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L’Oreal Should Discontinue Ads Due To Post-Production Touch-Ups, Says ASA

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The Advertising Standards Authority advises L’Oreal to discontinue a pair of magazine ads due to suspicions that images reflect digital retouching more than the merits of the advertised products.

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