An Instagram influencer has shared how she’s regaining her body confidence with cellulite removal surgery – after brutal trolls said she looked like she had a ‘hole’ in her legs.
She has now spoken openly about her struggle with cellulite, and how she publicly considers it a nuisance.
The body positive influencer has over 1.1 million followers on Instagram and is known for flaunting her curves
Deborah Porto, 34, from Brazil has revealed that she is undergoing cellulite removal surgery after countless hateful comments from strangers
Several Trolls Told Her That Her Feet Looked Like They Were ‘Filled With Holes’ Deborah Decided It’s Time To ‘Divorce’ Her Cellulite
‘It’s like marrying someone we don’t love. I’ve tried everything to get rid of it and I haven’t found a way that works,’ Deborah said.
Despite her confident personality, the model revealed more about how cellulite had left her to hide — especially after people commented on her appearance, including a member of the changing room staff .
She said: ‘I like to wear short dresses and I’ve never had a problem with it, but on my body it draws a lot more attention than a single piece on a thinner body.
‘For example, I went to buy a dress and the saleswoman at a department store said it wouldn’t look good on me. I was upset, but I thought the look was beautiful and I took it anyway. Who is she who says it won’t look good on my body?
‘Sometimes women don’t dare to wear a dress or a bikini because they feel unattractive or bad about themselves.’
Deborah Was So Excited To Remove Her Cellulite She Even Made A Special Cake To Celebrate
The model said that she has tried everything to get rid of her cellulite but nothing has worked and while she appears confident on social media, she has admitted that she struggles with confidence. Is
Although strangers often approach Deborah with judgment, that doesn’t stop them from wearing what suits her best.
She said: ‘I wear a top and shorts to the gym, street and supermarket and I love it, until I hear lewd comments and discriminatory looks from women.
‘There was an affair in a cafeteria across the street. I was returning from So Paulo with my sister, and two women were passing by who were loud enough to hear me say: “How ridiculous, [it looks like] Your feet are full of holes.”
‘I felt really bad, so I got in the car with my sister and told her. She went back to the gas station shop to confront the women for making me so sad,’ said the body-positive influencer.
‘Unfortunately few women embrace the dictum of beauty. These are the people who throw stones the most…’
She tries her best not to let haters approach her, saying she wears ‘a top and shorts to the gym, street and supermarket’ and feels ‘super good’ until she hears ‘nasty remarks’ does.
Deborah will be one of the youngest recipients of the ‘GoldIncision Technique’ – a procedure to remove cellulite and lift the butt – and said she is looking forward to the procedure
Fed up with the rude comments, Deborah is now spending $10,000 dollars on cellulite removal, the first of many treatments she recently did.
She will be one of the youngest recipients of the ‘GoldInception Technique’, a procedure to remove cellulite and lift the butt.
The treatment combines collagen stimulation and filling for fibrous septum detachment to act on the origins of cellulite, restore smooth appearance, reduce sagging and promote improvement in general skin quality.
The clinic also claims that the technique improves lymphatic drainage, venous return, water retention and stimulates collagen production not only through the inflammatory process of detachment, but primarily through the presence of a collagen-stimulating radical product. does.
Deborah said: ‘I’ve seen cellulite resolved to a more advanced degree than I thought. Now I’m sure I’m going to divorce my cellulite, after all.’
Cellulite treatment: what is it and how to get rid of it
According to the Mayo Clinic, cellulite is a very common, harmless skin condition that causes lumpy, flaky flesh on the thighs, hips, buttocks and abdomen.
The condition is most prevalent in women, it added.
Many people try with varying success to improve the appearance of their skin through weight loss, exercise, massage and creams marketed as solutions for cellulite.
Cellulite is caused by a buildup of fat deposits under the skin.
It consists of fibrous connective cords that connect the skin to the underlying muscles, with fat in between. As fat cells accumulate, they push up against the skin, while long, tough cords pull down. This creates an uneven surface or dimples.
Treatment is not necessary. Although clinically proven treatment options are available, the results are not immediate or long-lasting.
Courtesy of Information Mayo Clinic