Teens hop on trend to stop body shaming

The trend involves teens posting ugly pictures of themselves, then applying a strange cream on their faces and transforming into a handsome bloke or beautiful young woman.

 

Millions of teenagers are trying to battle body shaming online by partaking in the 'Don't Judge Challenge'.

The trend involves teens posting ugly pictures of themselves, then applying a strange cream on their faces and transforming into a handsome bloke or beautiful young woman.

In most of the videos, the teens put fake spots on their faces and a unibrow. The trend has therefore been tagged #dontjudgeabookbyitscover.

You can look a video of the trend below;

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