Cosmetic Surgery: Is it really worth it?

Dec 22 21:21 2009 Ava Rae Green Print This Article

Cosmetic surgery, a multimillion dollar industry dedicated to fixing the “problems” we perceive we have. There is always another option when you think there are none. Do your research and try your products, I am almost positive you will be pleasantly surprise. The author examines other options for people considering cosmetic surgery.

 Cosmetic surgery,Guest Posting a multimillion dollar industry dedicated to fixing the “problems” we perceive we have. Don’t get me wrong; there are some forms of cosmetic surgery that is necessary. For example; skin grafting for burn victims, reconstructive surgery to correct a physical abnormality, or breast reduction surgery for people who are a little too “endowed” for their own good. These types are constructive to a person, they are not trying to fix something that did not need to be fixed, and they are fixing problems to help either their health or well-being.  Actually, the first regular use of cosmetic surgery was for soldiers after World War 1. The purpose was to treat their injuries and disfigurements from war and give them hope for the future. Flashback to the millennium; we use cosmetic surgery for just about anything. You were not “blessed” with large breasts; well all you have to pay is somewhere in the realm of $5,000 -$10,000 and you have want you want.  Perhaps you have a little extra fat on your stomach or thighs; all you have to is pay around the same amount as above and you have what you are looking for. In my opinion, I believe most of the so called physical problems (the little extra fat, or the wrinkles or lines on your face) can be fixed without surgery.

 I truly do believe that in many of the situations that people get cosmetic surgery, there is a better alternative that just involves a little work and patience. Some examples could be people who are overweight. Now, I am not knocking people who have thyroid problems and it is impossible for them to lose the weight, that is a medical issue and in that case I would say cosmetic surgery (gastric bypass surgery) would be a definite for their health. What I am talking about here are the people who are slightly overweight and use liposuction to remove the fat. Diet and exercise work too, it just takes a little bit longer.
 
       Another example could be the facial cosmetic surgery movement. People see wrinkle and lines and decide I need surgery. How about that sagging skin on your neck; why don’t you get surgery? I will say this one more time; there are other ways to fix these ailments. For your wrinkles or lines, try a product with the ingredient Matrixyl in it. This ingredient works at a DNA level to kick start the processes in your skin that cause you face not to wrinkle. Sesaflash is another ingredient in anti-aging products that helps tighten and lift the skin, without giving you that tight feeling. So for your neck that is starting to get a little loose, any product with Sesaflash would work wonders and guess what, no painful recovery period. These ingredients will work just like any cosmetic surgery for anti-aging; they are just going to take a little bit longer to kick in.

Being female, I understand the pressure of wanting to look good.  A majority of us will do just about anything to be accepted, even if that requires going under the knife.  I just want the people who go straight for the cosmetic surgery route to take a second and think. There is always another option when you think there are none. Do your research and try your products, I am almost positive you will be pleasantly surprise.

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Ava Rae Green
Ava Rae Green

Ava Rae Green is an enthusiastic student of dermatology from New York State. She is very passionate about using fitness or product over plastic/cosmetic surgery. Her goal is to find ways to use all natural or organic ingredients in skin care products to solve the problems that people use plastic/cosmetic surgery for.

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