Why We Should Be Addicted To Plastic Surgery

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Plastic surgery has become a world wide trend, it is becoming widely acceptable between both men and women in different ages. People go for plastic surgery for personal reasons, such as, achieving a much younger look, changing something they do not like about their looks and some people undergo a procedure to change their appearance to look like certain celebrities or to enhance their features. It is statistically shown that 13 percent of facial plastic surgeons surveyed saw an increase in requests for celebrity procedures in 2014, up from 3 percent in 2013 and 7 percent in 2012 (Mathews, 2015). Unfortunately, people do not really know how harmful it is to undergo this procedure. Although, plastic surgery fixes the patients problems physically but it does not solve the bigger issues internally, such as, excessive bleeding and cancers which may lead to death (Nissi, 2013). However, with the increase of the damaging results and addiction, plastic surgery should not be legal for beauty and cosmetic purposes.

People Getting Addicted To Plastic Surgery
Samuels (2011) points that plastic surgery is considered as a behavioral addiction, this type of obsession, a person is obsessed with a certain action with all its disadvantages. People who
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Young people, such as, adolescents and young adults should focus on their education and factors that matter in life like family, their social lives and their futures, instead of distracting themselves with what is trending nowadays. Peer pressure, is one of the main factors people why people actually risk their lives to undergo these procedures. A Korean plastic surgery clinic has reported that 90% of their clients are under 30 years old, and half of them are under 18 years old (Nissi, 2013). However, plastic surgery has more risks for young people, because their bodies are still

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