Packed to the Rafters star Rebecca Gibney, 57, shows off her flawless complexion going makeup free

Rebecca Gibney, 57, makes a powerful statement about ’embracing the real’ as she shows off her makeup-free face in an unedited photo – before sharing the Photoshopped version










Packed to the Rafters star Rebecca Gibney penned a powerful post on Wednesday about aging and ’embracing the real’.

The 57-year-old Gold Logie winner shared her message alongside a makeup free selfie on Instagram, showing off her clear complexion after getting a facial done.

In her post, Rebecca reminded her followers that a lot of images they see online are Photoshopped or edited in some way.

Baring it all!  On Wednesday, Packed to the Rafters star Rebecca Gibney, 57, sent a powerful message about 'embracing the real' as she showed fans how easy it was to edit photos

Edited version: Rebecca shared one version of a selfie edited with a filter and another completely untouched to make her point

Baring it all! On Wednesday, Packed to the Rafters star Rebecca Gibney, 57, sent a powerful message about ’embracing the real’ as she showed fans how easy it was to edit photos. She shared an unedited makeup-free selfie (left) and the Photoshopped version (right)

She shared one version of a selfie edited with a filter and another completely untouched to make her point.

She did admit that she had just had her lashes and brows tinted.

‘I think we should all remember that most of the stuff posted on here is filtered and Photoshopped,’ Rebecca began in her lengthy post.

'But remember we are ALL going to get old and eventually leave this earthly place so shouldn't we be spending our time doing things that bring joy and happiness,' she wrote

‘But remember we are ALL going to get old and eventually leave this earthly place so shouldn’t we be spending our time doing things that bring joy and happiness,’ she wrote

‘Let’s keep embracing the real. (PS this is not a post to stop people doing whatever they like to their faces and bodies – whether you want to lose weight, gain it have your eyes done, Botox, facelift, whatever. It’s your choice),’ she said.

‘But remember we are ALL going to get old and eventually leave this earthly place so shouldn’t we be spending our time doing things that bring joy and happiness?’

‘Manifest your dreams and live every moment for those among us who aren’t afforded that freedom. You get one life.’

Friendly reminder: In her post, Rebecca reminded her followers that a lot of images they see online are Photoshopped or edited in someway.  She shared the same selfie edited with a filter (pictured) and another completely untouched to make her point

Friendly reminder: In her post, Rebecca reminded her followers that a lot of images they see online are Photoshopped or edited in someway. She shared the same selfie edited with a filter (pictured) and another completely untouched to make her point

Back in 2015, after she turned 50, Rebecca said she had never felt more comfortable in her skin since reaching the milestone birthday.

‘I finally feel happy,’ Rebecca said at the time.

‘I’ve become much more at peace with myself, no amount of money can buy that feeling.’

‘I used to worry about what people thought so much that it used to cripple me because I was the ultimate people pleaser.

'I finally feel content': Back in 2015, after she turned 50, Rebecca said she had never felt more comfortable in her skin since reaching the milestone birthday.  Pictured in 2018

‘I finally feel content’: Back in 2015, after she turned 50, Rebecca said she had never felt more comfortable in her skin since reaching the milestone birthday. Pictured in 2018

‘I think now that I’ve hit 50 I don’t give a rat’s any more.’

However, while she’s at peace with ageing, Rebecca admitted at the time that there’s one body part that still bothers her.

‘I keep looking at my neck and thinking, ‘Some day I’m going to do something about that!’ she said with a laugh.

But overall, Rebecca said she is comfortable about the natural changes happening to her body and was honest about the measures she’s willing to take in order to keep herself looking beautiful.

‘I’m aware that I’m aging and that’s OK,’ the Gold Logie winner told Daily Mail Australia at the time.

‘I also don’t want to pretend that I’m not 50 – because that’s what I am.’

'I'm aware that I'm aging and that's OK,' the Gold Logie winner told Daily Mail Australia at the time

‘I’m aware that I’m aging and that’s OK,’ the Gold Logie winner told Daily Mail Australia at the time

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