Posters banned for ‘trivialising’ cosmetic surgery – The Guardian

Posted December 7th, 2011 in advertising, complaints, cosmetic surgery, news, ombudsmen by sally

“The advertising watchdog has banned a poster campaign for cosmetic surgery that featured a woman in a skimpy top in posters designed to look like the cover of a glossy women’s magazine, after deciding it trivialised breast augmentation and would be seen by young girls.”

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The Guardian, 7th December 2011