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1 in 3 Plastic Surgery Reviews is Fake, South Korea’s Advertisement Watchdog Warns

Beware of suspicious online reviews of plastic surgery clinics that sound too positive, South Korea’s advertisement watchdog warns. A report published by the Korea Internet Advertising Foundation (KIAF) yesterday revealed nearly one in three positive reviews on the Internet about plastic surgery is thought to be fake, reviews which often come with cliché phrases such as "You'll never regret", or "I got liposuction and there's no bruising or swelling at all."

Martin Clunes tries to claim secret plastic surgery as a professional tax expense

The Men Behaving Badly star asked a tax tribunal judge to grant him anonymity to spare him from the public embarrassment that might follow as a result of his revelations that he has gone under the knife. Martin Clunes is taking on the taxman after undergoing secret cosmetic surgery.

Selfie mad mum spends thousands on plastic surgery to look like her OWN pics - and she's not alone

Lucy O’Grady has blown thousands of pounds on boob and nose operations, fillers and Botox - and she's not alone. The mum-of-three was hooked on using popular phone apps that ­digitally enhance selfies. Now she barely recognised her real self and longed to look like the doctored images in her photos.

Mumsnet is ordered to hand over identities of users

Parenting website Mumsnet has been ordered to reveal the real identities of people who criticised a top cosmetic surgeon on its online forum. Dr Jesper Sorensen is a specialist in facial reconstruction, eyelid reconstruction and facial nerve surgery and is the founder of the Sorensen Clinic in Kensington, West London.

Amanda Brunker to get Botox LIVE on the Late Late Show

Amanda Brunker will have Botox LIVE on air on this week`s Late Late Show, it has been revealed. The 42-year-old former model will brave the needle and undergo the cosmetic procedure on the RTE chat show while hundreds of thousands watch on from home.

Britain’s top cosmetic doctors that women stars trust to make them look younger

A new generation of cosmetic doctors is emerging. Dubbed the Super Derms, these women are the go-to experts if you want to look younger without looking `done`. The women stars trust to make them look younger without anyone being able to tell! And the proof is you`ll NEVER guess what work they`ve had done.

I get botox every eight months - Martine McCutcheon talks surgery

Martine McCutcheon has admitted that she’s a big botox fan. The singer and Loose Women panelist has admitted she has botox injected every eight months to help her feel fresh. The 40-year-old mum of one opened up in an interview about the procedure this week.

Private Edinburgh GP practice slammed for `vile` ad campaign

A private GP practice has been branded `vile` after telling patients a side effect of cosmetic treatment could be `more Facebook likes`.

How London`s cosmetic surgeons are reinventing the profession

Dr Maryam Zamani holds a phial of blood up to her window overlooking Sloane Street. ‘It’s beautiful, isn’t it?’ she says. The blood has separated like a B52 cocktail after being ‘centrifuged’, but I suppose it’s beautiful yes, in this blessed SW1 light. It’s being used for a ‘medical-grade facial’, the details of which I am given in a medical-grade lecture by Dr Zamani, a surgeon, and the kind of person who assumes everyone understands words like ‘telangiectasia’ (that’s dilatation of the capillaries to you and me).

Amy Childs hits back after being branded a HYPOCRITE over hard-hitting plastic surgery campaign

Amy Childs has hit back after being branded a hypocrite for appearing in a hard-hitting campaign against plastic surgery. The former TOWIE star and fellow Essex beauty Danielle Armstrong were pictured in COFFINS in the promo pics, laid out in hospital gowns with bloodied surgery trays resting on top of them. The dramatic photos aim to highlight the dangers of going under the knife, and both stars looks completely unrecognisable in the haunting images.

Amy Childs and Danielle Armstrong pose lifeless in COFFINS for haunting new cosmetic surgery campaign

Amy Childs and Danielle Armstrong have shocked fans as they pose dead in coffins in eerie new photos for a hard-hitting cosmetic surgery campaign. The TOWIE favourites are seen with pale faces, laid out in hospital gowns with a bloodied surgery tray resting on top of them. The dramatic photos aim to highlight the dangers of going under the knife, and both stars looks completely unrecognisable in the haunting images. With surgeons hands hovering over her, Amy lays with her hair spread around her alongside the caption: "Are you dying to be beautiful?"

Ukrainian doctor slammed for taking pictures of women's breasts and sharing them online

Fury as Ukraine plastic surgeon poses for SELFIES with naked patients unconscious on the operating table after boob jobs and shares the intrusive photos on social media. Edgar Kaminskyi, 31, shares extraordinary clips over social media of his boob job operations while in his Kiev theatre and asks 'fans' to 'like' if they are impressed with his handiwork.

GMC urges cosmetic procedure patients to question doctors

People thinking of having a cosmetic procedure are being urged to question their doctors before going ahead with treatment, in new advice issued today (Wednesday 01 June) by the General Medical Council (GMC). As tough standards for doctors carrying out cosmetic practice come into force – covering everything from fillers to face lifts – the GMC has published a guide to help potential patients research and receive safe, high quality cosmetic care. The GMC says people considering a COSMETIC procedure should keep in mind the following when interacting with their doctor

Plastic surgery billboard that declares size matters causes controversy

A Riverside County billboard that advertises breast augmentation surgery by declaring that bigger is better has raised the ire of a Murrieta High School student who says the message should come down.

Miami plastic surgeon uses snapchat to record surgeries live in the operating room

Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer has managed to amass one of the largest followings on Snapchat, one 10-second video at a time. Salzhauer, better known as “Dr. Miami,” uses Snapchat during his patients’ surgeries to document the procedures. As a result, he has millions of Snapchat fans and hundreds of new patients.

Why your selfie makes you look seven years older

The average selfie takes 20 goes to get right, and even then it’s never quite right is it? Perhaps it's no surprise then that the humble selfie is triggering a surge in cosmetic procedures.

Kardashians cause increase in cosmetic surgery procedures on bums and lips

While most people aren’t going to such extreme lengths to keep up with the Kardashians, cosmetic surgery group Transform have seen a 73 per cent year-on-year rise in inquiries for achieving Kardashian-like features. Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2015/11/18/how-the-kardashians-have-influenced-the-cosmetic-surgery-industry-5509830/#ixzz3sJxgLHpR

Celebrity Dermatologist Dr Arnold Klein dies

Klein, who died Thursday in a Rancho Mirage hospital at 70, was a pioneer in the use of Botox and other injectable substances to improve personal appearance. For years, however, he was better known to the public as one of Jacksons closest friends.

Karren Brady, CBE is the new face and brand ambassador of HydraFacial UK

HydraFacial, the breakthrough, non-invasive, high-tech skin renewal and hydradermabrasion facial treatment, is delighted to announce that Karren Brady CBE, award winning business woman, sporting executive, television broadcaster, newspaper columnist, author and novelist is our new face and brand ambassador for 2015/16.

Kylie Jenner lip filler confession leads to 70% increase in enquiries for the procedure

Kylie Jenner`s confession that she has had lip fillers to enhance her pout has led to a huge increase in enquiries for the procedure. The admission came last night from the 17-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, whose noticeably oversized pout has been the source of much speculation. According to some UK clinics, the revelation has led to a surge in enquiries from the public wanting to copy Jenner`s look.

Rhiannon Langley sharing her nose job 'journey' with social media

Popular blogger Rhiannon Langley, from Melbourne, is sharing pictures, videos and blog posts day-by-day while she undergoes cosmetic nose surgery in Thailand. Cosmetic surgery is often done in secret - patients hiding out at home until the bruising and swelling goes down while friends' suspicions are waylaid with a new haircut. But one Australian woman is making her nose job so public, it even has its own hashtag.

Sisters attempting to copy Kylie Jenner's plump pout left with swollen blue lips

Despite insisting that her full lips are natural, Kylie Jenner has sparked a huge craze for lip fillers and young women across the globe are attempting to recreate her look. Last week, a swimwear model told how a DIY lip job ended in disaster when she tried to emulate the super pout of reality star Kylie Jenner by sucking into a hairspray lid. And now, a pair of sisters have found themselves in a similar situation after they sucked into a bottle in an attempt to achieve the look.

Maria Fowler posts graphic 'botox selfie' as she gets a top up

There are so many celebrities who have left us questioning whether they've had "work" done or had a little help, but Maria Fowler was keen not to keep anything a secret as she shared a rather eye-watering selfie of her getting a top up today. The former TOWIE star tweeted her 'botox selfie' earlier today from the cosmetic chair as the injection was put into her forehead.

Katie Price reveals regrets over her plastic surgery decisions as a youngster

She is famed for her love of cosmetic surgery. But Celebrity Big Brother's Katie Price issued a heartfelt piece of advice to people who may want to follow in her footsteps - namely, be careful. The glamour model, who has made a lucrative career out of various body enhancements, urged people to research surgeons thoroughly before going under the knife. 'Always do your research and choose the best people - I didn't'.

Beauty queen Catherine Cando dies after liposuction she received as first prize in Ecuador

A 19-year-old medical student has died while undergoing liposuction - a prize for winning her local beauty competition. Catherine Cando, a part-time glamour model, was crowned winner of the Queen of Duran beauty contest, in Ecuador. Miss Cando, who won the competition in October last year, was showered with prizes, including a new Aveo car 2015, a smart tablet - and a free course of cosmetic surgery treatment.

Widow spends £10,000 on cosmetic surgery - and now she wants a toy boy!

A 73-year-old proves age is just a number as she turns the heads of men 50 years her junior in her skin-tight mini-dresses - after splashing out more than £10,000 on cosmetic surgery. Pensioner Jane Pesch, from Swadlincote, Derbys, shuns the comfortable slacks and knitted cardigans usually associated with the older generation, instead opting for skyscraper heels and fishnet stockings.

Porn star`s breast-implant fundraiser criticized

A Quebec porn star`s planned sex marathon to fund her breast implants was denounced by Gatineau’s mayor. Zoé Zebra, 22, is planning the event — dubbed “Boule-O-thon” — in a trailer next to Club 77, a strip club on the city`s Main St., on Sept. 5. Her goal is to perform sex acts with 25 men in one evening. In exchange, she will receive a cheque from her employer, porn company AD4X, which is producing the event and plans to film the whole thing. The money would cover the costs of breast implants from a surgeon of her choice.

Barman has £5,000 plastic surgery at same hospital where girl told she can`t have treatment

Taxpayers have funded a £5,000 nosejobs for a man who wants to look like a TV star at the same hospital trust a five-year-old girl has been refused treatment. Meanwhile, five-year-old Kelli Smith`s family is facing the prospect of having to raise £500,000 so that she can have life-saving surgery for neuroblastoma - a deadly form of childhood cancer. Incredibly Mr Barton said that it was easy for him to get his plastic surgery on the NHS. Sam Barton, 22, now wants to have his ears pinned back and jaw reshaped to become "the perfect man".

TOWIE's Amy Childs campaigns for ban on teenage boob jobs

Former The Only Way Is Essex star Amy Childs has revealed that she would like to see the age of consent for plastic surgery raised to 21. The model-turned-businesswoman had her first boob job when she was only 18, a decision which she says she now considers a “mistake”.

Aesthetic Medicine re-launches and announces new event in 2015

The original business-to-business magazine for aesthetic professionals, Aesthetic Medicine, returned this month. With its original editor Vicky Eldridge at the helm, the magazine brings the aesthetics industry in-depth news, reports and analysis, product and treatment reviews, business insight and clinical articles written by industry experts.

Dove Patches campaign: is beauty all in the mind?

In Dove`s latest ad campaign, real women test a `beauty patch` designed to increase their self esteem - but all is not as it seems. Billed by Dove as a `social experiment`, the ad shows several American women talking to psychologist Dr Ann Kearney-Cooke about their feelings of self-esteem. Like 80% of women (according to Dove research), all of the participants report anxiety about their looks, with one woman saying she avoids mirrors and another claiming her lack of self-esteem prevents her from approaching men.

Seoul to limit plastic surgery advertisements

The South Korean capital Seoul is to restrict the use of plastic surgery adverts on public transport, officials said Wednesday, after complaints that they were fuelling an unhealthy obsession with body image. South Korea, and particularly Seoul, has an international reputation for plastic surgery, and adverts featuring famous surgeons and giant before-and-after photos are omnipresent - on street billboards, subway trains, bus stops and the backs of bus seats.

India: `Will counter misleading cosmetic surgery ads`

Plastic surgeons expressed concern about misleading and unscientific advertisements regarding cosmetic surgery in the first ever three-day national conference on plastic surgery conducted by the Indian Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons in the city from Friday.

'I'd never have botox or use wrinkle cream' Mary Berry blasts anti-ageing treatments

Mary Berry has hit out at those who try to hid their age with the use of expensive beauty products or surgery. The TV chef - who was named Oldie of The Year at an awards ceremony in London this week - admitted that she would never dream of using Botox, and has never even dabbled in any face creams. The 78-year-old admitted that she "loves being an oldie" and it's how she thinks "we should all be."

C5 orders two plastic surgery specials from Transparent

Transparent TV, part of Argonon, has been commissioned by Channel 5 to make two hour-long specials following it's plastic surgery show Botched Up Bodies for the channel. Botched Up Abroad will look at Brits who pay for cosmetic surgery, as part of their holiday packages, and Botched Up Brides will look at operations that have gone wrong before the bride’s big day.

Apprentice winner Leah Totton opens first cosmetic surgery clinic

The first cosmetic skin clinic launched by last year’s winner of The Apprentice, in partnership with Lord Sugar, has opened its doors. Fancy a spot of 3D Lipomed to freeze those unwanted fat cells? Then Dr Leah Totton will see you now. The first cosmetic skin clinic launched by last year’s winner of The Apprentice, in partnership with Lord Sugar, has opened its doors.

NeoStrata® Skin Active `Best Cosmeceutical Range` at MyFaceMyBody Awards

Aesthetic Source is proud to announce that NeoStrata® Skin Active range won the Best Cosmeceutical Range at the MyFaceMyBody Awards. Aesthetic Source distributes NeoStrata® Skin Active in the UK and is delighted with the accolade that the innovative range has received.

Is this ‘creepy’ Chinese Uniface Mask an alternative to plastic surgery?

Could this creepy face mask be a cost-effective alternative to make-up or plastic surgery? Well, the Chinese Uniface Mask can prove to be a solution to all the problems of women who are worried about wrinkles or the rising cost of make-up products. According to Oddity Central, the mask features bionic skin technology for a comfortable fit.

Fashion Week`s Plastic Surgery Show

As Fashion Week drew to a `clothes`, one show stood out as possibly even more superficial than the rest. Celebrity plastic surgeon Dr. Ramtin Kassir put on the first plastic surgery show in New York Fashion week history, dubbed `Faces of Beauty`. As models sashayed down the runway, the surgeries they had undergone flashed on screen behind them.

Are beauty waiting lists just a con?

Advance orders of 100,000 for a serum that claims to freeze the face by mimicking the effects of snake venom; 14,000 people clamouring for a £49 serum said to banish wrinkles in just five minutes; and 6,000 desperate to buy a £70 range of haircare that claims to stop tresses thinning. Hardly a week goes by without reports of a new beauty product apparently so fabulous that it has sparked a lengthy waiting list.

The Good Boob Bible by Miles Berry

The Good Boob Bible is the culmination of nearly 4 years of work aimed at providing women with all they need to know about cosmetic surgery’s most commonly performed procedure. As the introduction tries to encourage, the more one knows about the process, the better choices one can make. We are trying to give women the power to move away from the ‘production-line’ BA that the commercial companies have been providing over the last 10-15 years.

Dr Leah Totton`s mystery company investigated as Apprentice backlash grows

Nicknamed Dr Totty, the 25-year-old doctor from Northern Ireland claimed to have set up a company called LT Medical - which could not be traced. Just days after being named as Lord Sugar’s latest Apprentice on the BBC show, she is hard at work establishing a chain of Dr Leah cosmetic clinics with the £250,000 she received from her formidable backer. But already she has faced a backlash from those who believe she lacks the expertise and experience needed to perform or oversee the anti-ageing treatments she plans to offer.

Surgeons put knife into The Apprentice winner Leah Totton’s plan for Botox clinic chain

BBC is criticised for ‘trivialising’ plastic surgery by backing contestant’s project. She may have persuaded Lord Sugar to part with his cash and hire her, but Leah Totton, the 24-year-old doctor with a plan to open a chain of high street Botox clinics, will find it harder to convince the surgical fraternity.

BAPRAS condemns trivialisation of non invasive surgical procedures highlighted on the final of TV's the Apprentice

BAPRAS condemns trivialisation of non invasive surgical procedures highlighted on the final of TV show The Apprentice and reiterates call for increased regulation of cosmetic surgery practices.

'The Apprentice': Dr Christian Jessen Hits Out At Lord Sugar Over Winner Leah Totton

'Embarrassing Bodies' doctor Christian Jessen has hit out at Lord Sugar over his decision to hire Leah Totton over Luisa Zissman in the final of 'The Apprentice', believing they are projecting the wrong image about cosmetic surgery. The medic has slammed the businessman for choosing to `promote` the `junior doctor` after he invested £250,000 into her business to launch a chain of medical cosmetic procedure clinics.

Surgeons, Dermatologists say, `You`re fired`

The main professional bodies for plastic surgery and dermatology today jointly and unequivocally condemn BBC Apprentice winner Dr. Leah Totton`s ability to set up and run a chain of outlets offering injectable facial treatments such as Botox and fillers. Not only the British Association of Dermatologists, the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons and the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons but a whole host of high-profile clinicians have taken to social media in a Twitter storm denouncing the junior doctor`s dangerously inadequate credentials for the project.

Apprentice winner Leah Totton has 'totally inadequate medical skills' says top cosmetic surgeon

This year’s Apprentice winner has ‘totally inadequate medical skills’ for her plan to build a ‘Botox empire’ of cosmetic clinics, experts warned last night. Newly qualified doctor Leah Totton is ‘putting patients at risk’ and ‘using Lord Sugar as a marketing tool’, according to a leading cosmetic surgeon.

How the quest for perfection via cosmetic surgery leads to a lifetime of expense

Poor Wayne Rooney. When he bravely told the world about his hair transplant two years ago, did he know what he was getting into? It looked great for a while but already he’s been back to the hair clinic, having more follicles transplanted. It is lucky he has deep pockets, given that each of those follicles costs around £2.50 to move, and a balding head requires thousands.

10 advice tips to consider before plastic surgery

Plastic or Cosmetic Surgery is definitely something that shouldn`t be taken lightly. You should know your surgeon, what the procedure entails and every other little detail before you consider it. Following the publication of the review, led by NHS Medical Director, Sir Bruce Keogh, which recommends tighter regulation for the Cosmetic Surgery industry, Dr Dennis Wolf, Joint Medical Director at The Private Clinic of Harley Street, gives ten factors you should consider before contemplating going ahead with any form of invasive or non invasive cosmetic procedure.

Magazine reject MYA liposuction clinic's 'real women' images for 'slim, tanned models in bikinis'

A cosmetic surgery clinic that submitted, to several magazines, advertising photographs featuring 'problem areas' of female patients, was repeatedly told to replace the images with something more 'aesthetically palatable'. MYA Cosmetic Surgery, whose celebrity clients include Imogen Thomas and members of the TOWIE cast, said the adverts were a response to the recently published Cosmetic Surgery Review and a move away from using celebrities.