Cosmetic imperfections of celebrities
Being famous does not mean being perfect. And while most celebrities refuse to accept this fact and do their best to hide their flaws, others talk openly about their cosmetic problems.
A study of the American Academy of Dermatology shows that over 50% of adult women suffer from acne. Among them is the first African American beauty to win the title "Miss America" – now 53-year-old Vanessa Williams.
In her book "The body book", actress and former model Cameron Diaz admits that fighting acne is one of the biggest challenges that she has ever faced in terms of her looks.
Charming Hollywood actress and Oscar winner for best actress Reese Witherspoon does not hide that she has paid for each of her three pregnancies the cost of her tight bust.
Jessica Alba, one of the sexiest women in the world, according to the readers of Playboy, Maxim and FHM, shares that she is not ashamed of the stretch marks with which the pregnancy has marked her body.
Two-time winner of "Grammy" Liang Rimes fights since she was 2 years of age with the unpleasant disease psoriasis, characterized by the appearance of red spots on the skin covered by silvery scales.
In one episode of "Keeping up with the Kardashians" the richest reality star in the world Kim Kardashian shows the viewers the affected by psoriasis skin on her feet.
Awarded with prestigious awards, theater and film actress Cynthia Nixon, suffers from chronic inflammation of the skin and speaks openly about her problem, being an ambassador of the American Society of rosacea.
Only 25 years old, Manchester United’s star Wayne Rooney faced serious hair loss. After undergoing costly hair transplantation, the footballer published his picture on Twitter and jokingly asked his fans to recommend a styling gel.
Although ranked among the 100 hottest women of all times, supermodel Cindy Crawford is not insured against the appearance of cellulite. However, the beauty does not hide her orange peel skin and confidently displays her body on the beach.
Not long ago, fluffy Ashley Graham broke fashion stereotypes, appearing on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Shi is the first "plus-size" model that enjoys such honor and openly states that she loves her body, despite of the "excess" weight and cellulite.
Honored with his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Bruce Willis commented that he likes to wear wigs on stage, but feels no need for them in real life, as the baldness doesn’t make him feel less manly than before.
Known for her many professional incarnations, one of the most influential persons in the world Tyra Banks is famous also for her painful honesty. The beauty with caramel complexion has repeatedly stated that she is far not perfect and that she has cellulite and dandruff.
It would be wise to follow the example of the celebrities and instead of hiding our aesthetic imperfections to put some effort to correct them. In this respect, the products of Aroma could be very efficient assistants against acne, stretch marks, cellulite, hair loss and dandruff.