Some people may call them crazy, but cosmetic surgery among millennials in NYC (people in their 20's and 30's) is growing every day. In fact, it's one of the demographics that is growing the fastest when it comes to cosmetic surgery procedures.
From breast augmentation to BOTOX® and almost anything else you can think of, millennials are taking advantage of the wealth of cosmetic procedures that are becoming increasingly available and affordable.
There was a time in the past when reconstructive plastic surgery was mostly an option for facelifts and the enhancement of a woman's breast size through implants, mainly by celebrities who were in the public eye and able to afford their expensive costs.
Not too long ago, very few people outside the circle of celebrities in Hollywood were able to have these procedures performed unless they were for medical or surgical reasons, and in those cases, were likely covered by insurance.
Plastic surgery has long been the province of women who want to maintain their youthful looks or regain their body confidence after the stresses of childbearing have taken their toll. In recent years, however, men are embracing the amazing benefits that plastic surgery can provide.
If you have been following the latest Hollywood trends, then you’ve seen the internet storm that has erupted over Alicia Keys’ decision to eschew makeup for her latest album cover, promotional appearances, and even tapings of The Voice.
In August, Sharon Osbourne returned to the new season of X-Factor looking ageless. The 63-year-old star has never been shy about discussing her plastic surgery procedures, but that only encourages the social media commentary on her looks.
Many Twitter users criticized her look. Some compared her to a ventriloquist’s puppet. Others commented on the amount of work she has had done over the years: “I wouldn’t call it work. I’d call it annihilation.”
The Don’t Be Tardy star Kim Zolciak-Biermann recently revealed her noticeably larger lips over Snapchat at the Los Angeles International Airport. While in L.A., the star documented her trip to visit a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon.
It may sound like science fiction, but the best skin tightening therapy for 2016 actually uses sound waves (not incisions or lasers) for skin rejuvenation. Ultherapy® is FDA approved and uses ultrasound energy waves to stimulate collagen production deep within your skin. The result for you is turning back the clock on the signs of aging.
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