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'Is this cellulite in an ancient picture of Mary Magdalene?' asks Daily Mail

After analysing a previously undiscovered picture of Jesus on the beach with his disciples, experts hired by the Daily Mail have been able to draw some shocking conclusions about ‘the bearded, sandal-wearing leftie’ and those he associated with.

‘Close analysis of the picture shows that Mary Magdalene is displaying obvious signs of cellulite,’ wrote lifestyle analyst Liz Jones. ‘Worse still, her hair is all over the place. Ooh darling, that’s a fashion disaster. Call yourself an icon? You’ve let yourself go – you’re a disgrace to women everywhere.’

It is not the first time the Daily Mail has singled out Mary Magdalene for attention. Photos of her and Jesus together led to some will-they-won’t-they speculation about the couple, while columnist Melanie Phillips branded her the ‘Son of God’s WAG’, a claim tastefully substantiated by the full-colour bikini shots spanning pages 12-17.

But Jesus’s family has also come in for criticism from the tabloid newspaper, with Samantha Brick adding that his mother Mary was the sort of woman who made her blood boil. ‘Messiah mothers? They’re the worst. They all hate me for my vibrancy, just because I didn’t sacrifice my energy to care for a precocious child.’ Jan Moir went on to describe Jesus’s mother as ‘just another Galilee floozy who doesn’t know where the father of her child has got to’.

Can I add water to cellulite cream to make it easier to put on?

I just started using St. Ives Cellulite Shield cream, which I love. The problem is that it's so thick that it's difficult to spread. Can I add some water and mix it around, or do you think that would affect the effectiveness? Water is listed as an


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you can add water -- it will be deluted, but if it's thick there should be no harm in it.

If I quit smoking & drink more water will my cellulite go away?

I only smoke very lightly (not an excuse) & drink very little water. If I improve these nasty habits will my cellulite go away or at least decrease?
I am slim and don't really have any fat to lose - it's just the appearance of cellulite.


NO!!!!!
sorry....
but cellulite is visable because the fat cells are larger in those areas and it causes dimpling in the skin.
try toning up...but theres no real way of getting rid of it. all part of being woman :)


No, but it's still a great idea.


Yes. A healthier all-around diet while improve the quality and appearance of your skin. Also, drink more water. It is critical to almost every bodily function (including skin maitenance)