Do YOU suffer from ‘Zoom dysmorphia’? More than 50% of dermatologists reported a rise in cosmetic consultations amid the Covid-19 pandemic linked to the unflattering effects of front-facing cameras

While video calls were once rare occurrences, they’ve become daily events for many people working from home amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Now, researchers have warned that many people are suffering from ‘Zoom dysmorphia’ as a result of looking at themselves in their computer’s front-facing camera.

Dr Shadi Kourosh, a professor of dermatology at Harvard Medical School, has revealed that more than 50 per cent of dermatologists have reported a rise in cosmetic consultations linked to this effect.

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