Jennifer Aniston cupping marks at 'Call Me Crazy' premiere are for her health
Jennifer Aniston has got a great body at age 44, but it was her back that everyone noticed at the premiere of Lifetime's "Call Me Crazy: A Five Film," which she produced. Her Christian Dior strapless black top revealed that Aniston had cupping marks on her back, seemingly confirming that she takes part in the ancient Chinese alternative medicine.
The white circular marks on Aniston's back come as a result of cupping, which is said to ease muscle tension, mobilize blood flow and remove toxins. Aniston hasn't confirmed that the marks are from cupping, but it seems likely considering it's becoming a popular trend in Hollywood.
Another supporter of cupping is Gwyneth Paltrow. "It feels amazing and it's very relaxing, and it feels terrific," she has admitted to Oprah Winfrey. "It's just one of the alternative medicines that I do instead of taking antibiotics." Maybe it makes her feel better about smoking one cigarette a week.