#FillerNation, which features influencer Ashly Schwan (pictured), explores how young people are documenting their plastic surgery on TikTok and why that is a bad thing. Photo: Instagram/@aschlyschwan
#FillerNation, which features influencer Ashly Schwan (pictured), explores how young people are documenting their plastic surgery on TikTok and why that is a bad thing. Photo: Instagram/@aschlyschwan
Beauty

TikTok, YouTube are making plastic surgery, Botox normal and that’s not OK – documentary and experts explain

  • A new documentary, #FillerNation, explores the normalisation of plastic surgery thanks to beauty influencers on social media platforms like TikTok and YouTube
  • Experts worry about how normalised it has become for teenagers to turn to invasive measures such as breast implants, Botox and nose jobs to feel ‘beautiful’

#FillerNation, which features influencer Ashly Schwan (pictured), explores how young people are documenting their plastic surgery on TikTok and why that is a bad thing. Photo: Instagram/@aschlyschwan
#FillerNation, which features influencer Ashly Schwan (pictured), explores how young people are documenting their plastic surgery on TikTok and why that is a bad thing. Photo: Instagram/@aschlyschwan
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