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A young woman who hated her body as a teenager got the £8,000 worth of plastic surgery she always wanted - as a 21st birthday
Hair transplant procedures are now the most popular form of cosmetic surgery for men in the UK. Over 4,500 procedures were carried out in 2011, which was 13 per cent more than those performed in 2010, and the number continues to grow.
Websites such as Wowcher and Groupon offer heavily discounted treatments in return for signing up to their newsletters. Every day members receive enticing offers ranging from half price holidays to laser hair removal. From the outside these beauty deals may seem like a great way to look better on a budget; but at what cost?
Is it not arguably the responsibility of public figures to make sure they're honest about their appearance? Do followers of pop stars and actors not deserve to know the looks they're 'so jeal of' (I was 16 once too you know) have come from the help of a gifted doctor, surgeon, nurse, or dentist?
The Duchess of Cambridge's "straight, cute" nose has inspired a plastic surgery trend - with the number of "Kate" requests
The number of Brits prepared to go under the knife to improve their looks increased last year, with many men considering