Monthly Archives: June 2013

Posted: June 25th, 2013

By: liverpoolCosmetic

PIP breast implant removal – new information

An announcement made by Sweden this month, as per the new evidence, is that all PIP implants in their country should be removed as a safety measure.  The UK organisaton BAAPS (British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons) voiced its own view for similar tests to take place in the UK as a matter of urgency. The Continue Reading

Posted: June 24th, 2013

By: liverpoolCosmetic

Revision Breast Enlargement (Augmentation) Surgery in Merseyside, Cheshire and Lancashire

In the UK, breast augmentation surgery is normally an extremely successful procedure, and is indeed the most commonly performed cosmetic surgery operation.  Unfortunately in some instances, revisional surgical intervention is required, the chances of which should be fully explained during your initial consult with your cosmetic surgeon, prior to any surgery. Replacement of implant  The Continue Reading

Posted: June 18th, 2013

By: Portia Lovering

The Only Way Is Essex and Aesthetics

With popular TV reality show stars from The Only Way Is Essex setting the trends for Botox and buttock implants, an alarming fact highlighted in the PSHE discussion at schools revealed that girls as young as five were worrying about their body image.   The hit TV show which was broadcast three years ago, introduced the  “vajazzle”, Continue Reading

Posted: June 17th, 2013

By: Portia Lovering

Helen Flanagan, UK’s sexiest woman undergoes cosmetic surgery

Despite being voted the UK’s Sexiest woman in glossy FHM magazine recently, Helen Flanagan reportedly underwent plastic surgery last month after allegerdly receiving years of bullying whilst at school, apparently leaving her extremely self conscious.   Helen is reported to have opted for cosmetic surgery to her nose, known as Rhinoplasty after “cruel” comments made Continue Reading

Posted: June 12th, 2013

By: Portia Lovering

Has Cosmetic Surgery become normalised by the media?

It is the view of some health officials that the “booming” cosmetic surgery industry has now evolved to an “everyday product” due to celebrities and due to TV programmes such as The Only Way is Essex, and Housewives of Orange County.  These type of series tend to normalise and trivialise cosmetic surgery and cosmetic surgery Continue Reading