Christmas surgery is on the rise
It is nearly Christmas! With work parties, family get-togethers and gatherings, it is understandable that we all want to look our best for the occasion. The months running up to Christmas are usually a last attempt to crash diet before we indulge over the festive period. Hair and nail appointments are booked months in advance so we all look our best for the occasion.
Recent trends have seen that a new hair-do and makeup is no longer cutting it. If you want to look really good this party season, join the number of people getting cosmetic surgery for Christmas.
One of the main reasons for this trend in cosmetic surgery is because of ‘selfies’. Unlike normal photos which are taken from a distance, selfies raise the risk of dark circles being spotted, and people becoming more self-conscious about their flaws. There have been an increasing number of people booking appointments in the run up to Christmas, both for non-invasive surgery like Botox and popular operations like breast enlargements and facelifts.
Dr Dara Liotta, a facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon from New York has said that she has seen a particular rush for injectable procedures before the Christmas parties get on the way – that’s to say Botox, cheek fillers, and injection rhinoplasties.
The injectable nature of the surgery means that healing time is minimal – so you could start planning your new look at the start of December, and you could be photo-ready by the time the office party comes around.
So, will you be adding plastic surgery to your Christmas list this year?