ByKarly Rayner, writer at
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Karly Rayner

Shailene Woodley's environmentally conscious quirks have been embraced by the media, but apparently it isn't easy being green. Especially when it comes to borrowing clothes from high end designers!

Woodley's new age methods of rubbing lumps of crystal and essential oils on her fetid pits just aren't cutting it, and it's making it difficult for her to borrow designer clothes for the red carpet.

An insider told Star Magazine that;

Shailene rubs these essential oils all over her body, and they aren’t very welcoming scents. Her smell is totally offensive, and it’s gotten so bad that her stylist is having a hard time borrowing designer outfits for her to wear because she makes the gowns stink! There is absolutely no way to get that stench out of those expensive fabrics. Designers don’t want their pieces back after Shailene is done with them!

Having first hand experience of this essential oil horror, I am almost inclined to believe it. Woodley has been telling everyone who will listen about how she boycotts conventional beauty products, and when someone starts dousing themselves in intense aromas to drown out their own odour, it just ain't pretty.

When I was a kid my best friend's mom was a card carrying, sage burning, kaftan wearing hippy who made Mother Theresa look like an uncaring bitch. But dear God, the smell of her. It wasn't sweat, just incredibly intense perfume that was so heavy you felt like it had settled into your nostrils to live out the rest of its days.

You could barely scrub that smell off your own skin, let alone a gossamer designer gown. Also, I'm pretty sure that it can't be great for you having something so strong on your bare skin, even if it is 'natural'. Can't you just get a lovely organic stick deodorant or something Woodley? You'll be going through assistants quicker than Mariah Carey at this rate!

So, do you reckon this could be true? Do you guys smell Shailene or, a rat?


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(Source Dlisted via Star Magazine)

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