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Plastic Surgery Apps Are Targeting Children

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Plastic surgery isn't a game, but some apps have turned it into one for kids, allowing them to simulate procedures such as liposuction, nose jobs, lip fillers and double-eyelid surgery. They are directed at children, featuring bright colors and cartoon characters and available for free in the app store. Plastic Surgeon Dr.

Added on the 23/04/2018 13:15:01 - Copyright : Wochit

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