I go naked to flaunt my real curves – I hope it helps other women

Influencer Izzie Rodgers is known for her unfiltered body positive posts.

And in her latest one on Instagram, she stripped things back completely as she was seen posing completely naked on the site.

The gorgeous redhead said she decided to strip off and flaunt her real curves to help other women who may be feeling insecure about their bodies. The photos showed Izzie flaunting her natural figure as she relaxed in front of a blue backdrop.

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Despite showing off her curves, she made sure to maintain her blushes with clever arm and leg placement.

Izzie teamed the flesh-flashing snaps with natural makeup. She also pulled back her fiery locks into a bun hairstyle to keep all eyes on her body.

Captioning the post, she wrote: "Gimme a camera and a naked insecure lady and within the hour she will fall in love with herself. I wish I could photograph all you girls on here so you can keep them forever and see how truly beautiful your body is.

"Manifesting the day I will get to take pictures of other beautiful women. Hope seeing my real body helps you fall in love with yours a little more, because these kinda posts scare me, make it worth it please lol love you chickens."

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Fans were loving the honest snaps, as many noticed how artistic they were. "You literally look like a painting," exclaimed one of her 235,000 followers, as another added: "Somebody put her in the Louvre please."

A third chimed in: "Seriously you look like a goddess," while a fourth echoed: "You literally look like an angel oh my goodness."

As well as sharing body positive posts about her figure, Izzie is also open about her acne online. She admitted back in July she used to fear her acne made her unattractive to men – but she now realises she's 'loveable'.

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