

”She has always been holistic about beauty — she puts on sunblock, drinks a ton of water, takes care of herself, meditates. I’m less strict, but I do meditate, eat well, work out. And I love being in nature with no mirrors — just trees and a good sweat.”

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Tracee Ellis Ross: “I identified with all these supermodels who were super thin”

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On being represented in the media:

I remember being very excited by Jennifer Lopez’s body. It was the first time I saw a woman with a similar shape to mine being celebrated as sexy… [growing up,] I was obsessed with Madonna, with Christy Turlington. I identified with all these supermodels who were super thin and didn’t have the curves I had. I was raised not to judge a book by its cover, so I wasn’t focused on the fact that I didn’t see a lot of people who looked like me. In hindsight, I understand how it affected [me].

On makeup versus no makeup:

There are times I put on tons of makeup; there are times I don’t. The larger conversation is about the idea that we have to manipulate ourselves to be lovable and worthy. My life has worth because of who I am as a human being, not because I am an object of desire. I’d love to be in a delicious, romantic relationship, but it is not the point of how I choose to look or feel beautiful.

… says 44 year-old Tracee in Good Housekeeping magazine.

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