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Photox Launches First Ever, Free On-Demand Professional Photo-Editing App

Connects Users to Highly Skilled Touch-Up Artists for Instantaneous Photo-Editing and Cosmetic Enhancements

WASHINGTON, April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Photox – the first-ever free, on-demand photo-editing smartphone application that offers users direct access to a full-service suite of professional photo enhancements – was launched today by Washington, DC technology entrepreneur Louisa Imperiale.

Users simply download the app – available in the App Store – and select a photograph from their camera roll, then choose any combination of the more than 30+ desired enhancements. Within 15 minutes, Photox's highly skilled touch-up artists return a professionally edited photo.  

"Photox is the only app available that connects the public to professional touch-up artists with a simple swipe of a finger and brings a service traditionally only available to models and celebrities to the masses through an affordable, easy-to-use platform," said Louisa Imperiale, Photox founder.

The more than 30 touch-up options range from red eye removal and teeth whitening to wrinkle erasing, cellulite removal and even dramatic weight loss.

"So many of us have priceless photos of once-in-a-lifetime moments that we're embarrassed to share because we don't like the way we look. Photox can eliminate these worries," continued Imperiale. "We understand the immediate desire individuals have to post photos on their social networks so it's crucial our skilled touch-up artists provide a near immediate, professional transformation, pending the services requested."

Currently only iPhone compatible, Photox plans to offer an app for Android devices and a web-based version later in 2014. More information is available at

Professional touch-up services include:

  • Even Skin Tone
  • Color Correction
  • Remove Redeye
  • Brighten Eyes
  • Remove Dark Circles
  • Whiten Teeth
  • Remove Tattoo
  • Remove Scar
  • Remove Acne
  • Remove Freckles
  • Enlarge Eyes
  • Tan Skin
  • Lighten Skin
  • Remove Braces
  • Minimize Wrinkles
  • Skinny Arms
  • Skinny Face
  • Remove Cellulite
  • Remove Double Chin
  • Skinny Legs
  • Straighten Teeth
  • Remove Eyeglass Glare
  • Remove Bald Spot
  • Object Removal
  • Virtual Boob Job
  • Virtual Nose Job
  • Booty Enlargement
  • Bulk-Up Arms
  • Person Removal
  • Add Six-Pack Abs
  • Full-Body Weight Loss
  • Background Removal

About Photox

Photox is a smartphone app that provides on-demand professional photo-editing services by connecting our users with our team of professional touch-up artists, 24/7. In other words, it's cosmetic enhancement for your photos, whenever and however you want it.


Jen Voss
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