You see all these people these days who have had at least some sort of a procedure done. New nose, new cheeks, improved lips, inflated chest, implanted bottoms, lightened skin, tanned skin, and so on and so forth.
I’m not completely against ‘improvements’ of the sort, but when a person gets addicted to it and starts getting everything worked on, it just is no longer attractive to me.
Instead it becomes quite scary, perhaps even a bit uncomfortable to look at. Natural is still always the best way to go—especially when you hear about some of the horror stories that comes from procedures. To me the best way to be beautiful is to feel beautiful from the inside—by being healthy and feeling healthy (thanks of course to natural healing).
When you’re healthy you just have this glow that is irreplaceable and unmatchable. But anyway, since we’re talking about procedures and things of the sort…
Here are some examples of why natural will always still be the best—something I suppose of a cautionary thing, I guess.
By Attempting to Save on Cost, People Get into a Worse Situation
Some people get so desperate to change their looks that they would do anything just to get what they want. But the bad thing is, when they’re so desperate, they might cut corners, something that is clearly not an option if they want to look their best. Personally, if I were to get any surgery at all (not to say that I would, ever), I would get at least the best plastic surgeon in Phoenix.
Even if I couldn’t exactly avoid it, I’d save up for it rather than what some people do—going to shady, unlicensed practitioners who promise to get things done, but almost never do.
You hear horror stories like bad implants, the practitioners cutting corners and using wrong materials in lieu of Botox and collagen and so on (as if it weren’t bad enough that you’re putting cow poison in your body, some “cheap” unlicensed folk cheat you by using things like cooking oil—highly dangerous!).
So if you’re going to get plastic surgery, go to someone who is legitimate!
Plastic Surgeries Gone Wrong We hear about all sorts of plastic surgeries gone wrong, most particularly from celebrities since their lives are highly publicised. We’ve heard about people who’ve tried to lose weight the easy way (liposuction) only to find that their results were horrible, leading to loose skin and flab (just think about Tara Reid and her horrible liposuction procedure which left her with a bad stomach).
We even hear about bad implant jobs, like a woman whose buttock implant would keep flipping around backwards, leaving her with a bizarre looking bottom unless she fixes it. This is something that it is not supposed to do considering the fact that it should be firmly in place. Horror stories are just that—really horrific. I would never put myself in such a position! But if you would like to, just remember to find someone reputable!
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