I think we never see ourselves for what we really are. We are picky about things that other people don't even notice. I believe it's normal, as we are biased by the perception we have of ourselves. Filters on social media are the easiest and most accessible way to "fix" what we don't like of ourselves (according to our perception). It all is also related to the way we perceive other people's judgments... I know for some people it is harder than for others but free yourselves! I used to care much more about the way I would appear in public than what I do now! I spent a lot of time travelling, met people from everywhere and believe me, when someone has something to tell, people don't pay that much attention to the amount of make-up you are convering your face on or how well-shaved your legs are. If you believe on yourself you automatically start looking more attractive than what you think! Society (and especially small-town realities) tries to impose beauty standards because without them capitalism wouldn't work as well. Here's an example: in the 90s-00s nobody would walk around painting their eyebrows. Today it seems to be one of the must-haves to look attractive. Have you thought about how many brands have started producing eye-brows pencils?
I hope you will manage to end the loop, it's worth it! I'm sure you don't need all of those filters, as you can walk through life without them!