Not registered? Register here. The Other Woman actress claims people would smell better if they stopped using antiperspirant because it keeps the scent in. She told E! News: "I don't believe in antiperspirant.
Cameron Diaz's opinions about pubic hair shocked her readers
It's really bad for you. I haven't used it for almost 20 years," the year-old actress told E! It keeps all the stink in. Diaz believes that both men and women should let their pits breathe, telling the website, "Let it go and just trim your armpit hair so it doesn't hold onto the scent. Well, that explains why the actress is often seen with pit stains on the red carpet , and it may also explain why there are rumors she has issues with body odor. Of course, Diaz isn't the only celebrity to shun Lady Speed Stick. A few years back, Matthew McConaughey also said he hasn't worn deodorant in 20 years, and revealed that his "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" co-star Kate Hudson couldn't stand it, telling Playboy, "She always brings a salt rock, which is some natural deodorant, and says, 'Would you please put this on? I do take a lot of showers, so maybe that helps. In the morning and then at night. So maybe three a day.
While they look gorgeous walking down the red carpet, they could be playing a filthy criminal while on the job. Thankfully, viewers only have to experience celebrities with two of their senses. Let's face it, we're all human and we all sweat. This could be for multiple reasons, including poor hygiene, concern for the environment, or intense method acting. Whether it's lingering coffee breath in a kissing scene or not showering after an epic battle, nobody likes to be caught off guard by icky smells. A lot of sweat, tears, and apparent lack of deodorant go into the movie characters we have come to love.
Cameron Diaz says the world would smell better if people stopped using antiperspirant. I haven't used it for almost 20 years. Diaz has been all about body hair these days. Earlier this month she cleared up her views about pubic hair after advising women in her book, The Body Book , to keep their vaginas "fully dressed. I don't care what women do with it, but we should be informed about how their bodies work," Diaz said during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show. She writes in her book under a section titled In "Praise of Pubes," "I hear that there's a big fad these days of young women undergoing laser hair removal on all of their lady bits. Diaz then warns, "I know you may think you'll be wearing the same style of shoes forever and the same style of jeans forever, but you won't. The idea that vaginas are preferable in a hairless state is a pretty recent phenomenon, and all fads change, people. Now we'd love to hear from you. What do you think of Cameron's stance on antiperspirant?