The Meaning Of Beauty: The Future Of Cosmetic Surgery

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Sophia Loren once said, “Beauty is how you feel inside and it reflects in your eyes. It is not something physical”(Sophia). The meaning of beautiful has changed over the years. In recent years being beautiful for a woman means to be slim with big breasts and big gluteus, and a young looking face. Even normal effects of aging, such as wrinkles, makes a women feel less beautiful. In order erase these imperfection people are not only willing to spend money on creams, but are also willing to go under the knife. Even though cosmetic surgeries are marketed as safe by the media, it is unnecessary because it is a temporary solution, addicting, and come with many serious risks. . Cosmetic surgery is enhancing a person’s natural beauty through surgical procedures. Some of the most popular surgeries are facelifts, brow lift, breast augmentation, rhinoplasty(nose), tummy tucks, and liposuction. It is often confused with plastic surgery, but actually differs in purpose. Plastic surgeries are meant to reconstruct and improve the function of a body part due to birth defects, accidents, or diseases. Cosmetic surgery has been used for years. According to article, History of Plastic Surgery, “The first documented …show more content…
The magical effect of a cosmetic surgery has a time limit which can put the person at risk again if he or she decides to do it again.. Although this magic can help increase a person 's self-esteem, it can also lead to more damage if the person cannot stop because they believe it is the fastest and most effective anti aging remedy. It is undeniable that cosmetic surgery might do things that no face cream, lotion, or diet can do, which is why it has become so popular, but the effects and the risks that come along with it might be unnecessary. Those who believe that cosmetic surgery is the best solution, should think it thoroughly before making a

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