Fashion magazine vows off Photoshop

Verily is setting itself apart from its competitors by promising to only show women as they are, with no special effects.

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Verily magazine’s PR manager and contributing editor Ashley Crouch told the Daily Caller, “We’ll never Photoshop the face or body structure of our models.”

The magazine plans to offer content around style, relationships, lifestyle, culture and all the things that have made magazines like Cosmo and In-Style so popular over the years.

The main difference, according to the Verily team, is their mission to show women as they are.

The magazine was founded by Kara Eschbach and Janet Sahm, and is aimed at women between the ages of 18-35.

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