Would You Strike A Lifeless Pose Inside A Coffin For A Promotional Picture Regardless?


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Amy Childs and Danielle Armstrong pose lifeless in COFFIN

Amy Childs and Danielle Armstrong have shocked fans as they pose dead in coffins in eerie new photos for a hard-hitting cosmetic surgery campaign
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The dramatic photos aim to highlight the dangers of going under the knife for beauty, and both stars looks completely unrecognisable in the haunting images.

With surgeons hands hovering over her, Amy lays with her hair spread around her alongside the caption: “Are you dying to be beautiful?” and Danielle pose, looking deathly white alongside the words: “The only way is non surgical.”

The Dying to be Beautiful campaign is the brain child of non-surgical aesthetic specialist 3D-lipo , “to highlight the life threatening risks associated with cosmetic surgery and why the UK should be considering effective non-surgical alternatives”.

The pair later transform ‘back to life’ for promotional shots later on, showing the sharp contrast to their lifeless poses in the campaign
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Managing Director of 3D-Lipo, Roy Cowley said “The message of our Dying To Be Beautiful Campaign is very simple, exactly that; You don’t need to die to look great. 3D-lipo offer non-surgical treatments for permanent fat loss and skin tightening which are just as effective as surgical alternatives, if not better and also cost a fraction of the price and pose no risk to your health or life. We’re urging the UK to think before they go under the knife.”

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