The ASA seems to think so! 

The ASA have upheld complaints made about a TV ad for the acne brand Proactiv, featuring Jorgie Porter, as they found that it implied that children with bad skin who did not use the product would be bullied. As a result of the ASA's decision, the TV ad can no longer feature around programmes which are commissioned for or principally aimed at or likely to appeal to children. 

To say that the ad implied that children would be bullied for not using the product is a tenuous link but at least they didn't beat Proactiv too badly and ban the ad completely. They simply gave them a slap on the wrist, imposed a scheduling restriction and stole their lunch money.