Finally, a "No Photoshop" Magazine!

It's not news that the photoshopped images found in magazines and advertisements can make it harder for us to have realistic expectations about what our bodies should look like. However, one magazine is out to change that. Verily, a fashion magazine that targets the same women who read Glamour or Teen Vogue, vows to never use photoshop to alter the body or face structure of its models. Its founders aim to celebrate the uniqueness of women and to branch out from the narrow messages delivered by other magazines. Check out Verily here! Do you think this magazine will help pave the way for less photoshopping in the future? Share your thoughts!

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