Do we really notice the cellulite and the baldness?
Cellulite. Baldness. Women spend $10 million a year on anti-cellulite products (which even research hasn’t proven they make any considerable change) while dudes spend over $3 billion in trying to combat even the slightest signs of baldness – when 40% of the people who suffer from hair loss are women!
Yes … baldness has always been the bane of most men with only two products in the market that really work: Rogaine and Propecia. But much as men spend all those billions fighting this ‘monster’, do women really care whether a man is balding?
Kate is a woman who has dated a number of balding men and finds it strangely comforting. "I quite like the feel of a bare head," she says. "It kind of doesn't make me feel so bad about my own foibles; especially my cellulite."
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Speaking of cellulite, much as singer and actress Jennifer Lopez’s has the world famous insured butt, she has the cellulite to match. We women obsess about those bumps on our butts, thighs, stomach. But do men really give a rats a** about it? Do they even notice its there? I asked my pal if my cellulite was showing on the tight dress I had put on and he went: “What exactly is cellulite. All I know is having it is like ungodly.” And it hit me: Men probably have no idea what cellulite is but they don’t like it anyway.
We spend so much time and money trying to get rid of these enemies - baldness and cellulite. Do we do it to please ourselves or because we believe they will deter us from scoring with members of the opposite sex? Do we really notice this stuff or are we just pre-disposed to believing we don’t like them?
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