Cassey Ho is a social media fitness guru known for creating blogilates, a YouTube channel devoted to teaching audiences Pilates and bootcamp workouts.
After seeing all the mean comments viewers were making about her body, Ho decided to create a video where she designed the "perfect" body from those comments.
She nails the feeling of facing negative comments right after posting a selfie you love.
"Our friends, our families and just random commenters can really change how we feel about our bodies, and make us feel insecure," Ho told People magazine.
Through CGI, she completely changed her body, giving herself a thigh gap, making her waist tinier, narrowing her jaw, enhancing her breasts, and changing the color of her eyes.
Before releasing the video, she did the same to an Instagram selfie without telling anyone she changed her body through Photoshop...
...and even with her new "perfect" body, there was still an onslaught of negative body image comments like "anorexic." People also made comments like "fitness goals" and "that thigh gap."
She then asked in an Instagram caption, "How are we to know what kind of beauty can be naturally achieved when everything around us is so deceiving?"
She told People, "The goal is to show that cyber-bullying and mean comments really affect people, and to think before you say something. I hope that people do the exact opposite after seeing this video."