Probably few surgical procedures are as controversial as labiaplasty, which refers to plastic surgery on the labia, the fleshy folds that enclose and protect the rest of women’s external genitals.
While cosmetic enhancements, such as fillers and Botox, are still (unfortunately) considered taboo in today's society, surprisingly, the number of people getting work done is going up and up.
Young women wanting to stop the aging process and baby boomers aiming to reverse it are turning more to fillers, facelifts and other procedures that drove the plastic surgery industry revenue to a record $15 billion last year, an industry organization said on Wednesday.
More Millennials are opting for quick and easy cosmetic procedures, namely Botox, and social media and selfie culture could be to blame.
In the survey of 483 blinded, naive observers rating independent patient images, face lift surgery was associated with patients appearing younger, more attractive, healthier, and more successful, and overall healthier.