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  • Dove is celebrating body diversity through its bottles
  • Dove is celebrating body diversity through its bottles
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Dove is celebrating body diversity through its bottles

Dove has been championing ‘Real Beauty’ for over a decade, but its latest stunt has seen mixed reviews. The campaign celebrates and reflects diverse beauty through differing bottle shapes but how far should a brand go to show its commitment to inclusivity?

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