Panel Brands Twiggy Ad a Lie Airbrushed face misleads women about cream's effect By Mary Papenfuss, Newser User Posted Dec 16, 2009 4:00 AM CST 18 comments Comments The magazine ad for Procter & Gamble's Olay Definity eye cream features a heavily airbrushed Twiggy (shown on the left). Twiggy as she actually appears is shown on the right. (Newser) – A Procter & Gamble face cream used by 1960s model Twiggy makes her look astoundingly young—except that it really doesn't because the photo used in magazine ads has been radically altered. A British consumer watchdog panel has declared the ad "misleading," but rebuffed consumer complaints that it was socially irresponsible. The ruling was viewed as a victory for Liberal Democrat member of Parliament Jo Swinson, who is battling to ban all airbrushed photos of women in ad campaigns because she believes they distort a realistic view of beauty and contribute to female psychological problems.