Avon Pulls Marketing After Jameela Jamil Slams For Shaming Women

Published on 21 Jan 2019, 2:01
Actor and body-positivity activist Jameela Jamil called Avon out on Saturday for “shaming women” with marketing materials telling customers that dimples are not “cute” on their thighs. “The Good Place” star tweeted a page from a company brochure advertising a product that claims to combat cellulite. The ad features a photo of a woman smiling with the copy, “dimples are cute on your face (not on your thighs.)” Jamil, who has spoken out against body-shaming messages in the past, urged Avon to stop encouraging its customers to “fix” their bodies.

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