The part of my body I love

Women24 in partnership with Dove want to encourage women to celebrate their unique looks and instead of concentrating on our 'flaws' we should appreciate and embrace the beauty that we have both inside and out.

We asked our readers what it is that they love most about their bodies. The readers who participated in this discussion stand a chance of winning a R1000 body hamper from Dove.

This is what they had to say:

Juanita: Beauty is about being comfortable in your own skin. It is about knowing and accepting who you are.

Nadine
: Made me think, I've always been too critical.

Janet: When you reach 71 you just appreciate that it all still holds together.

Sandy: Beauty is only skin deep.

Thobeka: I love my legs.

Anne: I love everything most why? Psalms139:14, I praise You because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Your works are wonderful.

Keletso: hair, breasts, eyes, belly, thighs, lips...and my BRAIN.

Itumeleng: My arms.

Rarang: My eyes.

Amanda
: My legs.

Revoniah
: Everything.

Sally Ann
: My eyes, I can close them and go to sleep! Aawwww sounds nice.

Kelly: My soft and silky smooth skin.

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