Botox: Cosmetic surgery ‘can improve outlook on life’
Individuals contemplating having Botox injections could receive further encouragement to seek the treatment following comments from an industry professional.
Beauty expert Zara Rabinowicz suggested that seeking cosmetic procedures could improve overall wellbeing and renew a person’s self-confidence.
She claimed that individuals who address personal issues with an area of their body through the use of cosmetic surgery could improve their outlook on life.
Her comments emerge after a new survey published in More! Magazine revealed that the procedures were becoming increasingly popular among young British women.
The results highlighted that 72 per cent of the publication’s readers would like some kind of cosmetic surgery, with 49 per cent planning to go under the knife.
Questioning 1,000 people aged between 18 and 30, the survey showed that 61 per cent of women think the procedures should be more available for those with insecurities.
“It’s important that expectations are realistic … but if this is understood, a good surgery can lead to higher confidence levels and a healthy outlook on life,” Ms Rabinowicz added.