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Bryan Cranston, John Hamm, and more celebrities are given a meth makeover with the app "Your Face on Meth."
Hey kids, like having teeth? Then don't do meth.
They ain't so pretty no more. The web-based app "Your Face on Meth" is the result of a collaboration between site Rehabs.com and digital content agency Fractl., who teamed up to show would-be meth users the ravages of the drug on their tender young faces. The app uses your webcam to scan in your face and apply hypothetical damage to it: the kind of bruising, loss of tone, and damage to the user's teeth one could expect from up to five years of meth use. As you can see here, these done the same for a handful of celebrities because fact: over time, meth makes you ugly.
According to the U.S. government's info page on meth use and addition, short-term users can expect hypothermia, irregular heart rate, while long-term users can expect anything from insomnia to psychosis.
[Source: Fast Company]