She does not shy away from sharing candid photos and detailed messages on body confidence with her followers.
The former Love Island star held her hands in a heart shape over her taut midriff and stuck her tongue out for the cheeky snap.
Natural beauty: Malin Andersson, 27, looked radiant when she posed for a snap in a turquoise lingerie set and inspired fans to practice ‘self-love’ at home on Monday
She sported a glowing tan and wore her cropped brunette tresses loose and swept over to one side for a natural look.
Along with the picture, Malin told fans the importance of being kind to yourself.
She wrote: ‘Self-love is easier when you stop trying to figure out why they don’t love you & instead focus on why you don’t love yourself! Remember, we as women are STRONG and BEAUTIFUL.
‘I find that I build my own confidence by wearing my comfiest and favourite lingerie sets. Everything about this two piece set from @figleavesofficial makes me feel powerful and strong!
She wrote: ‘Self-love is easier when you stop trying to figure out why they don’t love you & instead focus on why you don’t love yourself! Remember, we as women are STRONG and BEAUTIFUL’
‘Wearing bright colours creates happiness for me and really helps me to appreciate my own body. Be kind to yourself and enjoy life to its fullest.’
As well as the stunning lingerie clad photo, Malin shared another sexy snap where she wore black suspenders and heels and told fans: ‘I don’t need a man.’
On Friday, she took to Instagram to mark National Lingerie Day for another racy photo.
Posing in a sizzling two-piece, the Love Island beauty added a lengthy caption in which she called for fans to maintain their body confidence.
Sexy: As well as the stunning lingerie clad photo, Malin shared another sexy snap where she wore black suspenders and heels and told fans: ‘I don’t need a man’
Stunning: Malin continued on her health mission on Friday as she took to Instagram to share a stunning snap to mark National Lingerie Day
Malin wrote a caption reading: ‘So it’s National Lingerie Day – and I have brought to you CONFIDENCE!! I’m part of @bouxavenue campaign ‘Your shape, Your Style’ which represents EVERY-BODY…
‘I feel so empowered when I put on nice lingerie – I have mentioned before that it’s for me and nobody else – it’s so important to understand that your self-worth comes from you and nobody else…
‘Empower yourself because of YOU!! This colour though. Let’s stay BODY POSITIVE!’
Her latest posts come after Malin opened up about returning to her job as a carer amid the coronavirus crisis. She revealed that she is not scared of catching the deadly virus after returning to work at Olney Care Services in Buckinghamshire.
Empowered: Posing in a stunning two-piece she added a lengthy caption in which she called for fans to maintain their body confidence
Defiant: Her latest post comes after Malin opened up about returning to her job as a carer amid the coronavirus crisis
She added that nothing could beat the pain of losing both her mother and daughter.
Speaking to The Sun, Malin said: ‘I’ve got to be honest, I’m not in fear of contracting it because it’s just me. When it comes to illnesses and stuff, I’ve never been scared of stuff like that…
‘I’ve seen my mum die, I’ve seen my daughter die, I’ve been through so much trauma I’m not scared of anything.’
The TV personality said she is currently working up to four days a week and visiting around six elderly residents a day starting from 5.30am.
Heartbreak: Malin’s daughter tragically passed away aged just one month after being cared for at Great Ormond Street Hospital
She added that lockdown had been causing her to spend much of her time overthinking and that getting back into a working routine had been beneficial for her mental health.
Malin first became a carer after her mother passed away in November 2017.
Just over a year later, the beauty gave birth seven weeks early to a baby girl called Consy who was named after her mother.
But tragically her daughter, who she shares with ex Tom Kemp, passed away aged just one month after being cared for at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Grief: Malin first became a carer after her mother Consy, who she named her daughter after, passed away in November 2017
Malin had originally worked as a make-up artist and air stewardess before heading into the Love Island villa for series two in 2016.
But following her series of heartaches, she quit to find a job that would ‘ignite a passion’ in her and help her through financial struggles after the reality TV show.
Taking to Instagram earlier this year, Malin said she wanted to ‘give love to others’ and ‘put a smile on someones face’.
Addressing the selfie, she said: ‘You can see the look of loss, confusion and exhaustion all in one. This version of me had never existed before this point.’
‘Struggles are real’: Malin revealed she quit her job as a makeup artist to become a full-time carer working 12-hour shifts after her mother’s death in 2017
Malin admitted any work she was offered after her 25-week stint in Love Island in ‘dried up’ after she committed to caring for her mother.
‘This meant I couldn’t apply myself to my usual work schedule and I was falling behind on the bills,’ she penned.
‘I had a few posts and campaigns but nothing really materialised from it. I was a makeup artist and its what I ended up committing to but this was short lived as it didn’t ignite a passion in me.
Forever love: Malin admitted any work she was offered after her 25-week stint in Love Island in ‘dried up’ after she committed to caring for her mother Consy
‘I wanted to help, I wasn’t sure how, but I definitely knew that I wanted to give love to others; something which I lacked from grief.’
She described herself as ‘stuck and helpless’ when her mother died and she realised she needed a ‘real’ job.
‘I decided on a huge career change and became a carer. Caring for my mum gave me such a huge amount of appreciation for my life, it let me view reality through a different lens and it taught me to be selfless,’ she added.
‘The sad truth is that it escalated the harsh fact that I had lost my mum. I would work 12 hour shifts to block pain whilst trying to find a balance of giving back and getting the satisfaction of being able to put a smile on someones face.
‘My income was also still not matching my outgoings but at the time It wasn’t a concern.
‘I ended up caring for around 10 months before I fell pregnant and then obviously another series of unfortunate events began.’
On call: Malin had originally been a make-up artist and air stewardess before heading into the Love Island villa for series two in 2016. But following her series of heartaches, she quit to find a job that would ‘ignite a passion’ in her – working as a carer