The sad truth is that most people wish that they could change things about their appearance. You might be one of the 90% of women who wish that they could change their appearance or one of the 40% of women and 20% of men who would consider plastic surgery in their lifetime.
While only about 2% of people suffer from body dysmorphic disorder, it is likely that you understand the feeling of looking in the mirror and picking apart something you see. Media and the fitness, diet and beauty industries help to perpetuate the idea that we do not look the way that we should. This design is a reminder that there is not one perfect nose, waist or weight. (ADAA)
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