The campaign’s photo shows a too smooth skin on Rachel’s face, with a smooth glow. Given that the visual sustains an anti – ageing cosmetic product, I think it’s a good attitude from the UK’s Advertising Standards Authority to ask the giant cosmetics brand to stop pushing this ad, at least in its current form. Baby steps, but we’re getting there! Hopefully! I can’t wrap my head around it, people! – we’re more and more enamored with reality shows but can’t stand the look of real faces in ad campaigns (and magazines)!