TOWIE stars pose dead in coffins in bizarre anti-cosmetic surgery ad
Danielle Armstrong and Amy Childs have posed dead in coffins for a new provocative anti-cosmetic surgery ad.
The new images are about as bizarre as they sound. The pair are fronting the new 3DLipo ‘Dying to be beautiful’ campaign, which highlights the dangers of cosmetic surgery and encourages non-surgical alternatives.
Their beauty is juxtaposed with bloodied surgical instruments, hospital gowns and coffins in the new hard-hitting posters.
This is despite the fact that both stars are well known for going under the knife. 28-year-old Amy Childs underwent her first boob enlargement aged 18, and has since admitted her regrets at having the procedure done so young. However, she has continued to get lip fillers in the years since.
Meanwhile, Armstrong had a breast enlargement just three years ago in 2013.
In a behind-the-scenes video for the campaign, Armstrong tells audiences: “The message we want to give out to girls today is that you shouldn’t be going under the knife.
“I know everyone on social media it’s all about being size zero and being skinny but there is ways around it – obviously healthy dieting and exercise.”
Roy Cowley, Managing director of 3D-Lipo, 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.”