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Cosmetic Surgery: Making Over The Daily Mail

by | 19th, September 2008

“COSMETIC cowboys could cost you your life, women warned,” announces the Mail.

Men called Billy-Bob dressed in chaps and surgical masks are using “irresponsible adverts to seduce them [women] into having operations”.

Many procedures advertised – such as lunchtime facelifts and discount five-in-one operations – are at best ineffective and at worst dangerous, the experts say.

Are you getting your five in a day?

Speaking at the BAAPS annual conference, Mr McGeorge, a consultant plastic surgeon, said: “We are very concerned about the quality of adverts in some women’s magazines… Many of these adverts have been touched up and are encouraging false expectations of cosmetic surgery.”


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