NO matter your size or shape, everyone has parts of their body they’re insecure about.

Plus-size TikTok user Kenzie Brenna shared how she overcame her insecurities about her cellulite.

TikTok user Kenzie Brenna shared her positive views on cellulite
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Kenzie explained her positive take on what is often viewed as a problem area.

The curvy creator detailed that there is a reason why people have cellulite, and it’s not a bad thing.

“When you realize you always had cellulite, even at your thinnest and you always will because it’s genetic,” she wrote in her video.

Kenzie explained that cellulite is “a secondary sex trait and nothing to be ashamed about.”

The influencer danced around in a blue and white cropped button-up and brown bike shorts as she celebrated her body.

The TikToker said she was doing it for all her fellow “cellulite celebrators.”

Kenzie’s followers took to the comments section to share their thoughts on her body positive attitude.

“Life is too short to worry about those things,” wrote one viewer.

Another TikTok user said: “Thank you for sharing. Needed some positive-cellulite energy after filming tonight and feeling ick about myself.”

“Thank you for the reminder,” commented a third person.

The TikToker danced around in a crop top and bike shorts as she celebrated her cellulite
TikTok/@kenziebrenna

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