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Instagram Removes Cosmetic Surgery Filters

Tuesday, November 5, 2019   (1 Comments)
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In a move designed to promote mental well being, Instagram, owned by Facebook, is removing all augmented reality filters that depict cosmetic surgery.

In addition, the social media giant is striking all effects from the gallery that are associated with plastic surgery and postponing the approval of new such effects, according to the Spark AR platform, the company behind Instagram’s face filters.

Read more at Modern Aesthetics >>


Cynthia Lawder says...
Posted Sunday, November 10, 2019
Good! There is already too much Body Dysmorphic Disorder in the US with way too much emphasis on the perfect tall, thin (anorexic) physique with perfect, often Anglo features. On a side, but related note, it is interesting to me that there is more uni-lateral blindness associated with Asian liquid rhinoplasty than other ethnicities which I think is not a coincidence. Thank you Instagram.

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