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La nouvelle tendance sur Instagram? Montrer sa cellulite avec #cellulitesaturday (VIDÉO)

02/12/2016 10:12 EST | Actualisé 02/12/2016 11:20 EST

Connaissez-vous #cellulitesaturday, la nouvelle tendance sur Instagram? C'est le nouveau hashtag d'acceptation de son corps avec son pourcentage de cellulite. Parce que oui, nous serions plus de 75 % nous les femmes à avoir de la cellulite et cela n'a rien à voir avec le poids.

Comment ce mouvement est-il né?

D'une blogueuse canadienne Kenzie Brenna, fervente défenseuse de la diversité corporelle, qui a lancé ce mouvement, encourageant les femmes à dévoiler sans filtres ni honte leur cellulite, ces amas de gras qui se logent sous la peau.

Voici Kenzie Brenna ci-dessous


Oh wow cellulite in one of my fav yoga positions! 😂🙈 #dasme Hope you guys are having a rad weekend, looking forward to all your #cellulitesaturday posts! Remember to actually tag me in your post (sometimes if you just @ me it disappears ☹️) •90% of women have cellulite •It is not an indication of health, stamina or athleticism •It is okay to have ✨✨✨✨✨✨🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷 Felt soooo pretty in my new @aerie bra! 😍 It felt wrong putting a shirt on this morning and leaving for work lol. Love your marshmallow sculpted body, cause I sure do. #loveyourself #youarebae #beyourownkindofbeautiful (And because I got an insane amount of hate last weekend on my pic, please don't engage those people! Just move on, no matter what fucked up shit they might say, I'll get around to deleting it later 💕💕💕💕) #aeriereal

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Les types de cellulite

Il existe trois types de cellulite. La cellulite adipeuse, fibreuse et œdémateuse. Alors que la première est plutôt discrète et facile à « camoufler », la seconde est plus dure, se forme surtout autour des hanches et rend la peau sensible au toucher. La troisième est la plus rare et se caractérise par la formation d’un œdème sous la peau.

« On ne connaît pas la cause exacte de la cellulite. » Dr Renaud St-Laurent, médecin généraliste et directeur médical des réseaux Epiderma, met tout de suite cartes sur table : il est impossible de se débarrasser complètement de la cellulite et ne sait pas exactement ce qui la cause. « On peut l’améliorer, mais on ne pourra jamais la faire disparaître. C’est un combat perpétuel », indique-t-il.


So today was an unsuccessful shopping day. Nothing fit. Terrible dressing room lighting made me feel lumpy and squishier than normal and the itty bitty shitty committee (as my therapist says) started creeping in. I might not be where I want to be, but I refuse to let a bad shopping experience lower my self esteem and worth because I know I've worked hard and continually fight everyday to be better than those demons. So how do you combat these negative thoughts? You put on an outfit you know you can rock the hell out of and you just embrace yourself as you are in this moment and love yourself any way. And tell that committee not today demons, not today ✋🏼 Because your worth and value and meaning to society is not determined by the texture and look of your thighs or tummy. Jumping in on the #cellulitesaturday trend because I refuse to let something as common and as silly as cellulite make me feel less of myself. I refuse to let a size or terrible fit of pants make me think I haven't been trying hard enough or that I'm still where I started. You are so much more than what you look like or what pant size you are. Love yourself today, as you are, and compliment the heck out of your efforts and determination that you're on a journey to becoming you best self. Pat yourself on the back babes, you're doing a great job. Never let something like cellulite or muffin top or a bad shopping experience make you feel less of yourself. Those things do not define you unless you let them. Be better than those demons. Embrace the journey. Compliment your efforts and determination. Admire the positive things. And above all, love WHO you are today, who you become tomorrow, and always. Always know you're enough as you are today and you're worthy of being so much more than defined by your outward being. You are not a number or a size or a look 🙅🏼 You are intelligent and loving and strong and so much more. You're beautifully YOU 🌿💕

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Self love is not a destination. 📍 It's not like one day you arrive and the pursuit is over, and you just stop.🚫 Quite the contrary. And sometimes it won't feel like you're getting anywhere. Which is why you have to celebrate EVERY victory. 🎉🎉Every little thing that you have made the choice to do differently in order to open yourself up for self love. Like not feeling guilty about eating something. Eating in front of other people. Saying yes to an invite. Wearing shorts. Having your arms out. Asking for help. Not weighing yourself. Not avoiding the mirror. Choosing love over hate. Not feeling like it's your fault. Whatever it is, just let it sink in that YOU DID THAT!💕💖 On the flip side, the journey to self love will have many set backs, many times when you choose struggle over advancement. Many times you'll find yourself swirling down into that really scary pit you used to be in. 🌪 But you are strong. 💪And you have victories to remind you that you HAVE changed. 👏🏻And once you do something you've never done before, you're never the same. It can never be taken away from you. Even when you get there, to a place in your mindset that loving comes easy...even then you can't stop.👊🏻 I am not immune to bad days, triggers, obsessive thoughts, relapses, questions of my value...there will always be something new to try to continue to push you outside your comfort zone. And when you get the opportunity, just say yes, and the celebrate!💥 Sending lots of love! Just do you babes🙏🏻 Xoxo Allie

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Hey babes!! Happy #cellulitesaturday !! I don't want to underestimate the importance of this work. To normalize all bodies as good bodies. I remember noticing my cellulite at a very young age and feeling like there was something so wrong with me. I would seek to find it on others and any time I saw it I felt a little bit more normal, a little bit more accepted, a little bit more lovable. My message today is short and sweet. I've spent years unlearning the hate towards this facet of my body, and part of that process was learning that I wasn't the only one with dimples on my thighs. I just hope that by helping pioneer this movement along side my gal @omgkenzieee and so many others willing to get totally uncomfortable to do what's hard...that we can empower women and girls in a world that wants to tell them how to fix everything that's "wrong" by showing them what it looks like to embrace everything that is so right. So much love and as always, just do you babes! Xoxo Allie

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Les mannequins dits "taille plus" stars


INOLTRE SU HUFFPOST

Ces femmes font magnifiquement la promotion de la diversité corporelle