Surgically enhanced beauty is trending these days. We are actually at the crest of its wave, and this can be evidenced by millions of people undergoing a plastic surgery procedure every month. Several researches predict that by 2025, the plastic surgery industry will reach $43.9 billion. This implies that it’s still unfolding. However, people still have several myths and misconceptions about plastic surgery.
Celebrity cosmetic surgery is one of the subjects that is constantly discussed all over the internet. Celebrities’ preferences are primarily what drives people to have plastic surgery. These preferences are the perfect examples to take into account before considering cosmetic surgery. Celebrities’ cosmetic surgery stories are stuff that reflects both positive and negative sides of the procedures.
It has been years since various types of male plastic surgery have gained popularity. Men no longer consider a cosmetic procedure to be something affecting their masculinity. To the contrary, the increasing tendency of plastic surgeries shows that we all both as men and women care more about ourselves. After all, no matter which gender we are, we all age and get affected by our lifestyle or any other reason out of our control that deforms our appearances.
It is pretty easy to access the general data regarding the most popular plastic surgeries in the world or in a particular country. According to the data released by The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS), top 5 plastic surgery procedures performed worldwide in 2017 are breast augmentation, liposuction, eyelid surgery (eyelift or blepharoplasty), rhinoplasty and abdominoplasty (tummy tuck).
Botox is the leading non-surgical aesthetic operation around the world. It offers one of the best effective ways to smooth the lines and wrinkles on the face. Dermal fillers may also be used to treat wrinkles on the face. Botox and fillers are both delivered via injection. However, they are separating depending on the usage. While Botox paralyzes the facial muscle, fillers on the other hand, plump the skin and smooth out fine lines and wrinkles.