Gluteboost Promotes a Healthier Relationship With Beauty to Help Curb Women’s Mental Health Lows

Female-owned online beauty retailer Gluteboost tackles the relationship between traditional beauty ideals and the self-esteem of females in our society

A holistic approach to health is encouraged to embrace natural beauty.

In 2017, a Pew Research study found that American society values different traits in men and women. While the most desirable character trait for men is honesty (33%), only 11% of them were valued for their physical attractiveness. Compare this to women, whose physical traits were the most mentioned (35%), and it’s easy to see why many women are concerned with their beauty.

Beauty, while subjective, can be tied closely to a person’s self-esteem. The self-discrepancy theory created by Higgins (1987) explains that as people, we have three selves: the Actual Self, the Ideal Self, and the self that we think we should be in society, also known as the Ought Self, and by motivating ourselves to make these three selves as similar as possible, we feel better and more in control. But what happens with social media?

Like many, Gluteboost believes that social media and beauty standards, celebrity culture, and photoshopped images in magazines have led to women believing that the way they look is not good enough. In short, they are seeking out their Ideal Selves and the selves they want to represent to the world, but according to society, the people they aspire to be may not be so perfect after all. As a result, women tend to try to adjust their images via fillers, surgery, Botox, weight loss, extensions, and more.

Gluteboost is working hard to educate women on the importance of being happy with their Actual Selves to improve the mental health of women who feel pressured by society to look a certain way. CEO Susana Campanella describes the Gluteboost movement as “authentically leading with purpose” towards empowering women to realize their inner strength.

And the next step for Gluteboost? To increase awareness of their all-natural, cruelty-free, paraben-free, and gluten-free products throughout the world. The person for that task is Chief Strategy Officer Nabile Rueda, who stated that “Gluteboost’s ambition is not only to make their products available to women all over the world but also to promulgate a healthier conception of how to gain curves non-invasively and feel good in your own skin.”

For more information on Gluteboost’s products, please visit http://www.gluteboost.com

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The Gluteboost (http://www.gluteboost.com) line of all-natural products helps women increase their curves while trimming fat from unwanted areas.

All products are manufactured in FDA-approved facilities in the USA. No parabens were used in our products, and they are all cruelty-free.

Gluteboost embraces customer feedback, has top-rated customer service, and boasts a 100% satisfaction guarantee. For more information, please call toll-free at 1-800-926-6787 or email support@gluteboost.com.

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