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Ad content must not imply or attempt to generate negative self-perception in order to promote diet, weight loss, or other health-related products.
Advertisers can’t run ads for health or appearance-related products that imply or attempt to generate negative self-perception.
At Meta, we want people in our community to feel comfortable, confident and safe to be exactly who they are while expressing themselves freely.
Note: Ads for cosmetics, hair extensions, other similar cosmetic or non-permanent beauty products or digital editing apps aren’t within scope of this policy.
This image focuses on physical fitness and is compliant.
This image promotes healthy eating habits and is compliant.
This image of a person drinking vegetable juice is compliant.
This is a non compliant image of wrinkles.
This image of a person's abs is zoomed in and non-compliant.
This image implies weight loss and would be non-compliant if used to promote a diet or weight loss product.
This image of a person on a scale would be non-compliant, if used to promote a diet or weight loss product.
This is a non-compliant image of a person before and after weight loss.
This is a non compliant image of skin lightening.
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