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CVS’ ‘Authentic Beauty’ Gets People Talking, Which Isn’t Always A Good Thing

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The public response to CVS’ Beauty Mark program, which promotes advertising images that are not digitally altered and requires disclosures on those that are, has been highly favorable overall. But if you give the social media rabble an inch, they’re going to want a mile.

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