Scholars define women empowerment as the process in which women have power over their lives and communities. It’s about allowing the female population to make decisions.
For a millennial like actress and model Gabbi Garcia, women empowerment means being supportive of each other.
“It’s about pulling each other up instead of pulling each other down. [It's about] women supporting each other, women supporting the beliefs of each other, women uplifting each other,” asserts the 20-year-old celebrity.
An empowered woman is a confident woman. Gabbi says her confidence is boosted further when she feels fresh and comfortable despite a busy schedule.
The new face of pantyliner brand Carefree introduces the new Flexi Comfort Aloe Vera, whose added aloe vera extract helps soften skin, in addition, of course, to the comfort the pantyliner brings.
“I’m a very busy girl and it helps me be comfortable. It is very hard to work if you’re not comfortable, if you’re feeling icky; you’re feeling dirty,” shares Gabbi.
She says Carefree Flexi Comfort Aloe Vera helps keep her hygienic and fresh, which she says is important as she believes that being comfortable comes with confidence.
“I feel like once your comfortable then confidence will follow,” says Gabbi. And when a woman is confident, Gabbi believes she can “flex her way” in everything she does.
In her Instagram post, she said, “I’ve always been a goal-getter. You have to take life head on and be ready to give it your all.”
“FlexYourWay is actually just being comfortable in your very own way; being beautiful in your own way,” ends Gabbi.
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