The vampire facelift procedure – whose proper name is platelet rich plasma or PRP for short – involves injecting the patient’s own blood back into them
1980s star Gary Numan has revealed the cosmetic surgery procedures he has had done.
Talking to the Daily Mail he said he had tiny scars left over from a facelift.
“They do a cut down here and it goes right under your ear,” he told them. “Once they’ve cut you they move the muscles back and reattach them.
“It’s amazing. I was getting a bit saggy and jowly – I cam again, come to think of it. I’ll have to have it redone.
Would you consider having cosmetic surgery to make your toes look better in shoes? An increasing number of people are having toe shortening surgery in order to increase the aesthetic appeal of their feet.
Although toe shortening surgery is performed to help people whose toes rub together uncomfortably or who find it difficult to find shoes that fit, many people are now going under the knife to make their feet look prettier.
TV presenter Holly Willoughby has admitted that she would consider anti-aging treatments in the future.
Mum-of-two Willoughby, 31, told Look magazine, “Never say never! One day, I imagine. I’d be lying if I said I wouldn’t.
“If you want to go and have a little something done to make yourself feel better, good for you. But there’s a limit. These things get addictive.”
According to some plastic surgeons, social media websites and new technology are causing some patients to seek out cosmetic surgery.
With the increasing popularity of video calling applications such as Skype and FaceTime, and social media websites such as YouTube and Facebook, some people have discovered they are unhappy with the way they are seen online. Many find that their photos and videos are not to their liking, particularly in the facial area, and are turning to the surgeon’s knife in order to look better.
Hollywood star Tom Cruise has insisted that his youthful good looks have had no help from cosmetic surgery – and has, in fact, claimed that he would never go under the knife.
The star, who turns 50 later this year, told Playboy magazine, “I haven’t [had plastic surgery] and I never would.”
When asked what the secret to his youthful looks were, he replied, “I honestly have no idea! I work; I’m always with family; I train, go without sleep. I just go hard.”
Cosmetic surgery is all the rage in Seoul, South Korea, with a whopping 20 percent of women between the ages of 19 and 49 admitting that they have been under the surgeon’s knife.
Figures released by the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) have shown that the most popular cosmetic surgery procedures for these young women are double eyelid surgery to reduce the excess skin around the upper eyelid and make the eyes look bigger, lipoplasty, and rhinoplasty (nose jobs).